Essay On Seven Bowl Judgments

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Future Event Number Ten:
The Seven Bowl Judgments
The third segment of judgments is called the seven bowl judgments, and here, there are seven vials, called bowls, that are full of God’s wrath and being poured out on the earth. These are the most agonizing, and lethal plagues to ever hit mankind.
“And I saw another sign in heaven, great and marvellous, seven angels having the seven last plagues; for in them is filled up the wrath of God” (Revelation 15:1). These judgments are specifically aimed at the unconverted and the aim is twofold. First, they aim to complete the vengeance earned by defying Almighty God, who during this time will not allow intercessory prayers according to Revelation 15:7–8.
Secondly, they aim to finally persuade the wicked to reject wickedness and the devil, and choose the path to life. It is noticeable that the first personal act of God to mankind was redemptive, (God covered man’s nakedness with sheep skin), and his final act before salvation doors are closed are also redemptive, (God reached out his hand to save mankind, but the offer will be totally rejected). Every rational person
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The final salvo will include lightning, and thunder, but most savage of all, a mighty earthquake that will be so terrible that countries shall be ripped apart, whole towns and cities knocked down, islands pushed far out of position, and mountains flattened like pancakes.
The great city of Babylon, referring to Rome, or rebuilt Babylon in Iraq, or Jerusalem, or the epicenter of anti-Christ activity, will be torn into three bits, and with nowhere to hide are hit with mighty hailstones and crushed into pulp. Those lucky to escape will soon be joining battle at Armageddon, where all the wicked alive will do battle for the very last
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