Q. If the fullness of the Gentiles being saved must arrive before the rapture occurs, what about all the people that are continually being born that need to be saved, how could the gentile number ever be final?
Q. I’ve enjoyed your website immensely, and look forward to new articles each day. In your “Revelation Times” articles, I noted in the “hail judgment” in Revelation 16, that “since stoning is the Biblical penalty for blasphemy, The Lord sends 100 pound hailstones to the Earth in judgment, and to prepare it for when Christ returns.” I’ve noted other authors echo this as well.
Q. Thank you so much for helping me to learn the Word. My question is from Revelation 6:6 dealing with last part, “and see thou hurt not the oil and the wine.” I’m sure it must mean more than a literal meaning.
Q. I had a question regarding 1948 and this beginning the first year counting down to the rapture. I know this is when Israel became a country but I thought the count down, according to the Bible, would begin 1967 when the 6 day war reclaimed the city of Jerusalem. Meaning once Jerusalem was reclaimed by the Jew then THAT generation would not pass before Jesus returned. Which would mean the rapture should occur the year 2030??? Please let me know what your thoughts are on this.
Q. Why would Jesus say He would come as a “thief” in the night and not use another analogy? To me this is odd. Why not use something like I will come unexpectedly like a person to the market when the market is closed? To me a thief is someone who does something illegal, one who is a criminal. Or has the word thief been translated in a wrong way over the many years?
Q. In your reply to the question about a May 21, 2011 rapture you wrote, “But three times between Matt. 24:36 and Matt 25:13 the Lord said the day and hour of the 2nd Coming would not be known in advance.” Would you please give me the specific scripture where it says that the day and the hour would not be known in advance? I have just reread those verses several times, and I see twice that we are told to watch! Why should we watch if we cannot know, as you wrote? All I see is that Jesus said that only God knew the time at that time when He (Jesus) spoke those words. Jesus did not say that no-one would know in advance, ever.
Q. As I looked into the anniversary date of Israel becoming a nation, I see that this coming year (2011) it falls on May 10th. I just wonder if people realize how close we may be to the Rapture based on Israel becoming 63 years old? If that date passes and we are still here, I know it means that the # of Gentiles has not come in, but it also means that there is less than 7 years left for Pioneers in Israel to be 70. Do you have any additional thoughts on this to share? I long for the Rapture to be prior to May 10th !
Q. Regarding the “Great Revival” and other questions previously submitted about the “Dominion Doctrine”. I know that any doctrine that is not based on scripture ultimately is of satanic origin. You stated that you could find no scriptural support for that particular belief and you offered scriptures that refute it. Can you expound on the beginnings of that teaching and discuss the harm that can come to the Church through the proliferation of Dominion Theology?
Q. I hear of many churches, including my church, speaking of a last days revival. While I want to be part of any soul saving the Lord has in store for my community, I don’t see this last days revival in scriptures.I actually see the opposite in that there will be a falling away such as in 2 Thessalonians 2:3. Please comment.
Q. Who are the people that get saved during the Tribulation? Are they co-workers that I have been trying to witness to or brothers and sisters that I have been contending for? If so, how do they not fall into being deceived for the great deception that is going to come?