In 2 Thess. 2:3, Paul said, “Don’t let anyone deceive you in anyway.” Yet Christians have been deceived about this passage for the past 60 years. Find out how many have been deceived.
The Church is fighting a Rapture Civil War. In this article, we explain why each side acts the way it does and suggest a possible solution.
When does the Wrath of God begin? God has promised that he will exempt Christians from his Wrath. So if we know when the Wrath starts, we also know the timing of the Rapture .
One of the most important questions facing the church is will God allow Christians to enter the Great Tribulation.
Jesus taught that his Kingdom will advance WITHIN the Church like yeast through dough. How can you and I impact the Church in a “Matt. 13:33” way?
The Gospel in the End Times is thrilled to announce the release of our first full length DVD project: Dawn of a New Day: The Timing of Christ’s Return and Why it Matters.
Lately, I have seen almost daily arguments on the internet about Rev. 3:10 and Rapture timing. After reading dozens of brief online opinions from every side of this disagreement, I decided to do an analysis of the CONTEXT of this verse. Hopefully this will be eye-opening and may clear up some confusion.
The most neglected rapture passage in the Bible lies almost hidden prior to its famous sister passage in the next chapter.
The debate between pretribulation rapture followers and prewrath scholars about Paul’s second letter to the Thessalonians has been fierce – mostly centered around 2 Thess. 2:3 and the meaning of the Greek word apostasia. I have written about that passage at length in my book Rapture: Case Closed? and have made my thoughts about that passage known. However, very little discussion has taken place about the passage that precedes 2 Thess. 2 and provides its “context,” that is 2 Thess. 1 – the most neglected rapture passage in the Bible.
In fact, I almost never read commentaries or books about this key passage. As most of us know, there were no chapter and verse divisions at the time Paul wrote his letter. The eschatological material in chapters one and two are really one continuous teaching! We cannot understand chapter two without understanding chapter one that provides introductory thoughts on the more hotly contested chapter.
The word “church” isn’t found in Rev. 4-19. Many claim this is proof of a pretribulation Rapture. But is it? Continue reading “Church” isn’t found in Rev. 4-19 – Why?
In 1 Cor. 15:52, Paul used a term “Last Trumpet” which is not found elsewhere in the Bible. Read this article to see what he likely meant by this term; and what he DIDN’T mean. Continue reading What is the “Last Trumpet?”