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To: RetiredArmy

I tend to agree, however we have no guarantee on pre-Trib, and there is Mid-Trib and Post Trib philosophies out there.

I, for one, believe that Revelations is clear after comparing many scriptures, that the Armies of Heaven in the White Robes are the Christians who have been to the Bride Supper of the Lamb, and return following Jesus on the White Horses to Armageddon to defeat the enemies of Israel.

My belief supports a Pre-Trib Rapture.

However if you think about the change over of the Internet to the UN (other countries control) that is a near possibility in a few years for a mark (chip) controlling access for online banking aka buying and selling. There will definitely be a requirement, and if you know Islam you can imagine what it will be.

So many people are taken unaware in storms, attacks (9/11), and transformations...Who would have thought O could have done so much, in so little time, to cripple the greatest nation on earth economically, politically, and militarily?.


17 posted on 03/22/2014 8:24:20 AM PDT by Kackikat
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To: Kackikat

Scripture is CLEAR. We escape the wrath. The Trib is wrath. I think Paul is perfectly clear it is pre-trib. I don’t believe the mid-trib or end of the trib is correct. Why would any bride marry a husband that beat the heck out of her and then marry him. I believe Christ would not allow His bride to get beat up then bring her home to get married. I think the Scriptures are clear. Perfectly clear. Others have their right to their opinions. I will stick with mine. Thank you.


19 posted on 03/22/2014 9:35:32 AM PDT by RetiredArmy (MARANATHA, MARANATHA, Come quickly LORD Jesus!!! Father send thy Son!! Its Time!)
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