The damnable heresy of Replacement Theology wants you to steal God’s promises from the Jews and apply them to the Church. God’s plan for the Church Age is quite different from His plan for Israel and the Kingdom Age.
God’s covenant with Israel and the Jews is eternal, and cannot be broken, and God is not going to leave them in their fallen condition. The time of Jacob’s trouble is going to be the means by which He restores His chosen people back to a right relationship to Himself.
Luke gives us further proof that when the King arrives on the earth at the Second Coming, He is already married, and that could only have taken place in Heaven beforehand.
Yes, Revelation is absolutely written in chronological order of events. The Church Age, the Rapture of the Church, the time of Jacob’s trouble, Armageddon, the Thousand Year Reign of King Jesus, Gog and Magog, judgement, new heaven and new earth, eternity.
This wonderful truth of the rapture of the church or the catching away of the church.
The church will be caught away. There’s no question about that. That’s very clear in Scripture. Jesus is coming for His church.
The bulk of Old Testament prophecy gives witness to the earthly reign of Jesus Christ as well. In fact, if you had to pick a major theme of the entire Bible, it would be the Second Coming and Jesus as King receiving the Kingdom that has been waiting for Him since the foundation of the world.