10. Midrashic Layout of the Historical Experiences of Jewish Nation – Christianity is Oblivious to Book of Revelation!

All these midrashic ensamples, drawn from Jewish recalled history will be explained in coming months.

It begins by stating it is the “Revelation of Jesus Christ” and ends with “come Lord Jesus”. The gospels came later and are supportive.

Chapters 1–4

Address to Seven Churches of Asia Minor, the global or final outer circle. This represents the archetypical — having transgressed type and antitype. The address is to the known world — or universal application; the address is not positive for the later Churches found wanting.

Rev. 5:1–2
First Angel’s Message — Book with Seven Seals
Rev. 6:1–2

First Seal — White horse
Rev. 6:3–4

Second Seal — Red horse
Rev. 6:5–6

Third Seal — Black horse

Rev. 6:7–8
Fourth Seal — Pale horse

Rev. 6:9–11
Fifth Seal — Torment—How long?

Rev. 6:12–17
Sixth Seal — Great earthquake

Rev. 8:1–3, 7:1–3
Seventh Seal — Silence in heaven

Rev. 8:7
First Trumpet — Hail, fire, blood

Rev. 8:8
Second Trumpet — Great mountain burns

Rev. 8:9–11
Third Trumpet — Waters made bitter

Rev. 8:12
Fourth Trumpet — Darkness

Rev. 8:13
Second Angel’s Message — Three Angel’s Woes predicted

Rev. 9:1–11
Fifth Trumpet — A great star falls

Rev. 9:13–21
Sixth Trumpet — Four angels loosened

Rev. 11–15
Seventh Trumpet — Wonder in heaven — continues to Rev. 15

Rev. 12:1
Beginning of wonder in heaven — Woman clothed with sun, being with child

Rev. 12:3
Wonder in heaven — Red dragon with seven heads, ten horns, ten crowns ready to devour
child of woman clothed with sun; same image as first beast in Rev. 13.

Rev. 12:5–6
Man-child brought forth — woman clothed with sun escapes to wilderness

Rev. 12:7-8
“War in heaven” — Michael versus dragon

Rev. 12:13–14
Dragon (Devil and Satan) cast out — persecutes woman with man-child

Rev. 12:17
Dragon ready to make war with remnant of woman

Rev. 13:1–4
First beast of Apocalypse — seven heads, ten horns, ten crowns; like a leopard, a lion, a bear; great authority; one head wounded; worshipped dragon; spoke blasphemy

Rev. 13:7
This beast was given power over all kindred, tongues, and nations; all on earth shall worship this beast

Rev. 13:7–8
“Patience and faith of the saints”

Rev. 13:10
“Rich and poor, free and bound”; “no man might buy or sell”; “mark on right hand … mark is name of a man” (Solomon)

Rev. 13:11
Second beast — “another beast … had two horns like a lamb”

Rev. 13:16–18
“No man might buy or sell”; let him have understanding; “beast … Six hundred threescore and six”

Rev. 14:1
A Lamb stood on mount Sion

Rev. 14:3
“Sung as it were a new song”

Rev. 14:6–7
Third Angel’s Message — First Woe, Hour of Judgment

Rev. 14:8
Fourth Angel’s Message — Second Woe, Babylon is Fallen

Rev. 14:9–11
Fifth Angel’s Message — Third Woe, Wrath of God

Rev. 14:14
“One sat like unto the Son of man”

Rev. 14:20
“By the space of a thousand and six hundred furlongs”

Rev. 15:5
Temple of tabernacle of testimony is opened

Rev. 16:1–2
First Plague — Grievous sores, leprosy

Rev. 16:3
Second Plague — Blood of the dead

Rev. 16:4–7
Third Plague — Rivers become blood

Rev. 16:8–9
Fourth Plague — Scorching fire

Rev. 16:17
Sixth Angel’s Message — “It is done”

Rev. 16:10–11
Fifth Plague — Darkness, blasphemy

Rev. 16:12–16
Sixth Plague — Unclean frogs out of mouth of dragon, beast, false prophet

Rev 16:17
Seventh Plague — It is done

Rev. 17:1
Judgment of “the great whore that sitteth upon many waters” — blasphemy having seven heads and ten horns

Rev. 17:5
“Mystery, Babylon the Great, Mother of Harlots and Abominations of the Earth”

Rev. 17:7
“I will tell thee the mystery of the woman”

Rev. 17:9
“The seven heads are seven mountains, on which the woman sitteth”

Rev. 17:10
“Seven kings: five are fallen, and one is, and the other is not yet come”

Rev. 17:12–14
“Ten horns are ten kings … receive power as kings one hour with the beast”

Rev. 17:16
Ten horns (ten kings) … “shall hate the whore … desolate … naked … eat her flesh”

Rev. 17:17
“Until the words of God shall be fulfilled”

Rev. 18:2
“Babylon, the great is fallen, is fallen”

Rev. 18:4
Seventh Angel’s Message — “Come Out of Her My People”

Rev. 18:11–12, 17
“Merchants of earth shall weep” “in one hour … riches is come to nought”

Rev. 18:19
“For in one hour is she made desolate”

Rev. 18:24
“In her was found the blood of the prophets”

Rev. 19:1–4
“Alleluia; Salvation” “Amen”

Rev. 19:7
“For the marriage of the Lamb is come”

Rev. 19:11–16
“Faithful and True”

Rev. 19:20
“Beasts … false prophets … cast alive into the lake of fire”

Rev. 20:2
“And bound for a thousand years”

Rev. 20:5
“This is the first resurrection”

Rev. 20:7
“Satan shall be loosed out of prison”

Rev. 20:10
“Shall be tormented day and night for ever and ever”

Rev. 20:12
“And another book was opened, which is the book of life”

Rev. 21:1–3
“I saw a new heaven and a new earth”

Rev. 21:5–6
“Write: for these words are true and faithful” “It is done”

Rev. 21:9
“Come hither, I will shew thee the bride, the Lamb’s wife”

Rev. 21:11
“Stone most precious,” “twelve angels,” “city lieth foursquare,” “I saw no temple,” “no need for sun, nor moon”

Rev. 22:2
“Tree of life … leaves for healing”

Rev. 22:5
“No night … no candle”

Rev. 22:10
“Seal not the sayings of the prophecy”

Rev. 22:13
“I come quickly … I am Alpha and Omega”; “I am the root and the offspring of David

Rev. 22:18
“If any man shall add unto these things … come Lord Jesus”

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