For those holding these beliefs, the main curb to violent action rests in their understanding of how the tribulation begins.
But there are those who believe that humans have a role to play in the tribulation.
The rest of them would be left behind for a period of tribulation that was going to end five months later—on October 21, 2011.
And such a battle and tribulation as they had with their vassals, the magistrates of Leith!
In 1820 that Society was emerging from a period of tribulation and repression.
tribulation worketh patience, and patience experience, and experience hope, and hope maketh not ashamed.
The tribulation itself will find all this enormously intensified.
Then follows a description of the awful leader of evil during the tribulation time.
He did not know what he was to win by this work of love, amid trials and tribulation.
But for the state of tribulation she was in, she would have remained standing.
early 13c., from Old French tribulacion (12c.), from Late Latin tribulationem (nominative tribulatio) "distress, trouble, affliction" (c.200), from tribulatus, past participle of tribulare "to oppress, afflict," a figurative use by Christian writers of Latin tribulare "to press," also possibly "to thresh out grain," from tribulum "threshing sledge," from stem of terere "to rub" (see throw (v.)) + -bulum, suffix forming names of tools.
trouble or affiction of any kind (Deut. 4:30; Matt. 13:21; 2 Cor. 7:4). In Rom. 2:9 "tribulation and anguish" are the penal sufferings that shall overtake the wicked. In Matt. 24:21, 29, the word denotes the calamities that were to attend the destruction of Jerusalem.