“Behold, I am coming quickly, and My reward is with Me, to render to every man according to what he has done. I am the Alpha and the Omega, the first and the last, the beginning and the end.The Spirit and the bride say, 'Come.' And let the one who hears say, 'Come.' And let the one who is thirsty come; let the one who wishes take the water of life without cost."
The Jews always seek a sign (Matthew 16 and I Corinthians 1:22). Yeshua taught the only sign given would be the sign of Jonah, who being vomited up from the belly of a great fish was a sign of resurrection. in Revelation 11, the resurrection of the Two Witnesses is a sign given to that wicked and adulterous generation.
In Revelation 11, John acts if he does not recognize the Two Witnesses as Elijah or Moses, even though he had seen them at the Mount of Transfiguration. He focuses more on them having to be witnesses against Jerusalem because of her sins of idolatry and her sexual sins. They are the two anointed lampstands (Menorahs) and two olive trees that stand before the God of the earth. They have the power to prophesy and power to perform judgments.
The feasts of the Lord are codes or messages that serve as visuals for His plans throughout the ages. The spring feasts concern His first coming, the second set of fall feasts serve as visuals of His second coming. The book of Revelation depict His second coming. In this episode we look at Revelation 8 where it has the imagery of the Yom Kippur service.
In the Word there have been patterns of earthquakes associated with resurrections. At Yeshua's death was an earthquake and the dead were awakened. There was a great earthquake at His resurrection and the dead came forth from their tombs and went into the city of Jerusalem. Using His resurrection as a pattern and Ezekiel 37, the earthquakes in Revelation may reveal to us the resurrection and the return of King Yeshua.
John 5 records Yeshua teaching on two resurrections: one for the righteous and the last resurrection where all would hear His voice. Revelation 20 confirms there being two resurrections: one before the Messianic Age and one after it.