Hey again Amo,
Sure, there are places where a third resurrection is mentioned in scripture. I’ve submitted these references before a couple of times, but you must have missed them. I’ll dig back in my notes and give a link if you want.
And Christ as the “First-begotten” one of the “First-fruits” qualified as being the “First-born” of the “FIRST resurrection” because He was absolutely the FIRST ONE TO STAND IN GOD’S PRESENCE WITH A RESURRECTED, GLORIFIED HUMAN BODY IN HEAVEN. No other person resurrected to eternal life before Christ had done that before He did; not Lazarus, the Shunamite’s son, not Elijah, nor even Enoch - NO ONE had yet ascended to the Father until after Christ had done so on His resurrection day. Face-to-face with God our Father in a resurrected, glorified human body is our salvation completed. Nothing short of that.
And you err in thinking scripture says ALL of those souls mentioned in Rev. 20:4 who had reigned with Christ would rise from the dead in the First Resurrection. It was only the “REMNANT (loipoi) of the dead” who did so as the “First-fruits” along with Christ. Matthew 27:52-53 says it was “MANY” who rose with Christ the First-fruits. Rev. 14:4 says that the “First-fruits” numbered 144,000, and Rev. 7 says they were from Jewish tribes only (from those graves around Jerusalem that broke open in the earthquake when Christ died).
The number of 144,000 is an impressive amount, but it is not ALL who had been listed in Rev. 20:4; it’s only PART of their number - a “REMNANT” of that list of dead ones. This is the “REMNANT” who “lived again” in the “First resurrection” when the resurrecting Christ brought them with Him out of the grave.
And it is YOU, Amo, who mistakenly wants to hang onto the idea that God did not destroy Satan when He promised to in Romans 16:20. There are many such proofs in scripture of when the demonic realm was burned up long ago, but you either just gloss over them, or you aren’t interested. The REAL enemy at present is no further away than our own deceptive hearts.
I have never taken the position that there is no prophetic guidance from scripture for us in these New Covenant ages. Have you missed where I have spoken on this topic of what we presently can expect until Christ’s final return? I have not been silent on this.
And apparently you have also missed Rev. 1:19 where John was told to write “the things which thou HAST seen” (PAST events John already knew about), and “the things which ARE” (presently happening back then in John’s days), “and the things which are ABOUT TO BE hereafter” (the NEAR future for John’s first-century readers). These prophecies of the near future that John wrote down were ALL fulfilled soon after John wrote about them. Those he was forbidden to write down are applicable to us in times AFTER AD 70 (Rev. 10:4). Though John doesn’t describe the content of these unwritten prophecies, yet we know from other scripture a few things we can expect in our future. And they are probably not what you have been taught to expect.