the-quizHere ya go Saints!

Answers to some of Christendom’s most needed questions.

For the record, some of these Questions and Answers have been hidden for nearly 2,600 years.  And now… they are YOURS!

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Q1) When did the 1st ½ of Christ’s Covenant take place?

A1) The 1st ½ of Christ’s Covenant took place during Jesus’ 3½ years of ministry beginning with Jesus declaring in Luke 4:21, He (Jesus) began by saying to them, “Today this scripture is fulfilled in your hearing.”  The 1st ½ of Christ’s Covenant included Jesus’ ministry, crucifixion, resurrection and ascension.


Q2) When will the 2nd ½ of Christ’s Covenant take place?

A2) The 2nd ½ of Christ’s Covenant will begin with the Abomination of Desolation being set up in the Most Holy Place in the Jewish Temple on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.  The 2nd ½ of Christ’s Covenant will last 3½ years.


Q3) Another name for: The Day of Vengeance of our God is?

A3) The Great Consummation; the 2nd ½ of Christ’s Covenant and the misnomer: The Great Tribulation.


Q4) The Acceptable Year of the Lord is also known as?

A4) Jesus’ 3½ years of ministry beginning with Christ’s reading of Isaiah 61:1-2a and ending with Christ’s ascension into the clouds.


Q5) What begins when the sun, moon and stars are darkened?

A5) The Resurrection and Rapture of the Saints followed by the Day of the Lord and Wrath of God beginning.


Q6) What will come as a thief in the night?

A6) Christ’s return and The Day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night (1 Thessalonians 5:1-9; 2 Peter 3:8-13; Revelation 16:14-21)


Q7) What does “The Day of the Lord” represent?

A7) The Second Coming of Christ; God’s Wrath (see chapter 13 of This Side of the Whirlwind beginning with the chart on page 252 and continuing thru to page 259) and the Millennial-Reign.  (Isaiah 13:6-13; Zephaniah 1:14-18; 1 Thessalonians 4:13-5:9; 2 Peter 3:8-13)


Q8) When does God’s Wrath take place?

A8) Immediately after the 2½ years of the Great Tribulation of the Great Consummation after Christ has returned.  God’s Wrath will span one year.


Q9) Who is the Restrainer or He Who Lets?

A9) Jesus Christ, the Son of God, the light of the world is the Restrainer. (John 9:4-5; 2 Thessalonians 2:1-8) (Also see pages 216-218 of “This Side of the Whirlwind,” in the section titled, “He Who Lets”)


Q10) Does the Rapture begin on, before or after the Day of the Lord?

A10) The Rapture begins on the Day of the Lord but before the Wrath of God begins. (Matthew 24:27-31; Luke 21:25-28; Revelation 6:12-17 or read chapter 17 of “This Side of the Whirlwind, The Coming Apocalypse”).


Q11) Is there a 2nd & 3rd Coming of Christ Jesus?

A11) There is a third coming of Jesus commonly referred to as the 2nd Advent when Jesus returns “WITH” the Body of Christ over Jerusalem to complete the second half of Christ’s Covenant.  See page 177 of “This Side of the Whirlwind” in the section titled, “The Second Advent.”


Q12) What constitutes “The Mark of the Beast?”

A12) The Mark of the Beast will be a biologically embeddable implant containing near-field communication or similar technologies.  The tech will provide a variety of personal functions, including but not limited to mobile banking, individual identification and access to all personal financial and medical information. Though the Mark may openly offer consumers a variety of worthwhile applications however its primary function will be to covertly provide governments with a severe level of control over all individuals and their finances. Those who do not possess the Mark will be ruthlessly limited in their ability to manage finances of any kind.

Businesses will require every employee to possess the Mark so they may meet government requisites, such as taxation and payroll.

All banking will require customers to have the new technology for bank accounts and processing of all checks and credit and debit cards.

The “Mark” will be necessary to purchase anything, including but not limited to mortgages or food/health products.

Read: the Mark (taken from the book, “This Side of the Whirlwind, The Coming Apocalypse” chapter 13, subsection ‘The Mark of the Beast’ and Revelation 13:11-18)


Q13) When will The Mark of the Beast be released?

A13) The Mark of the Beast is currently in production and distribution; leastwise, technology comparable to the Mark.


Q14) According to Daniel 9:27: He (the Messiah, Jesus) will confirm a covenant with many for how many years?

A14) Seven years.


Q15) To whom does the pronoun “He” in Daniel 9:27 represent?

A15) The word He in Daniel 9:27 is speaking of Jesus, Israel’s Messiah and Christianity’s Savior.


Q16) The 70 Weeks of Daniel are divided into how many segments?

A16) The term seventy weeks in Daniel 9:24 refer to the seventy segments of seven years each. The Hebrew word for seventy simply means the number seventy. On the other hand, the word weeks represents an exponential concept meaning “sevened.”[1] The term sevened relates to multiplying the object in question (or in this case, the number) by seven. Based on the definition of the Hebrew word shabuwa, the writer used the term “week” rather than “sevened.” With this in mind, the prophecy’s segments—seven segments, sixty-two segments, and one segment—are each multiplied by seven years per segment. Using this paradigm, seventy weeks represents seventy segments multiplied by seven years per segment, equaling 490 years. According to the prophecy’s guidelines in verse 27, the one-week segment (or period of seven years) is divided into two equal parts, resulting in two three-and-a-half-year segments. This concept is more fully developed in the book, “This Side of the Whirlwind, The Coming Apocalypse” chapter 6, subsection “The Segments of Daniel’s Prophecy” beginning page 59, or Daniel 9:24-27)


Q17) From Daniel 9:24: How many edicts has Christ completed thus far?

A17) Four edicts.  The first four edicts were fulfilled during the first three and a half years of the seventieth week of the Seventy Weeks of Daniel (Daniel 9:24-27).


Q18) What is a Split Verse?

A18) Split-Versing reveals the divinely intended division within one verse or section of scripture as it applies to two or more prophetic periods of time.  (For a more thorough answer see “This Side of the Whirlwind, The Coming Apocalypse,” chapter 7, subsection “The Theory of Split Versing,” page 72)


Q19) Jesus returns “For” or “With” the saints of God at the 2nd Advent?

A19) Jesus returns with the Saints of God at the Second Advent which will take place at the end of the Great Consummation which coincides with the end of the Time of the Gentiles (Romans 11:25–29; Jude 1:14-15).

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Q20) Jesus returns “For” or “With” the saints at the 2nd Coming?

A20) Jesus will return “FOR” the Saints in the skies above the earth just before the Marriage Supper of the Lamb at the beginning of the Day of the Lord.  References: The books of 1 Corinthians 15:50-53 and 1 Thessalonians 4:13 thru 5:9 and Matthew 24:27-31 and Revelation 19:6-9.


Q21) The #GreatConsummation will last how many years?

A21) 3½ years.


Q22) The fulfillment of Jacob’s Trouble began with what 20th century event?

A22)  Several years before The Holocaust of WWII (See, “This Side of the Whirlwind, The Coming Apocalypse,” chapter 12, subsection “Scripturally Supportable Doctrine 7” page 193).


Q23) T or F: The Great Tribulation or Tribulation Period is God’s Wrath?

A23) False!

The Tribulation Period produces a crucible or time of separation by which God causes True-Christians to be separated from Pseudo-Christians before the Second Coming of Jesus Christ also known as the Rapture.  (See, “This Side of the Whirlwind, The Coming Apocalypse,” chapter 14, “The Great Tribulation Verses the Wrath of God”)


Q24) What is the primary difference between the Great Tribulation Rapture doctrines and the Great Consummation message?

A24) The Great Tribulation is a seven year period of judgment for judgment sake alone.

The Great Consummation is a 3½ year period designed to finish the Second Half of Christ’s Covenant with humanity.

Jesus’ ministry constituted the first 3½ years of Christ’s Covenant.  The Great Consummation is the second 3½ years of Christ’s Covenant which includes the Great Tribulation 2½ years and the Wrath of God spanning 1 year (See, “This Side of the Whirlwind, The Coming Apocalypse,” chapter 1, subsection “Renaming the Great Tribulation”).


Q25) What is the meaning behind the title of the book, “This Side of the Whirlwind, The Coming Apocalypse”?

A25) The title, “This Side of the Whirlwind, The Coming Apocalypse” represents a warning for the Saints of God; a warning, presenting new and pertinent revelations recently released for this generation of God’s people while they are still on This Side of the Whirlwind or this side of God’s Wrath.


Q26) Put events in the order they will take place: Wrath of God; 2nd Advent; Rapture; Tribulation Period; Armageddon; Resurrection; 2nd Coming of Christ; Abomination of Desolation.

A26) The Great Consummation begins with:

  1. the Abomination of Desolation placed in the Most Holy Place
  2. then the Tribulation Period or Great Tribulation spanning 2½ years
  3. followed immediately by Christ’s Second Coming
  4. prompting the Resurrection of the dead in Christ
  5. and then the Rapture of those Christians alive and still on the earth
  6. then immediately after the Tribulation Period the Wrath of God begins
  7. triggering the Battle of Armageddon
  8. which brings Jesus for the 2nd Advent with the Angels and Saints of God


[1] The definition used for the word weeks, as found in Daniel 9:24 is numerically located in the Hebrew and Chaldean sections of the dictionary under the alphanumeric H7620, meaning to be sevened [ASECB].