To "make known the end from the beginning" may be an indication of the chiastic structure of the Scriptures - the symmetry of events that work their way to a point of time and are then resolved in reverse order. We began with the first heaven and earth, and we end with a new heaven and new earth.
For instance, the Sabbath (one "7") was established in the beginning. It expands to the Sabbath year - a "7" - which then expands to the Sabbath of Sabbaths, a final "7". So you have three sets of expanding 7's nested within each other. In the book of Revelation, the reverse order is seen. The first 7 (seals) begin with the broadest length of time, followed by the next 7 (trumpets) and finally the shortest length of time, the 7 vials or bowls. Three sets of contracting 7's - a resolution in reverse order. At the beginning the timeline expands and at the end it contracts. What we know of the end can be known from the beginning.
Here is another mirroring of events. Counting down to the cross we have:
- Eternity Past
- Creation of heaven and earth
- Satan unbound
- Garden of Eden
- First Adam reigns
- Institution of the Curse
- Days of Noah (judgment on the earth)
- Attempt at unification of the nations (tower of Babel)
- Birth of Israel (physical birth, wages physical warfare, physically set apart from the nations)
Turning point - Christ on the Cross. Events begin to resolve in reverse order to the list above:
- Birth of the Church (spiritual birth, wages spiritual warfare, spiritually set apart from the unbelieving world.
- Attempt at unification of nations (kingdom of the Antichrist)
- Tribulation (judgment on the earth)
- Removal of the curse
- Second Adam (Christ) reigns
- Satan bound
- Creation of new heaven and earth
- Eternity future
It seems that the Lord has so orchestrated events that while the details may be a little obscure, there is an overall structure such that the end has been revealed from the beginning.