I am involved in a discussion on what we (born-again believers) will be like after we are raptured into Heaven. The discussion is getting wild and some are suggesting that “we will be like him” to the point of becoming God in the same manner as Jesus Himself.
In Revelation 14 it talks about reaping, but it appears to be two separate things. Verses 14 through 16 seem to be Jesus harvesting. Verses 17 through 20 are God’s wrath poured out.
So if the whole world and Israel knows that God delivered Israel from her enemies why would they sign a treaty with the anti-Christ?
If Babylon must be rebuilt to the point that is has the clout required to satisfy the descriptions given in Revelation 18 like “Was there ever a city like this great city?”, how can the Rapture be imminent?
I have been looking through a lot of rapture web sites lately and some of the stuff I read is pretty “out” there. Date predictions abound but … do you think it’s possible to know the date or predict it with any accuracy?
What is your opinion of Hank Hanegraffe’s book “The Apocalypse Code”. I have to be careful with my ‘pennies’ and so do not want to purchase another book that is not worthy. Should I buy the book or not?
n your article Seven Things You Have to Know to Understand End Times Prophecy, you say “A Millennium is obviously a defined span of time, while by definition Eternity is the absence of time.” You say similar things about there not being Time when we are in our eternal state in other parts of the articles. I am curious why you think there will be no time on the New Earth.
Q. Thank you for your insight! I glean your site 7 days a week. I was watching a well known Bible teacher on tv today, and he referred to 2 Thes. 2:3, and said that the “falling away” was the rapture of the Church. However, I looked up “falling away” in my Strong’s concordance, and # 646 says “Apostasia”. Am I missing something here?
Having seen that along with the blessings of salvation have come the gifts that give us the ability to respond accordingly, we continue now with Paul’s advice on living a life pleasing to God in gratitude for all that He’s given us.
If a lost lady is pregnant at the time of the rapture what happens to the baby?