Friday, March 11, 2022

March 11, 2022


If you want to call me heretic, go ahead, it won’t hurt my feelings!

God already knows who will come to salvation in Jesus. Revelation is about justice for the children, the chosen of God. Why does he tell us about all of this if we will be raptured? I don’t need to know what happens after I’m gone. Where in Revelation does it speak of the rapture? I can’t find it. The only verse that I’ve found that might support the idea of rapture is 1 Thessalonians 4:17. In this section of scripture, Paul encourages the Thessalonians not to worry if they die before Jesus returns because they will get to see him first. The Old Testament doesn’t support this idea, nor anywhere else in the New Testament.

I’ve looked into the verses that people use to support their view, and I’m still not convinced and I believe the verses are taken out of context or the writer gives the verse new meaning. 

The hope of rapture is that we will not face God’s wrath; listen to me, we will not face God’s wrath even if we live through tribulation. His wrath is for those who choose Satan. 

I’m not saying that it can’t or won’t happen; I’m just saying it’s a weak idea and the Bible doesn’t support it. 

Study this for yourself, and if you are convinced of the rapture, that’s fine; there’s no harm done, just make sure you don’t leave the fight because you “won’t be here!”

“Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep's clothing but inwardly are ravenous wolves. Matthew 7:15

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