Moses was given six visions while on Mt. Sinai concerning the past history of Earth and the universe. The Fourth Day was from Creation Week. The fifth day was from Restoration Week One. The sixth day was from Restoration Week Two. Day seven represented the time period that began with Restoration Week Three, and the first day was from Restoration Week Four. Each of the previous eras ended with an extinction. This present era began with Restoration Week Five, represented by the second day shown to Moses, which will not end by extinction, but will end with Judgment.
The last 1,014 years of this era will go down like the following. During the last 3½ years of tribulation on Earth, the two witnesses (Enoch and Elijah) will testify against the anti-Christ in Jerusalem. When their testimony is complete, the anti-Christ will be able to kill them, and they will lie in the street unburied for 84 hours.
Once the 3 ½ days are complete, the two will arise from the dead and be called back to Heaven, from whence they came. Since I think that it will be the evening that begins the month of Tishri), they will be caught up to give their report to Yeshua, the High Priest. This should be the fulfillment of the Day of Trumpets moadim. Sometime unspecified time afterwards, Yeshua will come to the Earth with His angels and kill the armies of the anti-Christ with swords from His mouth. However, He will not set foot
on the Earth for another 1,000 years, and remain in the sky for all to see Him. This is the time of the rapture, and Satan is bound in the bottomless pit for 1,000 years.
During those 1,000 years, there shall be peace and harmony on the Earth, and Yeshua will judge the saints in Heaven (Judgment Seat of Christ, Rom. 14:10). Some will get various “crowns” of achievement, and some will be given assignments to rule other creations (universes). Many will live in the New Jerusalem, and may be dispatched to various parts of this universe to be “a help” to immortal mankind as they travel to various ends of this universe. However, there are some that might be “beaten with a few stripes” (Luke 12:48), and there may be some that are “cast into outer darkness” (Matt. 22:13). That last group might include those that had received the Holy Ghost, but failed to be
water baptized in the name of Yeshua (Jesus).
After the 1,000 years of peace on Earth, Satan is loosed from the pit for seven years to cause trouble one last time. This is the war of Gog and Magog, against Israel, in the second battle of Armageddon. Jesus will return to Earth with the saints that He raptured 1,007 year earlier. He will step down on Earth upon the Mt. of Olives, splitting the mountain in two, and killing the gentile armies with fire from His mouth.
Satan is then cast into the Lake of Fire, and Judgment Day begins. We are now in the book of Revelation, chapter 20. Everyone, which did not make the rapture a thousand years earlier, is going to face judgment..., and I mean everyone, both modern mankind and prehistoric mankind.
It is a given that the saints will judge the fallen angels. With them all being "guilty as sin", that shouldn't take too long. Demons and disembodied spirits, which did not die (leave the Earth) in Noah's flood will also be judged.
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Now, who will judge the trillions of mankind? Yeshua? The heavenly angels? There is a "book of life" which shall be used as a standard to decide who goes to the Lake of Fire forever, or who is allowed to live forever on Earth (or elsewhere in this universe). If Yeshua judges them all, or the angels, everything is cut and dry. If the saints are allowed to judge, Yeshua just may put certain people in certain lines so that they are judged by someone that they interacted with.
If a man did a saint of God wrong, I think it would be perfect justice for that saint to be their final judge, and to be able to decide if that person lives in peace, or is forever imprisoned in torment. Think of the possible scenarios. If the saints are allowed to judge, they may have certain guidelines to follow, or Yeshua may just let them decide on their own.
If I were to stand trial, I would want someone I befriended (or relative on good terms) to be my judge. If I stand before someone that did not know me, that may not have much mercy or leniency, especially if they just condemned a series of evil doers, it may not be my "lucky day". I would not want to be put in that situation, so that is reason enough to want to be a judge, rather than to be judged.
How shall you prepare? The celestial body called “Planet X” (Nibiru) is nearing Earth, and may cause some of the events mentioned in the book of Revelation. Although it has been officially denied, the governments of the world have been preparing for an extinction level event (“E.L.E.”) for decades, and even though it will not do damage to the magnitude that they fear, it will do enough to scare people, and some may die
But the people of Israel will be building their temple, and communications will be of such that all the world will know what is happening is Jerusalem. So things aren’t going to get as bad as officials now fear, but still, they should prepare. Will you prepare for the judgment that comes after all is said and done?
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