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Does This Verse Talk About Rapture? — 7 Comments

    • I love this post.
      The Holy Spirit has time and time again this year spoken to me about this very subject —- assuring me that He will make a way for His people during Tribulation. He will perform signs wonders and many miracles to keep us safe and ministering to those in need through heavenly provision we have not yet seen.
      He is a miracle working God and all He requires is our trust! He fed Elijah by way of ravens; He will meet our needs as well! Hallelujah!

      Also concerning the passage mentioned…You know…
      I was studying that verse in Matthew the other day and the context made me stop to consider if those ‘taken’ are the wicked
      For the comparison of the days of Noah when the flood came and ‘took them all away’
      Seems to imply that the ones ‘taken’ are indeed the unrighteousness
      While the righteous are left behind to enter into the Kingdom
      Take it before the Lord as with anything
      In Love

  1. Luke 17:34 talks about the rapture when one will be left and the other gone. Matthew 25:1-13 talks about the rapture also. Speaks of the 5 wise virgins that were ready when the bridegroom came for them, but the 5 unwise virgins were not. Be careful to rightly divide the whole word of God.

  2. The rapture is pure foolishness. This eshcatology is made up by gentiles. Best believe that The Most High God is not going to let the gentiles escape their fate. The true Hebrews are awakening as the gentiles are running I’m fear of Christ’s return. 400 years are up. Recompense will be had. The fullness of the gentiles is hear.

  3. What about 1 Thessalonians 4:13-17?  These verses do not specify SOME.  “THEN WE WHICH ARE ALIVE AND REMAIN SHALL BE CAUGHT UP TOGETHER WITH THEM IN THE CLOUDS, TO MEET THE LORD IN THE AIR: AND SO SHALL WE EVER BE WITH THE LORD.”  That’s the verse I cling to.