I believe as you that infants and children who have not reached the age of accountability at the time of the Rapture will be raptured. However, since all adults who have been raptured will serve during the Millennial Reign of Christ on earth in our new glorified bodies, then what will happen to the infants and children?
Q. In John 17:15, Jesus prays to God about “not that you take them [his disciples] out of the world” and in verse 20, Jesus prayed “My prayer is not for them alone. I pray also for those who will believe in me through their message. ” I’ve seen these two verses used to refute the rapture. What is your take on the context of these two verses?
I think there is a great deal of confusion on this subject of the Jews. It is my understanding that since the Jews didn’t accept Jesus, Salvation went to the Gentiles. Well, my question is what about the Jews who died already? Say Just yesterday?
From my reading and watching current events unfold before our eyes I am a little confused as to what we are to be looking for next and the purpose of these events.
I have enjoyed Jack’s articles posted on Rapture Ready but I really have problem with the following excerpt from the article “A question we’ve all asked”.
First, I was wondering about Bible college. I feel that maybe the Lord is calling me to full time ministry. Also, I was wondering about money. I have a 401K (that) I would like to use to further the Lord’s kingdom. What advice can you give me?
I understand where you get your logic from in defending the pre-trib rapture, but I have to ask how you can ignore, or explain, the multitude of Scriptures that speak otherwise?
I love Jesus Christ and anxiously await his glorious return. The only difference (between you and I) is our denomination. Whilst you are Evangelical I am Catholic and therefore you realize how uneasy I feel when reference is made to the Rapture. Could you indicate to me who will participate in the Rapture and upon what you base this conclusion.
Have you read “The Footsteps of the Messiah”,by Dr. Arnold G. Fruchtenbaum? If you have,on page 129 and 130 he is discussing other pretrib events.He says that Joel 2:31 will take place before the tribulation. He also says Elijah will come before the tribulation according to Malachi 4:5,6.
In Rev 21. It says in v.9, Then one of the seven angels who had the seven bowls full of the seven last plagues came and spoke with me, saying, “Come here, I will show you the bride, the wife of the Lamb.” and what they’re talking about is the New Jerusalem. I don’t get how we are the Church, the wife of the Lamb, and the New Jerusalem is the wife of the Lamb as well.