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Explore releases from Epitaph at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Epitaph at the Discogs Marketplace. Explore releases from Tribulation at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Tribulation at the Discogs Marketplace. 3 And let us know, let us follow on to know Jehovah: his going forth is sure as the morning; and he will come unto us as the rain, as the latter rain that watereth the earth” (Hosea ) Thus the third purpose in God’s sending the Tribulation is a blessing in disguise, especially to the Hebrew people, and also to the entire world.

Immediately following the description of their sealing in Revelation 7, we read of the multitudes of tribulation saints who are saved from every corner of the world verses 9— The tribulation saints will serve their Lord Jesus Christ in the midst of desperate surroundings. Faithful to the end, many of these believers will die for their faith.

Never again will they hunger; never again will they thirst. The sun will not beat upon them, nor any scorching heat, Sacreligious Confrontation - Epitaph (3) - Awaiting Tribulation 1988 - 1991 (Cassette). For the Lamb at the center of the throne will be their shepherd; he will lead them to springs of living water. We praise the Lord that the great day of trouble will also be a great day of grace. Even as God is meting out His just punishment on an unbelieving world, He will be restoring Israel to faith and extending grace to all who believe, both Jew Sacreligious Confrontation - Epitaph (3) - Awaiting Tribulation 1988 - 1991 (Cassette) Gentile.

God has always been in the business of saving people, and that salvation will still be available during the tribulation. This passage in Luke offers interesting references to some of the major events which are greatly elaborated on in the Book of Revelation. Reading all three books of the Bible in parallel, it would appear that Luke elaborates on the "abomination of desolation" describing Jerusalem being surrounded by the armies of the world and of Jerusalem's imminent destruction Luke Paul's statement "the dead in Christ will rise first" 1 Thessalonians can be seen as having its fulfillment according to a literalist reading of the letter of the biblical text only after the end of the tribulation Revelation chapters 6—19 after Satan has been bound Revelationand at the beginning of the millennial reign, when.

They came to life, and reigned with Christ a thousand years. The rest of the dead did not come to life until the thousand years were ended. This is the first resurrection. Blessed and holy is he who shares in the first resurrection! Over such the second death has no power, but they shall be priests of God and of Christ, and they shall reign with him a thousand years. Another account which lends support to the idea of a post-tribulation rapture is in 2 Peterwhere the idea of " The Day of the Lord " coming as a "thief in the night" comes from.

This idea of imminence, according to the post-tribulation view, only applies to the wicked and the spiritually unprepared people that are still alive before the return of Christ. Therefore, only God's elect will fully have a clear understanding of the timing of the second coming, and Christ's coming will not catch the believers by surprise, but only those who are spiritually ignorant regarding the truth.

Two opposing views, pre-tribulationism and mid-tribulationism, see the rapture and the Second Coming or Greekparousia of Christ as separate events; while in post-tribulationism the two events are identical or simultaneous. Another key difference between the pre- mid- and post-tribulationism is the number of times that Jesus Christ must return. Although it is not directly referenced, in both the pre- and mid-tribulation raptures, Christ must then return a third time, at the end of the tribulation period.

The belief is that God's elect from all ages will be translated from mortal bodies into immortal glorified bodies at the second coming of Christ and that this will be at the end of the age. This event, it is believed, will come at the conclusion of what is termed the 70th week of Danielthe final seven years of this present age. This view was held by the early Church Fathers and has been held by Christians since that time.

The doctrine of the post-tribulation rapture is today held by a growing number of evangelical Christians. For post-tribulationists concerned about the recent decline of Christian faith, doctrine, and morals in the western church, an important reason to advance the post-tribulation rapture doctrine relates to the importance of preparation of believers for "witness under trial".

Another idea is that following the Great Tribulation, the False Prophetor the " beast out of the earth " and the Antichrist or the " beast out of the sea " will be condemned upon Jesus Christ's return, and all those who endured or died for Christ's return will be raptured to heaven and, following the Millennium, Satan will be condemned and the remaining dead believers will be raised and raptured into the new heaven.

Post-tribulationists broadly base their doctrine on the complementary concepts that a two-phase pre-tribulation rapture is never mentioned explicitly in the Bible, [5] and that the "whole counsel of Scripture" seems [ original research? Matthew and 1 Thessalonians both mention the same individuals Jesus, his angels and the same events Jesus coming, the trumpet of God, and the gathering of the elect in the same order.

The latter passage written by the Apostle Paul is seen as being based on the former because of the usage of "by the word of the Lord" in verse 15 [7] and that they are talking about the same event, but the first passage is explicitly dated "after the tribulation", and the second is where we get the term rapture.

Contrasting opinion maintains that the passages are not talking about the same event despite some similarities because of details that are absent between the two passages and that the rapture event was a "mystery" until it was revealed in First Corinthians which the Thessalonian recipients would have been unaware. Post-tribulationists respond to the opposing views of pre-tribulationists in a variety of ways. Some post-tribulationalists see the rapture and the second coming of Christ as part of one main event.

It seems [ original research? He would be more comforting by reminding them that they wouldn't be present for it [14] than to precisely detail his recognition and say "Don't let anyone deceive you in any way, for that day will not come until the rebellion occurs and the man of lawlessness is revealed, the man doomed to destruction".

The most common passage used in defending a pre-tribulational position is This passage alone does not mention where the gathered ones finally end up but that those who are alive will be caught up to meet Christ in the air and always be with the Lord. The author, the Apostle Paul says the rapture will occur "at the last trumpet".

In the same way, Revelation 21 mentions the first resurrection after the second coming in Revelation By definition, there can be no trumpet call after the last one, and no Sacreligious Confrontation - Epitaph (3) - Awaiting Tribulation 1988 - 1991 (Cassette) before the first.

Linguistic support for a one-event second coming are in the words "meet" and "coming" in 1 Thessalonians 4. The meet in 1 Thessalonians and in Matthew a second coming parable refers to the custom of people going out to meet a dignitary as he was approaching their city before he got there, and accompanying or welcoming him back to where they came from. Also, the Greek term parousia [18] has the idea of a grand dignitary making his arrival to a certain location. The rest of the passage supports this grand arrival with his coming being heralded with trumpet, angels, and a surging 'city' of gathered believers going out to meet him.

Who more grand than the Lord Jesus Christ at his coming to reign on earth? This passage lends more weight to the post-tribulational position. Another strength for this position is Paul saying when the church would receive rest for its suffering. No mention is made of a pre-tribulational removal but that rest comes at his coming and so does judgment. A passage much debated regarding the timing of the rapture is Revelationwhich speaks of the Philadelphian church being "kept from the hour of trial which is about to come upon the whole earth to test those who dwell on the earth.

John highlights the idea that Christians are preserved by God through tribulation rather than removed:. I pray not that thou shouldest take them out of the world, but that thou shouldest keep them from the evil. This passage is one of the most blunt verses, [ original research? This is a place where pre-tribulationism lacks linguistic favor because this verse and Revelation are the only places where the exact phrase tereo ek translated from Greek into keep from are found and that by the same author, the disciple John.

The pretribulational argument that there are 'two phases' to Christ's coming a rapture and a later second advent [28] runs into difficulties with Actswhich nearly equates Christ's ascension to heaven with his second coming. Logically, the second coming cannot have two phases if the ascension only had one. This eliminates two phases of his coming with a 7-year interval. Likewise, heaven must "receive" or contain Jesus "until the period of restoration of all things about which God spoke by the mouth of his holy prophets from ancient time".

If Christ is to remain in heaven until this coming rule of his according to these verses see also Hebrews ,28it would seem the next main prophetic event would be the second coming [31] rather than him coming 7 years prior to get the church, bring them back to heaven, and then leaving heaven for earth again as the pre-tribulational rapture position indicates.

Pre-tribulational usage of Luke 17 can also be counterbalanced. In this eschatological scenario, Luke explains what happens to the people that are "taken": the eagles gather together at their [dead] bodies. Do they eat them? Even the disciples are warned not to believe reports that Christ has come if they have not seen it "for just as the lightning, when it flashes out of one part of the sky, shines to the other part of the sky, so will the Son of Man be in His day.

The parable in Matthew 13 explains that the unsaved tares are destroyed first before the saved wheat are addressed. This parable [34] describes what the kingdom of heaven is like and it uses agricultural metaphor to explain that believers and unbelievers will remain together until the harvest. When is the harvest? Well, when Jesus explains the parable. At that time he sends his angels [36] to destroy the tares while the wheat believers remain and shine Sacreligious Confrontation - Epitaph (3) - Awaiting Tribulation 1988 - 1991 (Cassette) as the sun in his father's kingdom.

This seems to fit better with the rapture and the second coming being one event rather than a time gap of 7 years. Zechariah 14speaks of the "Day of the Lord" and that "On that day his feet will stand on the Mount of Olives" This exactly parallels the angel's statement in Acts 1"that as He left so shall He return. In Revelation Jesus says to the faithful at Thyatira, "Nevertheless what you have, hold fast until I come. Expositor's Bible Commentary also makes this assertion.

Be patient, therefore, brethren, until the Sacreligious Confrontation - Epitaph (3) - Awaiting Tribulation 1988 - 1991 (Cassette) of the Lord. Behold the farmer waits for the precious produce of the soil, being patient about it, until it gets the early and late rains. You too be patient; strengthen your hearts, for the coming of the Lord is at hand.

They are to be patient amidst persecution until when? Until the coming parousia of the Lord. Parousia is well known to mean "presence" and refers to his second coming many times in the New Testament. But imminent probably doesn't mean 'at any moment' in the New Testament. Acts Jesus said, "Truly, truly, I say to you, when you were younger, you used to gird yourself, and walk wherever you wished; but when you grow old, you will stretch out your hands [be crucified], and someone else will gird you, and bring you where you do not wish to go.

Jesus encouraged the first disciples and all Christians, to look for certain events which would indicate his coming was "at the doors. Jesus, speaking chronologically in the Olivet Discourse regarding end time events, [52] goes from the escalation of troubling times beginning in the 1st century and the present age highlighting the destruction of Jerusalem by Rome in A. One author sees Jesus as advocating a "delay" between the destruction of Jerusalem and his second advent.

Paul says: "we who are alive and remain until the coming of the Lord, shall not precede those who have fallen asleep. Then Paul states: "Then we who are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air, and thus we shall always be with the Lord.

This would indicate that he would be on earth just prior to the coming of the Lord and the rapture. This is also the usage when he speaks of the same event saying: "Listen, I will tell you a mystery! We will not all die, but we will all be changed, in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trumpet. For the trumpet will sound, and the dead will be raised imperishable, and we will be changed.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Post-Tribulation Rapture. Eschatological theory about the a combined resurrection and rapture of all believers coming after the Great Tribulation.

Trumpet 1) Hail and fire burns 1/3 of trees and all green grass. Trumpet 2) A burning mountain is cast into the sea turning 1/3 of the sea into blood. Trumpet 3) A burning star falls onto the rivers turning 1/3 of the rivers bitter. Trumpet 4) 1/3 of the sun, moon, and stars are darkened. Trumpet 5) Demonic locusts torment men for five months! Nov 28,  · In The Timeline of the Tribulation, we take you through eight individual chapters that discuss very specific events that will transpire before, and during the Great Tribulation. We accomplish that by explaining the symbology contained in the book of Daniel and Revelation, and we discuss how it relates to our world today, and the future Tribulation. Yes, Christians will escape the seven-year nightmare of the Tribulation (Revelation ). I believe the Bible clearly teaches that the Church will be raptured, or transported to heaven, before the Tribulation begins. This will be accomplished through the personal, bodily return of the Lord to remove His waiting Church from earth and to reward.

Sep 05,  · The So Called Tribulation Is A False Doctrine. This idea of social and environmental horror is not found in The Bible as it is promoted during a space of 7 years. Such a teaching did not appear until about years ago. It was not part of the Original Church's beliefs.

Feb 01,  · The Tribulation, as taught by most Bible scholars, encompasses a future seven-year period when God will complete his discipline of Israel and final judgment upon the unbelieving citizens of the world. Those who accept a Pre-Tribulation Rapture theory believe that Christians who have trusted Christ as Lord and Savior will escape the Tribulation. The great tribulation will bring the greatest time of trouble ever to come upon mankind. According to Bible prophecy, it will occur during “the last days,” or “the end time.” (2 Timothy ; Daniel , New American Bible) It will be “a tribulation such as has not occurred from the beginning of the creation that God created until that time, and will not occur again.”.

Jan 26,  · How does the Church view the Great Tribulation are the seals, trumpets, and bowls depicted in the book of Revelation to be taken literal or symbolic? I know they take the reign of the Beast (Antichrist) literal and that lasts for 3 ½ years so will these things happen (if .

Jan 02,  · For further references about the tribulation, see Revelation , which speaks of days and 42 months, and Daniel , which speaks of days and days. These days have a reference to the midpoint of the tribulation. The additional days in Daniel 12 may include the time at the end for the judgment of the nations (Matthew ly begin the seven year “TRIBULATION JUDGMENT” (Dan. ). This “world leader” will eventually sit in that Temple and claim to be God. It will not be demonstrated until the middle of the seven years (42 months) that he is the “ANTI-CHRIST” (II Thes. , 4; Rev. ). This seven year “Tribulation” WILL BE HORRIBLE. Jesus.

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  1. Feb 02,  · (1) Revelation John, a symbol of the church, is taken up to heaven.(2) Daniel The Antichrist signs a covenant for seven years with the nation of Israel. This is the event that inaugurates the Tribulation period.(3) Revelation Christ opens the first of the seven-sealed scroll, and the rider on the white horse (probably Antichrist) appears, using diplomacy and the promise of.
  2. The Bible also gives us Jesus's own words about the resurrection-rapture saying that this event would come "after the tribulation of those days" in the days of a darkened sun and moon. These are the sixth seal cosmic signs associated with the battle of Armageddon. This epic battle will be fought toward the end of the final 7 years of this age.
  3. Aug 09,  · Tribulation definition: You can refer to the suffering or difficulty that you experience in a particular | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
  4. Jan 02,  · For further references about the tribulation, see Revelation , which speaks of days and 42 months, and Daniel , which speaks of days and days. These days have a reference to the midpoint of the tribulation. The additional days in Daniel 12 may include the time at the end for the judgment of the nations (Matthew
  5. Trials and tribulations definition is - difficult experiences, problems, etc.. How to use trials and tribulations in a sentence.
  6. Israel is back in her land, awaiting the purging fire of the tribulation that will remove the non-elect and reveal the remnant. Again we read of "the time of Jacob's trouble" in Jeremiah It is said to compare to the sorrows that one faces in childbirth (Jer. ), "but he will be saved from it" (Jer. , 11).
  7. The tribulation is when the wrath of God is poured out on a world that has rejected God for so long. They loved a lie over the truth and have grown more and more wicked over time. God was patient for so long but even God’s patience comes to an end when humans, like at the time of Noah, only thought of ways that were evil continually.
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