The Seven Bowls are part of the Seventh Trumpet. They are the Third Woe.

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The seven bowls are the third woe. They are part of the Seventh Trumpet. When the seventh trumpet sounds, Jesus returns to rapture the Church and resurrect sleeping believers. Once the Church has been removed from the Earth, God pours out his wrath on the pagans (unbelievers among the nations)

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  1. Would you be willing to listen to someone with a different view of the Book of Revelation than yours? This is a biblical view that reads Revelation as it is written, in chronological order, but with the first 11 chapters being paralleled with the last 11 chapters. With this in mind, you will see that the book makes perfect sense, that the 7 seals are broken first, then the 7 trumpets and 7 vials happening congruent to each other, meaning that the 1st trumpet sounds, then the 1st vial is open; the 2nd trumpet sounds, then the 2nd vial is open; and so on and so forth. Also, you will notice that the term “144,000 Jews” is not found in Revelation, but the term “144,000 of all the tribes of the children of Israel”, is found in chapter 7, verse 4!! (Jews are those from the southern nation of Judah, to include those from the tribe of Benjamin, and some from the tribe of Levi.) Of course there is much more to be discussed about the timing of the rapture (1 thes. 4:13-18; Matt. 24:228-31; Mark 13:14-37; Luke 21:20-37); and, Jesus’ 2nd coming (Acts 1:9-11; Revelation 1:7; 1 thes. 4:13-18). I do look forward to many good conversations where the truth of God’s precious word reveals itself to His children. Blessings.

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