There are seven churches which Jesus’ testimony addresses within the premise parts of Revelation. There are seven central cultures forming the fruits which create the forest of the central belief system of the Church. Revelation is a book written to illustrate the generation of the last era; Armageddon, or the philosophy of our second judgement. Are these seven churches addressed in chapter two and three in the Book of Revelation the outline of the entire culture for Jesus’ church during the last days? Much as you would see a seed (Jesus’ live) die and then multiply a 100 times (His Apostles, and then follower of believers; the disciples) to create one forest you must see faith grow and produce fruits which grow within the proper soil, spiritual water, and within the proper environment of sunlight (in this case spiritual light is used as a metaphor to sunlight).
The Force of Nature is this process in real life and in real time. Much as you see philosophies mature into knowledge and then technology over an era of time and generations. So, you can read the synergy within the spiritual realms of what transpire to give humans eternal life. Upon the consequences of the original sin, we see our creator reaction to curse humans (as well as all life form here on Earth) with the outcome of death. This process is then outshined through the testimony, death & resurrection of our Savior and Messiah, Jesus Christ. The Force of Nature gives a single interpretation of this concept. Much like as a family of fruits or plants (such as the citrus family or melon family) the original seven churches reflected with the premise of the Book of Revelation outlines characteristics of our present era and social culture. What you read is an illustration of what to expect as well as who we are as a people. Through understanding the fate of these churches, we can see God’s heart towards His nation of Iseral. Curiosity towards the revealing of God’s heart is the key to receiving longevity, happiness and peace.