The fourth watch is unique to the PMCC 4th Watch religion. According to the teachings of the 4th Watch cult, God divided the time of the Earth into four different time periods. These time periods are called watches. According to the cult, the first three watches have passed, and we are now living in the fourth watch. The fourth watch is significant because this is the last watch we have to live on Earth, and it is in this watch that the Earth will end. The fourth watch is the watch that contains the Apocalypse; when Jesus makes his return and the Rapture takes place. This is the time when Armageddon will occur and everyone will be judged. In other words, we are now living in the End Times, and this is where the cult gets part of its name.
In the Bible, days were divided into four periods called watches, used when soldiers would take turns being on guard, and the fourth watch was the last period of the day. The notion of the fourth watch involving time being divided into four periods, and the End Time being the fourth watch, is not in the Bible, but the leader of the 4th Watch cult says that this concept was revealed to him by God. But of course, we know that this is not true. The fourth watch is an invention of Arsenio Ferriol, an unbiblical concept in which he is using the fourth watch of the Bible as a way to name the end times of his religion. This is a very smart way for Arsenio to entertain his followers' minds and to look credible without having to be responsible for anything. It's like the cult leader can predict when Jesus will return without actually predicting it. Having four watches and us living in the last one helps make it seem like Jesus will be returning very shortly, yet the last watch that we are living in could be a thousand or so more years! Thus, it ultimately helps him to take more money and live a very pleasurable life before he dies.
As we covered previously, the 4th Watch cult embraces apocalyptic teachings, so much so that their name is based off of them. They love preaching about the end of the world, and they love telling everyone how we're all in the end times now. It's practically a slogan. Arsenio and his church have intensively used such teachings to take advantage of persons by inducing fear, and then using that fear to enslave new members. New members mean more money, power, and glory for the cult leader, Arsenio Ferriol, the inventor of the fourth watch.
Just as much as the fourth watch is an unbiblical concept, it is a cultic one too. Any time a leader of a church teaches something which comes from God but not from the Bible, and then uses the excuse that God himself told him that his teachings were true, you know you are probably looking at a cult leader. It is especially cultic when a leader uses a concept that is used to induce fear and superstition, as part of the name created for his religion.
We will also repeat here what we said on the apocalypse piece, that any church that includes a great portion of their teachings being the end of the world, the Apocalypse, the Rapture, the end times, the second coming of Jesus, and anything related to this, is probably a cult. This is most especially true when the church teaches as to when this will all take place, or if they claim that we are in the end times now, that the Apocalypse will happen very soon, possibly even within our own lifetimes. If you hear someone tell you that they believe Jesus will return within their lifetime, this is evidence that you are dealing with a cultic nut. But an even greater sign that you are dealing with a cult is when all of these end time apocalyptic teachings are proclaimed by a leader of a church, actually given to this person by God himself. When this happens, don't walk...run. You have just met a cult leader...like Arsenio Ferriol, inventor of the fourth watch concept and leader of the 4th Watch cult.