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    Hello, Eric. I like what you've written but I don't agree with all of it... There are several instances where God performs some kind of judgement on the Earth and protects his chosen by keeping them "out" of it. Noah,Lot,Isrealites and so on. Yes, you're probably thinking "but they were still on earth!" you would be right,they were. but in Revelation 7:13-15 the "multitude" they refer to is us! Luke 21:36 does this scripture sound like God will just leave us down here? 2 things to remember. God took Enoch & can do the same with us. Although he did not remove the others from earth to save them,what was different? COVENATE! I understand where you're coming from... You're mentally preparing yourself,which is good. But rest easy, we are going up in "the twinkling of an eye"... God Bless.
    2009-04-28 03:05:29 Posted by DemonKnight ()

    Hello DemonKnight!

    Glad you stopped by. I understand what you are saying. My point is about exactly when "the twinkling of an eye" will happen. Many today believe that there will be a lengthy period of time where there will be no saints on earth, but scripture does not support such belief. If all saints are gone from the world before the Antichrist wages war against all believers, then why would our Lord tell us that "but the days be shortened, all would perish?" I think that we really need to keep all of the scriptures in mind as we digest passages in the Bible. Enoch was translated by God but Enoch was not saved by Christ either. We are not going to be translated out of here as Enoch was since we are now under the covenant of Christ's blood. He does not take us physically out of danger but rather aides us in enduring it, and triumphing through it. That is what creates our testimony to others, what convinces others that our faith in Christ is real. I am resting easy whether or not I go up in the Rapture before the really bad stuff happens or after it has already begun. Christ is with me always. He is my earnest. In Him do I trust. May Christ richly bless you today!

    In Christ's love,
    2009-04-28 21:19:45 Posted by Eric ()

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