My question is concerning the mystery of the Rapture. It makes sense to me that the Cross was a mystery because if Satan had known about it, then he would have done everything in his power to keep it from happening. But what about the hidden truth of the Rapture?
The timing in Ezekiel 38-39 has been a key factor for me over many years. It is hard for me to listen to folks saying it is the same as Armageddon. Israel buries folks for 7 mos. & burns fuel for 7 years.
We know that there were declared by Daniels prophecy a term of years before ‘ Messiah will be cut off’ a term that were completed at 483 years, and the clock stopped ticking. Would I be right in saying, that the clock should start ticking at exactly the same point that it stopped
On the controversy of the two witnesses, where can I find scripture that backs up Moses’ role, and not Enoch’s? The fact that Enoch and Elijah never died makes sense, but many Bible scholars have said it will be Moses. I’ve wondered this myself.
When one says Moses will be one of the two witnesses, he/she creates a problem; that being, Moses dying twice and Enoch not dying at all, which conflicts with God’s WORD. Also, One implies that there is a reincarnation of Moses.
My 1st Question is,when we get to heaven,if I loved Basketball here,will I still be able to love it there and maybe play it? 2nd,Is it possible that if I played a Sport in Heaven my body may not get tired as easily as the one does here?
As I listened to one of your teachings on the Rapture and Great Tribulation, a curious question that had come to mind a few month ago, came back again. Do you think there is anyone living today that may be someone like Simeon (who was promised he would not die until he saw the Messiah) regarding the Rapture of the Church?
I am bound by God’s WORD to advise you of an error in “The Two Witnesses of Revelation”. The ERROR is that ENOCH is one of the Two Witnesses, NOT Moses. The author referred to Jude verse 9; However, if he had read on down to verse 14-19. ENOCH is quoted “…The LORD cometh WITH Ten Thousands of HIS SAINTS.
Q. I came across (an) article and it made me realize that I have no idea what the LDS teach about the end times. Do you? With Mitt Romney running for president, it might be nice to know what he believes.
I understand that many Biblical scholars believe Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem was on Sunday, April 6, A.D. 32; His death on the cross was Thursday afternoon, April 10; and He arose before sunrise the Sunday of April 13. Pentecost, the birth of the Church, was fifty days later. While only God knows the precise year and timing of the Rapture, is there any Biblical reference that may give a clue that it could occur on a “birthday” of the Church?