Q. I know we’ve chatted before about the Rapture occurring on Pentecost, and I’ve read the great article you wrote on the subject. But I still think the Lord showed me the Rapture will happen on Pentecost. I continue to agree with you that the Rapture may be a number-specific event not tied to a Feast, but it seems to me that there’s some unfinished business with Pentecost.
A. What I’ve said is if the Lord chooses to have the rapture coincide with a Jewish Feast day, Pentecost would by far be the most logical choice. But the problem with identifying a specific day for the rapture is that you eliminate 364 other days. I’ve received several letters from people who are mad because the Lord didn’t come on Rosh Hashanah. One said he was now like a bear, going into hibernation until next year. Another said that like Peter, he was going fishing. This is not what the Lord intended. We’re supposed to expect Him on any given day, including today.