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Old Oct 18, '08, 8:52 am
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Default 70 timelines in the Seven Seals

God keeps to a pretty tight nit time line, from what I can tell about study history these are all the timelines I can come up with from the Bible...

Hope you like it

~Palmoni~

This is frustrating, So much time was spent drawing this timeline and I can't even post the picture !

Here in a link to the very detailed timeline of the seven seals!

http://98.130.188.154/Scroll%2003%20full.jpg

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Old Oct 18, '08, 10:25 am
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God keeps to a pretty tight nit time line, from what I can tell about study history these are all the timelines I can come up with from the Bible...

Hope you like it

~Palmoni~

This is frustrating, So much time was spent drawing this timeline and I can't even post the picture !

Here in a link to the very detailed timeline of the seven seals!

http://98.130.188.154/Scroll%2003%20full.jpg

This is the Thumbnail picture....
What rubbish!!
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Old Oct 18, '08, 12:12 pm
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Rubbish? lol ouch, can I ask why? any particular reason or point? I'd be interested to know what is wrong with it?
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Old Oct 18, '08, 12:17 pm
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God keeps to a pretty tight nit time line, from what I can tell about study history these are all the timelines I can come up with from the Bible...

Hope you like it

~Palmoni~

This is frustrating, So much time was spent drawing this timeline and I can't even post the picture !

Here in a link to the very detailed timeline of the seven seals!

http://98.130.188.154/Scroll%2003%20full.jpg

This is the Thumbnail picture....
That was complicated. Why predict the end when Jesus said that no one will know when the end will occur?

Stick with the truth that God has provided within his Church.

Try these:

Catechism 1038-1041

Are We Living in the Last Days?

Questioning the "Left Behind" Rapture
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Old Oct 18, '08, 1:32 pm
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It's not predicting anything, and No one knows the day or the hour. It's just what the scriptures say, for instance the last few verses in Daniel tell us the exact year of the end of days which is the end of the millenium... Seriously
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Rubbish? lol ouch, can I ask why? any particular reason or point? I'd be interested to know what is wrong with it?
To say scripture shows the end of days is in the year 3155 is RUBBISH.
That's as bad as those who claim scripture shows the earth is only 6000 years old.
Wake up and smell the coffee.
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This is frustrating, So much time was spent drawing this timeline and I can't even post the picture !
Be prepared for more disappointment.
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Old Oct 18, '08, 11:32 pm
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It's not predicting anything, and No one knows the day or the hour. It's just what the scriptures say, for instance the last few verses in Daniel tell us the exact year of the end of days which is the end of the millenium... Seriously
Catholics do not interpret Daniel or Revelations as you are. Looking at your assumptions or beliefs (?) to come up with your timeline...I wouldn't even know where to begin.

I guess the easiest is the Kingdom of God. Jesus established His Kingdom, while alive.

782 The People of God is marked by characteristics that clearly distinguish it from all other religious, ethnic, political, or cultural groups found in history:
- It is the People of God: God is not the property of any one people. But he acquired a people for himself from those who previously were not a people: "a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation."202
- One becomes a member of this people not by a physical birth, but by being "born anew," a birth "of water and the Spirit,"203 that is, by faith in Christ, and Baptism.
- This People has for its Head Jesus the Christ (the anointed, the Messiah). Because the same anointing, the Holy Spirit, flows from the head into the body, this is "the messianic people."
- "The status of this people is that of the dignity and freedom of the sons of God, in whose hearts the Holy Spirit dwells as in a temple."
- "Its law is the new commandment to love as Christ loved us."204 This is the "new" law of the Holy Spirit.205
- Its mission is to be salt of the earth and light of the world.206 This people is "a most sure seed of unity, hope, and salvation for the whole human race."
-Its destiny, finally, "is the Kingdom of God which has been begun by God himself on earth and which must be further extended until it has been brought to perfection by him at the end of time."

And second, I think you may find an understanding of Jewish symbolism to be useful in your studies. Please see this entry at the Jewish Encyclopedia regarding the sacred usage of numbers as symbols in ancient times (and writings).
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This is frustrating, So much time was spent drawing this timeline !
wow, you have spent a very good efforts drawing that, but why you didn't do that on a PC?

However, I wanted to do a research of all the prophets in the OT, do you know any website which shows me the duration of each prophet or king in the OT and which year each one started his service?
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Sam, God bless you. I pray for your safety every day!

This is a pretty good one, though it doesn't include Baruch. But it does mention him at the bottom of the page, so you can insert him if you want!

God keep you safe,

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Sam, God bless you. I pray for your safety every day!

This is a pretty good one, though it doesn't include Baruch. But it does mention him at the bottom of the page, so you can insert him if you want!

God keep you safe,

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The picture is dispensationalist drivel.

Remember that the Bible experts of 2000 years ago had it worked out according to their reading of the scripture what the Messiah was supposed to do when he came.

He came, and He didn't fulfill their agenda, and so they rejected Him.

Dispensationalists who are waiting for the Rapture will be among the first to fall down and worship Antichrist when he comes.
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Here in a link to the very detailed timeline of the seven seals!

http://98.130.188.154/Scroll%2003%20full.jpg

This is the Thumbnail picture....
Whoa - that must have taken forever to do. Hard to see it all on my PC screen. But peeking in on what I can see in sections it is obviously a lot of work.

How did you come up with the idea to do it? Were you trying to see things more clearly and put it down on paper, or did you already see it in your head and just put your ideas to paper?

I'm not a huge end times kind of guy so I'll just let the experts hash that part of it out. However, I do like relational drawings and I think this one is pretty good on that score.
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Old Oct 20, '08, 8:44 pm
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Thank you, Amoung Stangers, Yes it took ages and ages to do the drawings, and none of it really is guess work either if you go through it and through most of the other drawings everything makes sence. Every thing fits together perfectly as if it was one giant extremley complicated jigsaw puzzle.

I guess we'll all know soon huh :P
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So other than it being complete Rubbish, has anyone tried to take at least a half accepting glance at it, well thank you all for your coments, i'll see if I can figure out how to present it in a better light. Any suggestions, besides burning it lol?

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