Seven Bowls

The seven bowls (Greek: φιάλας, phialas, sing. φιάλη phialē; also translated as cups or vials) are a set of plagues mentioned in Revelation 16. They are recorded as apocalyptic events that were seen in the vision of the Revelation of Jesus Christ, by John of Patmos. Seven angels are thus given seven bowls of God’s wrath, each consisting of judgements full of the wrath of God These seven bowls of God’s wrath are poured out on the wicked and the followers of the Antichrist after the sounding of the seven trumpets.[1]SEE: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seven_bowls 

Seven Bowls

1st bowl

2nd bowl

3rd bowl

4th bowl

5th bowl

6th bowl

7th bowl

Rev 16:2

Rev 16:3

Rev 16:4-7

Rev 16:8-9

Rev 16:10-11

Rev 16:12-14

Rev 16:15-21

The seven bowl judgements are described in Revelation 16:1-21. The seven bowl judgements are the result of the seventh trumpet being sounded.

The first bowl causes painful sores to break out on humanity (Revelation 16:2).

The second bowl results in the death of every living thing in the sea (Revelation 16:3).

The third bowl causes the rivers to turn into blood (Revelation 16:4-7).

The fourth of the seven bowls results in the sun’s heat being intensified and causing great pain (Revelation 16:8-9).

The fifth bowl causes great darkness and an intensification of the sores from the first bowl (Revelation 16:10-11).

The sixth bowl results in the Euphrates River being dried up and the armies of the Antichrist being gathered together to wage the battle of Armageddon (Revelation 16:12-14).

The seventh bowl results in a devastating earthquake followed by giant hailstones (Revelation 16:15-21).

Revelation 16:5-7 declares, “You are just in these judgements, you who are and who were, the Holy One, because you have so judged; for they have shed the blood of your saints and prophets, and you have given them blood to drink as they deserve. . . .Yes, Lord God Almighty, true and just are your judgements.”


1 SEE: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seven_bowls