The word Revelation means “an uncovering, unveiling, a disclosure of truth.” No human interpretation can reveal its meaning. But Jesus Christ can—and has—unlocked it!

In Luke 21 Jesus preaches a sermon about the End of the World. The end of the world is easier to comprehend when we can compare it to the world around us. That is what Jesus does. He points to things they knew and said amplify that, multiply that-exponentially, then you will understand what is coming. Basically Jesus describes a Global Final Holocaust-not merely of Jews and Christians-but of humans!

Within that message is what amounts to a survival guide to believers who have to exist during the Final Holocaust.

Will Christians Experience the Great Tribulation?

Although the believers He is addressing are Tribulation saints, Jewish believers, and those saved through the ministry of the 144,000 Jewish evangelists and the Two Witnesses-the lessons have deep implications for us living in the days just prior to those events.

For us today, Christ’s words are a call for us to be ready for the onset of the worst time in history. It will begin after the Church is raptured, but the climate of the Tribulation is already here. Are you prepared to survive the storms before the final storm?

Several years ago across the world, dignitaries marked the 60th Anniversary of the liberation of the grisly death camp complex called Auschwitz.

Hitler’s Holocaust, horrible as it was murdering over six million Jews alone—pales when compared to the Final Holocaust. Briefly, here are the facts:

About 1.5 million people died at Auschwitz, of whom about 1.2 million were Jewish. That means that 1/5th of the six million Jews exterminated by Hitler died in this complex. Other groups of people who died included Polish political prisoners, Soviet prisoners of war, Gypsies, people with disabilities and prisoners of conscience or religious faith.

The complex contained three camps and at least 36 sub-camps which were built outside the town of Oswiecim, on an isolated 40 sq km site, between 1940 and 1942.

There is an incredible comparison that can be drawn from Auschwitz and the Great Tribulation.

• Most scholars see the first half of the seven year final period of the earth’s history to be


  1. “… that means we are gone and will escape everything, right? Yes, exactly, we will miss every part of the TRIBULATION, but we will probably go through some of the worst days we have ever seen before it starts. And that is what Jesus is pointing out to us in Luke 21 …”
    This is vital for the Church to recognize in our day! The rapture, IF it occurs before the beginning of the seven year tribulation period, is not an “escape clause,” as though we can avoid problems. Furthermore, if Jesus is coming unannounced, as He clearly teaches, we have the responsibility to prepare as many of the lost as we can, to warn them and encourage them to become followers of our Lord! Marantha, even so, come Lord Jesus!


    1. Here at aoc we are in constant prayer for souls-Souls-SOULS to be saved, including our own. The world is a mad house filled with demons and is worsening every split second. Who will escape? Escape more suffering? The world in the present system, is a suffering place. Death is a transitioning of our souls but to where—more surfing, refinement or into God’s Heavenly Glory? The battle for saving our souls is now. The Great Tribulation aka: I call Satan’s bonfire, is straight ahead and fast approaching. I believe that many will die during the Great Tribulation. We can die in Christ. Spreading the Gospel now and everywhere and with everyone is a weapon against Satan’s full range of plans. The internet is a one in a lifetime opportunity to spread the gospel. The Lord is our Shepherd no matter what.🕊🕊✝️🕊

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