Chronology of Revelation 3
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Excerpts from “This Side of the Whirlwind, The Coming Apocalypse” chapter 19, pages 345-348.
Revelation Chapter Six
Opening the First Five Seals
The little book fastened with seven seals found in Revelation 5 is opened and is likely the same little book Daniel was required to close up and seal until the time of the end. John is also instructed to close up and seal the book in Revelation 10, concealing what the seven thunders uttered regarding elements relating to the Great Consummation and the Time of the Gentiles. Revelation 6:1–11 opens and unveils the first five seals from the little book.
Based on a correlation between Matthew 24, Mark 13, Luke 21, and Revelation 6, it is reasonable to conclude the opening of the first five seals coincides with elements within the time frame known as the Beginning of Sorrows. The Beginning of Sorrows is a precursor to the Great Consummation. The opening of the seals in chapter 6 parallels many of the events covered in the respective chapters listed here of the first three gospels. The fulfillment of these correlated events will take place before the Rapture and before the beginning of the Day of the Lord, which follows the Rapture. See the Seven Seals Correlation Table near the end of chapter 13 (This Side of the Whirlwind, The Coming Apocalypse).
Another demarcation within the time line of the Great Consummation is covered in Revelation 6:9–11. In these verses, when the fifth seal of the little book has been opened, the saints who wait under the altar petition God the Father to begin the Rapture. Only after the Rapture has taken place can the saints move toward the Marriage Supper of the Lamband their eternal and promised reward. At that time, the saints are instructed to wait just a little longer until their fellow martyrs and servants of the Lord have entered into their final reward with Christ. The event takes place before the Day of the Lord, which marks the Rapture. The Rapture is the sixth seal, taking place approximately two and a half years after the Great Consummation begins.
Opening the Sixth Seal!
The Sixth Seal marks the Rapture and begins the Day of the Lord. According to scripture, the Day of the Lord is the year of vengeance (Jeremiah 11:23, the year of punishment; Luke 21:22). The Day of the Lord will also come as a thief in the night, followed by the sun, moon, and stars being darkened. Once the Day of the Lord has begun, the Wrath of God will also commence and span approximately one year.
According to the parable of the fig tree and the fifth edict in the Seventy Weeks of Daniel prophecy, every vision and prophecy related to the End Times must be fulfilled before the generation of the Latter Days can pass away. The parable of the fig tree and the Seventy Weeks of Daniel prophecy are linked with the time span determined in Psalm 90:10, establishing a person’s life span, at eighty years or less. According to the prophecy within the parable of the fig tree, the Latter Days generation cannot die before every prophecy and vision related to the Latter Days has come to its complete and full conclusion. The first five seals are ordained to take place before and during the Great Consummation. The Great Consummation will span the final three and a half years of the Time of the Gentiles, which will come to its conclusion just prior to or in conjunction with the Battle of Armageddon. The Abomination of Desolation will be placed in the Most Holy Place thirty days before the Great Consummation begins. The Abomination of Desolation is an image of the Beast, which stands where it ought not to stand in or near the Most Holy Place in the temple. The sixth seal will be opened approximately two and a half years after the Great Consummation begins, leaving roughly one year until the Battle of Armageddon is in full swing and one year for the Wrath of God to fulfill its purposes. Revelation 6 commences a short time before the Great Consummation begins and comes to its conclusion at the Rapture of the saints of God. In chapter 7, immediately after the Rapture, the 144,000 Elect will be sealed with the name of the Living God to be imprinted in the Elect’s foreheads.
Revelation Chapter 7
Revelation 7:1–4 takes place on or immediately after the beginning of the Day of the Lord. During the first four verses, the Lord instructs the angelic host to abstain from harming the earth, the sea, or the trees until the 144,000 Elect have received their seal of God on their foreheads. In subsequent verses and chapters, God commands the angelic host to rain down wrath and destruction on the earth and all its inhabitants.
The sealing of the 144,000 Elect takes place immediately before the Wrath of God begins. The 144,000 Elect are here to serve the Lord and the people of Israel by delivering the gospel message before the blinding in part has been lifted. The Lord places Israel under an umbrella of protectionuntil His wrath is complete. It is not clear how long it will take to seal the 144,000 Elect, but it does not appear to be a lengthy process.
The Body of Christ will be with the Lord in the heavenly realm for the Marriage Supper of the Lamb when the 144,000 Elect are sealed.
The 144,000 Elect consist of 12,000 individuals from each of the twelve tribes of Israel. Individuals from the tribe of Manassas will replace those from the tribe of Dan. Genesis 49:16–18 suggests the tribe of Dan was not well received because of past indiscretions, including rebellion and idolatry. Similarly, Joseph’s son Ephraim was found to be rebellious and therefore rejected as one of the elect.
The twelve tribes representing Israel during the Latter Days will be Reuben, Simeon, Levi, Judah, Zebulon, Issachar, Manassas, Gad, Aser, Nepthalim, Joseph, and Benjamin.
Immediately after the Day of the Lord begins, a great multitude of nations, kindred, peoples, and tongues will stand before the Lord, each clothed in white robes of righteousness. The robes of righteousness will be given to these chosen people because they will have washed their robes in the blood of the Lamb (Revelation 7:14). The celebration for the martyrs and saints of God represents those who have come out of great tribulation and are going to the Marriage Supper of the Lamb. The Marriage Supper of the Lamb will take place in the heavens while preparations are underway here on earth for the Battle of Armageddon (Revelation 19:11–21).
The events in chapter 7 begin immediately after the Rapture has taken place when the Day of the Lord has begun. The Day of the Lord begins approximately two and a half years into the Great Consummation and initiates the Wrath of God. Once this infamous day has begun and the angels are set to holding the four winds, another group of angels begins sealing the 144,000 Elect with the name of God on their foreheads. These events, coupled with the Rapture of the saints, begin the Wrath of God, also called the Day of the Lord. Events within chapter 7 will take place between the Rapture and the beginning of the trumpets of judgment.
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It is good to know how this timeline applies to our lives.
- We Know Israel became a nation again after 1873 years in exile.
- We Know, based on several prophecies, that Israel’s reemergence as a nation had to take place during the Latter Days.
- We Know from prophecy that the Parable of the Fig Tree begins its fulfillment when Israel is restored as a nation on the lands of its forefathers. A message found in three of the four gospels.
- We Know the Beast will be identified approximately 30 days before the Great Consummation begins.
- And We Know the Wrath of God will not begin until after the Tribulation Period of those days has been completed.
- How do we know these things.
Sounds like you need a copy of “This Side of the Whirlwind, The Coming Apocalypse.”
Bear in mind, I did not know much of this information before 2006 when the Lord began to impart these revelations which had been hidden since the time of the Prophet Daniel. Why did He given them to me to write? No idea!
These are mysteries hidden from the world and the Body of Christ until the time of the End. Only then were they to be released, and they have been. God is faithful.
Well, guess WHAT!
It is the Time of the END!
And we better get ready.
(((Silliness begins here)))
(Spooky maniacal laugh resounds through the forest!)
Wait, we are not in a forest!
That is where the maniacal comes in… Ha, ha, ha, hahaahahahahahahha!
Screech ——- crash! Ooops, plop!
 Daniel 12:5–11.
 The saints are waiting in paradise.
 Revelation 19:7–8, “For the marriage of the Lamb is come and his wife has made herself ready.”
 Revelation 7:17, “… these are they which came out of great tribulation …”
 1 Thessalonians 5:2 and 2 Peter 3:10, “But the Day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night …”
 Isaiah 13:6–16, 61:2; Luke 21:22; and Jeremiah 23:12, 48:44, “… the year of their visitation, saith the LORD.”
 Read: The parable of the fig tree, Matthew 24:32–35, Mark 13:28–31, and Luke 21:29–33.
 Daniel 12:9–11, “1260 Days for the Great Consummation; 1290 days for the Mark of the Beast” (30 extra days).
 Mark 13:14.
 Romans 11:25–29.
 Isaiah 26:20–21, Zechariah 12:10, and Revelation 12:13–17.