When will the Rapture Happen?

November 22, 2019   |   Category: End of the Age   |   Tags: ,


 

Most of you know by now, we believe the Bible teaches the rapture will occur immediately after the great tribulation. On today’s edition of End of the Age, I will answer some of the objections to that teaching.

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3 Responses to “When will the Rapture Happen?”

  1. Kim Zuber

    The seals/trumpets/vials of wrath (God’s wrath) touch nearly everyone on the face of the earth, everyone will be affected. This would seem to contradict that it’s only Satan’s wrath during the 7 years of the final 70th week of Daniel. Nobody is saying that the Church would not be subject to suffering, but that the Church would not be subject to God’s wrath. There is without question, the outpouring of God’s wrath during the 70th week and prior to the 2nd coming.

    The second coming is not the same as the rapture, they are 2 separate events.

    2 Th 2:1-3 – The 2nd coming doesn’t happen until the anti Christ is revealed, the anti Christ cannot be revealed until the Church is gone. You are separating the events. Read as 2 events, 2 TH 2:1-3 makes sense. If the restrainer is Christ (He) in the Church on the earth or it’s the time clock of God, it really doesn’t matter, The Church cannot coexist with the anti Christ government in the earth at the same time. We have absolute power over him, but when we are gone, there

    How did the martyrs in heaven in Rev 6:9-11 get there?

    Satan is given authority over ALL nations, kindreds, tongues … are you saying that he now has power over the Church? He will wear out the saints? He will overcome them? Or are the saints in the earth at the time, not the Church but rather Israel and any new converts? Satan cannot rule over the Church as we have power over him. Therefore, we cannot be here and the saints is a reference to God’s people in the earth during the 70th week.