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By Tom Keeley ~ Special to The Church Guide
The Place of the Rapture
In the 7 Year Tribulation
Previously in The Church Guide, we discussed the three traditional
views of the rapture: pre, mid, and post tribulation and various Biblical
passages that go against the teaching that it could happen at any moment
(click here to read).
At this time, we will deal with the Biblical support for a fourth view
called prewrath, which places the rapture sometime between the middle and
the end of the tribulation. In other words, it will happen at some unknown time
in the last half of Daniel’s 70th week, also known as the tribulation period. This
means that the church will have to face the persecution of the antichrist (
great tribulation) but will be raptured before God’s wrath ( Day of the Lord).
The key to the timing of the rapture is to correctly define the Day of the
Lord from the Old Testiment and then determine when it begins. It is critical to
do this based only on passages of the Bible and not on other assumed ideas.
The many OT passages mentioned the Day of the Lord will be listed here ...
10 Signs That Jesus is
Coming Back Soon
"When you see these things
happening, know that the kingdom of
God is near." - Luke 21:31
No one can tell us with certainty
what tomorrow’s weather will be except
the one who causes it – God – but by
listening to the weather report or looking
at the sky, people use their eyes and
their brains to at least make an educated
guess about tomorrow’s weather.
Likewise, no one can tell us with
certainly when the exact timing of Jesus’
return will be except the one who will
cause it to happen – God the Father (Mt.
12:36) – but by listening to the right
world news sources, people can use
their eyes and their brains to at least
make an educated guess about how
close we are to the return of Jesus
Christ. Jesus said that when you see
certain things begin to happen, "look up
and lift up your heads, for your
redemption draws near," and "when you
see them happen the kingdom of God is
near" (Luke 21:28,31). Jesus and Paul
both taught that the proper way to wait
for His return is to therefore be watchful,
ready and sober (Matthew 24:42-
44,25:13; 1 Th. 5:6).
False Christs Arising
to Be the Second
Coming of Jesus
By Heather Clark l Christian News
A number of false Christs have
been arising in various nations
worldwide, claiming to be the second
coming of Jesus.
While many are following these
self-proclaimed Messiahs, some are
speaking out against their cults, being
mindful of Christ's words in Matthew
24:5, "For many shall come in My name,
saying, 'I am Christ,' and shall deceive
Australia: Also known as A.J., Alan
John Miller lives in Queensland,
Australia with his partner Mary Luck.
Miller claims that he remembers
details from his "former life" as Jesus,
and Luck says that she is the
reincarnation of Mary Magdalene. Both
state that they were married in their
previous life and had a daughter
"I have very clear memories of
the crucifixion, but it wasn't as
harrowing for me as it was for others
like Mary who was present," Miller told
Sky News last year.
The two run the organization
Divine Truth, and have appeared on
local and international television
programs to speak of Miller's claims of
being the Messiah. Crowds of generally
100 people or more gather to hear him
speak at his seminars, and some
followers from across the country have
given up their possessions and families
to be nearer to Miller.
Siberia: Also known as Vissarion,
Sergey Anatolyevitch Torop began
proclaiming himself as Jesus
reincarnated after he was fired as a
traffic officer in Russia in 1990.
He went on to found the Church
of the Last Testament, which combines
various religions together, including
Buddhism, Hinduism and Christianity.
At the last report, Torop has over
5,000 followers, some of which gather to
listen to the self-proclaimed Messiah
speak. His words are often collected in
a book, which spans 10 volumes.
The Antichrist and the
Muslim Mahdi (Part 1)
By Michael Youssef l Christian Post
Many people—religious and non-
religious—are asking questions about a
word they hear the media use when
referring to ISIS and other Islamist
jihadists. That word is apocalyptic,
which is used when specifically referring
to the fatalism of Islamists.
People wonder, why do so many
Muslims (both Sunni and Shiite) operate
with such an “apocalyptic,” end-of-world
Our secular society, however,
coupled with the media’s carelessness,
is bandying about words like apocalyptic
without using them properly and without
explanation. That creates a great deal
of confusion for some, many of which
just throw up their hands in resignation
and say, “I don’t understand this.”
But for those who want to
understand, I am offering this 2-part
column, taking excerpts from my newest
book, Jesus, Jihad, and Peace. I hope
this will put things into perspective...
Watch this video. Look into the eyes of this young lady as she shares her endtime dreams and
prophecies. It paints a picture of the tribulation to come. She cries out for you, the viewer, to
get ready. To prepare for Jesus’ coming.