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The Tribulation - Bible prophecy for today

This page is not a 'shoving it down your throat' sermon. That's not my style at all. But my trust in Yeshua ('Jesus' is the Greek translation) and The Bible have played a central role in motivating me to put this internet site together. It is right to be open about my faith and to give you some lead-ins to explore this area of research for yourself - if you wish. I don't believe our Father wants us to be too uptight and doom-laden about His plan for mankind. But neither too laid-back. Simply to celebrate in our hearts and with others the good news of Yeshua's sacrifice offering us salvation and be prepared for testing times to come.

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False prophets, man-made religion, the end of the world and Yeshua, the Messiah's, ultimate return.

Jesus and the old Testament prophets repeatedly said that 'soon' this world will come to a catastrophic end. That end is described in detail in The Bible but few seem to want to hear. Here I attempt to bring together End Time prophecies from different parts of the Bible.

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The books of Daniel and Revelation will be the natural starting point for many scholars and researchers. Or Old Testament Prophets Ezekiel 7, Jeremiah 25, Daniel 10 and Zephaniah 1 to be a bit more specific. Revelation describes God's final harvest or 'threshing' of mankind vividly.

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All those who delve into this area of research should be aware there is some disagreement on how events will unfold, unsuprisingly, particularly around the timing of the 'Rapture'. So dust off your Bible and discover for yourself, maybe with the help of Christian friends, using a good CONCORDANCE (Bible Index) such as STRONG'S COMPLETE and a good COMMENTARY such as THE JEWISH NEW TESTAMENT COMMENTARY.

Much information on this page is taken from The End Times Bible, World Publishing, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA. Also, these Messianic Jewish publications are highly recommended Christian/Messianic resources:

Jewish New Testament, trans. David H Stern, pub. Jewish New Testament Publications, ISBN 965 359 006 5
Jewish New Testament Commentary
, David H Stern, pub. Jewish New Testament Publications, ISBN 965 359 008 1
Complete Jewish Bible, trans. David H Stern, pub. Jewish New Testament Publications Inc., ISBN 965 359 015 4


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On this page:

What are the Bible's warning signs of the End Times?

Whereabouts in The Bible are Tribulation prophesies?

Biblical overview and general End Times background

How does Jesus himself describe the End Times?

Revelation overview - the end of the world revealed to John - includes sections on the seven seals, seven trumpets and seven bowl judgments

Heaven: Our Eternal Home

The historical Jesus - non-Christian proof of his existence

Christian & Messianic Links

Whereabouts in The Bible can I find specific warning signs of the End Times?

Day in and day out we live our lives as if there will be a tomorrow... another day to do our chores and pursue our dreams. But The Bible says that one day this world will come to an end. We will no longer live out our lives as we had before. No one knows the day or hour when the world will end (Mark 13:32) instead he simply warns us, "Be on your guard" (Mark 13:23)

Most of the signs predicted in scripture involve Isreal. Passages like Isaiah 11:11-12:6; Ezekiel 20:33-44; and Zephaniah 2:1-3 deal with the regathering of Isreal before the Tribulation. People who are most concerned about staying abreast of the 'signs of the times' always keep a watchful eye on the Middle East and Temple Mount in particular. Biblical Israel seems to be the community of 'God's people' around the world.

The Bible tells us in some detail what signs will indicate that the end is drawing near. The increase in warfare, tyranny and the rise of false prophets are only some of these signs.

Signs of the End Times - Timothy R Phillips



People living as if God didn't exist Genesis 6:1; Luke 17:26
Vacuum in world leadership Psalm 2:1-3; Revelation 13:4-9
Explosion of knowledge and freedom of travel Daniel 12:14
Wars and rumours of wars Mark 13:7
Widespread acceptance of immoral behaviour Luke 17:26-30; 2 Peter 2:1-8
Human leader declares himself to be a god 2 Thessalonians 2:3-4
Increased demonic activity 1 Timothy 4:1-3
Widespread abandonment of the Christian faith 1 Timothy 4:1; 2 Timothy 4:3-4
Evidence of breakdown in families 2 Timothy 3:1-3
Spirit of selfishness and materialism 2 Timothy 3:1-2
General disrespect for others 2 Timothy 3:2-4
People ridiculing God's word 2 Peter 3:2-4; Jude 17-18
Significant shifts in political power and influence Revelation 13:3-7

Whereabouts in The Bible are the Tribulation prophesies?

The word 'Tribulation' comes from the Latin word 'tribulum' meaning a 'threshing board' used at harvest-time.

An Earthquake. Fiery hail. Devastating wars. After that, widespread death and persecution. This is only the beginning of the misery this world will have to suffer during a special period called The Tribulation, or the period of "terrible suffering" (Revelation 7:14). Although prophecy experts differ on what will occur during this period, the following events are the ones commonly believed to take place during the tribulation. Timothy R Phillips

The Tribulation in the Bible - Timothy R Phillips



The two witnesses will preach the Good News.

Revelation 11:3-6

The antichrist will kill the two witnesses in Jerusalem,
but after three days the witnesses will be raised to life.

Revelation 11:7-12

The antichrist will rise to power.

Revelation 13

The whole world will worship the antichrist as god.

Revelation 13:6-8

The antichrist will defile the Jerusalem temple.

Daniel 9:27; Matthew 24:15-16

The antichrist's kingdom will be completely destroyed.

Revelation 18

Isreal will be invaded.

Ezekiel 38-39

The nations will gather to fight God at Armageddon.

Revelation 14:14-20; 16:16; 19:11-21

A Biblical overview and general End Times background

The Book of Revelation isn't the only source of information for End Time events.  The Bible is full of prophecies and passages that shed light on the last days of this world. Here are some of the best-known passages

Where to turn for End Time prophecies



Daniel 9 Daniel provides a timeline of world history and end-time events
in his vision of the seventy sets of seven time periods
Matthew 24 Jesus tells his followers about the signs that will mark the end times
1 Thessalonians 4:16-17 Paul describes the resurrection at Jesus' second coming
2 Thessalonians 2:1-12 Paul describes the man of sin who will appear during the end times
2 Timothy 3:1-4 Paul offers a telling description of society during the last days
1 John 2:18-27 John warns us about the antichrist
Revelation 1-22 John describes his eye-popping vision of what will occur during
the end times what the next world will be like, the antichrist and much more

Jesus on the End Times

Jesus had quite a bit to say about the end of the world. He could see into the future, knew how the world would end and gave his followers a hint of what would come. He painted vivid pictures of what will occur at the end of world history for his disciples and ultimately for us. Here is what he said:

Jesus on the end times - Timothy R Phillips



Many false saviours will deceive people. Luke 17:2-30
Before the end the good news will spread throughout the whole world. Matthew 24:1-42
A loud trumpet-blast will accompany Jesus' return.
Everyone in the world will know Jesus has returned.
John 5:28-29
All the dead will be raised from their graves. John 5:28-29
The final judgment will reveal all secrets - even what people have whispered. Luke 12:2-3
Jesus is preparing a beautiful place for his followers to live forever. John 14:2-3
Immeasurable joy and blessings await believers in the next life. Matthew 19:27-30

Revelation - how will the world end?

  1. Revelation overview
  2. When the seals are broken - Revelation 6:1-17
  3. When the trumpets sound - Revelation 8:2 - 9:20
  4. When the bowls are emptied - Revelation 16

1. Revelation overview

Revelation - revealed to John on the isle of Patmos

Revelation Chapter


1-3 John dictates critical letters from Christ to the seven churches 
4-5 A throne appears in heaven, as does a scroll and Christ, the lamb
6-7 Scroll seals 1-6 are broken open
8-11 Seventh seal is broken open revealing 7 angels who blow their trumpets one by one
12-13 A woman with twelve stars appears as does satan followed by two beasts
14 Three angels appear and proclaim their instructions
15-16 Seven angels announce seven final plagues which are poured out of bowls onto the earth
17-18 Mystery Babylon - a kind of false religion - falls
19 The wedding supper, the two beasts are thrown down
20 The day of judgment for all mankind
21-22 The New Jerusalem described - God's face is revealed

2. When the seals are broken - Revelation 6:1-17; 8:1

All heaven pauses. Before God's work can be completed on earth a mysterious scroll must be opened. All of heaven awaits the only person in heaven or on earth who is worthy to open the seven seals of the scroll-Jesus Christ, the lamb of God. The opening of each one of these mysterious seals wreaks destruction and havoc on earth.

Revelation - when the seals are broken


What happens when the seal is broken

First seal A person riding a white horse rides out to victory
Second seal World wars break out. The rider of the red horse carries a gigantic sword and gallops over the entire world
Third seal Food and drink become scarce. A person riding a black horse rides over the earth holding a pair of scales
Fourth seal A fourth of the world's population dies. The fourth horseman is called death and rides a pale horse
Fifth seal God pronounces inescapable judgment upon those who persecute believers
Sixth seal A massive earthquake shakes the foundation of the earth
Seventh seal Heaven grows silent as the seven angels prepare to blow the trumpets of judgment

3. When the trumpets sound - Revelation 8:2 - 9:20

Seven angels carrying seven trumpets will introduce God's judgment on the earth.  Each trumpet blast produces unprecedented destruction on the earth and unspeakable misery for its inhabitants.  With each successive trumpet blast the agony and the suffering of the earth's population increases.

Revelation - when the trumpets sound


What Happens

First trumpet Fiery hail falls onto the earth: one third of the earth is burned; one third of the trees are burned; all grass is burned
Second trumpet A fiery meteor falls into the sea: one third of the ships are destroyed; one third of the fish die; one third of the sea is turned into blood
Third trumpet A flaming star named Wormwood falls to the earth: one third of the earth's rivers are poisoned
Fourth trumpet One third of the sun, moon and stars become dark
Fifth trumpet Flying scorpion like creatures torture people for five months
Sixth trumpet A violent war breaks out: one third of the earth's population dies
Seventh trumpet The seventh trumpet announces the misery of the seven bowl judgments. The final struggle between good and evil begins

4. When the bowls are emptied - Revelation 16

God's judgment on the world climaxes with the seven bowls of wrath.  The final toll of death and destruction in the wake of these judgments is nearly impossible to comprehend. The world will never be the same after these bowls of fury are poured out on the earth and its inhabitants

Revelation - when the bowls are emptied


What Happens

First bowl Painful sores break out on those who have the brand of the beast
Second bowl The sea turns into blood and all sea life dies
Third bowl All fresh water turns into blood
Fourth bowl The sun scorches human skin
Fifth bowl Complete darkness envelops the earth
Sixth bowl The Euphrates river dries up
Seventh bowl An earthquake and hailstorm devastate the planet

Heaven: Our Eternal Home

Have you ever dreamt what living with God in eternity would be like? Fluffy Clouds? Golden Halos? Streets of Gold? What will it be like to enjoy God's presence? In other words, what will heaven be like? The apostle John caught a glimpse of heaven in a breathtaking vision of New Jerusalem. This was part of the book of Revelation, when Christ brought a vision to him at the end of the first century on the Greek island of Patmos, when John was an old man.

In addition to the stuff below there are Christ's words from John 14:2: 'In my father's house there are many places to live... I am going there to prepare a place for you.'

What will heaven be like?


Revelation Passage

The city is called the New Jerusalem. 21:2
Its overall appearance is of gray quartz and pure gold. 21:11, 18
The city is shaped like a huge equilateral cube. 21:16
The size of the structure is about 1,400 miles along each side. 21:16
The foundation of the city is composed of twelve layers of stones inlaid with jewels. 21:19-20
The names of each of the twelve apostles are engraved on the foundation layers. 21:4
The walls around the city are made from gray quartz. 21:18
The walls are over 200 feet high. 21:17
There are twelve solid pearl gates, three along each wall. 21:12, 21
Each gate is named after one of the twelve tribes of Isreal. 21:12
The river of life flows in the city 22:1
The tree of life grows in the city 2:7; 22:19
The throne room of God occupies the central palace. 4:2; 22:1
The city's main street is made of transparent gold. 21:21
The dazzling light of the city comes from God's glory. 21:11, 23; 22:5
God himself will live in the city among his people. 21:3; 22:4
God's people will live in the New Jerusalem in the presence of God forever. 22:5

The Historical Jesus - non Christian proof of Jesus' existence


The Witness of Josephus

Flavius Josephus is regarded as the premier first century Jewish historian. His writings have been quoted by hundreds of authors, including many of the world's most respected scholars. Josephus came from a priestly family and became a Pharisee at the age of 19. He was appointed Commander of the Jewish army under Roman occupation. After the rebellion by the Jews, Josephus was captured by the Roman general Vespasian. During this time, Josephus became a great historian.

Although Josephus lived after the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, he was closely associated with the experiences of that generation. In his book, Antiquities of the Jews, Josephus makes a statement that is contested by those who reject the existence of a historical Jesus. Here, Josephus writes:

Now, there was about this time Jesus, a wise man, if it be lawful to call him a man, for he was a doer of wonderful works -- a teacher of such men as received the truth with pleasure. He drew over to him both many of the Jews, and many of the Gentiles. He was [the] Christ; and when Pilate, at the suggestion of the principal men amongst us, had condemned him to the cross, those that loved him at the first did not forsake him, for he appeared to them alive again the third day, as the divine prophets had foretold these and ten thousand other wonderful things concerning him; and the tribe of Christians, so named from him, are not extinct at this day. (Book 18, ch. 3)

This statement by Josephus has been the center of considerable debate and controversy. Those who reject its authenticity contend that these words were not written by Josephus but rather were added by the Christian church in an attempt to strengthen its argument that Jesus was real and that He was the Christ.

There is, however, a credible authority which can shed considerable light on this issue. William Whiston is a scholar who translated the works of Josephus into English. Whiston provides the following observation concerning the authenticity of Josephus' words regarding Jesus.

Since we meet with several important testimonies in Josephus, the Jewish historian, concerning John the Baptist, the forerunner of Jesus of Nazareth, concerning Jesus of Nazareth himself, and concerning James the Just the brother of Jesus of Nazareth; and since the principal testimony which is concerning Jesus of Nazareth himself has of late been greatly questioned by many, and for me who has ever declared my firm belief that these testimonies were genuine, to set down fairly some of the original evidence and citations I have met with in the first fifteen centuries concerning them; and then to make proper observations upon that evidence, for the reader's more complete satisfaction. (The Works of Flavius Josephus, Appendix p. 815)

Whiston went on to explain that after exhaustive examination of Josephus' writings, he concluded that the texts being questioned were, in fact, genuine. He drew this conclusion because their style was consistent with that found in Josephus' other writings.

Whiston also provided a list of highly respected historians who quoted the writings of Josephus and considered them authentic regarding John the Baptist, James, and Jesus Christ. These authors included Tacitus in 110, Justin Martyr in 147, Origin in 230, Eusebius in 324, Ambrose in 360, Hieronym in 400, Isidorus in 410, Cassiddorus in 510, Anastasius in 740, and Johan in 850.

Whiston further pointed out that it would be impossible to have such a volume of honorable and accurate testimony regarding John the Baptist and James, whose lives were predicated on the life of Jesus, and then refuse to accept same testimony regarding Jesus who was of greater importance than the other two. (p. 819)

Josephus' Position Regarding Christianity

Those who contend that Josephus' reference to Jesus is spurious do so because the words appear to convey that Josephus embraced Jesus as the Christ. However, William Whiston explains that such a conclusion is a mistake.

'This was Christ', or [the] Christ, does not mean that this Jesus was the Christ of God, or the true Messiah of the Jews; but that this Jesus was distinguished from all others of that name, of which there were not a few, as mentioned by Josephus himself, by the addition of the other name of Christ; or that this person was no other than he whom all the world knew by the name of Jesus Christ, and his followers by the name of Christians. (The Works of the Jews, Appendix 819)

Whiston went on to explain that Josephus was not conveying his belief in Christ but rather that Christians were named from "this Christ." According to Whiston, if Josephus was a true believer, this passage would have required a much fuller explanation. Additionally, it is important to understand that Josephus wrote for both the Greeks and Romans and that this particular audience would not have understood who he was referring to if he simply used the name "Jesus." Therefore, according to Whiston, Josephus used the term "Christ," not to convince others that Jesus was the Messiah, but only to differentiate Him from other historical figures with the same name. Whiston then added that all other historians who wrote for the next several centuries understood that Josephus was not a believer.

Josephus' approach was similar to that of Pontius Pilate during the time of Jesus' crucifixion. According to the scriptures, Pilate ordered a sign to be posted upon Jesus' cross. The sign bore the words: "This is Jesus, king of the Jews." The fact that Pilate ordered this sign did not mean he believed Jesus was the king of the Jews. He only placed it there because he was provoked by the Jewish leaders who brought charges against Jesus. These leaders wanted the sign to read that Jesus claimed to be king of the Jews. However, because of his exasperation with these Jewish leaders, Pilate refused to have these words changed (Jn. 19:19-22).

An Arabic Translation of Josephus

It is important to understand that there are other manuscripts concerning the works of Josephus. An Arabic manuscript has been found and translated which makes the controversial passages found in Josephus easier to understand. This Arabic translation reads as follows.

At this time, there was a wise man who was called Jesus. His conduct was good and (he) was known to be virtuous. And many people from among the Jews and other nations became his disciples. Pilate condemned him to be crucified and to die. But those who had become his disciples did not abandon his discipleship. They reported that he had appeared to them three days after his crucifixion, and that he was alive; accordingly he was perhaps the Messiah, concerning whom the prophets have recounted wonders.

Here, the translation adds clarity to the meaning of Josephus' words. Based on this translation, Josephus is simply recounting that Jesus was a good man and his followers taught that He was resurrected.

The Babylonian Talmud

The works of Josephus are not the only Jewish writings that identify Jesus of Nazareth. The Bablyonian Talmud includes a section in which Jesus is mentioned by the Jews to have been hanged from a stake on the eve of the Passover.

On the eve of the Passover Yeshu was hanged. For forty days before the execution took place, a herald went forth and cried, "He is going forth to be stoned because he has practiced sorcery and enticed Israel to apostasy. Any one who can say anything in his favor, let him come forward and plead on his behalf." But since nothing was brought forward in his favor, he was hanged on the eve of the Passover. (The Babylonian Talmud, vol. III, Sanhedrin, 43a, p. 281)

The Testimony of Other Writers

In addition to Tacitus, Suetonius, Phlegon, and Josephus, other prominent historical figures make mention of the biblical Jesus.


Thallus wrote about Mediterranean history during the middle of the first century. Although there are only fragments of his writings today, one such fragment relates what happened at the crucifixion.

On the whole world there pressed a most fearful darkness; and the rocks were rent by an earthquake, and many places in Judea and other districts were thrown down.

This description of events surrounding the crucifixion is totally consistent with the gospel record. Consider the words of Matthew.

Now from the sixth hour there was darkness over all the land unto the ninth hour... And, behold, the veil of the Temple was rent in twain from the top to the bottom; and the earth did quake, and the rocks rent... (Mt. 27:45, 51)

Pliny the Younger

Pliny the younger was a Roman author who at one time served as governor of Bithynia in Asia Minor. He was concerned about the rapid growth of Christianity and its potential for threatening the beliefs of Rome. Because of this, he wrote the emperor to explain how he interrogated those he believed were Christians. Pliny related that if those he interrogated would not worship the emperor, he would have them executed. In some cases, he would torture them to gather information about the emerging Christian movement. In one such case, he tortured two deaconesses and wrote to the emperor concerning the information he had gathered.

They [the Christians] were in the habit of meeting on a certain fixed day before it was light, when they sang in alternate verses of a hymn to Christ, as to a god, and bound themselves by a solemn oath, not to any wicked deeds, but never to commit any fraud, theft or adultery, never to falsify their word, nor deny a trust when they should be called upon to deliver it up; after which it was their custom to separate, and then reassemble to partake of food - but food of an ordinary and innocent kind. (The Tenth Book of Pliny's Letters)

When Pliny referred to "food of an ordinary and innocent kind," he was addressing a rumor regarding Christianity. This rumor was that Christians took the symbols (bread and wine) Jesus introduced at the Passover as literal and would secretly meet on certain occasions and actually eat human flesh and drink human blood.

Justin Martyr

Justin Martyr was a second century philosopher and theologian. His parents were pagans; however, after a study of the Old and New Testaments, Justin Martyr converted to Christianity. He was executed during the reign of Emperor Marcus Aurelius because he refused to offer sacrifices to the pagan gods.

Justin Martyr wrote about 150 A.D. In one of his writings, he explained that the events of Christ's crucifixion could be validated by the report of Pontius Pilate.

And the expression, "they pierced my hands and my feet" was used in reference to the nails of the cross which were fixed in His hands and feet. And after he was crucified, they cast lots upon His vesture, and they that crucified Him parted it among them. And that these things did happen you can ascertain in the "Acts of Pontius Pilate." (First Apology XXXV)

Although the "Acts of Pontius Pilate" referred to by Justin Martyr is no longer in existence, it was also referred to by Tertullian. Both Tertullian and Justin Martyr believed that this was an official Roman document.

It is interesting to note that there were two archives kept in ancient Rome. One consisted of the minutes of senatorial meetings; the other consisted of correspondence sent to the emperor from various parts of the empire. Any correspondence from Pontius Pilate to Tiberius would unquestionably belong to this second archive.

The Historical Jesus

In spite of the early secular world's hostility toward Christianity, there exist many historical documents to verify that the biblical Jesus actually lived. Further, these documents prove that his followers believed very exact details concerning His life and teachings as well as His crucifixion and resurrection. Few ancient historical figures can boast of the amount of material that Jesus of Nazareth had written about Him. In addition to the gospels, there is the book of Acts as well as numerous epistles. On top of all the Biblical evidence, sits a crown of numerous historical documents. These documents are totally consistent with the writings of the New Testament.

Whether it was the writings of Tacitus, Suetonius, Phlegon, Origin, Thallus, Justin Martyr, Josephus, or even Pontius Pilate, the existence of the biblical Jesus is unimpeachable. Jesus of Nazareth did live and His life had a powerful impact on the course of history.

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