Wisdom cries out in the street. Will someone listen to what She has to say (Proverbs 1:20)? It’s not that Wisdom wants attention or recognition; She wants to be heard. That is our desire as well.

One reason for a blog is to promote discussion about a philosophy or a set of ideas. We endeavor to promote wisdom in an age of foolishness. We have something to express of major importance, that—as far as we can determine—no one else is saying.

Below are six insights from our study in the Word that makes our blog unique and our books full of intriguing discoveries. It all became possible when a Pre-Wrath Rapture position was adopted. Some of what you read may seem far-fetched; but, rather than dismiss it, put it to the test. If we were not certain of the truth, we would not share our findings (Revelation 22:18-19). Since we are sure, how could we keep these revelations to ourselves?

What makes our message unique is “We Believe…

1)  The five major rules for Bible Interpretation must be carefully observed to rightly understand prophecy. A face-value hermeneutic is often taught with regard to interpreting Scripture, but abandoned by many who interpret prophecy. If rigidly applied, the correct understanding of prophecy can be determined by the weight of Biblical evidence, beyond a reasonable doubt.

2)  The focus of Bible prophecy is not the Church, but Israel. God’s sovereign plan for the future becomes clear when we key our study on the people of Israel. When Scripture mentions Jacob or the Israelites, it is always in relation to the offspring of Abraham and his grandson Jacob.

3)  The third age is the Millennium, the 1000-year reign of Christ. We are currently near the end of the 2nd age. Those on the ark were born in the 1st age, but died at the outset of this present age. Prophecy describes a coming kingdom on earth where Jesus rules over a happy and prosperous people. The last age will begin soon with a great multitude from every nation, tribe, people and language of this age’s survivors.

4)  The next prophetic event may happen at any moment. It is “the day of disaster”.  Imminency, or “any moment”, is a term often applied to the rapture of the saints. But the gathering up of God’s people is preceded by signs (Matthew 24:3-33), so, it cannot be imminent. Destruction will come suddenly, like a thief in the night, especially, for those unaware of prophecy.

5)  The coming rapture is rescue, not resurrection. This may be the hardest one to digest. For 150 years, Paul’s resurrection passage (1 Corinthians 15:50-58) has unfortunately been blended with his teaching on the rapture (1 Thessalonians 4:13-18). The events are similar but, in fact, are separated by 1000 years. In The People of God and Lifesaver, there is an in-depth, objective look at prophecies such as Revelation 20:1-6 to back it up this little known assertion.

6)  The timing of the last day’s events, such as the Day of the Lord’s coming, are knowable as opposed to unknowable. Upon close examination, we learn that the events surrounding the first coming of Christ were fulfilled on the major Spring Feast Days of the Hebrew Religious Calendar. Therefore, the Bible gives important clues in regard to the timing of things in the last days. Major Second-coming events will happen on the major Fall Feast Days of the same religious calendar.

There we have it in a nutshell. For those who can be persuaded by Scripture, the above is provable. Check these and other nuggets out for yourself in the books available on this site. You’ll be ahead of the rest of the class if you do.

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