Since that time I started studying Scriptures prophecy I always ask me personally why do people trust a Rapture. In my Type study on Revelations I ran across two instances that gives myself more reasons to believe that at the very least this teaching needs to be reexamined in light of a thorough study of the prophecies in link with the Second Coming. The règle of the Rapture is very popular among the list of evangelicals; very often you would notice them on the various satellite tv networks urging upon us the requirement of preparing for the Rapture. Madness of the word ‘rapture’ (as a verb) is ‘to be caught up’, so that the definition suggests, the day should come when the saints will be involved to heaven to be with their particular Lord. If this is all that typically the left behind meaning doctrine teaches and then all mainstream Christian denominations would have been much more close to perfect harmony on the payoff of the saints. But there exists more to this doctrine compared to the benign idea of the bienheureux being caught up to bliss.
When you listen to the average evangelical preacher they will tell you the time will come when, unidentified to the world, the heureux will be snatched away. This specific mysterious disappearance means that often the saints are taken up to be able to heaven, while the sinners are usually left behind. This event is supposed to happen before the tribulation when indicate of the beast will be given. That’s the reason why some assume that the prophecy concerning the anti-christ and the mark of the monster, which you often observe inside your Bible study on Facts, is not for them because they are not here when it is being achieved! Before I get into the things i have discovered in my research on this subject I am going to make one particular interesting observation. The most well known authority on the scriptures alongside Jesus Christ is His apostles. So authoritative and confident will be the apostle Paul that he might have said, “But though we all, or an angel coming from heaven, preach any other gospel unto you than whatever we have preached unto an individual, let him be accursed. inches Gal. 1: 8.
Because of this assertion, the query I would like to ask is this, is the apostle Paul looking forward to any secret rapture? In inquiring this question I would like to suggest that there is a very clear distinction between the doctrine in the Rapture and that of the Next Coming of Christ. The particular teaching that the saints will probably be caught up to heaven minus the world knowing it could not possible be synonymous to the Second Introduction. While the Bible teaches that will Christ will come to the world in a visible and personal physical appearance to be seen by all (Rev. 1: 7), the Rapture teaching suggests that there will be some sort of a secret ascension