There are three groups of seven found in the Book of Revelation: seven seals, seven trumpets and seven vials.
These make up the skeletal structure of the Book of Revelation.
What Exactly is the 4th Trumpet and How Did it Take Place?
By Irvin Baxter
Question: Allen from New Zealand called to ask Irvin about the 4th Trumpet. He wanted to know exactly what does the Bible say about it and he also wanted an explanation of how this trumpet took place.
Five of the seven trumpets that signify the end of the age have come to pass. With only two left to occur, we must look to the Bible to understand what to expect. The Bible indicates in Revelation that seven trumpets will sound before the end of the age and the Second Coming of Jesus […]
David from Vermont asked how to reconcile some things like the first trumpet where it states that all the green grass was burned up. However, the scorched earth policy doesn’t literally mean burning up the entire earth. How do you tie the two together?
Bible Prophecy Questions What are the seals, trumpets and vials found in the Book of Revelation? –Georgia Starting in Revelation 6:1, John tells three stories that end at the same time. The seals (longest story), trumpets (shorter story) and vials (shortest story) simply give a description of these events, which all culminate at the Second […]
To commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear meltdown, on April 26, 2011, Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev visited the memorial dedicated to the “liquidators” (first responders) to the accident. Chernobyl and the Third Trumpet By Irvin Baxter The headline reporting this visit read: Presidents of Ukraine, Russia visit “Star of Wormwood” memorial […]
The name Saddam is in the Bible. There are seven trumpets that sound in the book of Revelation. The name Saddam is included in the description of events that happen under the sounding of the 5th Trumpet. Before we actually go there, let’s take a look at some of the preceding trumpets. This will help […]
The Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant closed on Friday, December 15, 2000. The event made front-page news worldwide, as people reminisced about the world’s worst nuclear disaster. There was no champagne. Nobody reveled in the glory of it all. The nostalgia was dark. So dark, in fact, many of the news reports filed on the event […]