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The Rapture: Just The Facts

The rapture has been intensely promoted in many Christian churches for the last century. It is the belief that either before during or after the tribulation “Christ” will come back for his faithful church. We will look at the history of the rapture, alternative view points, then most importantly what scripture actually teaches us. The questions we will be addressing in this study are: What are the different doctrines about the rapture taught in the church? Does scripture say there will be a rapture? Will faithful Christians be caught up to heaven? What is the tribulation period? What does scripture say about the tribulation and what occurs? Who are the faithful and righteous?   The History of The Rapture The following information is only provided as an overview of the history of the rapture and the different teachings surrounding it … Read entire article »

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The 144000

The purpose of this study is to explain the prophetic events surrounding the hundred and forty four thousand who will be saved during the tribulation period and answer the following questions: Who are the 144000 that are saved from Elohim’s wrath? Are the 144000 the only ones that will be saved? How are the 144000 sealed? Who are those who sleep in the Anointed? What happens to those who sleep in the Anointed? Let’s start by looking at the motivation behind the book of Revelation. This is the Revelation of Yahshua the Anointed, WHICH ELOHIM GAVE HIM TO SHOW TO HIS SERVANTS THE THINGS WHICH MUST HAPPEN SOON, which he sent and made known by his angel to his servant, Yochanan, WHO … Read entire article »

The Prophetic Woman of The Hill

The purpose of this study is to learn about the woman on the hill that has been documented prophetically in the holy scriptures. Our objective is to answer the following questions. Who is the prophetic woman of the hill? What is her role in the system? What is her prophetic name? Where does she dwell? What is her purpose and agenda? Who are her lovers and offspring? What constitutes acts of blaspheme and abominations? We will look at her contributions to society and what her end will be. We will combine both scriptural evidence and use numerous secular materials to properly present and provide clarity on this subject. For ye have brought hither these men, which are neither robbers of CHURCHES, nor yet blasphemers … Read entire article »

The Seventy Weeks of Daniel II

The objective of this study is to examine the seventy prophetic weeks given to Daniel which foretells of the events leading up to the establishment of a theocratic kingdom. Many theologians use the seventy weeks of Daniel to give a timeline to the antichrist and the rapture. We will examine what the apostles and the prophets had to say regarding these seventy weeks, and what they actually address. We will be answering the following questions. What does the seventy weeks represent? What events started the fulfillment of the seventy weeks? What events must be fulfilled during the seventy weeks? What did the temple veil being pulled apart represent? What laws did the anointed fulfill? What’s ushered in after the seventy weeks? What … Read entire article »

The Seventy Weeks of Daniel I

The objective of this study is to examine the seventy prophetic weeks given to Daniel which foretells of the events leading up to the establishment of a theocratic kingdom. Many theologians use the seventy weeks of Daniel to give a timeline to the antichrist and the rapture. We will examine what the apostles and the prophets had to say regarding these seventy weeks, and what they actually address. We will be answering the following questions. What does the seventy weeks represent? What events started the fulfillment of the seventy weeks? What events must be fulfilled during the seventy weeks? What did the temple veil being pulled apart represent? What laws did the anointed fulfill? What’s ushered in after the seventy weeks? What … Read entire article »

Rapture: Fact or Fantasy?

History of The Rapture Theory The following information is to provide an overview of the history of the rapture and the different teachings surrounding it in the Christian Church. Etymology The word “rapture” comes from the Latin verb rapere which means “to carry off, abduct, seize or take forcefully” (compare rape). It was used in the Latin Vulgate (about 405 A.D.) translation of 1 Thessalonians 4:17, which is the primary biblical reference to the event in question, rapiemur “we shall be caught up” translating the original harpagesometha (passive mood, future tense of harpazo). History The earliest known extra-biblical reference to the rapture is from a sermon attributed to a fourth century Byzantine, Ephraem of Nisibis, in which he is quoted … Read entire article »