A prophecy recorded in Hagai 2:7-9 reveals a synoptic view of the end times related to the "Latter House" of God, the body of Christ. This prophecy reveals that the overcoming saints of the body of Christ a.k.a. the "wise virgins" and the "144,000" in the Lord's prophecy recorded in Matthew 24 and 25 will overcome all of the assaults of the beast kingdom during the 4th-6th seals identified as "tribulation." These, then, will be sealed (fully redeemed) immediately prior to the opening of the 7th seal of "great tribulation." And it it these fully redeemed saints in their resurrection bodies, the "firstfruits" of those who will resurrected at the "last day," led by Michael, the archangel of the covenant, who will bring in the multitude from every nation, tribe, and tongue in the face of the worst Satan can do through his beast kingdom.
The question believers are asking today is the same question His own disciples asked Him: “Tell us, when will these things happen, and what will be the sign of Your coming, and of the end of the age?” Yet, the vast majority of Christian believers have accepted doctrines of things to come based on various proof texts out of context with no connection whatsoever to the biblical timelines given to us by God in scripture. The revelatory truth, though, is both empowering and faith-building for those who receive it.
The most important truth we need to have is the absolute, immutable, revelatory (rhema) truth concerning God’s covenant relationship with an elect remnant of mankind in Christ. And the most dangerous lies we may believe are those lies that deny this truth.
I find it both strange and disturbing that those who propose a pre-tribulation “rapture” of the church are ignoring the Lord’s very clear prophetic response to His disciples’ question, “When will these things happen, and what will be the signs of your coming and of the end of the age? ” This is the same question we are asking today, and any search for the truth should begin with an examination of the answer He gave to His immediate disciples who wrote it down for His future disciples who would experience these events. Any understanding of end time prophecy that is in disagreement with the Lord’s own answer is then, a false prophecy.
The author confronted this group and their "Christian" supporters in a public meeting in San Angelo, Texas, and was shocked to realize how many "Christians" were completely unaware of the fact that the rebuilding of the temple is an antichrist denial that the Messiah has already come. Those who support this ministry, then, are supporting the antichrist "man of sin" and his future claim to be THE "Messiah" come to rule the world with an iron rod.
A chronological teaching outline of the book of Revelation with appropriate notes.
Revelation chapters 2 and 3 record a letter given to John for seven distinct churches in his day. The commendations and rebukes literally applied to those seven churches, but what is demonstrated is that this is also the Lord's letter to these same types of the church during the 4th - 7th seals of "Tribulation" and "Great Tribulation." Therefore, it is even more important for the end time church to read, head, and obey than it was for those seven churches in John's day. The understanding given to us by the Spirit of truth, and our response to the Lord's instructions is even more critical for believers today than it was in John's day.
The appointed times and feasts of the Lord demonstrates the prophetic order and fulfillment of the seven primary events of redemption in Christ.