Rapture

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One of the most controversial topics in the Bible community is the timing of the rapture of the church. But it needn’t be. We have numerous articles on the scriptural support for the pre-tribulation Rapture. The rapture of the church is the secret disappearance of millions of Christians who have placed their faith in the completed work of Jesus Christ on the Cross. Jesus will save the church from the wrath of God that is poured out during the coming Tribulation period. In the twinkling of an eye, we shall all vanish and be in Heaven with Jesus Christ forever.

Will That Day Ever Come?

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    Will That Day Ever Come? By Grant Phillips One thing about the entire end times teaching since Hal Lindsey’s book The Late Great Planet Earth is that we have heard so much of it, we tend to ignore it. I suppose the main reason for this is our lack of patience. It has been 43 […]

    Is Belief in the Rapture Relatively New?

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      Is Belief in the Rapture Relatively New? By Jonathan C. Brentner When did the idea of the rapture originate? Many claim this teaching originated with a man named John Darby who lived in the early nineteenth century. They insist the idea of Jesus’ appearing for His church started with visions of a woman acquainted with […]

      The Pre-Trib Rapture In Acts 15:13-18

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        The Pre-Trib Rapture In Acts 15:13-18 By Jack Kelley A number of people have wondered about using Acts 15:13-18 to support my position that the rapture of the church has to precede the beginning of Daniel’s 70th Week. Most of their comments have included a request for a clearer understanding of why I do this, […]

        Confirming The Sequence Of End Times Events

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          Confirming The Sequence Of End Times Events A Bible Study by Jack Kelley He replied, “When evening comes, you say, ‘It will be fair weather, for the sky is red,’ and in the morning, ‘Today it will be stormy, for the sky is red and overcast.’ You know how to interpret the appearance of the […]

          The Great Escape

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            The Great Escape By Grant Phillips “Because you have kept My command to persevere, I also will keep you from the hour of trial which shall come upon the whole world, to test those who dwell on the earth.” Revelation 3:10 NIV The Lord Jesus Christ promises His bride, the Church, that He will keep […]

            The Rapture

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              The Rapture By Keith Weaver One can’t help but notice events occurring around the world these days. Even unbelievers realize there’s something going on, but for the born-again believers that are watching and aware, these signs point to the soon return of the Lord, and thereby the Rapture of the Church! “So likewise ye, when […]

              The Cry of The Spirit and The Bride

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                The Cry of The Spirit and The Bride By Tim Cameron If Scripture says “The Spirit and The Bride cry Jesus come quickly” and that is not our hearts cry, might we need to ask why? Jesus told us to “watch and pray.” For what reason? In the Jewish wedding custom, the Bride did not […]

                Where, O Death is Your Victory?

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                  Where, O Death is Your Victory? By Jack Kelley “The sting of death is sin, and the power of sin is the law. But thanks be to God! He gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.” – 1 Cor 15:56,57 I will ransom them from the power of the grave; I will redeem […]

                  Rapture Soon?

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                    Rapture Soon? By Dennis Huebshman First the verses; Matthew 24:5-12 and then 2 Timothy 3:1-5. I’ve given them in messages before, but we can never over-study the Word of the Lord. (all emphasis is mine) Matthew 24:5-12: “For many will come in My name saying ‘I am the Christ’; and they will mislead many. (false […]

                    What’s Next for the Church?

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                      What’s Next for the Church? By Jonathan C. Brentner Since my seminary days, I have heard people say the church should endure at least a part of the tribulation because of its need for persecution. But is more suffering really what is next for us? Are we to expect persecution or perhaps greater oppression in […]