The End Times . . . .

pilgrim

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How do those verses compare with these?

“So will it be at the end of the age. The Son of Man will Send His Angels, and they will Collect out of His Kingdom all who cause others to sin and all evildoers. They will throw them into the fiery furnace, where there will be wailing and grinding of teeth. Then the righteous will Shine like the Sun in the Kingdom of their Father.” - Mt 13:40-44


The above sounds to me like the opposite of the "rapture". The evildoers leave, not the righteous.
 
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mica

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How do those verses compare with these?

“So will it be
at the end of the age. The Son of Man will Send His Angels, and they will Collect out of His Kingdom all who cause others to sin and all evildoers. They will throw them into the fiery furnace, where there will be wailing and grinding of teeth. Then the righteous will Shine like the Sun in the Kingdom of their Father.” - Mt 13:40-44

The above sounds to me like the opposite of the "rapture".
it also says at the end of the age. research that.

what you posted above is not the rapture. why would you think it is? especially since you don't believe in it.
 

pilgrim

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it also says at the end of the age. research that.

what you posted above is not the rapture. why would you think it is? especially since you don't believe in it.
The end of the age is not the end of the world. We are at the end of this present age.

There is no rapture. That is why I posted it.
 

mica

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mica said:
it also says at the end of the age. research that.

what you posted above is not the rapture. why would you think it is? especially since you don't believe in it.
The end of the age is not the end of the world. We are at the end of this present age.

There is no rapture. That is why I posted it.
what is this present age?

not yet. you'll know when it happens.
 

dingoling.

Active member
What important teaching do Roman Catholics need to know about Christ and the End Times. What are today's Roman Catholics taught about the increased spiritual deception in the end times? What if the future (end times) became the present tomorrow, what percentage of Roman Catholics would be spiritually prepared?
The "end times" will be like the "beginning times". It started with a marriage - Adam and Eve at the start of the book of Genesis, and it will end with a marriage - Christ and his church at the end of the book of Revelations.
 

leonard03782

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The "end times" will be like the "beginning times". It started with a marriage - Adam and Eve at the start of the book of Genesis, and it will end with a marriage - Christ and his church at the end of the book of Revelations.
The marriage of the Lamb occurs prior to the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.
 

Carbon

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The rapture is taught in Thessolonians....no professing Christian denies the rapture, there is simply debate on when it happens.
Personally I don’t believe scripture supports a rapture as taught in pre-mil views.

if this was just a few hundred years ago many professing Christians would be saying: Professing Christians don’t believe in a rapture.

so, professing Christians claim both to be true.
 

4Him

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Personally I don’t believe scripture supports a rapture as taught in pre-mil views.

if this was just a few hundred years ago many professing Christians would be saying: Professing Christians don’t believe in a rapture.

so, professing Christians claim both to be true.

The rapture can’t be denied, it’s in scripture....the when is what is debated.
 

Nondenom40

Super Member
The "end times" will be like the "beginning times". It started with a marriage - Adam and Eve at the start of the book of Genesis, and it will end with a marriage - Christ and his church at the end of the book of Revelations.
First, Revelation is singular, not plural. Secondly, there is a lot left in the prophetic timeline after the marriage supper of the Lamb. That occurs in Rev 19 there are more chapters after that.
 
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