* Birth of Christ, Matt. ii. 2.
† Death and Resurrection of Christ, John xix., xx.
A. Ascension of Christ, Acts i.
D. Descent of the Holy Ghost, Acts ii.
CHURCH. Spoken of as the Body of Christ, when
it is a question of life, Eph. i. 22, 23; iii. 3-6; Col, i. 25-27; and as the Bride of Christ, when it is a
question of love, Matt. ix. 15; John iii. 29; Eph.
RAPTURE. Translation of the saints who, like
Enoch, are caught up to meet Christ in the air,
1 Thess. iv. 17.
M. Christ meeting His Bride, 1 Thess. iv. 17.
T. Period of unequalled tribulation to the world,
Matt. xxiv. 21, during which—the Church having
been taken out—God begins to deal with Israel again,
and will restore them to their own land, Isa. xi. 11;
Acts xv. 16. Antichrist will be revealed, 2 Thess.
ii. 8. The vials of God’s wrath poured out, Rev.
vi. xix. Israel accepts Christ and is brought through
the fire, Zech. xiii. 9.
REV. The revelation of Christ and His saints in
flaming fire to execute judgment on the earth, Jude
14,15. This is Christ’s second coming to the earth,
Matt. xxiv. 24, 29, 30.
J. Judgment of the nations, or the quick, Matt.
xxv. 31-46. Antichrist is destroyed, 2 Thess. ii. 8.
The beast and the false prophet are taken, Rev. xix.
20. Gog and his allies are smitten, Ezek. xxxviii.,
Xxx1x. Satan is bound, Rev. xx. 1-3.
R. T. Resurrection of the tribulation saints,
which completes the first resurrection, Rev. xx. 4-6.
MILL’M. The Millennium. Christ’s glorious
reign on earth for 1000 years with His Bride, Rev.
S. Satan loosed for a little season, and destroyed
with Gog and Magog, Rev. xx. 7-10.
RES. The resurrection of judgment, Rev. xx.
J. W. T. Judgment at the Great White Throne of
all the remaining dead, Rev. xx. 11-15. Death and
Hades destroyed, Rev. xx. 14.
E. E. Eternity, or rather, the eons to come,
Eph. ii. 7.