I worry that people who believe in “the rapture” will fall victims to the “signs and wonders” put forth by the antichrist.
He also said “he who endures to the end shall be saved.”
I will see Christ when he returns the -only- second time...not in some “secret” second coming that precedes the real second coming.
What if *this* is the “great delusion” that God said he would send to His people, in the end times?
*If* there is a “rapture”, fine.
I’ll be gone.
If it’s a trick of the false messiah, I won’t be buying it no matter how “miraculous” it may seem.
If I see “Jesus”, pinch myself and it still hurts, He hasn’t come back yet because we will all -instantly- be -transformed-, i.e...unable to suffer, get sick, die or feel pain.
*Most* churches teach the rapture theory.
This is why I do not got to church.
I think the deception has to do with the counterfeit stuff from Satan in our era . . . which could include some semblance of a counterfeit ‘Rapture’ courtesy of the
fallen angels, nephilium, watchers, ‘ET’s’
etc. as some New Agers pontificate about . . . . as well as
their capacity to hoax ‘historic’ holographic videos purporting to disprove much of the Biblical history in their efforts to convince the world that ET’s created man as well as EVERY religious leader in our history for social engineering purposes.
The “Rapture” is merely a term describing a very Biblical future event or events. . . . just as Trinity is a word describing very Biblical truth.
Of course we must be alert and test the spirits in this era as like no other time in history.
Doesn’t mean we throw out Scriptures with the bath water.
Doesn’t mean we extrapolate sky-scrapers of assumptions built on toot-picks of ‘evidence.’
Oh, gee. That’s a GREAT reason not to go to church. Sarc.