The Pre Tribulation Rapture
Some think that the rapture will happen Pre-tribulation. Some think it will happen mid-tribulation, and some think the harpazo will happen post-tribulation. The only thing that we all seem to agree on is that there will be a tribulation. Listen to the video below and tell me what you think. This channel made by Scottie is based on the opinion that the pre-tribulation rapture will happen on one of the feast days – specifically “Rosh Hashanah”
This is very key to how we can know that the rapture or Harpazo (greek) is “right at the door“.
UPDATE: I’ve been watching others tell of what they have learned and something I learned from Charles Capps that makes a ton of sense is related to the verse that says “the dead in Christ will have their bodies raised first and then those that are living will follow”.
I’ve always questioned what this really meant because why would those that are in Christ and have been in heaven need to rise first?
Well as it turns out we need to have our bodies transformed into our new bodies.
God Is A God Of Restoration
God makes all things new…
So when Charles Capps started referring to us doing everything that Jesus did and then listing off some of those things, I was amazed at what was literally right under our noses the whole time.
Do you remember after Jesus was crucified, and was dead for 3 days – when he came back to be with the apostles for 40 more days in his new body?
Well if Jesus did it that means we get to do it as well. We will have our new bodies before the rapture of the church. We will also be on earth for 40 days, which means we will know the exact time that we will be raptured – just as every other person that was raptured knew of his time to be raptured.
Food For Thought
Something to think about when it comes to the rapture is the character of God. Would a loving God that wants the very best for you and that means to prosper you in all areas of life, put you through a time of tribulation? I know there are verses that sound like He would but those verses are being taken out of context or just not understood the way it was meant to be understood.
The biggest argument that post tribulation believers have is the Mark 24 verses. Another misunderstanding of what is really being said. Look at verses all over the bible. They all point towards the imminent pre-tribulation rapture.
No loving God would put his children into a fire willingly. That’s what the tribulation will be and that is something I would never want to experience. That’s also the weirdest part for me. Most post or mid-tribulation believers have no idea as to what sort of torture will be happening and hence even they wouldn’t want to be here during those times.
So why argue something you do not want to happen? Comment below with your thoughts.
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