In this research we will find the proof and evidence that in this verse Revelation 22 : 16 - "I Jesus have sent mine angel to testify unto you these things in the churches. I am the root and the offspring of David, and the bright and morning star" ..is it the same Jesus Christ will return or it will be His spirit manifested into another body who will come under the lineage of root and offspring of david.

391 DAYS = 391 YEARS

Revelation 9 : 15

And the four angels were loosed, which were prepared for an hour, and a day, and a month, and a year, for to slay the third part of men.

(..for to slay the third part of men" - This refering to population of Christian killed by the Turks in 1453 AD)

Note : an hour not calculated because there is no month included to the prophecy.

a day      = 1 day         =      1 year

a month = 30 days    =    30 years

a year     = 360 days  = 360 years

                         Total = 391 years

1453 + 391 = 1844 AD

The word "Hagia" in Greek means "Divine" and "Sophia" means "Wisdom". "Divine Wisdom" is one of the attributes of Jesus Christ and this church is devoted to his divine wisdom. The Church of Hagia Irene was another church which was also devoted to "peace" attribute of Jesus Christ. The church was first completed in 360 during the reign of Constantinus. It was called as "Megala Ekklessia", the Great Church.

This church was burnt in 404 during a revolt. A new church was built in the same place, by emperor Theodosius on Oct,405. It was also destroyed in a fire. The third and the last church was completed  in 537 by Emperor Justinian I. It was completed only in 5 years.

Emperor Justinian I was a very strong believer of Christianity and he wanted to use the church as a means for enlarging the scope of Christianity. This church served as the heart of the empire, all coronation and major baptism ceremonies took place here.

When Turks conquered Istanbul in 1453, the first thing Mehmed "the Conqueror" did was to order the conversion of the church into a mosque.

Because Prophet Mohammad had said that the army who conquered Istanbul would have Allah's Grace. From then on, the Church served as a great mosque, with four minarets added in different periods.

The mosaics on the walls were covered with plaster because they were forbidden in Islam. Actually this helped the preservation of the mosaics and frescoes.

The mosque was carpeted and the pulpit was put on the southern part of the church.

Hagia Sophia served as a mosque until Mustafa Kemal Ataturk ordered the conversion of the mosque into a museum. He believed that it was a world heritage and people could come and see it.

Therefore, in 1929, the plasters started to be removed and in 1940s, it was reopened as a museum.

A modern view of the house of Rida Big, the residence of Bahá’u’lláh in Adrianople for one year.

The Mosque of Sultan Salim (Hagia Sophia) is in the background.

At the end of April 1863, shortly before leaving the environs of Baghdad for Istanbul (known as Constantinople in the English language of the time), Bahá’u’lláh and His companions resided for twelve days in a garden which He named Ridván, meaning “Paradise”. There, on the banks of the River Tigris, Bahá’u’lláh declared Himself to be the One heralded by the Báb—God’s Messenger to the age of humanity’s collective maturity, foretold in all the world's scriptures.

Three months after departing Baghdad, Bahá’u’lláh and His fellow exiles reached Constantinople. They remained there for just four months before a further banishment took them to Edirne (Adrianople), a gruelling journey undertaken during the coldest of winters. In Adrianople, their accommodation failed to protect them from the bitter temperatures.

Bahá’u’lláh referred to Adrianople as the “remote prison.”