The Revelation Timeline Decoded studies are a result of the Spirit of Yah the Heavenly Father revealing many truths to me.
Much of the information on this website has been taught for 1,800 years by the great theologians, and it’s only been during the last few centuries that Messiah’s Church has lost the truth about prophecy fulfillment.
In 2 Timothy 4:3-4 Paul warned us, “For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine, but according to their own desires, because they have itching ears, they will heap up for themselves teachers; and they will turn their ears away from the truth, and be turned aside to fables.”
I was a Christian who simply believed what my Pastors had taught me about the end times.
What they taught lined up with what my John MacArthur Study Bible says, which lined up with what I hear popular Pastors like David Jeremiah and Chuck Swindoll teach. They’ve been to seminary, so surely they knew the proper explanations to prophecy.
There was no reason to doubt them until the Spirit started me on a journey that revealed how the Bible explains prophecy fulfillment, which is contrary to many of the teachings from Pastors today.
The Spirit put on my heart to look to theologians who had not been corrupted by all of the deceptions, which have really taken hold during the last century.
The best tool that the Spirit put in my path is SwordSearcher Bible software, as it gives me easy access to Bible commentaries from the top Bible scholars of the 1700 and 1800’s, such as:
- Albert Barnes’ Notes on the New and Old Testaments, and 500-page Notes, Explanatory and Practical, on the Handbook of Revelation.
- John Calvin’s Commentaries.
- Adam Clarke’s Commentary on the Bible.
- Commentary from the 1599 edition of the Geneva Bible.
- John Gill’s Exposition of the Entire Bible.
- Jamieson-Fausset-Brown Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible.
- Matthew Henry’s Whole Bible Commentary.
- Matthew Poole’s Commentary on the Holy Bible.
- John Wesley’s Bible Notes.
Some people criticize me because I don’t have a degree from a seminary, but I dare say that I’ve learned from some of the most brilliant theologians and have received a far better education than a seminary graduate.
I am blessed to stand on the shoulders of these great theologians, who have taught me so much about the fulfillment of Scripture.
You can find some of their commentaries at www.studylight.org/com/ but SwordSearcher let’s you quickly read through all of the commentaries about a particular passage. And it gives you the Strong’s word listing, a Bible dictionary and much more.
Other people who the Father has placed in my life during the past few years are:
E.B. Elliott who wrote the epic 2500-page work called Horae Apocalyptae, which has 10,000 reference citations in his explanation of the fulfillment of Revelation.
Henry Grattan Guinness, who wrote Romanism and the Reformation: From the Standpoint of Prophecy which gives the explanation for the prophecies in Daniel, in 2 Thessalonians 2, in John epistles and Revelation. It’s an excellent study that exposes The Holy Roman Empire and it’s role in end-times Bible prophecy. Click here to read it online. He also wrote “History Unveiling Prophecy” which gives many citations from other theologians.
Reverend James Aitken Wylie, who wrote the books The History of Protestantism, The Papacy is the Antichrist and The Seventh Vial.
Ralph Woodrow’s book Great Prophecies Of The Bible covers the second coming of Christ, Matthew 24, the 70 weeks of Daniel and the antichrist. Highly recommended reading!
Pastor Samuel Pestes, who wrote The Stonecutter’s Bride, Ancient Nation’s Rise To Strike Again, and Abraham’s Message To The 21st Century; Pastor Sam has had a great impact on my beliefs about the 70 Weeks of Daniel prophecy, and Jesus New Covenant as the fulfillment of the Everlasting Covenant that God made to Abraham.
Robert Carignola’s book The Present Reign Of Jesus Christ explained much of the fulfillment of Revelation.
Phillip Mauro’s study The Seventy Weeks and the Great Tribulation taught me so much about the fulfillment of the 70 Weeks of Daniel prophecy, the prophecy in Daniel 11 and 12, and Messiah’s Olivet Discourse.
Charles A. Jenning’s book The Book Of Revelation: From An Israelite And Historicist Interpretation.
Victor McGowan’s book The Revelation and the History of Christendom: Prophecy Fulfilled to the End of Our Time.
I’ve spent many hundreds of hours reading through many books and commentaries, listening to many audios, and watching many videos. Some Bible commentaries, such as from John Gill, are extremely detailed and long. Most people are too busy to read these books and watch the videos, so the Lord uses me to make the explanations more concise and easy to read.
In April 2013 I began teaching a small group about prophecy fulfillment, and I started to post the studies on my End Times Deceptions website. And the studies have just grown from there, as I’ve learned new areas of prophecy fulfillment.
The goal of this website is to teach how the Bible defines prophecy terms, and to show the fulfillment of many of the prophecies. The best way to detect a fake Dollar Bill is to know the real thing so well, that the fake ones are easy to spot.
The same is true with prophecy. When you diligently study the Bible, so that you know how it defines terms and how it reveals its fulfillment; when a Pastor is teaching contrary to these things, you know that they are teaching false prophecy.
Here’s some other people who teach the historicist narrative of prophecy fulfillment on YouTube:
Karl Tester is a historicist who is currently posting a Revelation series.
BibleOrTraditions is a historicist who has a Revelation series.
Robert Carignola of Truth In History teaches the historicist narrative.
So who am I and what gives me the authority to teach these things?
I am not a Preterist, which is someone who believes that all prophecy was fulfilled during the 1st century. I believe that the prophecies of Daniel 9, Daniel 12, Matthew 24, and others which relate to the Jews of Messiah’s day; were fulfilled in the first century, as those prophecies were about them.
I am a Historicist, like most every believer before the 19th century, who believes that Revelation has been in the process of being fulfilled since it was written and that it won’t be completed until Messiah returns.
I’m not Seventh Day Adventist, though I have learned from some SDA teachers as they’re the only church denomination that teaches historicism. That said, I disagree with some of their key explanations.
I was blessed to grow up in a Christian family and attended Baptist Churches during the early part of my life. I’ve been blessed by the verse-by-verse studies at several Calvary Chapel Churches. But I am not part of any denomination.
I have not been to seminary or a Bible school. I am simply a child of the Most High, who has the Holy Bible as my guide and the Spirit of Truth as my teacher. I have committed my life to learning and teaching the truth about prophecy, and I work full-time in this ministry.
I believe that the Spirit shows me many insights because I hunger to know truth, so that our Father and Messiah is glorified and the enemy is defeated.
Proverbs 2:1-5 says, “My son, if you receive my words, And treasure my commands within you, So that you incline your ear to wisdom, And apply your heart to understanding; Yes, if you cry out for discernment, And lift up your voice for understanding, If you seek her as silver, And search for her as for hidden treasures; Then you will understand the fear of the Lord, And find the knowledge of God.”
Prophecy fulfillment is fairly straight-forward and easy to understand, but it is all of the deceptions that the enemy has created that make it difficult to see the truth.
My prophecy fulfillment websites explain the fulfillment of the 70th Week of Daniel, the Abomination Of Desolation Deception, and Daniel 12 Fulfillment. You will learn that most seminaries are teaching prophecy fulfillment concepts that hide the Antichrist.
And the leaven of these false teachings spreads around to Pastors and Christians, so that the majority are deceived.
My Roman Catholic Beliefs website gives a concise summary of how the Roman Catholic Church is the subject of most Bible prophecy fulfillment.
Popes have proclaimed to be God, to forgive sins, and that salvation is only through the Catholic Church. They have killed over 100 million Christians during the Dark Ages and the Inquisition. And the Jesuits seek to push the world into a New World Order where everyone will worship their False Messiah.
Jesuits priests are spread around the world, and have deceived 1.3 Billion Catholics into believing in a false salvation by works through the Catholic Church.
And because Christ’s Church doesn’t understand that the Roman Catholic Church is Mystery Babylon the Great, the Mother of Harlots, Christians are not evangelizing Catholics to call them out of the Church and into true salvation through Jesus Christ.
In Revelation 3:19-21, Messiah chastises the end-times church, proclaiming that they’re lukewarm, wretched, miserable, naked, poor, and blind. Then He gives us the promise:
As many as I love, I rebuke and chasten: be zealous therefore, and repent. Behold, I stand at the door, and knock: if any man hear my voice, and open the door, I will come in to him, and will sup with him, and he with me. To him that overcomes will I grant to sit with me in my throne, even as I also overcame, and am set down with my Father in his throne.
The word ‘overcomes’ in Greek is nikao. It means to conquer, to overcome, to prevail, to get the victory.
Ever since I began my studies of Revelation, and read that passage, I’ve felt that the name Nikao defined my ministry, for my calling is to teach the fulfillment of prophecy, and to expose the deceptions of the enemy. That is how we conquer the enemy and get the victory!
So when I created a Facebook profile for ministry, I used the name Nikao, because I don’t make Facebook about me. I don’t post selfies, I don’t make posts about my life. I focus on overcoming the enemy, by teaching prophecy fulfillment. When I started posting YouTube videos, I used that name.
It’s the name that I resonate with more than my given name, especially since I don’t have children, so my real name won’t be passed on. But I don’t want to mislead anyone about who I am. I hope that my work brings honor to my father and mother, who blessed me so much by teaching me about our beloved Messiah.
I pray that this Revelation Timeline Decoded book series helps you understand the fulfillment of prophecy so that you can be an overcomer, so that you can share the truth of prophecy fulfillment, to conquer the enemy and get the victory, for the glory of our Heavenly Father and beloved Messiah! HalleluYah!
My friend, I encourage you to be a Berean and search these things out, don’t take my word for it, don’t seek to defend a position, just seek the truth. Because until the Church understands the grand deception that has blinded her, she is unable to fight to overcome the enemy in the power of Jesus Word.
My heart breaks for Christians as they have been so deceived, and have no clue about how the future is going to play out, so they are like the foolish virgins who are unprepared for Christ’s return.
My tears are shed for Pastors, who are unknowingly teaching the prophecy concepts of the Antichrist, for they will be held accountable for misleading their flocks.
I pray to our Heavenly Father in the power of Messiah’s name that He will give you eye salve to see the truth.
In His love,
David Nikao Wilcoxson
92 thoughts on “About Revelation Timeline Decoded”
Jude mentions the book of Enoch so he must have had access to it. I hear the Hermeneia is the best.
Jude mentions Enoch, not the book of Enoch. There is a huge difference. Jude 1:14 And Enoch also, the seventh from Adam, prophesied of these, saying, Behold, the Lord cometh with ten thousands of his saints,
I enjoyed your book true doctrine of globe earth, I was born geocentric. Been called crazy for decades, but by people who are simple minded and gullible and naively ignorant and lack critical thinking skills so I don’t feel insulted but complimented. Now that I have read some of your views on prophecy I see we are on opposite sides of the spectrum. I hold to the basic historical premillennialist perspective. It’s irrefutable within the confines of my historical grammatical normative hermetically reception of revelation reading method. I don’t get where anyone sees liberty for doing free range, anything goes, do what you want, private interpretation, i see a disconnect between your interpretation method for geocentrically earth models but then interpersonal privately interpretation of prophecy. How do you justify using two different hermeneutics?
Michael, that’s great that you understand the geocentric design of the universe and see the grand deception!
Please define what having a ‘basic historical premillennialist perspective’ means for you.
Do you believe that the 70th week of Daniel 9 has been fulfilled?
Do you believe that the prophecies in Messiah’s Olivet Discourse in Matthew 24 have been fulfilled?
What part of the prophecies in Revelation (if any) do you believe have bee fulfilled?
That will help me understand your perspective, thanks!
You accuse David Jeremiah of being a “false teacher” but that accusation is totally without merit and you show by a preponderance of the evidence that YOU HAVE NO UNDERSTANDING OF REVELATION 16-18. Concerning Agents ogf Babylon, Babylon means literal Babylon, PERIOD. Only where “mystery Babylon” is concerned does it refer to Rome. Apparently you’re not capable of associating ancient Babylon with Genesis 11, 12:32 and Jeremiah 30:11. I challenge you and call on you to do two things: apologize to David Jeremiah for mischaracterizing him as a false teacher when you have fallen far short with your so-called “evidence and STOP SHARING YOUR SATANIC LIES!
Dwight, you proclaiming that my explanations are wrong, doesn’t prove anything. Did you actually listen to my explanations of the bowl judgments in Revelation 16, and the harlot church of Rome in Revelation 17-18?
You proclaim that I have no understanding of Revelation 16-18, so I challenge you and call on you to prove out the fulfillment of those chapters. Please provide a verse by verse explanation, to show how I’m wrong.
I look forward to your explanations,
lol, you idiot, why would I be redundant? I ALREADY EXPLAINED IT VERY BRIEFLY AND SUCCINCTLY. Now go repent of your false teaching.
Dwight, your explanation didn’t prove anything. And your name-calling shows your character. We’ll find out the truth when we stand before our Righteous Judge. Then we’ll see who is the idiot who should have repented.
Some day when you have time, watch these 7 videos on the right in the link – in order (total of 90 minutes). Get ready to put on your thinking cap and listen intently. It’s just theory, but one I am completely fascinated with. If what these videos are saying is true, it truly could mean that the best is yet to come – even in our lifetime and SOON! Enjoy… would love to talk to you about this any time.
It’s all starting to make sense to me…. The tribulation is over. But the Millennial reign may have occurred already too which means we are in the “little season” when satan was loosed from his chains to once again deceive the nations and give everyone one last chance to choose Christ. If people can’t figure it out by now that Christ is the Savior and the only way to the Father, or God forbid – REJECT Christ, then there is no hope for them.
Let me know what you think.
Also – I am wondering about the beast and false prophet getting thrown into the lake of fire at the end of the Tribulation. That must have occurred already then too. Explain please….
Kari, Exploring Tartaria promotes the preterist explanation of prophecy fulfillment. But the fulfillment of most of the prophecies in Revelation during the last 1,900 years proves the preterist explanation is wrong. https://revelationtimelinedecoded.com/revelation-fulfillment-timeline-summary/
The times of tribulation that are mentioned in Daniel, Matthew 24 and Revelation, have already been fulfilled.
I don’t believe that the millennium has started or that the beast and false prophet have been captured. https://revelationtimelinedecoded.com/times-of-great-tribulation-in-bible-prophecy/
Keep learning and growing in The Way of Messiah!
How do you explain all of the hidden history with unbelievable technology and architecture? We are being lied to. I have no doubt. The timeline is wrong too. Our calendars have been messed with. I’ve even read that 1000 years were added at some point after 500 ad. Sorry, I am not convinced we aren’t in the little season. It feels like the end now – waiting for the new heaven on earth. What about wormwood?? When did that come, or is it still coming???
Kari, I explain Bible prophecy and ‘the hidden history with unbelievable technology and architecture’ is not described in the Bible.
Yes, our calendars have been messed with, but I don’t believe that 1000 years were added. There’s too much recorded history for that to be true, such as through Edward Gibbon who wrote The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, which has a narrative from the 1st century until the 15th.
The prophecy that mentions wormwood was fulfilled in the 5th century during the third trumpet judgment. Here’s a link to that study: https://revelationtimelinedecoded.com/the-fifth-trumpet-of-revelation-9/
Keep learning and growing in The Way of Messiah,
So far, I have studied three different ‘guesses’ about end times prophecy. All overlap in areas, but all diverge also. I imagine the truth is somewhere in between. They aren’t necessarily preaching false teachings. I think they are all trying to figure out the truth and guessing at timelines.
1) The first one I studied says the bible prophecy must be read literally and claims the tribulation and end times are yet to come. (I believed this for YEARS, but now I am falling away from this belief.)
2) The second one I studied recently states that the tribulation AND millennial kingdom already occurred, and we are in the short season of satan being released to deceive the nations. (This is where my mind is sitting right now.)
3) However, I came upon this third theory (yours) which also states that the Daniel 70th week prophecy has already come true (and I agree), but that the persecution of saints and the rise of the Roman catholic popes (antichrist) are what Jesus warned His Saints about in Revelation. Also fascinating!!! This theory also states that Jesus is yet to come to rule for 1000 years in His millennial kingdom. I am in the middle of studying this one and I am trying to make sense of everything.
My current “in between” theory:
– Christ comes back at 70 ad to rule for 1000 years with an iron rod and show people how to live. This is where all the beautiful art, technology, and architecture come into play. Jesus warns his saints about what is to come.
– Everything starts over like it’s 70 ad again and the Roman catholic church comes to power and the saints are persecuted, etc. etc. etc. Perhaps THIS is the little season… in comparison to 7000 years, 1000 years would be considered a “short season”. A lot of the beautiful architecture was destroyed, and what wasn’t destroyed became “used” by the evil fake church – in all their ornate glory.
– OR –
– Perhaps satan was released sometime later on in this reset period for a “short season” and that’s when the earthquakes, liquefaction, mud flood etc. occurred (late 1800’s) and now we have everyone deceived about the truth. Anyone who talked about the true past was put in one of those insane asylums (old, amazing buildings which are everywhere across the USA – turned into asylums). That would be one way to shut people up!!! And it only takes a generation or two or people to forget! Or maybe that was another reset???
Keep searching and praying is what I keep telling myself.
Kari, I appreciate your zeal for studying Bible prophecy! Just keep in mind that a ‘theory’ about past events has to have historical evidence to prove it out, such as proving that Messiah came back in 70 AD and ruled for 1000 years. Keep learning and growing in The Way of Messiah!
Dear Mr. Wilcoxson,
I am really enjoying your teachings. Thank you for all the study you have done. My perspective on prophecy has gone all over the place since 1979 after reading Hal Lindsey’s “Late Great Planet Earth” , I have been pretrib, prewrath, but always maintained an open mind.
Hebrew Roots enabled me to understand much re: Festivals , etc but couldn’t go along with pre-trib as I couldn’t understand a 7 year “honeymoon” without all believers being there. I slowly began to see that Messianic Hebrew roots was not for me- but I did learn a lot!
I have a question for you and I’m not sure if the answer is in one of your many articles or your books. Please provide direction.
Lately I came across a video by Michael Rood
Re: John 6:4 being an “addition” to the Bible came across my searches and it’s been been disturbing me.
Rood says that because of the John 6:4 insertion Jesus’ ministry on earth was “3 1/2 years.” He claims that Jesus’ ministry was only one year.(which actually would make sense if he was “about 30” and that a lamb sacrifice was a year old? )
Here’s a link where this is explained.
How does this fit in with Daniel’s 70th week if at all?
Thank you again!
Hello Carol, I’m glad that the teachings are helping you. That’s great that you’ve been able to see the truth of historicism and the deception of futurism.
Regarding Michael Rood, the reason that he works to dismiss John 6:4 is because his motivation is to show that Messiah’s ministry was 70 weeks in length. But there is no prophecy that says that Messiah’s ministry is 70 weeks, so the whole premise is off-target.
He bases his explanation off a notation in the Nestle-Aland Greek New Testament. The problem with that is that it’s a corrupt Greek Bible, which is based on the Greek Bible of heretics Westcott and Hort who were used to remove some proofs of Messiah’s deity. Here’s an article about the two paths of Scripture manuscripts: https://revelationtimelinedecoded.com/two-paths-new-testament-manuscripts/
Here’s an article that proves that what Michael Rood is proclaiming is wrong. https://tr-pdf.s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/response-papers/should-john-6-4-be-considered-a-spurious-insertion-into-johns-gospel.pdf
We can see that Messiah’s ministry was longer than 70 weeks and that He died in the middle of the seven years.
Keep learning and growing in The Way of Messiah!