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  1. People will take the mark willingly as they will think satan to be Christ.
  2. These verses are of His 2nd coming,not a rapture.
  3. So I hear everybody say the trib will last 7 years.Did not Christ say it would be cut short? The tribulation of satan will last only 6 months,also known as the hour of temptation It's all about deception not death and destruction. The danger of believing in the rapture is the fact that those who are not sealed will turn into whores and that would be Christians as those who don't believe are already whores. Only a believer in Christ can become spiritually dead,and it's gonna happen to most of them.
  4. Not understanding Rev 3:10 as a rapture verse.Help me out
  5. How you figure?
  6. Seriously,where do you get this from? Only 2 choices are the mark of the beast,or the seal of God!
  7. The Word of God is written in the stars https://philologos.org/__eb-tws/signs.htm
  8. One will either receive the seal of God,or take the mark Those are the only options
  9. I see only two groups of people The over comers those with no worry of the 2nd death and those who although changed can still die in the lake of fire. I Corinthians 15:52 "Now this I say, brethren, that flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingdom of God; neither doth corruption inherit incorruption." I Corinthians 15:51 "Behold, I shew you a mystery; We shall not all sleep, but we shall all be changed," I Corinthians 15:52 "In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump: for the trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed." Revelation 20:12"And I saw the dead, small and great, stand before God; and the books were opened: and another book was opened, which is the book of life: and the dead were judged out of those things which were written in the books, according to their works."
  10. That would be incorrect,all of the Elect are Christians ,the Elect are those who were chosen before the foundation of the world,ie,like John Peter Paul Ezekiel Daniel etc..... Another mistake you among other make is seperating the Church from Israel,that simply can't be done...
  11. All Christians are not of the Elect
  12. Sooooo this rapture can't happen,say like this month right? Not trying to be difficult,but most rapturist say it can happen at anytime And then you quote me Matt 24 where that teaching of Christ Himself says He returns after the tribe to which all rapture believers say the Church won't be here
  13. So Christ can't return at anytime,would this be correct. Glad yu brought up Matt,so my question to yu When did Christ say He was returning?
  14. Ive asked this before with no answer at what point in time did Christ return become imminent? Before His ascension, Christ prophesied the coming of the Holy Spirit on Pentecost. Because of this prophecy, Christ could not come until His words had been fulfilled on the day of Pentecost. Thus from His ascension to Pentecost, Christ's return was not imminent. (Lk. 24:49). Before His ascension, Christ prophesied that Peter would grow old; he would then be captured and finally be martyred for his testimony for Him. Because of this prophecy, Christ could not return as long as Peter was alive. Peter had to grow old, be captured, and finally be martyred to fulfill the words of Christ. All the Christians knew that as long as Peter was alive, Jesus could not come. Peter died around A.D. 67. Thus from the ascension to Peter's death (67 A.D.), Christ's return was not imminent. (John 21: 18-19; 1 Pet. 1:13-15). Having established that Christ's coming was not imminent until Peter's death (A.D. 67), none of Paul’s or Peter's Epistles can have any references to an imminent return of Christ because all of the epistles were written before A.D. 67 and both men knew the prophecies of Christ, and that His coming was not possible at that time. The epistles of Paul and Peter make no reference to an imminent return of Christ. Before His ascension, Christ prophesied that His church would be planted in Jerusalem, then Judea, then Samaria, and then to “the ends of the earth.” This prophecy was not fulfilled by the early church and has yet to be fully fulfilled. Until the church has been planted in every tribe, tongue and nation, Christ's coming is not imminent. (Acts 1:8; Matt. 28:19, 20; MK. 16:15; Lk. 24:7f; Rev. 7:9). Before His ascension, Christ prophesied the total destruction of Herod's temple by foreign armies. The temple was not destroyed until A.D. 70. Thus from His ascension to the destruction of Herod's temple (A.D. 70), Christ's return was not imminent. (Matt. 24:1; Mk. 13:1; Lk. 21:5, 6). Before His ascension, Christ prophesied certain signs to precede His return. These signs were not present in the early church and are not fully present right now. They are still future. Thus until all these signs are clearly and fully fulfilled, Christ's coming is not imminent. (Matt. 24-, Mk.13, Lk. 21). After His ascension, Christ prophesied that the apostle Paul would go to Rome and preach His gospel. Until Paul got to Rome, Christ could not come. Thus from His ascension to the time when Paul got to Rome (A.D. 61), Christ's return was not imminent. (Acts 23:11; 27:24). None of Paul’s epistles written before he got to Rome could possibly teach that Christ's return was imminent.- After His ascension, Christ prophesied that the church at Smyrna would pass through a great persecution in the future. He challenged them to suffer faithfully. Until the Smyrna church had been through this trial, Christ could not come. Thus from His ascension to the trial of the church at Smyrna, Christ's coming was not imminent. (Rev. 2:10). Christ in various parables connected His church and His coming with the end of the age. Until all the Biblical Prophecies leading up to the end of the age, and the prophecies concerning the end of the age have been fulfilled, Christ cannot come. Thus Christ's return cannot be imminent. (Matt. 13:24-30, 36-43, 47-50; 25:14-30)
  15. If the 7th isn't the last do tell where's the 8th? You keep waiting of this false rapture,and see where it get's you.