Q. In “Don’t Believe Anything I Tell You” you mention people feeling disappointment, anger and loss of hope because the rapture didn’t happened when they expected it. But you failed to mention fear! The fear that just maybe the world is at least partially right. We are surrounded by a society that considers the rapture absolute nonsense. To them the idea of millions of people suddenly vanishing from the face of the earth is insanity. We are human, after all, and this constant laughter by the society around us does take it’s toll. Right or wrong, many of us are having a hard time hearing the footsteps of the Messiah over the noise of the world.
A. I hear you. But the problem may be that you’re paying too much attention to what the world says and not enough attention to what God’s Word says. It even foretold the very things you’re hearing (2 Peter 3:3-9). The Bible has more to say about end times prophecy than any other subject and the rapture of the Church is a big part of it. Serious students know without a doubt that the Bible is by far the most accurate message man has ever received from anyone. People who say it’s insanity simply haven’t done their homework.