Pre-tribulation Rapture Is A Lie
It is biblical truth: There is no pre-tribulation rapture.
Thousands believe in the "secret rapture of the church" (referred to as the "Pre-Trib Rapture") prior to the tribulation period. Believers don't want to think about suffering through a tribulation period and Satan definitely doesn't want Believers to store food and make preparations to survive through the tribulation period.
Pre-tribulation rapture lie is an "American doctrine" that has been promoted by False Teachers.
Proverbs 10:30 The righteous shall never be removed: but the wicked shall not inhabit the earth.
The pre-trib rapture concept was manufactured in the 1800's in an 18 year old Plymouth Brethren girl's dream. She told her Pastor, John Darby, about the dream. He then relayed the dream to C. I. Scofield - who bought into the dream as revealed truth. Scofield placed this pre-tribulation rapture myth as a footnote in his popular Bible, which began the spread of the lie.
Cyrus Scofield, a corrupt, crooked lawyer funded by Zionist Jews from New York City in the late 19th century brought these heresies in to the Church. Scofield's heresies promoted a Jewish kingdom and an earthly Zionist New World Order to be ruled over by a god-like Jewish race, without any Christian gentiles around to mess things up. These heresies soon became popular amongst some denominations, especially among the Southern Baptists and their Masonic Lodge membership. John Darby altered the bible commissioned by ZIONISTS to trick Christians into thinking they would be saved by teleportation.
Millions of "evangelical" and "fundamentalist" Christians actually believe that in helping Satan and the Beast set up their bloody kingdom on earth, they are, in reality, serving God.
Their disregard for scriptural integrity brings to the forefront our Lord's dire warning that as the end of time draws near, the religious of this world will kill true Christians and think they are doing God's service (John 16:2).
In Matthew 24:29-31, the rapture ("gathering together") is placed in the same time frame as the second coming of Jesus Christ. And all of this is "after the tribulation" (verse 29).
Pre-tribulation believer's ignore this clear passage.
All other passages in Scripture relating to the "gathering together unto Him" must refer back to the literal time line provided by Jesus in Matthew 24.
Christ's return coincides with the end of the tribulation.
Revelation 1:7 states “he cometh with clouds”, which is linked to “all the tribes of the earth mourn” in Matthew 24:3, and the clouds are mentioned in the scripture used by false teachers who use 1 Thessalonians 4:17, when we are “caught up together with them in the clouds.”
Isaiah 40:10 says: “The Lord God will come (and) his reward is with him”. In Isaiah 62:12, we find that reward is for “the redeemed of the Lord” who receive their reward when he comes at the 7th trumpet, when “thy wrath is come, and the time of the dead, that they should be judged, and that thou shouldest give reward unto thy servants the prophets, and to the saints.” Christ comes at the very end of the days.
The last day, when Jesus raises the dead (he says it 4 times in John 6 verses 39, 40, 44, & 54) has to coincide with the time when "the dead in Christ shall rise" (I Thessalonians 4:16) since there is only one resurrection of the just (Luke 14:14).
The last day is referenced by Mary's sister Martha, as she fretted over the death of her brother Lazarus. Jesus told her that Lazarus would live again, and she said "I know that he shall rise again in the resurrection at the last day" (John 11:24). Obviously, Christ did not correct her, by stating that Lazarus would rise with the other dead at "Pre-Tribulation" Rapture, 7 years before the last day.
We cannot use a passage in the Book of Revelation or any other symbolically-based section of the Bible by which to draw a pre-tribulation rapture doctrine.
We cannot not take the words of the Apostle Paul, insert them and use them out of context to create a pre-tribulation string of Scripture references to justify both this belief and this cult following.
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