Tuesday, June 24, 2008

The Pre-tribulation Rapture of the Church is Coming SOON

The beginning of the tribulation has come into view for us. We are'nt in it yet, but we can see it, we can feel it's effects tugging on the people of the world even though it has'nt kicked off 'officially' yet. It looks bad, from what we can see now, it's going to be ALOT worse that what we can see. What we can see is, a collapsing global economic system, martial law, famine, persecution, and death. What we don't see yet is the 'alien' invasion of this world, the anti-christ and the full blown seal and trumpet judgements.

With all this in mind, it's time to start getting serious about the rapture. It's time to kick up a notch our time spent with the Lord. Why? There's no time left, we are living AT THE END OF THE AGE, is that enough reason to step things up? To be extra extra vigilant? Yea. The rapture will be PRE-TRIBULATION, which means it is almost on top of us. The 'other-tribbers' just don't get it, and the time for debating is over. It's time to start seriously meditating on the scriptures which prove Jesus will be calling us up into the clouds any hour now.

Rev 3:10 'Because thou didst keep the word of my endurance, I also will keep thee from the hour of the trial that is about to come upon all the world, to try those dwelling upon the earth. 11 Lo, I come quickly, be holding fast that which thou hast, that no one may receive thy crown.

This "hour of trial" is going to come upon THE ENTIRE WORLD, that is the tribulation my friends and WE ARE TO BE KEPT FROM IT.

Those who argue that we are going to go through the tribulation can't read greek or english. If I tell you that I'm going to administer a test for the entire class, but you will BE KEPT FROM IT, does that mean you get a test booklet and pencil? Does that mean you read even a single question on the test? NO, it means you don't even see the test. Like I said, plain english. The bible clearly says we will be kept from the hour of trial, that means THE ENTIRE TIME PERIOD OF THE TEST, does it say we will be kept from the effects of the trial? NO It says we will be kept from the hour of trial, which means, the trial lasts for an 'hour' and we are kept from ALL OF IT. The greek word 'ek' is used to tell us specifically, and it means AWAY FROM. plain english, plain greek. But let's not stop there, let's use the bible to interpret the bible ok? Does Rev 3:10 really mean we will be kept out of the tribulation hour? Let's see:

Luke 21:36 watch ye, then, in every season, praying that ye may be accounted worthy to escape all these things that are about to come to pass, and to stand before the Son of Man.'

The bible interprets the bible, you'll be kept from the hour of trial, pray that you'll be counted worth to ESCAPE ALL of these things that are about to come to pass.

Once again, plain english, but many don't understand what ESCAPE ALL means. What does ESCAPE mean? What does ALL mean? Many people today do not understand what those two words mean, do you? grace and peace