The Seven Bowls are a set of plagues mentioned in Revelation. They are recorded as apocalyptic events that were seen in the vision of the Revelation of Jesus Christ.
The bowls are in fact physical items and can be depicted as literal bowls or vials even containing the wrath of the Almighty. Seven angels are thus given seven bowls of God's wrath, each consisting of judgments full of the wrath of God.
When the first bowl is poured out, foul and painful sores come upon those bearing the mark of the beast and those who worshiped the image of the beast.
When the second bowl is poured out, the seas and the oceans become blood as of a dead man, forcing everything in the sea to die.
When the third bowl is poured out, the rivers and the remaining sources of water turn to blood. The angels then begin praising God's holy judgments.
When the fourth bowl is poured out, the sun causes a major heatwave to scorch the planet with fire. The incorrigible wicked refuse to repent while they blaspheme the name of God.
When the fifth bowl is poured out, a thick darkness overwhelms the Kingdom of The Beast. The wicked continue to stubbornly defame the name of God while refusing to repent and glorify God.
When the sixth bowl is poured out, the great river Euphrates dries up so that the kings of the east might cross to be prepared to battle. Three unclean spirits with the appearance of frogs come out of the mouths of the beast and the false prophet. These demonic spirits work Satanic miracles to gather the nations of the world to battle against the forces of good during the Battle of Armageddon. Jesus says that his coming will be like that of a thief in the night, urging his followers to stay alert.
When the seventh bowl is poured out, a global earthquake causes the cities of the world to collapse. Every mountain and island are removed from their foundations. Giant hailstones weighing nearly 100 pounds plummet onto the planet. The plagues are so severe that the wicked's hatred of God intensifies while the incorrigible continue to curse God.