(Ezekiel 37:1-10; 47:8; Hosea 6:1-3; Revelation 8:8)
The most famous prophecy of end-time revival came from Hosea, who said, “After two days, He will revive us. On the third day, He will raise us up…. He will come to us like the rain, like the latter and former rain to the earth.”1Hosea 6:2-3
The former rain is the rain that falls at the end of the year. After two days, 2,000 years, the holy spirit will be poured out again. In the third day, the third thousand years, we will all be resurrected.
The holy spirit was first poured out in A.D. 31. After two days, after 2031, the Holy Spirit will bring revival to the previous ground of Christianity, the Dead Sea. Ezekiel said, “When this water completes the Eastern circuit it will enter the sea.”2Ezek 47:8 This is the meaning of the great mountain burning with fire that enters the sea in the second trumpet.
We can also forecast the end-time revival of the West from the seven trumpets. We know that the first four trumpets span about 600 years, from 1917 to 2497, when the Sanctuary is cleansed. That gives us about 150 years for each trumpet. The fifth trumpet is said to be five months, 150 days, or years. The revival of the second trumpet may not begin until 2067 — 150 years after the year 1917.
This revival was described by Ezekiel in his prophecy to the dead bones: “Prophecy to the breath, prophesy, Son of Man, and say to the breath ‘Come from the four winds.’ So I prophesied as He commanded me, and breath came into them, and they lived and stood on their feet and became an exceedingly great army.”3Ezek 37:9-10