(Rev. 1:1) This is the Revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave him to show to his servants the things which must happen soon, which he sent and made known by his angel to his servant, John.

The word servant from this Bible verse can also be read slave.

So who Apocalypse is addressed to? It is addressed to slaves of God.

If we become friends rather than slaves of God (as allowed by revelations from my book), it is not addressed to us anymore.

This means that that as our faith makes progress, it may cause to cancel Apocalypse catastrophes!

Consider Rev. 8 (seven trumpets). As you can see from my book, it describes a comet falling to the Earth and causing various catastrophes.

But if we are friends of God, no more slaves, God does not disturbs us to nuke the comet using a rocket with nuclear warhead or in some other way protect the Earth from the catastrophe.

God may find some other way to set his kingdom on the Earth, without first carpet bombing with a comet. This may depend on advancement of our faith, overcoming the evil.

Thus Apocalypse can be probably canceled, as well as all negative aspects of the Gospel cancel, as we advance to the next stage of faith, above the letter of New Testament, but in spirit of faith.