(1). During Israel’s stay in Egypt she was persecuted by Pharaoh (possibly a foreshadowing of what will be seen in the Seals), God poured out His judgement (is this a foreshadowing of the Trumpets) on Pharaoh and Egypt — God’s judgment is not His wrath. The purpose of judgment (which begins with the household of God) was to bring Pharaoh to change his mind (equals repentance). Israel is in Egypt (remains on earth) during this time and she was protected through the plagues. When God’s grace, mercy and patience had ended, He brought His children out of Egypt and deposited them at the Red Sea (Possibly foreshadowing Petra in the midst of Armageddon). The rapture/resurrection likely occurs immediately prior to God’s wrath following the sixth bowl.
After the ten plagues and the release of the people (represented by the Trumpet judgments), Moses and Aaron led Israel across the Red Sea and then the wrath of God destroyed Pharaoh and his army.
2) With Sodom — two angels escort Lot and his family out of Sodom as God’s wrath fell in total destruction of the evil residing there. We are told Luke 17:32 remember Lot’s wife. — Why? Ponder that.
3) In Jericho after the blowing of seven trumpets, before the falling of the walls, the two spies aid in the rescue of Rahab, afterward the walls of Jericho fall.
4). The spring feasts in Israel were all fulfilled by the Lord Jesus in the same calendar year on the exact same calendar days as were the Jewish feasts scheduled for that year. So they were recorded within a 60 day time period from Passover to Pentecost, therefore there is no reason to believe that the fall feasts will not be fulfilled upon the return of Messiah in the same way in the same year as His coming and on the exact feasts days on the Jewish calendar (Tishri 1-15). The potential fulfillment would begin on Tishri 1 at the sight of the new moon, and immediately upon its sighting the sun and moon will be darkened and the stars will be falling. The feast of trumpets (Rosh Hashanah) will begin. It is Tishri 1 on the calendar. The sliver of the new moon is spotted. At the blowing of the first Tishri trumpet Jesus will come to Edom (Isa. 63:1-13). Israel has fled their land during the battle of Armageddon, and they are hiding in Edom. He comes to save the remnant of Israel who has called upon His name for salvation (Hos 5:15). All over the world the sky has become totally darkened. Jesus has stained His garments as He has begun the treading of God’s wine press, and He has done it alone. Following, He will light up the eastern sky at the blowing of the last trumpet of Rosh Hashanah, bringing the first resurrection and the gathering of the saints or rapture; and bringing in the kingdom. Then on Tishri 2 He will trample the winepress bringing the destruction of the rashim (the totally wicked) in the wine press of God’s wrath. Then for the 7 days between Tishri 2 and Tishri 10 the marriage supper of the Lamb will take place on the earth. (Since Tishri 1 thru Tishri 10 represent the ten days of Awe) then Following Tishri 10 judgment would begin with the judgment of the nations — Those who remain on Yum kippur (Tishri 10 the day in which the writing takes place in the books of life and death for the people of these nations, who are the remaining mortals on earth. Thus ends the days of Awe; a time when they will be accounted either worthy or unworthy of the kingdom. And Sukkot (the feast of tabernacles) would then begin on Tishri 15 with the Lord taking up residence among us as He takes up His abode in Jerusalem in the midst of His people.
“And it shall be that all who are left from all the gentiles which came up against Yerushalayim, shall go up from year to year to bow themselves to the Sovereign, יהוה of hosts, and to observe the Festival of Booths. Zechariah 14:16.
So what possibly happens between Tishri 10 and Tishri 15 would be the rewarding and assignments to His elect bride.