I know that while you do not believe Israel is the fig tree in mentioned (in Matt. 24), you do believe that the generation that sees the “nationhood” of Israel will be likely to witness the 2nd coming, but where is the scriptural proof that Israel becoming a nation was the starting point of “the signs” based on Matthew 24?
When a man and woman marry they become one until death do them part. Right? So when the Rapture occurs and a married couple is taken to meet Christ in the air and doesn’t experience death, will they still be married?
If God completely destroys the nations to which Israel was scattered, and that being the gentiles, where are the trib believers other than the Jews who survive, since the nations come to give their gifts to God during the millennium?
My question centers around two groups of people:
1.the ones that die during the tribulation after becoming saved and 2. those who survive to end of the tribulation and are saved. Since the “church age” ends with the rapture, what does that make people of groups 1 and 2? Won’t they also be saved by grace through faith in Jesus Christ?
Since the only way to eternal life is through Christ, how is it possible for the Old Testament saints and adopted foreigners to be saved since they have already died?
I understand that believers will be rewarded for the good deeds and suffer loss for the bad deeds. Someone told me that the ones that suffer loss will not reign in the 1000 year millennium. Is this true?
I was just wondering where in the Bible it talks about King David ruling during the Millennium. They mentioned it in Kingdom Come and it was the first I’d ever heard of it. Also why would the Third Temple be located in Shiloh? Isn’t Jerusalem God’s capitol on Earth? Thanks in advance and God Bless.
Have you even covered or researched the subject about the Red heifer? For years I have heard about this but never fully researched it.
Some Christians are saying Jews are the “elect”; I know they are God’s chosen people. Question is… Who exactly are the “elect”? Are Christians, born-again believers part of the “elect” as well?
My daughter and I were discussing two statements in the Bible, one about “the times of the Gentiles be fulfilled” in Luke 21:24 and the other one is Romans 11:25, “when the fullness of the Gentiles be come in”. That that means there is ONE person who will be the final Gentile to be saved before the Rapture.