Seven Trumpets of The Apocalypse

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Seven trumpets are sounded, one at a time, to cue apocalyptic events that have been seen in the vision of the Revelation of Christ Jesus, by John of Patmos, as written in the Book of Revelation of the New Testament. The seven trumpets are sounded the events that follow are described in detail and by seven angels. Based on Revelation 8:1-2, the angels after the are sounded by sound these breakage of the seventh seal. These seals fixed the file that was apocalyptic, that was in the right hand of Him who sits on the throne that was primary.


First trumpet

Upon the first trumpet sound, fire and hail, mixed with blood, is thrown to the World burning up all green grass, and a third in the world. (Revelation 8:7)

Second trumpet

By the second trumpet something is cued by it like a great burning mountain that wipes out a third of all sea life and boats and plunges into the sea. A third of the oceans will become blood. (Revelation 8:8-9)

Third trumpet

By the sound of the trumpet that was third, an excellent star called Wormwood falls a third of the freshwater sources that were planets, like springs and rivers. Guys will die from drinking its bitter flavor. (Revelation 8:10-11)


Fourth trumpet

From these celestial bodies being hit, a third of the light that beams in the Sun, moon and stars became dim following the sounding of the fourth trumpet. This disaster caused whole darkness for a third of a day, during the day, even through nighttime hours.(Revelation 8:12)

Fifth trumpet

The fifth trumpet sound is the first Woe of three. Before this trumpet sounds, an angel appears, flying in mid-heaven, and warns, Woe, woe, woe, to those that dwell on the planet earth, due to the remaining blasts of the trumpet of the three angels who are about to sound!

The fifth trumpet prompts a personified star to fall from paradise. The star is given the key. The smoke that rises out, darkens the atmosphere and blocks the sun after opening it. Then from out of the smoke, the Locusts were unleashed. They were scorpion tailed warhorses. Their hair was like that of a womans and flew with locust-like wings. They were crowned with golden crowns and shielded with iron like breastplates. They were ordered to torment by using their scorpion any guy who will not have the seal of God on their brow – . It was made clear to them they mustn’t kill anyone during their five-month assignment of torment. (Revelation 9:1-12)

Sixth trumpet

Five months after the trumpet blast that is fifth, the sixth one sounds. That is the Second woe, where four angels are released to the great river Euphrates from their binds. They control a brute force of 200 million mounted troops whose horses dissipate plague from outside of their mouths fire, smoke, and brimstone. The mounted horsemen wore breastplates with the colour of hyacinth, fire, and brimstone. The horses had a lions head and their tails were like a serpent, in spite of a snake head. They have been accountable for the deaths of a third of humanity who are hit by the plague that emanated from these militaries. (Revelation 9:13-21)

Seventh trumpet

The sound of the seventh trumpet indicates the Third woe. That is the woe that is closing and the final trumpet sound. Loud voices in heaven proclaim Christ as ruler ever under the Kingdom of our Lord and forever. Thanks is given to God, the Almighty and compliments for the wrath that came, the deceased who were judged, and the bondservants rewarded. The temple of God in paradise subsequently opened and the Ark of the covenant appeared in His temple. Subsequently lightning and peals of thunder happened followed by an earthquake and an excellent hailstorm. (Revelation 11:15-19)