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As a Christian, do you believe we are close to the Rapture or catching away?


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    CJ Sledgehammer 5 years ago

    Many Christians, through the years, have witnessed persecution and troubling times and came away thinking that their generation was the last. In the end, they are all wrong. The Great Tribulation has already come and gone.


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    CJ Sledgehammer 5 years ago

    Indeed. We should put the rapture out of mind and go about our Father's business. :0)


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    CJ Sledgehammer 5 years ago

    Kevin: I agree with you 100%. Why is it so hard for contemporary "Christians" to accept the truth of God's Word? I think perhaps, they believe in signs and wonders and all the things their eyes can see...instead of truly believing what the Lord said.


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    CJ Sledgehammer 5 years ago

    They do by now, because it already happened. Too bad good Christian people don't study history and do not take Christ's words at face value. People would rather believe Hal Lindsey's time tables than Christ's. Jesus spoke of a 1st century fulfillment


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    Deidre Shelden (Ms Dee) 5 years ago

    Amen! The people in 1Thess 5:3 who will be surprised are those in darkness. It is those who "are not in darkness" who will not be surprised, like a thief (vss 4-5).


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    Lybrah 5 years ago

    I am just curious...if the idea of rapture is not in the bible, who came up with it? Why do we believe it?


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    Disappearinghead 5 years ago

    Amen.


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