Is the great multitude seen in heaven who came out of great tribulation in Rev. 7:9-17 between the opening of the 6th and 7th seal also the same group as the martyred saints seen on the sea of glass in heaven in Rev. 15:2 who got the victory over the mark of the beast? Or are they two different groups of saints which would possibly indicate two separate resurrections? That would mean a resurrection after the opening of the 6th seal but before the 7th seal is opened which would also be before any of the 7 trumpets are sounded, and the next resurrection would happen awhile after the 7th seal is opened but after the 1st thru 7th trumpets are sounded. The 7th trumpet announces the third woe and Satan and his fallen angels being thrown down from heaven and isn't it during these 42 months that the beast beheads those saints who won't worship him and his image, but this resurrection of martyred and beheaded saints would take place right before the 7 vials of wrath are poured out on the earth. So doesn't it look like there are two separate resurrections in Rev. 7:9-17 and Rev. 15:2? I don't see how the great multitude in heaven could be the saints that are martyred later on for not taking the mark of the beast since the great multitude is already up in heaven between the opening of the 6th and the 7th seal while the group of martyred saints aren't seen on the sea of glass until after the 7th seal is opened and after the 1st thru 7th trumpets are blown. Does anyone else have any thoughts regarding this?I also realize that some believe that the 24 elders represent the born again true believers already being in heaven before any of the seals are open, but I was wondering about these two other groups of saints. I can't think of how the great multitude could be the same group of martyred believers that appear later on the sea of glass in heaven.Isn't it possible that the first resurrection mentioned in Rev. 20:6 is a type of resurrection into eternal life no matter what time or how many times a resurrection of believers takes place rather than it just being one resurrection of all believers at the same time since Jesus did say in John 11:25, "I am the resurrection and the life (eternal life): he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live: and whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die. Believest thou this?" The other type of resurrection would be to the resurrection of damnation (John 5:29, Rev. 20:5, 20:10-15).