Christian Rapture Excitement Increasing!

Many Christians worldwide are getting excited concerning Bible Prophecy!  The expectation for the end of the church age is near and all signs point toward “The Twinkling of An Eye” removal of Christians from the earth to bring in the Tribulation and the unbridled ferocity of a Satanic world Government.

Scottie goes over the concept of the twinkling of an eye and how it pertains to the Jewish calendar.  I hope everyone is rapture ready and is praying for lost family and friends.

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6 thoughts on “Christian Rapture Excitement Increasing!

  1. Does anyone even realize why ‘Tribulation’ happens or to whom is it happening to. Only those that have committed adultery against YHVH by forsaking His Commandments and despising His Law, hence great lawlessness is the hallmark of these days even as Yahshua said it would be.
    I find it so bizarre that Christians who are in fact in rebellion against YHVH and His laws would even begin to consider that He would rescue them from unrepentant sin. Before during or after Tribulation.
    We have another Barabbas and Yahshua situation today. Only this time it is Paul and Yahshua.
    The guilty and the innocent. Yet Christians choose to whole heartedly follow Paul and his teachings rather than the son of God. Without repentance from this, nobody should ever even begin to entertain any notion of a rescue.
    It is Righteousness that delivers from death. Righteousness without works is dead, so there is works involved.
    In Rev 7:14 is the picture of those who come out of Great Tribulation, but they did not get out of it until there was an all or nothing fear of YHVH type repentance.

      • Actually it’s all very scriptural minus the traditional dogma attached via misunderstanding. Read for yourself in Rev 2. It’s Yahshua that casts the unrepentant into Great Tribulation. Which happens via the lawlessness of the church.

      • Basically the Philadelphia church is the only one that is praised out of the 7 churches. The others were confronted with their errors. I still do not really understand what you are trying to say with your comments. The rapture is for the body of Christ, those that confessed with their mouths and believed in their hearts that Jesus is the Messiah and king of kings. Grace and mercy of Jesus Christ is the free gift we must receive. We can’t earn it.

      • Hi there:

        You said: The rapture is for the body of Christ, those that confessed with their mouths and believed in their hearts that Jesus is the Messiah and king of kings. Grace and mercy of Jesus Christ is the free gift we must receive. We can’t earn it.

        What is very unfortunate is that the doctrine you just quoted from Paul is a first class ticket to ‘Great Tribulation.’
        Why? It is diametrically opposed to the Law. the prophets, the Psalms and the Gospels.
        Nowhere will you ever see or hear YHVH or Yahshua ever even remotely preach salvation without works.
        Faith defined is this, to hear the word of Truth and do it. It’s that simple, it’s all in the doing far more than just the hearing.
        As a matter of fact James says that the implanted Word of Truth is Savior. He stresses hearing the word and doing it. Which is what precedes his discourse on ‘faith without works is dead. And so is a salvation without works, it is as dead as door nail.

      • World religions focus on the works of their followers. This is how people in Catholicism get to be saints and others don’t. Works is based on man’s efforts. Christ paid my sin debt, I am no longer under the death sentence for my violation of the Law. It is a free gift from Christ. A follower of Christ of course produces good works if he or she is following Christ. But my works can never earn me entrance to heaven only the free gift of Christ which he bought with his own blood on the Cross so that I to may also be saved by his grace and mercy which he extended to all men. I do not subscribe to Hebrew Roots teaching which attempts to put people back under the bondage of the Law. Christ fulfilled the law.

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