According to the apostle Paul, when God wants to emphasize something of import, He repeats the phrase two or more times. Based on this principle, the more God wants to establish a specific point or piece of information, the more frequently scripture repeats a given message.
“This is the third time I am coming to you. In the mouth of two or three witnesses shall every word be established” (2 Corinthians 13:1 KJV).
The Day of the Lord chart reveals the End Times related sections of scripture and the connectivity which exists throughout much of God’s Word on these given issues.
Examples on how to appropriately examine this chart:
1) The Bible contains fifteen references on the chart to number 15 “Destruction from the Lord,” which coincides with ten occurrences of number 13 “The sun, moon and stars being darkened,” and eleven occurrences that also coincide with 14: “Day of the Lord, Day of Christ mentioned.” There are also seven sections of scripture that share both elements 13 and 14 collectively. Based on the repetition of these scriptural footprints, scripture conclusively indicates the following: on the Day of the Lord, following a cosmic event in which the sun, moon, and stars are darkened, a time of great destruction from God will take place.
2) Of the sixteen references to 13 and the eight references to 14, each coincides with number 16, great death, on no less than six occasions. Based on the repetition of these scriptural footprints, scripture conclusively indicates the following: on the Day of the Lord, following a cosmic event in which the sun, moon, and stars will be darkened, a period of significant death will take place.
3) Of the six references to 40, there are five references to 13 which takes place; three of these instances coincided with 14, and three of these instances contained both 13 and 14. Based on the repetition of these scriptural footprints, scripture conclusively indicates the following: the Wrath of God will begin during the Day of the Lord when the sun, moon, and stars have been darkened. Should this be added to the seventeen references of 10 with eight coinciding with 13 and seven with 14, the Wrath of God will also take place during the Latter Days!
Before going any further, remember, the Great Tribulation theory has been proven fraudulent. There is no Biblical support for the Great Tribulation concept, Pre-Tribulation Rapture theory, A-Millennialism, Preterism or any of the myriad doctrines which are missing volumes of information. Okay, back to the post!
Consider how there is a limited number of sections within God’s Word that relate specifically to the End Times. When 26 out of 37 of these sections contain nearly identical expressions cross-connecting the events then there is an excellent provability each of these sections is referring to the same timeline and events. In fact, it is so obvious it almost seems silly to have to suggest in this post.
The chart above was given by the Lord and required nearly three years to research and validate. This one chart provides significant evidence the message within “This Side of the Whirlwind” will not be false. If that was not enough, there were two prophecies given within ten days of one another which also support the message with “This Side of the Whirlwind.”
While in the Phoenix area in 2006 I received this Word of Knowledge: The Lord said, “Habakkuk 2:3 in the NIV.”
Seven to ten days later I received from a longtime friend the following Word of Knowledge: She said to me, “Steve, the Lord gave me a Word for you this morning.” Joni then turned in her NIV Bible and read Habakkuk 2:2-3.