Our Lord's fantastic 4 part Salvation Plan
Testimony, No testimony, Testimony, Waiting + Receiving the Promise!
Two examples of our Final Great Tribulation
Before we go into detail about the 4 part Salvation Plan we must acknowledge two examples of this Final Great Tribulation, The Ten Virgins and Noah's Flood. Although neither one exhibits all 4 stages, they both represent what occurs after Judgment Day.
* The Waiting Period (Both waited until the Door was opened)
* Arriving in the midst of the Lord (Entered the Bridegroom's House & A New Earth)
* Giving thanks to the Lord (In both instances celebrated with a feast of thanksgiving)
Four parts leading into the midst of the Lord
God has shown us examples all through His scripture of His salvation plan. Each example consistently follows the same pattern of: 1. a time of testimony, 2. a time of no testimony, 3. a time of testimony again, 4. then a time of waiting. These four salvation parts always lead up to the receiving of His Promise of being in the midst of the Lord. God exemplifies this in different ways in the following examples:
These first 4 examples all follow Jesus' full 4 part salvation plan which demonstrates the 1335 days of starting with a period of Testimony and ending with a feast. Notice even though we'll be Raptured we still need to complete the full salvation plan in Heaven with the Feast of Tabernacles.
* Our final salvation period
* Jesus' salvation period
* Judah's salvation period
* Jacob's salvation period
The final 3 examples are extremely precise examples of the 4 part salvation plan yet lack the feast at the very end:
* Paul's salvation plan
* Elijah's salvation plan
* Jonah's salvation plan