The bowls of wrath take place after the Great Tribulation and the rapture. They are different from the trumpets. Here are some differences: the trumpets affect one-third of the earth, and the bowls
The rapture has happened. As a prelude to the judgments, there is worship in heaven. We see people who are said to have victory over the beast, the Antichrist, with musical instruments, standing
John sees Jesus, the Lamb, with the 144,000 sealed Jews. Then John sees three angels and hears their proclamations.
The first is proclaiming the everlasting Gospel all over the earth, fulfilling
In chapter 13, we are continuing to go over the Great Tribulation in more detail. In verse 4 it says, “they worshipped the dragon (Satan from chapter 12) who gave authority to the beast from the sea
Chapter 12 is another description of the Great Tribulation, a prophecy that folds over another prophecy in order to bring in more detail. Revelation is not chronologically written, or we would be
Again, we are getting detail on the Great Tribulation, the last half of the Jews’ seven years. This prophecy is given in between the first two woes and the coming third woe, which we see in verse