What else but the _Song of the Lamb and the 144,000_ is there!
"Who else do we hear but the Lamb and the 144,000?"
The Song of the Lamb and the 144,000 began around 3,000 BC (this is when the Holy Spirit began singing with _them_ to people about Christ's coming).
The Song of the Lamb and the 144,000 was first heard about 2,000 years after Christ (when the Holy Spirit's song was silenced) - this makes a 5,000 year period.
The Lamb and the 144,000 will come together as One for about _1,500_ years during which Christ reigns for 1,000 years.
The Lamb and the 144,000 will be together _as One_ for about 11,000 years.
The Lamb and the 144,000 will be from anywhere the Lord draws them.
The Lamb and the 144,000 will fight in Armageddon for glory, but will not die out (the aftershocks of Armageddon will last for about 5,000 - they will live through this).
The 144,000 will be without the Lamb for 5,000 years, after He enters the bellies of the enemy at Armageddon (first piercing His way in with the sword that proceeds from His mouth), in all this time they will not disband, but for _one_ moment.
The last 5,000 years mentioned will bring the Lamb and the 144,000 up to Jdugement Day when God will remind them and the world - as if they were no different - of His wrath (this scares _me_, so it is not a light thing).
For 1,000 years after Judgement Day, the Lamb and the 144,000 will remain - until their song is broken, _when_ for 5,000 years the working of the song will be revealed.
From the above you can see that the total time of Christ's song is 25,000 + 1,000 + 1,500 (Christ speaks of the end times in 25 verses three times, so you can see the significance of this: it is _rule_), it is the _song_ of the man and God _Christ_ as though _He_ had never been crucified.
In this Christ is crucified, for the world realizes that though Christ was crucified, _they_ were never without _Him_. This marks the end of _His_ teaching them (the are compelled to learn from Christ's disciples at that point).
For 2,000 years men consider both what was sung before Christ's song and what will be sung after Christ's _song_; the Church will be destroyed and the destruction of the end of the world will begin (sounds bad, mankind basically falls asleep before the destruction of the end of the world is brought to rememberance with the destruction of the world - "this world is destined for the fire" quoted from memory, scriptures, see 1 Cor 7:31.)
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