Though the three most popular end time scenarios, Pre-Trib, Mid-Trib and Post-Trib, differ greatly one from another, there is a common thread that ties them all together: there is continuous human activity on Earth all throughout the unfolding of end time events. The OT prophets often co-mingling predictions of end time events with that which was applicable to ancient Israel, so we must be careful to differentiate between the two. Moreover, we should never involuntarily dismiss as pertaining to ancient Israel that which God intended to apply to our day just because we cannot find a place for it in our popular end time thinking. Jeremiah 4:23-28 describes the destruction of the Earth “at the “presence of the Lord and by His fierce anger”: "without form and void" "heavens (with) no light" "trembling mountains" "moving hills" “having "NO MAN" “all the birds were fled” "fruitful place a wilderness" "all the cities broken down" (This same Jeremiah says in chapter 25:33 that "the slain of the Lord in that day shall be from one end of the earth even to the other end of the earth. They shall not be lamented, nor gathered, nor buried; they shall be dung on the ground.") Isaiah 24:1-6; 19,20 describes the same destruction of the Earth as: "empty" "waste" "upside down" "utterly emptied" "spoiled" "fade away" "languish" "devoured" "desolate" "utterly broken down" "clean dissolved "moved exceedingly" "reel to and fro like a drunkard" "fall and not rise" The Bible speaks explicitly of an end time Earth as having absolutely no human activity whatsover. We cannot dismiss these predictions of a destroyed Creation as past history, but we also cannot harmonize them with the most popular end time scenarios either. We also cannot argue that the Isaiah's "few men left" remain on Earth, for this same Isaiah says the Earth is "utterly emptied". Therefore, any end time scenario which claims continuous, unceasing human activity on the Earth is simply not in alignment with Scripture, and should be abandoned, no matter how cherished they may be to us.