Prophecy does not always keep to the chronological order in the unfolding of events. This means as future events are described they are revealed in God’s own order for His own emphasis, but not necessarily in the order of their occurrence.
It relates and interprets the new covenant, represented in the life and death of Jesus, between God and the followers of the Christ. In this audio recording of the New Testament, listeners will enter the story of Jesus, his church, and his return.
Dramatized Audio Bible Book Deuterocanonical Apocrypha in MP3 form
The testimony of Jesus (about Jesus) is the spirit of prophecy. In other words, the very nature and purpose of prophecy, and all of Scripture for that matter, is to reveal Jesus Christ.
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.