Tammy, you said
At least you've figured out how to do that. I'm still just putting other's words in italics :)
It took me a while to figure it out, but then I discovered it by accident. Kind of like figuring out the mysteries. In the toolbar at the top of the reply window it has "styles." There is the triangle disclosure button to the right of it. Click it and "quote" is in the list. It inserts the quote box and then I copy and past into the box. When you hit enter it makes another box and you are inside of it. While in it if you click the triangle button again and then choose "Styles" again, the new box goes away. The next thing I want to discover is how to edit my profile and maybe use a signature.
I don't see that everything was fulfilled in Christ, but everything will be fulfilled in Christ. The Church is the body of Christ. Christ is manifest in them.
Here is some things that I see concerning the sealed books. First I saw all the seals coming off the sealed book in Revelation and right after all the seals are off and the last trumpet is blown (the trumpets being part of the last seal) there is a book open in the hand of a "mighty angel" which is described as if he is Jesus. It was the Jesus who was opening the seals and now the book is open in his hand. That puts Him there in the middle of the "tribulation." That disproved the pre-trib rapture doctrine for me.
Some would argue that it isn't the same book. About the only reason to deny that it is the same book is if you don't want to give up the doctrine. Ezekiel makes the connection. Ezekiel's book and John's open book are both bitter and sweet. I think Ezekiel's book and John's sealed book are both written on the inside and backside (or within and without). Ezekiel's book has lamentation, mourning, and woe. That would correspond to the tribulation going on while the seals are open in Revelation. So I feel they are the same book even though Ezekiel doesn't say that it is sealed. And he makes the connection between John's two books because some characteristics are common with one and some characteristics common with the other.
More evidence that Ezekiel's book is the same as John's book is that John used much from Ezekiel (and other prophets and the law) for his apocalypse. Both Ezekiel and John have a presence before God, then they both have the sealed book, they both have tribulation, they both have those who are sealed from slaughter, and they both have multitudes slain. And it is all in the same order in both writings.
If Ezekiel and John wrote of the same book, it might be easier to accept that Daniel wrote of the same book that was sealed until the time of the end, but then the wise would understand. John wrote about the time of the end. John's sealed book becomes open (understood) right after the last trump when the Lord God Almighty begins to reign and Jesus comes in the clouds. Of course these aren't literal clouds. They are like the clouds of witnesses.
Now we should be ready to figure that Isaiah's sealed book is the same book. He gives us information that the others didn't, which is how the book got sealed. It is sealed to the learned (those who have been taught) but not to the unlearned. They just need a teacher. And this is in agreement with my view of the Garden of Eden showing how error entered the religious world. Once they ate of the error, they taught the error and they reject the truth taught by fruit trees in the garden. The book is sealed to them and their students.