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7 Considerations of a Post-tribulation Viewpoint — 4 Comments

  1. Rick Joyner writes,

    “In this experience, I suddenly found myself standing in front of a radar screen on a warship and the Lord Himself was standing right next to me. There was a blip on the screen that was straight ahead and coming closer very fast. In this experience, I ordered the ship to turn 90 degrees to the right to avoid the impending collision, but after we turned, the blip on the screen remained dead ahead and kept coming straight at us. I then ordered the ship to turn to the left to avoid the collision, but with the same result—it kept coming straight at us. I braced myself for the collision, but nothing happened. When I asked the Lord what that was He simply said, “That was the great tribulation, the great time of trouble. You can’t avoid it, but if you stay close to Me, you won’t even feel it.” Then the experience was over.

    The great tribulation, or time of trouble, is but a tiny blip on the radar screen of all that is coming. It is coming, and it is unavoidable, but if we stay close to the Lord, we do not need to fear it.”

    I believe that this prophecy is consistent with a post-tribulation rapture.


  2. Continued: No point in even discussing how the beast system set up both psyops.  I no longer worry about it.  My responsibility is to worship the Lord, learn His will, agree with His will and do it.  God’s wrath falls on everyone who dies without Christ.  His Day of wrath appears to have happened everytime a nation is crushed for disobedience.  Is a bigger one coming? Probably; presumably the final worldwide falling of Nebuchanezzars statue. We are the toes, I am sure. (See Daniel) It does appear Revelation 18 is in the process of occurring.  But we are not appointed to wrath if we are genuinely saved.  The Kingdom of God is here and growing.  We have prayed for 2000 years, Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven.  That prayer will be answered, I believe, very soon.  Be blessed everyone!  God will never leave us nor forsake us!

  3. Lol!  There are even more permutations to what we can believe.  Ask me again in a year, I may have changed my mind by then but at this point I believe the tribulation is all the years we (humans) have been under Babylonian rule, 2520 or so, or two times 1260. I believe we have moved into the great tribulation, when time is cut short.  I never believed tribulation is God’s wrath, but rather a taskmaster to wake sinners up. The second coming, first resurrection and rapture will fulfill the fall feasts, culminating in the saints receiving glorified bodies, brought before the Lord on the 8th dat of tabernacles and commissioned for service in the millenium.  The beast, antichrist, and false prophet are systems and people backed by demons and fallen angels and have been fighting the saints for the last two millenia, and have manifested in individual people, religions, and governments several times.  The bible often speaks of individuals by name to represent entire groups.  They are fighting their last great battle knowing their time is short.  Will we see another identifiable “man of sin?”  Perhaps. There are several excellent candidates floating around.  Will we be persecuted. Yes, of course, it has come in waves throughout history.  I saw an article today trying to rile up people to believe “extreme evangelical christianity” was responsible for both January 6th and the Brazil riots.

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