A Biblical Case for the Rapture

A Biblical Case for the Rapture January 19, 2018
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I would like to take a moment to present a biblical case for the doctrine of the Rapture. Here it is, in full:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Ellen Hammond

    You summed that up well. lol Thanks for the laugh.

  • I laughed too, thinking to myself, “Aw man, I totally fell for that.”

  • Jon-Michael Ivey

    What translation are you using? I don’t recall seeing that much white space in my version.

  • This joke’s not for everyone…

  • Whew! For a second there, thought you had been raptured before you got to finish that post.

  • Lol

  • mhelbert

    Yep, that’s pretty much everything!

  • gococksri

    Certainly the most succinct, direct and spot-on discussions of the biblical basis for The Rapture I have ever, uh, read. Well-done!

  • Jay Edwards

    Wait, you left out Scofield’s notes (which are flat and never sharp), also Lindsey’s last chapter (Chapter 13)!

  • Tim

    Lol.

  • Daniel G. Johnson

    Lewis Black says, “I’m not going anywhere. I get this.” What he said.

  • davidforeman

    Very confusing. To me it read like the biblical case for eternal torment. You may need to make some revisions.