Q. Let’s say a person fully leans on faith in God thru Jesus Christ, tries not to sin, prays, repents, is baptized, and reliant on Holy Spirit for daily life … also knowing that this life can change at any time according to the end times and God’s will. Yet this person is not sure as to the mechanics or theology surrounding the “rapture”. Will such persons who are following Jesus, still be taken if indeed the rapture is the “reward” for being a believer?
I have a silly Bible question that I hope you can answer. Will we be able to “fly” in Heaven? I always thought we would be able to, but then I realized I didn’t know why I thought this was true. I guess I just wanted it to be true.
A well known Bible teacher has written a book and of course wants me to buy it. The promo he wrote about our economy’s inflation refers to Revelation 6 and the onset of the Tribulation. He almost makes it sound like that’s where we are now or at the onset of the Tribulation! Is our economy this bad off?
Pre-wrath opinion, if I understand right says the Bible doesn’t say there is a specific 7 year tribulation but do admit to Daniel’s 70th year prophecy. So they believe that the Great Trib (last 3 1/3 yr) is the tribulation period and they believe the rapture is before that during the first 3 1/2 yrs?
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?
Q. If there were other prophecies that needed fulfilling in this generation before the Rapture could happen why did Paul expect Jesus to come back in his generation?
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?
I get questioned by naysayers in my church. They can’t understand why some in the Church are obsessed with end times events. This time a sister asks why so many believe that the mark of the Beast will be physical, like a microchip, and not a mark like the one the Holy Spirit gives to believers. Could you offer some advice?
More and more I read there is more evidence Scripturally for a pre-wrath Rapture and many who were pre-trib believers changing to pre-wrath stating there is more Biblical evidence for a pre-wrath Rapture. Is there any explanation for why so many are changing their minds?
I was on a website you recommended and read an article on The Rich Man and Lazarus. The author says that when we die our body goes into the grave and our spirit falls into a sleep mode and won’t be awakened until the Rapture when it will be rejoined with our body.