Q. Thank you very much for your reply on the purpose of the Church. I have one follow up question. Why do you think we will be so blessed (inc going in the Rapture) when we do not and will not suffer as much as those in the Tribulation ? It seems unfair to those who will be in the Tribulation !
Q. Can you explain what is going on in Isa. 26:19-21? Thank you very much, I appreciate your time given.
Q. I am confused when I compare two of your teachings. In the article “Signs of the Times … Times of the Signs” you indicate that the anti-Christ will rise as a charismatic leader in the aftermath of Ezekiel’s war. This makes Ezekiel’s war a pre-trib event.
Q. I was reading articles about the Rapture recently and came across one on the pre-wrath view. I don’t know if you want to read it or care to, but it really upset me. It is talking about what I have feared myself. I have been asking my husband if we should not prepare for such an occurrence. He believes in the Pre-Trib rapture and I have always thought that made sense. Maybe I am just afraid it won’t be true…like it’s “too good to be true” and wishful thinking.
Q. I thank you for your dedication to the study and teaching of God’s Word and your faithful service to us who need your insight and wisdom. I eagerly open your website each day to study with you. I pray for you every day that God continue to bless you and keep you. The question I have is about the timing of the rapture. I know you’ve heard the quip, “If you see Christmas merchandise in the stores, you know Thanksgiving is coming soon.” How true this is but exactly what is the “Christmas” sign that we can look for concerning the rapture?
Q. Our observation from reading your study on The 7 Things You Have To Know To Understand End Times Prophecy is that for some time (second, minutes, hours?) after the rapture, the earth will be left with no church at all. I find this hard to believe. Also, the argument that God deals with the Church and Israel separately falls down in the case of saved Jews, as they are members of both.
Q. Thank you for taking the time to answer so many questions from the Word of God. I am a little curious how you reconcile your position of Jesus’ return between now and 2011 (with His second coming in 2018) with your view that Jesus won’t be coming back by a certain date, but when the number of Christians added to the church is complete?
Q. You seem to think we will disappear in the rapture, and I wonder where in the Bible it says we will vanish. Jesus, when he transfigured did not vanish, did he? Our transformation might be different, understood, but it seems, from what I understand in Thessalonians, that maybe we can only hear that trumpet in our transfigured bodies, and when we do we will have to (want to as well, no doubt!) fly up into the clouds to meet Him. Jesus did not burn his clothes off with His glory, nor did he disappear out of them- maybe it will be the same with us? This sounds more likely to me than a mass disappearance… But I would like very much to know what you think!
Q. First, thank you so much for taking time to answer questions. I look forward to reading the question and answer emails I receive from Grace thru Faith. I was just reading a question concerning children saved at the Rapture. It brought to mind another question. What will happen to children in the womb of an unsaved mother at the time of the Rapture?
Q. In 2 Thessalonians 2:11 it says that God will send them strong delusion. I’ve often wondered what that would be. With all the talk of aliens and in movies from Hollywood, do you think that fallen angels in the form of aliens might appear? Do you think the Antichrist might explain away the rapture that us Christians were taken off of the earth because we were inferior and were preventing a better earth?