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2011-09-21 23:04
Felipe Rios
Pre-Wrath:
Matthew 24:20 states, "But pray ye that your flight be not in the winter, neither on the sabbath day." Why does Christ mention the sabbath being that the churches do not keep the sabbath? Is this simply a warning to the Jews and the 144,000 during the wrath of Satan?
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2012-06-22 21:00
Dominic
Questions about specific scriptures:
In your answer to the question of when the Gog and Magog battle of Ezekiel 38-39 takes place, you put the timing of the battle as culminating in the Battle of Armageddon. If this is so, how do you account for Ezekiel 38:11, which describes Israel at this time as "a land of unwalled villages; ... a peaceful people, who dwell safely, all of them dwelling without walls, and having neither bars nor gates"? This being the end of the 70th week, Israel is not dwelling in anything approaching safety, but rather is under heavy persecution amidst the terrible events of the Great Tribulation. Thanks for your help.
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2014-02-26 18:01
Van McDaniel
Questions about specific scriptures:
I really appreciate your site and the time you have put into it to teach the REAL truth about the end times. I am pre-wrath, but I have to disagree with you on something. You show that the trumpet judgements and the bowl judgements are independant of one another, but I believe that they happen together.. 1st trumpet and 1st bowl, 2nd trumpet and 2nd bowl, etc... One of the main reasons I believe this, among others, is because in Revelation 11:15(NIV) we see "The seventh angel sounded his trumpet, and there were loud voices in heaven, which said: “The kingdom of the world has become the kingdom of our Lord and of his Messiah, and he will reign for ever and ever.” This means that the Antichrist has been defeated and that Christ is now ruling. Then in Revelation 16:10 we see "The fifth angel poured out his bowl on the throne of the beast, and its kingdom was plunged into darkness. People gnawed their tongues in agony 11 and cursed the God of heaven because of their pains and their sores, but they refused to repent of what they had done." If the kingdoms of this world belong to Christ in Revelation 11, then how is it that the 5th bowl is poured out on the throne of the Beast in Revelation 16? Did Christ give the Beast his kingdom back, or does Revelation tell the story twice... chapters 1 - 11, and then it starts over in 12 -22?
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2014-05-26 01:12
Daniel Gutfeld
Questions about specific scriptures:
How can the dead in Christ be in heaven (presently) and get raptured/resurrected at the beginning of the Day of the Lord? I did a study myself on this and came up with 37 pages, and came up with the fact that no one 'dead in Christ' are in heaven accept Jesus Himself. And further, no one is in what we call Hell... yet. Please explain if I have this wrong.
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2014-09-13 23:39
Greg
Questions about specific scriptures:
Hello, thank you for developing this site and sharing your teaching. The pre-wrath view definitely clears up a lot of confusion for me. There are just two sticking points for me. Multiple verses speak of the dead in Christ rising with those who are alive when Christ returns, but the great multitude in Revelation during the sixth seal only describes those who have come through the tribulation. Where are all the dead in Christ from previous eras? Also, in 1 Corinthians 15:52 it states that we shall all be changed at the last trump. How can that take place if we are already changed and raptured into Heaven during the sixth seal before the trumpets even begin? Any clarification would be greatly appreciated.
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2015-12-31 20:05
Anthony Hallman
Pre-Wrath:
Are you able to dialog with and refute preterists such as Jonathan Welton (http://weltonacademy.com), Hank Hanegraaff, and Gary DeMar -- who upset the faith of many?
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