The Trump Peace Initiative and the Final Seven Years

February 11, 2020   |   Category: End of the Age   |   Tags: , ,

Prophecies foretell an Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement will mark the beginning of the final seven years to the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. The Trump Administration released it’s peace initiative on Jan 28, which leads to a plethora of questions. I will answer many of these questions on today’s edition of End of the Age!

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    • Doug Norvell scroll to the very bottom at the right hand side of the page and enter your email address and click the Join button. This will set you up to receive the Email newsletter. If you do not see the email after a week, please check your junk email file to make sure your server is not putting it there. Thank you and have a great day.

  1. For many people, the second coming of Jesus is the bigginning of seven final years. What you can say about this assertion? If Jesus says that nobody don’t know the days, the year, he will coming, so if we know the year of peace agreement, we can calculate the year of coming of Jesus Christ.

    • Doug Norvell

      Jesus specifically told His disciples, concerning the Second Coming and the rapture in Mark 12:32, “But of that day and that hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels which are in heaven, neither the Son, but the Father.” As a result of this verse, many people have concluded a post-tribulation rapture is not possible because we would be able to know the day of Jesus’ return if it, in fact, occurs after the tribulation. In spite of this, this argument does not affect a post-tribulation rapture.

      First, we understand Jesus was speaking directly to His disciples, which means this could have been specifically for His disciples at that time. Jesus said the Son, Himself, did not know the day of His own return. Does that still apply today? Does Jesus, the all-knowing God, still question when He will return and gather His church? Of course not, which gives us reason to believe this verse was applying only to the disciples. There are other examples of prophecies being kept from those it was told to in Daniel 12:9 and Acts 1:7.

      Secondly, Paul spoke germanely to this subject in 1Thessalonians 5. In the fourth verse Paul tells the church of Thessalonica, “But ye, brethren, are not in darkness, that that day should overtake you as a thief.” This was in reference to the day of the Lord which pertains to the Second Coming of Jesus and the rapture. Paul stated, those in the light will not be caught off guard by the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.

      Finally, Daniel 12:11-12 gives us additional days spanning beyond the 1,260 days of the tribulation. These expansion of days, the 1,290 and the 1,335, are accompanied with no details which leaves us handicapped. What exactly happens during that time? We can only speculate since we are not given a concrete answer in the Scriptures. This may prevent us from knowing the exact day of the Second Coming and the rapture but we will definitely be aware of a close approximate time because we are not in the darkness.

  2. One thing is for certain, once the third temple starts to be built, the PRE TRIBERS will realize that there best laid plans, will now, have to be scrapped. Let us pray that this peace plan, is mans last! P.S, DAVE, some people just seem to know it all, just remind those people to never stop learning. Only after you die, that is when you should stop learning. GOD bless you all, and to all, a good night.

  3. Any chance EndTime could produce a similar chart that reflects accurate scripture references along with a corrected timeline for Daniel’s 70th Week, trumpets, seals & vials, in addition to the final 7 years events of your current timeline?