A Graphic View Of The Last Days – Timelines, Part 1

It’s time to start adding some visuals to what I’ve been talking about, and this seems to be the most important one to lead off with:

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Why is this so important?

We have forgotten Israel and Jerusalem!

If I forget thee, O Jerusalem, let my right hand forget her cunning.

 – Psalm 137:5

We’ve done that, and it’s time to stop. The Redemption of Israel plays a key role in how the Last Days play out, and we’ve let fabulists (makers of fables) distract us from this important moment in time.

Jacob WILL Return to God, and not in the way that popular fables like to portray it.

(Expect more detailed timelines and even maps to follow)


I truly hope that you’ll be ready for this

A prudent man foreseeth the evil, and hideth himself: but the simple pass on, and are punished.Proverbs 22:3


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30 thoughts on “A Graphic View Of The Last Days – Timelines, Part 1”

  1. Well, I guess my “Chuck” nickname failed to register. Will hopefully talk to you soon after service; I’m stuck at home watching it.

    • No, it works fine. I’m just slow to get to comments, since there are a lot of things that I need to do after I publish each piece. I will always know who you are by your email address, so you could call yourself ‘Bill’ and it wouldn’t matter. Everyone else will think that you’re Bill. – JL

    • Ouch. What an awful video. The guy who did it doesn’t understand God, or why there is a Hell. To be fair, I don’t understand Hell, either. But, I trust God that His reasons are perfect. As Paul said, we see through a glass darkly*, but one day… we will see everything clearly. – JL

      * 1 Corinthians 13:12

      • I haven’t watched any of his other videos – and frankly, I don’t really want to – but every single video he does is an attack on Christians. For example, there’s titles like, “When Christians Say Atheists Just ‘Deny God'”, “Christian Excuses for Hell”, “How Christians Cope with the Mediocrity of Their Own Religion”, “Mike Winger Says ADHD is Not an Excuse for Sin”, et cetera, et cetera.
        He seems like the atheist version of Protestia.com (who need to repent for defending MacArthur and Peters; I was happy you finally called them out last week), as it also looks like he does videos against so-called ‘Christians’ or ‘christians’ who say Hollywood reveals the Gospel, et cetera. Maybe that’s his excuse for why he thinks Christians are bad people; maybe he thinks following God’s commands is a burden; again, I frankly don’t wanna know, but I pray that he might open his heart to Christ one day, as he said he used to be a Christian, but “deconverted”.

        It’s terrible that men like these are going to suffer the eternal consequences of what they are doing if they don’t repent soon. It’s sad for me to see such men fallen, and it’s all because of what the church has done against God, which I’m fairly sure is the reason for why people today “deconvert”. It’s the church who will be judged first, I know, and the evil men and women who lead the church today will be judged far more harshly by God than any unbeliever, along with all us Christians who sat by and did nothing. It sucks, but God is Good, and He is holy, so we can trust in Him that He will lead us to get the job done before we come home.

        I have still yet to be baptized, but I pray that one day, it will come.

        By the way, yesterday (February 22nd; typing this at 5:36 AM on February 23rd here), I went to the dentists’ in a little town in Kansas – which is nearby where I live here in Missouri and where my maternal grandma lives – and we were talking about what I was going to do after high school. I stated my job possibility, and then I said, and I’m paraphrasing, “I’ll just let God reveal His plans for me.” The woman who did the cleaning happily approved of that.

        It’s nice to see such approval of God from people, even though it was a bit vague.

        I will write to you soon when I have more to say, God willing.

        Yours in Christ,
        Chuck 🙂

  2. Yesterday, February 23rd, my client wasn’t at school yesterday. I walked down and back when I was stopped by this girl who asked me to give her a Bible verse. I gave her one from James. Then these two guys came next to me, and one of them told me that he had smoked marijuana one day. After the fact, I couldn’t tell if he was being serious or if he was lying to me, but I forgot to forgive him, and I pray I can see this fellow again so I can. All I told him was to repent and give all his life to Christ, and that was it. They know what I am doing, along with a few other people I’ve given the Message of Christ to, but I know for a fact that a few girls are still in sin, so I pray dearly that God would open their hearts in full one day, whether by my preaching or by their simple confessions. Those same people say I should be a pastor, but I digress.

    Thought I would tell you that story, since growth in Christ and humility towards others is what is right.

    God Bless!

  3. The random guy didn’t show up today (the one who said to me, “I smoked marijuana”).
    In other news… my brother has a math competition and my sister has an archery tournament tomorrow (or today considering where you live).

    God Bless!

    • Complete garbage. I’ve heard his arguments before, and they should be ignored. There is more to the Civil War than just slavery. Some of it was an attempt by Britain to break America apart and take over. Revisionism on the Right is just as bad as revisionism on the Left. – JL

  4. My client “Tobias”, to keep his identity secret, has not been at school lately. I think he is really sick, and I pray that God will lift his afflictions. Could you please pray for him and his family, too? Thank you.

    Yours in Christ,
    Chuck 🙂

  5. Dear Brother John,

    I will try to keep this post as short as possible, but I must say this because I am compelled to.

    I still feel the great temptation of what I’ve done in the past. I felt it yesterday (February 28th), and I gave in. I repent of it sincerely, and I wish I could take it back. I continue to pray for the way of escape, whatever it may be, that this temptation may cease.

    I posted this to tell you where I am at mentally, and the fact that I continue to struggle with the burdens of my past and my Autism should tell you, even though you’re not a feelings guy, what I am going through.
    I know that the Lord will chasten and strengthen me, because it’s for my own good. I think getting up late this morning was my chastening anyway, and I’m glad I have Internet so I can write this.

    Oh yeah, Internet. Almost forgot to tell you that. My bad.

    Last week, my Internet, on my computer only, kept connecting and disconnecting constantly. Whenever it was disconnected and I tried to connect it, sometimes I felt like I was defying God for something, and I have repented of this, because I feel He was trying to tell me something. There was one night especially when Dad and I were trying to watch a video on a school night, and the Internet disconnected constantly so much that it wouldn’t play, so I let out a “Screw you” to my Internet, which I personally felt was directed towards God, and I have greatly repented of this.
    I hope to find a church that will baptize me soon; maybe my cousin’s, maybe somebody else’s.

    Until then, I will keep enduring in Christ until the end, that the great temptation may cease for good.
    In Jesus’ Name, I pray,

    Yours in Christ,

    • Hey Chuck,

      This is difficult. Everyone has a specific set of chronic temptations that are seemingly impossible to overcome. And, the Internet has made all of it, many many times worse. If I could turn off the Internet, everywhere, all over the world, I would do it without hesitation or remorse.

      I am horrified by what Satan has accomplished using the web. And, things will only get worse until the God turns the lights out – which He will do.

      I am praying for you brother. God is merciful and will provide a way of escape. Never stop the struggle against sin.

      Yours in Christ,

      John Little
      Revelation Six

  6. Today at school, there was a substitute teacher in my English class. I know him from before, because he’s substituted other classes I’ve had.
    Anyway, he saw my cross necklace – which was made in Jerusalem – and asked me if I was a Christian. I said, “Yes.” He said that he was a Christian, too, and he also told me that he pastors a church. Because of that, I gave him the links to your books and this website on a piece of paper, so hopefully he’ll come to these and look into them. I’ll bet that either his mind will be blown, or like yourself and my parents, he’ll think you’re a cuckoo.
    One thing I forgot to do was to tell him to warn his congregation. Oops.
    But, I hope he sees into your books and site and learns something new, just like I did. That was my warning to him.
    It’s always nice to see a fellow Christian, and to warn him about what is to come.

    Yours in Christ,
    Chuck 🙂

    • I would be shocked if he didn’t think that I was nuts. So, if he thinks I’m crazy, it’s okay. My favorite pastors think that I’m a couple planes short of an air force. – JL

      PS. But, thanks for sharing the books. I really appreciate that.

  7. Hey John. I’m at Grandma’s right now as I post this, so hear me out.
    I am going to watch my church service that just happened after I post this. I regret not starting it back at home, but my brother was taking a shower, Mom was ready to go, and I didn’t know how long my brother would take. So, because the service is done streaming, I’m going to see what I missed after I post this.
    I talk to myself a bunch. Like, out loud, in a room all by myself, whether it’s my own room or my bathroom, and my other family members can hear me. I often rehearse what I would say to my parents about certain subjects I wholeheartedly disagree with them on, in the world of politics and theology, that is. However, I know that the Bible says that the Holy Spirit will speak through us to rebuke others in the heat of the moment, so it isn’t entirely possible to remember every rebuke you thought of in your head to tell another person, especially when it’s in your own parents.
    Anyway, my dad overheard me i the bathroom talking about how I would rebuke him on the “global warming” stuff that he falls for. Before I entered my room, he called what I said about “global warming”, “baloney!”After that, he was bringing a couple clothes to my room, and then he used the “And you will hear of…” verses from the Bible as an excuse. I then tried, and I really do mean TRIED, to explain to him that it was the political idea of it I had a problem with, but he dismissed me and walked away before I could say anything more to him.
    Aside from homosexuality/trangederism and abortion, he always agrees with the Democrats on a lot of things. Though he does have some common sense about certain things that the Democrat Party doesn’t, like supporting the police, for example, he hasn’t even heard about the extreme far-Left people and what they believe in. Oh, how CNN and MSNBC can ruin lives like my paternal grandparents’! 🙁
    Everything I’ve seen from people like you, Paul Joseph Watson, and a few others, when I try to explain to my dad, he always dismisses it. Last year, I remember talking about the Rittenhouse thing, to which he said something along the lines of he shot up a Wal-Mart, shot at black people, or some fake news bullsquat like that (be glad I didn’t swear). We all know that’s not true, of course; even Wikipedia, when they laid out the timeline, knows what happened, although they sided with the Lefties’ responses, as they always do.
    He dismisses the notion that there’s a “far-Left” when I mentioned that to him last year, and he thinks that he’s so wise, since he is my dad after all, to explain to me that the Democrats are very much right about most things and that the Republicans are a bunch of rednecks from Oklahoma and Texas who want to insert voter ID laws harsh for black people and are racist and… and… and…
    I’m having a hard time even explaining all of this.
    My mom shows slightly more behavior of rebuking than my dad, but she sadly is okay with homos and abortionists running out and about, even though she does criticize some of the behavior. She thinks that conservatives who hate Obama are racist for criticizing him. She thinks that Lizzo is a cool singer because she’s overweight like my mom. You know she’s going to die from diabetes, right? My maternal grandma suffers from obesity and diabetes, so I find it to be an insult to fund this “body positivity” movement.
    I could go on and on, but I’m gonna have a hard time explaining all this, so I’ll just end it here.
    In other news, my brother and mother went three hours to another town yesterday for a math competition (my brother’s a part of it), so they got up super early in the morning to go pick up two of Tanner’s friends for a carpool because he had to be to this town by 8:00 AM. Me and Dad watched my sister play archery at the college here in town as well.
    God help us all throughout these coming days; cognitive dissonance and cowardice run sky high.

    Yours in Christ,

    • Hi Chuck,

      Okay, let’s back up a bit.

      Please be careful about the ‘rebuke’ thing. Here’s what Paul said in 1 Timothy 5:1:

      5 Rebuke not an elder, but intreat him as a father; and the younger men as brethren;

      You do not need to agree with your dad about anything, but you should avoid rebuking him at all costs. He’s your dad, and we are called by God to honor our fathers and mothers. This is hard to do when you strongly disagree with your parents, but it is what God wants for us.

      Second, Paul Joseph Watson is a foul person of vile morality. And, he gets things wrong… almost all the time. Yes, there are things out there that are outrageous. And, he spends a lot of time yelling about them. But, he’s also a complete hypocrite.

      You’ll notice that I’ve stepped away from expressing my own outrage at what is going on. (Except on Twitter.)


      It doesn’t help.

      More importantly, the madness afflicting our society is from God. Because of our sins, God has handed us over to Satan. And, it cannot be stopped.

      I know that it’s hard to be quiet in the face of outrageous lies and the foulest kinds of evil. But, choose carefully. Try to find common ground. Start with where you agree with your dad.

      All of this is hard. And, I sympathize with this struggle. But seek the way of peace, honor and love.

      Having said that, if you follow me on Twitter, you will see my own struggle to keep calm in the face of insanity.

      Do your best, and remember that teenagers are hard to live with. It’s sounds like your mom and dad are living with some.

      Oh, and don’t forget to work on a sense of humor. You’ll need it.

      Keep up the good work, brother. You are doing better than you think.

      Yours in Christ,

      John Little
      Revelation Six

  8. Golly! I got so many comments written on one page that I don’t know how you’ll be able to respond!
    Keep in mind that I am being patient for your reply, since there’s a lot I’m sure you have to do right now.
    Oh, and my “client” finally came back to school on Friday after about six school days of absence. I prayed and I prayed that he would come back, and thank God he did.

  9. After hearing the truth about the “vaccines”, I want to tell you this:
    In 2021, I got two shots of the “vaccine”. Those are the only shots I got, thankfully. I never got COVID, though, and I feel like the people who got the disease are the ones who suffer horribly from these shots.
    Will I go to hell for getting these two shots? Is this a potential precursor to the Beast system, because I know that in Revelation 20 it says that ONLY those who did NOT receive the Mark of the Beast will make it into heaven, not even if they repent of it. Even though I felt and still feel completely fine after the two shots, I still feel like there could be a danger to this, looking back to what you said about a couple years ago about them when they were still in development.
    I’m just really worried about this. Could you please put my worries to rest? Thank you, and thank God.

    Yours in Christ,
    Chuck 🙂

    • Hi Chuck,

      Be careful about ANY ‘truth’ you hear about the vaccines. Always always be skeptical about hysteria of any kind. There might be some truth behind the fears, but usually very little. Most of all, YOU WILL NOT GO TO HELL ‘cuz you took the shots, but the people telling you that… might.

      We live in an age of fantastic disinformation. Some of it comes from well-meaning individuals who don’t have an ounce of sense. Some comes from diabolical persons of uncertain parentage who need to be in jail. Most of it gets repeated over and over and over and over, gaining a life of its own – just by people repeating it.

      There might be some bad side effects for some people who got the shot and/or got Covid. Most will be fine. I personally know of no one who suffered vaccine injury, but I had good friends die of Covid.

      Most of all, remember that the Mark of the Beast is a MARK. ON your hand or forehead. It will be a tattoo. It will NOT be a chip. It will not be a vaccine or any kind of drug. It will be visible to the naked eye, and it will be a part of the worship of the Antichrist.

      There are too many foolish men and women speaking of things that they know nothing about, and it makes me hopping mad to see them do this. And, I’m sorry that you got afflicted by their nonsense.

      And yes, I understand completely how you can fall for such foolishness. We are all vulnerable to such things, in one way or another. I’ve had my share of errors, so you aren’t a bad person for wondering if these charlatans are right.

      I’m sorry that I took so long to respond, I’ve been neck deep in three different projects, and I’m not very good at multi-tasking sometimes.

      Keep up the good work, Chuck.

      Yours in Christ,

      John Little
      Revelation Six

  10. My grandma has passed away. 🙁
    She was seventy-seven years old; she would’ve turned seventy-eight on May 31st this year.
    She died peacefully at a hospital in Springfield, and her funeral will probably be not be for three more weeks. Until it comes, we’ll be sorting out stuff from her house and so on.
    I know what Jesus said about following Him first and letting the dead bury their own, and that is certainly true since Jesus said it Himself. I know God will see me through this family event, but I know that He knew when Grandma’s time was up.
    I loved my grandma. She was probably the most moral of the family. When she needed stuff done, we would do it. She gave to her community and cared for others, despite her obesity and bad legs. The only issue was her female-pastor-led church, but that’s irrelevant now.
    I did the best I could to tell her to read her Bible again, but now I can’t do anymore to help her, which really makes me sad inside. “I love you,” were the last words I said to her on Sunday afternoon as we left. The next night, she broke her leg, got a rod in at the hospital, and, just as my bad feelings predicted, she passed away today at the hospital.
    I just wish she could be alive longer.
    However, I know to follow Christ first before anything else, and so that is what I will do throughout the rest of my life. Follow Christ first; mourn later.
    I will be going to Iowa to see my paternal grandparents in two weeks, and then the next week will hopefully be Grandma’s funeral.
    I know that the Lord will see me through all of this, even though it is personally devastating.

    I loved my grandma, but I love the Lord above all things, and I know He had to end her time in this world. I just don’t know where she went. She called herself a Christian and tried to love the Lord well, but I don’t know where she went, considering what Jesus said about those who say, “Lord, Lord…” but aren’t actual Christians.

    On a different note, thank you for replying to my other comments. I know you’re busy and all, and I was being patient.

    Yours in Christ,
    Chuck 🙂

    • Her last words to me, after I told her I loved her as I headed out the door, were…
      “I love you, too, Charlie.” 🙂

        • Ask your mom. She will be the one who needs you most. By the way, when Jesus said “Let the dead bury the dead,” it was in response to an objection to following Him. Our Lord also requires us to take care of those family members in need. And since you are doing that, keep up the good work. – JL

    • I’m so sorry about your grandmother, Chuck. It’s never easy to have someone that special pass away. I’m glad that she was the kind of person that you will miss so much. – JL

  11. Here at Grandma’s half of the duplex for the last time, having our last sleepover over here. I wish she was here, but God’s ways are perfect, and I know when it’s time to lose things. :'(


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