1 The Book of Revelation THE SEVEN SEALS AND SEVEN TRUMPETS Revelation 6:1-11:19 Nano Church September 18, 2016
2 Outline of Revelation :1-17 The first six seal judgments 7:1-8 The sealing of the 144,000 from Israel 7:9-17 The great multitude from every nation 8:1-5 The seventh seal 8:6-9:21 The first six trumpet judgments 10:1-11 The angel and the little scroll 11:1-14 The temple and the two witnesses 11:15-19 The seventh trumpet
3 Revelation 6:1-4 1 Now I watched when the Lamb opened one of the seven seals, and I heard one of the four living creatures say with a voice like thunder, Come! 2 And I looked, and behold, a white horse! And its rider had a bow, and a crown was given to him, and he came out conquering, and to conquer. 3 When he opened the second seal, I heard the second living creature say, Come! 4 And out came another horse, bright red. Its rider was permitted to take peace from the earth, so that people should slay one another, and he was given a great sword.
4 Revelation 6:5-8 5 When he opened the third seal, I heard the third living creature say, Come! And I looked, and behold, a black horse! And its rider had a pair of scales in his hand. 6 And I heard what seemed to be a voice in the midst of the four living creatures, saying, A quart of wheat for a denarius, and three quarts of barley for a denarius, and do not harm the oil and wine! 7 When he opened the fourth seal, I heard the voice of the fourth living creature say, Come! 8 And I looked, and behold, a pale horse! And its rider's name was Death, and Hades followed him. And they were given authority over a fourth of the earth, to kill with sword and with famine and with pestilence and by wild beasts of the earth.
5 Futurist view (Dispensational Premillennialism) Rapture Second Coming Revelation Seven years
6 The three consecutive sets of seven judgments Seals Trumpets Bowls
7 The first four seal judgments (Rev. 6) Most futurists see the first six seal judgments as taking place during the first half of the tribulation and are the beginning of birth pangs (Matt. 24:14). Seal 1 the rider on the white horse is the Antichrist, the false messiah, who appears and goes forth to conquer. He is the prince who is to come (Dan. 9:26). Seal 2 the rider on the red horse symbolizes the breakout of war. Seal 3 the rider on the black horse represents famine. Seal 4 the rider on the fourth horse pictures death. Over ¼ of the people on earth are killed by war, famine, pestilence, and wild beasts.
8 The fifth and sixth seal judgments Seal 5 - When the fifth seal is opened, John sees a vision in heaven of those who have been martyred for their faith during the Tribulation. Seal 6 Elements of divine judgment are revealed. Great earthquake every mountain and island was removed from its place. Cosmic disturbances affecting the sun, moon, and stars. Great and powerful people as well as everyone else hide themselves to escape the wrath of God. These events will have a literal fulfillment.
9 Sealing of the 144,000 (Rev. 7) This chapter is the first interlude, or pause in the action, between judgments in Revelation that focus on key individuals or events. 12,000 from each of the 12 tribes of Israel are sealed. The 144,000 are those who are delivered from their persecutors and brought safely through the terrible time of the Tribulation. They are seen later as triumphant when Christ returns. They are a special group that God will use to spread the gospel. Other Israelites will be saved during this time but many will die as martyrs.
10 The great multitude from every nation John saw a great multitude in heaven that no one could number. They are identified by one of the elders around the throne as martyrs coming out of the great tribulation. That they come from every nation indicates that Gentiles will be saved during the Tribulation period. They are now in the presence of God and serve him continually.
11 The first four trumpet judgments (Rev. 8) Opening the seventh seal brings forth the next seven judgments as seven angels appear, each of which is given a trumpet. These judgments are a response to the prayers of the saints (8:4). Trumpet 1 bloodshed from hail and fire; ⅓ of vegetation on earth is destroyed. Trumpet 2 a large burning object is thrown into the sea, causing ⅓ of the sea to become blood, ⅓ of living creatures in the sea died, and ⅓ of the ships were destroyed. Trumpet 3 - ⅓ of the fresh waters are contaminated. Trumpet 4 - ⅓ of the sun, ⅓ of the moon, and ⅓ of the stars are darkened.
12 The fifth and sixth trumpet judgments (Rev. 9) Trumpet 5 demonic invasion with five months of torment. The star fallen from heaven to earth represents Satan. He unlocks the abyss and releases locusts in billowing smoke. The locusts represent hordes of demons loosed upon the earth. The demons execute divine judgment (first woe). Satan s name is identified in Hebrew and Greek as Destroyer. Trumpet 6 Four angels were released to kill ⅓ of earth s remaining population through an army of 200,000,000 men (second woe). Those people remaining alive are still unrepentant.
13 The angel and the little scroll (Rev. 10) This chapter begins a second interlude and continues through chapter 14 except for the seventh trumpet judgment in 11: A mighty angel with a small opened scroll in his hand appears to John and seven thunders are sounded as he speaks. John is not to write down what he heard. The angel announces that the seventh trumpet would soon be sounded, fulfilling the mystery of God, giving a full manifestation of the plan of God. The contents of the scroll are not mentioned. John is commanded to eat the scroll which will be sweet to his mouth but bitter in his stomach. This may represent assimilation of the Word of God.
14 The temple and the two witnesses (Rev. 11) 11:1-2 and other prophecies indicate that a future temple will be in place during the tribulation. Measurement suggests evaluation. The events of this chapter likely occur during the second 3 ½ years. The two witnesses are two special prophets raised up by God during the tribulation to give testimony to him. They will be given power to work miracles to validate their testimony. The beast will kill them and not allow them to be buried as a symbol of victory over God. The witnesses suddenly come back to life and are taken to heaven.
15 The seventh trumpet When the seventh trumpet sounds, John hears great voices in heaven chanting the triumph of Christ. This indicates that the seventh trumpet extends all the way to Christ s return and thus includes the seven bowls.
16 Dispensational Premillennial timeline Beginning of the Tribulation The Antichrist signs a covenant with Israel, bringing peace to Israel. The Jewish Temple in Jerusalem is rebuilt (Revelation 11). The reunited Roman Empire emerges as a ten-nation confederation. First half (3 ½ years) of the Tribulation The seven seal judgments are opened (Revelation 6, 8). The 144,000 Jewish believers begin evangelizing (Revelation 7). Gog and its allies invade Israel. Antichrist begins rise to world power.
17 Dispensational Premillennial timeline (concluded) Midpoint of the Tribulation The two witnesses begin their 3 ½ year ministry. They are killed by the Antichrist and resurrected at the end of the Tribulation (Revelation 11). A number of other events, many of which occur in Revelation Second half (3 ½ years) of the Tribulation The trumpet judgments are unleashed (Revelation 8-9). Other events from Revelation 12 onward. Source: Mark Hitchcock, The End, pp
18 Progressive Parallelism view Revelation The Book of Revelation consists of a series of parallel sections in which God expresses truths about God s plan for the world in different ways. Each section covers the time period between Christ s first and second advents.
19 Progressive Parallelism view John is relating what he saw in a series of visions, and he is doing so in the order that he saw them. The order in which he saw things is not necessarily the historical chronological order in which those things will happen. In some cases, in two different visions, he may relate the same events, but in a different order or with the use of different imagery (such as horses instead of plagues) to express the same reality. Each of the parallel sections ends with an indication that the end time has come either as a reference to the final judgment at the end of history, or the final blessedness of God s people, or both.
20 Progressive Parallelism view of Revelation :1-7:17 The seven seals 8:1-11:19 The seven trumpets 12:1-14:20 The seven visions or signs 15:1-16:21 The seven bowls 17:1-19:21 Final judgment of Babylon and the beast
21 The first four seals (Rev. 5-6) As seen in chapter 5, Christ has received all authority from the Father and has taken up his rule over all the kingdoms of the earth. The first four seals in chapter 6 show how this authority extends even over situations of suffering sent from the hand of God to purify saints and punish unbelievers. The rider on the white horse represents a satanic force attempting to oppress, defeat, and deceive believers. The first horseman introduces warfare in a general sense and the other three bring conditions characteristic of war not only literal warfare but spiritual warfare as well.
22 The first four seals (concluded) The second horseman seeks to take peace from the earth by stirring up strife and warfare among the nations of the earth. The rider on the third horse brings suffering in the form of famine. The rider on the fourth horse brings death by disease or pestilence. Death and Hades are satanic forces ultimately under the control of God. a fourth of the earth indicates that the four woes do not harm every person without distinction. These sufferings are characteristic of those that occur throughout the church age until Christ returns. These images reveal God s control of history even in the midst of suffering.
23 The fifth and sixth seals The fifth seal represents the response of slain and glorified saints to these sufferings. The saints depicted are all those believers who have suffered for their faith and are now before God in heaven. The sixth seal expresses the explicit and final answer to the plea for justice by the saints in 6:10. This seal refers to the last judgment since 6:11 implies that the judgment pictured here will not be executed until the number of the suffering saints has been completed. The great earthquake and cosmic phenomena appear in the OT and again later in Revelation in passages associated with the final judgment.
24 The 144,000 and great multitude (Rev. 7) This chapter is a type of parenthesis that explains how God will keep believers safe during the tribulations of the church age. The seal of God is protection of a believer s faith and salvation from the various sufferings and persecutions inflicted upon them. In the NT, believers are said to be bond-servants of Christ, thus 7:3 implies that all who believe during the church age are to be sealed. In 21:13-14, the twelve tribes and the twelve apostles together form the foundational structure of the New Jerusalem. 144 would represent completeness (12x12). The number 1,000 represents a large number. The uncountable multitude from the nations represents the victorious church in heaven.
25 The first four trumpets (Rev. 8) Some trumpets are patterned after some of the plagues of Exodus. They are prophetic foreshadowings of God s judgment against unbelievers throughout the church age and culminating in the last judgment. The trumpets do not follow the seals chronologically even though John saw them in sequence but cover the same time period as the seals. The primary perspective of the first five seals was on the trials through which believers must pass, but now the focus in the first six trumpets is on judgments which unbelievers must endure. Trumpet 4 the darkness may refer to a series of judgments that plunge men into despair causing them to realize the futility of their idolatry and that disaster is rapidly coming upon them.
26 The fifth and sixth trumpets (Rev. 9) Trumpet 5 demons are commissioned to torment hardened unbelievers. The imagery describes the demons and their actions, including deception. Trumpet 6 four angels with power over ungodly spiritual forces are released. The size of the demonic army is 200 million (symbolic for an innumerable number). the power of the horses is in their mouth (9:19) indicates demonic deception (human false teachers) leading to physical and spiritual death. The sins listed in 9:20-21 include idol worship. The gruesome description of the demons is intended to shock believers out of complacency and cause unbelievers to repent.
27 The second interlude (Rev. 10:1-11:14) This parenthesis offers a further interpretation of the same period of the church age covered by the first six trumpets. The angel and the small scroll speaks in a general fashion of John s being empowered to continue to prophesy. Eating the scroll indicates God s commissioning of John with an Ezekiellike task of prophesying woe to an unrepentant world. (Ezek. 2:3-3:9) The temple (11:1-2) represents God s presence on earth, especially through his people. Measurement signifies God s knowledge and care. (Ezek ) The altar and those who worship there represent the true worshippers of God who are sealed and protected. Destruction of the outer court represents attacks of outsiders on his people.
28 The second interlude (concluded) The two witnesses who prophesy are not individuals, but represent the corporate church in its capacity as a faithful prophetic witness to Christ. two lampstands in 11:4 suggests symbolic representation of the church. Two witness because the OT required two witnesses to establish an offense against the law. The 1,260 days (3 ½ years) symbolically represent the time between the first and second comings from Daniel s prophecy. The death of the witnesses suggests the end of the age. The ascent of the witnesses suggests the decisive deliverance of God s people at the end of time.
29 The seventh trumpet The seventh trumpet in 11:15-19 is a reference to the consummation of history, since 10:7 has announced that when the seventh trumpet sounds, God s accomplishment of his plan for history is finished. The 24 elders worship God in response to the heavenly proclamation that the long-awaited messianic kingdom has finally come to pass. The final judgment of the dead unbelievers and the final reward of the faithful are pictured in 11:18. The appearance of the ark of the covenant along with the seventh trumpet points back to Jericho, where the ark followed the trumpets, declaring both God s judgment and his victory. The opening of the temple in heaven pictures God s dwelling with his people in a more complete and intense manner at the consummation.
30 Concluding comments
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