The Great Tribulation (Revelation 7:14) is a period of great suffering and distress which will occur in conjunction with the Second Coming. It is often seen as a fulfillment of the Old Testament prophecy of Daniel 9:24-27
After the rapture, the great tribulation will start. This time of great tribulation is the worst time in the history. There will be rapture soon which means that Jesus is coming soon and take His brides. That means the world will encounter the horrible things we could imagine.
The Holy Spirit leaves the earth. And demons come to earth. There are so many killings going on all around the world. Many people have had visions and dreams about the great tribulation.
Brother Kelvin Mireku has been seeing the vision of the Great Tribulation. He said that he was in 3 days in Great Tribulation through his vision. He couldn’t get out of the house due to horrible fear. God’s judgment is coming soon which are earthquake, asteroid and tsunami. Millions of people will die at that time. At that time, there will be great revival around the world. Shortly after that, Jesus is coming for the rapture of the church. And then, the great tribulation will start. This earth will be worst place to live. We don’t have much time left! Today is the day of repent! Repent your sins and surrender all to Jesus!
Brother Elvi Zapata shared the testimony from Brother Ron in the beginning. Brother Elvi shared his testimony of vision during the great tribulation that he saw werewolves attacked human. He also emphasize pretribulation rapture. He also asked us to pray for Israel. Soon later, there will be war in Israel. God will protect Israel. Pray for Jewish people who need the Messiah Jesus as their Savior.
Brother Elvi Zapata has had many visions of the Great Tribulation. He has seen many horrible scenes. He saw many demons and werewolves attack human. Brother Elvi Zapata is sharing a testimony of young man who had RFID Chip. We should not get this RFID Chips. RFID chips are the mark of the beast.
Jesus is coming very soon for the rapture of the church!
And to present her to himself as a radiant church, without stain or wrinkle or any other blemish, but holy and blameless. Ephesians 5:27
You garment is without stain or wrinkle or any other blemish? Are you holy and blameless? Repent! Repent means washing your garment in the spiritual realms. Repent frequently and repent whenever you sins! Keep your body holy! You can be holy when Holy Jesus is with you! So surrender all to Jesus! Love Jesus with all your heart!
Brother Kelvin Mireku has seen the vision during the great tribulation. It is the worst time ever we could imagine! The demons will torture and kill many humans. The time will come so quickly! This is the time to prepare! Please repent every minutes and surrender all to Jesus! Jesus is the only one who rescue you before the tribulation. Jesus is the only answer to escape from the great tribulation. If you are left behind, please do not take the mark of the beast! Pray for your families and friends who are not ready!
Brother Aaron Rosato saw a vision/dream that the Nephilim are spreading the disease. Sister Stephanie Rosato had similar dream a few years ago. Jesus is coming back soon. After the rapture of the church, this world will be ruled by demons. This is time to wake up! It is time to repent your sins and surrender all to Jesus!
Brother Elvi Zapata saw that Jesus was so sad because people sin. Jesus said to Brother Elvi that those people who sin will not get raptured. We have to repent! Repent frequently. Repent with fasting. He saw the tribulation is coming. We don’t have much time left before our Lord is coming.
Sister Sally had a dream about Christian persecution. She saw group of people who came to the worship service in the church. Church people become martyred. You have to refuse the RFID chips or the mark of the beast if you are left behind. She saw the vision of the opening veil and demon appeared as human form. She had a dream of earthquake and tsunami in Mexico. She said the time is over. That means that the rapture will be anytime. We have to live in the holy life.
What is the Great Tribulation?”
The Tribulation is a future time period when the Lord will accomplish at least two aspects of His plan: 1) He will complete His discipline of the nation Israel (Daniel 9:24), and 2) He will judge the unbelieving, godless inhabitants of the earth (Revelation 6 – 18). The length of the Tribulation is seven years. This is determined by an understanding of the seventy weeks of Daniel (Daniel 9:24-27; also see the article on the Tribulation). The Great Tribulation is the last half of the Tribulation period, three and one-half years in length. It is distinguished from the Tribulation period because the Beast, or Antichrist, will be revealed, and the wrath of God will greatly intensify during this time. Thus, it is important at this point to emphasize that the Tribulation and the Great Tribulation are not synonymous terms. Within eschatology (the study of future things), the Tribulation refers to the full seven-year period while the “Great Tribulation” refers to the second half of the Tribulation.
It is Christ Himself who used the phrase “Great Tribulation” with reference to the last half of the Tribulation. In Matthew 24:21, Jesus says, “For then there will be a great tribulation, such as has not occurred since the beginning of the world until now, nor ever shall.” In this verse Jesus is referring to the event of Matthew 24:15, which describes the revealing of the abomination of desolation, the man also known as the Antichrist. Also, Jesus in Matthew 24:29-30 states, “Immediately after the tribulation of those days . . . the Son of Man will appear in the sky, and then all the tribes of the earth will mourn, and they will see the Son of Man coming on the clouds of the sky with power and great glory.” In this passage, Jesus defines the Great Tribulation (v.21) as beginning with the revealing of the abomination of desolation (v.15) and ending with Christ’s second coming (v.30).
Other passages that refer to the Great Tribulation are Daniel 12:1b, which says, “And there will be a time of distress such as never occurred since there was a nation until that time.” It seems that Jesus was quoting this verse when He spoke the words recorded in Matthew 24:21. Also referring to the Great Tribulation is Jeremiah 30:7, “Alas! for that day is great, There is none like it; And it is the time of Jacob’s distress, But he will be saved from it.” The phrase “Jacob’s distress” refers to the nation of Israel, which will experience persecution and natural disasters such as have never before been seen.
Considering the information Christ gave us in Matthew 24:15-30, it is easy to conclude that the beginning of the Great Tribulation has much to do with the abomination of desolation, an action of the Antichrist. In Daniel 9:26-27, we find that this man will make a “covenant” (a peace pact) with the world for seven years (one “week”; again, see the article on the Tribulation). Halfway through the seven-year period—”in the middle of the week”—we are told this man will break the covenant he made, stopping sacrifice and grain offering, which specifically refers to his actions in the rebuilt temple of the future. Revelation 13:1-10 gives even more detail concerning the Beast’s actions, and just as important, it also verifies the length of time he will be in power. Revelation 13:5 says he will be in power for 42 months, which is three and one-half years, the length of the Great Tribulation.
Revelation offers us the most information about the Great Tribulation. From Revelation 13 when the Beast is revealed until Christ returns inRevelation 19, we are given a picture of God’s wrath on the earth because of unbelief and rebellion (Revelation 16-18). It is also a picture of how God disciplines and at the same time protects His people Israel (Revelation 14:1-5) until He keeps His promise to Israel by establishing an earthly kingdom (Revelation 20:4-6).
What is the Tribulation? How do we know the Tribulation will last seven years?
The tribulation is a future seven-year period of time when God will finish His discipline of Israel and finalize His judgment of the unbelieving world. The church, made up of all who have trusted in the person and work of the Lord Jesus to save them from being punished for sin, will not be present during the tribulation. The church will be removed from the earth in an event known as the rapture (1 Thessalonians 4:13-18;1 Corinthians 15:51-53). The church is saved from the wrath to come (1 Thessalonians 5:9). Throughout Scripture, the tribulation is referred to by other names such as the Day of the Lord (Isaiah 2:12;13:6-9;Joel 1:15;2:1-31;3:14;1 Thessalonians 5:2); trouble or tribulation (Deuteronomy 4:30;Zephaniah 1:1); the great tribulation, which refers to the more intense second half of the seven-year period (Matthew 24:21); time or day of trouble (Daniel 12:1;Zephaniah 1:15); time of Jacob’s trouble (Jeremiah 30:7).
An understanding ofDaniel 9:24-27is necessary in order to understand the purpose and time of the tribulation. This passage speaks of 70 weeks that have been declared against “your people.” Daniel’s people are the Jews, the nation of Israel, andDaniel 9:24speaks of a period of time that God has given “to finish transgression, to put an end to sin, to atone for wickedness, to bring in everlasting righteousness, to seal up vision and prophecy and to anoint the most holy.” God declares that “seventy sevens” will fulfill all these things. This is 70 sevens of years, or 490 years. (Some translations refer to 70 weeks of years.) This is confirmed by another part of this passage in Daniel. In verses 25 and 26, Daniel is told that the Messiah will be cut off after “seven sevens and sixty-two sevens” (69 total), beginning with the decree to rebuild Jerusalem. In other words, 69 sevens of years (483 years) after the decree to rebuild Jerusalem, the Messiah will be cut off. Biblical historians confirm that 483 years passed from the time of the decree to rebuild Jerusalem to the time when Jesus was crucified. Most Christian scholars, regardless of their view of eschatology (future things/events), have the above understanding of Daniel’s 70 sevens.
With 483 years having passed from the decree to rebuild Jerusalem to the cutting off of the Messiah, this leaves one seven-year period to be fulfilled in terms ofDaniel 9:24: “to finish transgression, to put an end to sin, to atone for wickedness, to bring in everlasting righteousness, to seal up vision and prophecy and to anoint the most holy.” This final seven-year period is known as the tribulation period—it is a time when God finishes judging Israel for its sin.
Daniel 9:27gives a few highlights of the seven-year tribulation period: “He will confirm a covenant with many for one ‘seven.’ In the middle of the ‘seven’ he will put an end to sacrifice and offering. And on a wing of the temple he will set up an abomination that causes desolation, until the end that is decreed is poured out on him.” The person of whom this verse speaks is the person Jesus calls the “abomination that causes desolation” (Matthew 24:15) and is called “the beast” inRevelation 13.Daniel 9:27says that the beast will make a covenant for seven years, but in the middle of this week (3 1/2 years into the tribulation), he will break the covenant, putting a stop to sacrifice.Revelation 13explains that the beast will place an image of himself in the temple and require the world to worship him.Revelation 13:5says that this will go on for 42 months, which is 3 1/2 years. SinceDaniel 9:27says that this will happen in the middle of the week, andRevelation 13:5says that the beast will do this for a period of 42 months, it is easy to see that the total length of time is 84 months or seven years. Also seeDaniel 7:25, where the “time, times, and half a time” (time=1 year; times=2 years; half a time=1/2 year; total of 3 1/2 years) also refers to “great tribulation,” the last half of the seven-year tribulation period when the beast will be in power.
For further references about the tribulation, seeRevelation 11:2-3, which speaks of 1260 days and 42 months, andDaniel 12:11-12, which speaks of 1290 days and 1335 days. These days have a reference to the midpoint of the tribulation. The additional days inDaniel 12may include the time at the end for the judgment of the nations (Matthew 25:31-46) and time for the setting up of Christ’s millennial kingdom (Revelation 20:4-6).
In summary, the Tribulation is the 7-year time period in the end times in which humanity’s decadence and depravity will reach its fullness, with God judging accordingly.