Blessings fellow Doves. Here is an outline I found at the website of Hatikva ministries. The study is interesting, to say the least, and is presented for your prayerful consideration. For the full article and other messianic studies, you can go to www.hatikva.org and click on the articles section. May God bless you all in these last days!
The last ten kings of Judah relate to the seven years of the birthpains. We tested this theory every way possible and found that, without a doubt, the study of the ten kings was a major discovery! We also discovered that the eighth century BCE prophets taught the detail of the first 3 & 1/2 years while the seventh century BCE prophets taught the last 3 & 1/2 years.
What are the opening events of the Birthpains? This begins with Rosh haShanah, year 6001 and continues through the first ten days of that year. The events that occur within this short span of time are astounding. These events are:
Rosh haShanah - The Resurrection and Natzal (Rapture)
The Coronation of the Messiah & Wedding in Heaven
The Temple Services begin in Jerusalem
The 144,000 realize Yeshua is the Messiah and start to Israel
Tishri 1-7: Jewish population leaves USA, following the 144,000 sealed servants to Israel. A mixed multitude of non-Jews leaves the country with this group and heads to several different countries.
Tishri 8: Russia destroys the USA in a surprise nuclear attack. Europe is in a state of panic.
Tishri 9: The False Messiah takes over Europe in 1 hour. Ten Kings are sub-rulers under him. He also has a Religious leader who is known as the False Prophet. The religion that supports him is a false Christianity.
Tishri 10: The False Messiah makes a military treaty with Israel. The Two Witnesses begin their service in Israel. Russia attacks Europe with conventional warfare.
Year One – The reign of King Yotham (Jotham)
The Russians are fighting and winning a conventional war in Europe. The two witnesses are ministering in Israel. The 144,000 are working in Israel. The Temple services are being conducted in Jerusalem.
Year Two – The reign of King Ahaz
The Russians are fighting and winning a conventional war in Europe. The Arab countries of Syria and Saudi Arabia, along with the Palestinians, attack. Israel is cut in half and about to fall when Russia comes to Israel’s aid. Damascus is then destroyed by the Russians.
Year Three – The reign of King Chizkiyahu (Hezekiah)
The Russians are fighting and winning a conventional war in Europe. The two witnesses serve in Israel. The 144,000 are working in Israel. The Temple services are being conducted in Jerusalem. A confederacy (conspiracy) is made in Heshbon, Jordan to destroy Israel. This confederacy includes Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, the Palestinians, and the Russians.
At the turn of the year, Rosh haShanah, Year 6004, Russia and her allies stun Israel with a surprise attack. Many Jews flee to Europe and seek safety from the advancing Russian armies. The Israeli army is defeated by the overwhelming alliance in the north. Even though this is technically the following year, it is still considered the third year (something that is peculiar to the festivals of Rosh haShanah and Sukkot). Hezekiah is the king who teaches the detail of this invasion known as the Invasion of Gog and Magog.
Russia is defeated on Yom Kippur, year 6004. All of Israel realizes and accepts that Yeshua is their Messiah sent to redeem them. Many Jordanians also accept Yeshua as their Messiah. These ten days are the second significant Rosh haShanah and Yom Kippur during the birthpains.
The Halfway Point
Year Four – The reign of King Manashe (Manassah)
European armies under the False Messiah invade and defeat a weakened Russia.
Adar 10 : The False Prophet sets up the Abomination of Desolations in the Temple. Actually, there are two statues erected. One, a crucifix and the other a Madonna. Jews begin to flee toward the valleys of Jordan.
Nisan 10 : The False Messiah enters Jerusalem and goes into the Temple. He claims to be Jesus. The False Messiah then slays the two witnesses, to the joy of most of the world, and their bodies lay in the streets of Jerusalem. Jews flee in mass to Jordan where they are aided by the believing Jordanians. A large group goes to Petra with the Mishkan(Tabernacle) that was constructed sometime during the first years of the birthpains. The other valleys that the Jews will flee to are known at this time.
Nisan 14, noon : the two witnesses are resurrected by G-d in plain sight of everyone and ascend into heaven. An army is sent against the fleeing Jews by the False Messiah and is destroyed by an earthquake. More armies are sent, but they are unable to penetrate the protection of G-d upon the Israelis. The False Messiah has now re-located his armies and headquarters in Israel. False Christianity claims to be the true Israel. The 144,000 go to work among the non-Jews. The False Messiah declares war on all believers in Yeshua. Jews that fled to Europe when the Russians invaded have become believers in Yeshua and are taken to death camps by the False Messiah.
Year Five – The reign of King Amon.
The 144,000 work among the non-Jews. The False Messiah hunts down believers while the European army is maintained by the False Messiah, trying to get to the Jews in hiding. Somewhere during this period, the False Messiah institutes laws concerning the following: times and seasons, buying and selling and the mark of the False Messiah (6,6,6). The Asian armies march out of the East and the African armies march out of the South to attack the False Messiah in the Middle East.
The sixth year – The reign of Yoshiyahu (Josiah)
The 144,000 work among the non-Jews. The False Messiah hunts down believers while the European army is maintained by the False Messiah in Jordan, trying to get to the Jews in hiding. There is a great move among many non-Jews as they turn away from the False Messiah and believe in Yeshua. These non-Jewish believers are Torah observant and anti-idolatry. The battle of Armageddon begins, as a non-Jewish army of believers in Yeshua (probably due in a large part to efforts of the 144,000) goes to fight the False Messiah, who is on his way to aid the Russians, now his subjects, who are attacked by the Asian armies.
The seventh year – the reigns of Yehoiahaz (Jehoiahaz), Jehoiakim (Jehoiakim), Yehoiachin (Jehoiachin), and Zedekiah.
The 144,000 work among the non-Jews while the False Messiah hunts down the believers. A great move among many non-Jews continues as they turn away from the False Messiah and believe in Yeshua. These non-Jewish believers are Torah observant and anti-idolatry and face death for their faith. The battle of Haran, between the Russian forces under the False Messiah and the armies of Asia, is fought. The armies of Asia are victorious. The battle of Carchemish, between the False Messiah and the armies of Asia also results in a victory for the Asian forces. The Asian armies then move against the False Messiahs’ troops that are trying to get to the Jews in hiding in the Jordanian valleys. The siege of Jerusalem begins. The African armies and the armies of Asia attack the False Messiah within the city. Half of Jerusalem falls.
Rosh haShanah – The end of the seven years.
The Messiah comes with His army of glorified saints out of the Southeast. He arrives first at Petra where a great celebration takes place. The Messiah and His army sing The New Song. This song is based on a new 10-note musical scale that will only be possible when Messiah arrives.
Yamin Noraim (The Awesome Days) – The end of the seven years.
Yeshua engages in battle and destroys the armies of the False Messiah and the armies of Asia as He advances on Jerusalem. Believers from Jordanian refuge valleys start making their way to Jerusalem
Yom Kippur – The end of the seven years.
As Yeshua comes to Jerusalem, the Shofar haGadol (the Great Shofar) sounds. He stands on the Mount of Olives at the site where the red heifer is slain. An earthquake occurs splitting the Mount of Olives to the north and south. The Hinnon Valley is made large by this earthquake. The new valley (not the Hinnon) created by the earthquake runs southeast to Azal, the location where the Azazel goat was slain during Temple ceremonies on Yom Kippur. The non-Jewish believers around Jerusalem take refuge in this valley. The Dead Sea erupts in fire as the oil and flammable gasses trapped beneath are released by the earthquake.
The armies besieging Jerusalem and those of the False Messiah are slain as they battle Messiah and His army. Their efforts prove futile.
The False Messiah and False Prophet flee Jerusalem and are captured in the plain of Jericho. They are taken to Azal. The coastline of the Sea of Fire (Dead Sea) now reaches up to this point. The False Messiah and False Prophet are cast off into the sea alive and the Shani cloth turns white. Great rejoicing breaks out in Jerusalem among the believers.
Angels are sent throughout the world. They gather the unrighteous to the Tophet at Jerusalem for the judgment of the nations, and the believers (both Jewish and Non-Jewish) to Jerusalem for the upcoming Sukkot celebration.
During the days between Yom Kippur and Sukkot, at the end of the seven years, the judgment of the nations occurs. The unrighteous are slain and left for the birds and animals to eat. The Tophet becomes the trash dump of Jerusalem.
Sukkot at the end of the seven years.
Coronation of Yeshua and the establishment of the Kingdom on earth. The great wedding ceremony begins.
Season of our joy. The Mishkan (Tabernacle) is set up in Jerusalem and used for the Sukkot festivities as the Temple must be cleansed before use. During this period the administration of the kingdom will be instituted.