Well, anyone who disagrees with my point of view and repeats it is guilty of religious dogma and rhetoric HAHAHAHAH
Really, the simple truth is that we don't kno. Day has dawned, when will it reach "HIGH NOON?" We just don't get it. The times and the seasons which are in the Father's domain are not for us to know(specificly) we watch for the signs of the times and we get caught up(the wrong way) because we don't realize the "Full Noon" only exists where the body is one in the spirit as one soul. The beast, could be like the harlot Babylon riding kingdoms through time, manifesting here and there over this kingdom or that- perhaps manifesting in a final earthly kingdom that will fall in one hour, perhaps not. But the DAY is in the TABERNACLE where there is no need of sun or moon(natural light) because the Lamb is its Lamp and God is the light in the midst of it, He WALKS AMONG THE LAMPSTANDS, He TRIES THE REIGNS AND The HEARTS, He says, let the one who has ear to hear, hear what the Spirit is saying to the churches.
"Sorry", 300 preterists said to the 300 literalists when the DAY finally awakened them, "We thought it was all over and missed it happening". "Sorry" said the 300 literalists to the 300 preterists, "We thought it had not begun yet, and missed it happening as well".
In every age their are fulfillments in measure of these "aionian" truths. When the age is finally, really, coming to a close, we will see it "happening" in the streets and the nations because Jesus is going to be Head over all things to His church BEFORE the end comes. Buckle up kids, this ride has barely begun :o)
"And those who lead the many to righteousness will shine like the stars" "And those who kno their God will Be STRONG AND DO EXPLOITS".
"And they overcame him because of the blood of the Lamb and because of the word of their testimony, and they did not love their life even when faced with death. "For this reason, rejoice, O heavens and you who dwell in them. Woe to the earth and the sea, because the devil has come down to you, having great wrath, knowing that he has only a short time."