A few months ago, I was invited to be a guest on the new “But… Why?” Podcast by Michaela Renee Johnson. I accepted the invite because I felt the Lord was giving me an opportunity to speak at a time when I should speak.
Many Bible prophecy teachers overlook the Parable of the Wheat and Tares. However, we should not overlook this parable. It has crucial details about the onset of the end of the age and the coming of Christ.
Everyone who studies Bible prophecy must account for the Parable of the Wheat and Tares. Your understanding of the end times will be incomplete if you cannot account for this parable.
In this article, I will provide you insight about the Parable of the Wheat and Tares.
Matthew 24 speaks of many troubling events for the righteous, including persecution, the rise of false Christs and prophets, and love growing cold.
Many believe Matthew 24 is for Jews and not for the Church. You find this teaching especially popular with those who believe in the Pre-Trib Rapture. Even though this teaching is widespread, is it biblical?
After a lot of study, I believe the teaching that Matthew 24 is only for the Jews is unbiblical. In this article, I will explain why Matthew 24 applies to the Church.
2 Thessalonians 2 tells us about a figure known as “the restrainer”. The restrainer is an entity that is holding back the unveiling of the Antichrist and the working of Satan’s full power. However, the restrainer will vacate their role in the end times. This will enable Satan and the Antichrist much more freedom to unleash evil on this world.
The identity of the 24 elders of Revelation is the subject of much speculation. Many theories about their identity exist. Some see the 24 elders as the Church and use this view to teach a Pre-Trib Rapture. Others disagree and offer their own theories.
In this article, I will share my insights on the identity of the 24 elders and comment on if we should use the 24 elders to promote the Pre-Trib Rapture. I will also talk about how Melchizedek, a mysterious figure, may be relevant in this discussion.
Pre-Trib Rapture teachers argue that the blessed hope will be fulfilled at the Day of Christ before the start of the tribulation. They argue that the Day of Christ is not the same as the Day of the Lord, which many believe will start after the tribulation. Therefore, our blessed hope can come at any time according to the Pre-Trib Rapture theory.
Will the blessed hope be realized at the appearance of Christ in a Pre-Trib Rapture? Is the Day of Christ different from the Day of the Lord? I will answer these questions and more in this article.
Some believe Revelation 3:10 provides evidence of a Pre-Tribulation Rapture. The verse talks about how the church of Philadelphia will be kept from the hour of testing. Some interpret this as a promise to remove the Church before the start of the tribulation.
Are Pre-Tribulation Rapture supporters right to draw support from Revelation 3:10? I will provide my thoughts in this article.