August 3, 2016
The Bible indicates the seven bowls, also called the seven last plagues, will begin on the day following the seventh trumpet. I anticipate the seven bowls will last for 70 days, possibly ten days per bowl. Jesus and the Father will appear in billowing clouds of glory and flashes of lightning during the seventh bowl.
March 20, 2014
The Seven Bowls – Revelation 15:7 – 16:21 Beginning Point in Time: 1,265th Day of the Great Tribulation Ending Point in Time: Second Coming Summary: The book of Revelation indicates there will be two distinct phases of God’s wrath during the Great Tribulation. The first phase will be redemptive in nature. The second phase will be totally destructive.
March 14, 2011
The seven bowls (also called the seven last plagues) are puzzling to many Christians. When do they occur? What is their purpose? Who receives them? Who tortures the wicked? Jesus or the devil? The seven bowls are not discussed very often because people do not think they will be affected by them. Of course, the
April 7, 2007
"Then I heard a loud voice from the temple saying to the seven angels, Go, pour out the seven bowls of Gods wrath on the earth." –Revelation 16:1 Is it possible to reconcile Gods wrath toward man as seen in the seven bowls with Gods love for man displayed by Jesus on the cross? Yes,
March 7, 2007
I saw in heaven another great and marvelous sign: seven angels with the seven last plagues last, because with them Gods wrath is completed. (Revelation 15:1) The seven last plagues (the seven bowls) are a fascinating study. Every discussion on the character of God should include Noahs flood, the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah,