The third woe, like the previous two, is proclaimed with a sense of sadness and condemnation; it heralds the worst of God's
The second woe is past; behold, the third woe is coming quickly.
The seventh trumpet heralds the last of God's judgment portrayed by the appearance of the reapers: a) Jesus
Christ, sitting on the cloud wearing a golden crown, wields a sharp sickle (Rev 14:1-16),
and b) an angel, who came out of the heavenly temple, wields a sharp sickle (Rev 14:18-19).
Angels reap by gathering the wicked whose sins are now ripe for judgment.
The mention of the third woe (Rev 11:14) attempts to describe the enormity
of the reaping by the angels. The reaping includes the dispensation of bowls (Rev 16:1-21)
and ends at the conclusion of Armageddon when Jesus trends the wine press of God's great wrath
(Rev 19:15) and produces the vast amount of blood (Rev 14:20).