Each generation of believers, beginning with the apostles, has believed that Christ could return to rapture them. I see signs that convince me that our generation might see this glorious event. Still, if I die before He returns, I die steadfast in the faith that He will return, He is a lover of those who diligently seek Him, and that upon my departure from this world, my soul will be transported instantly into His presence. Good post, Michael.
Some things are a mystery. I think I have a “right” to know what’s going on.
Jesus shows me the way in that I don’t have to know. I don’t have a right to know.
God is God. God alone knows some things. Even Jesus doesn’t know.
That is the way it is in the country where Jesus is King. Jesus is appointed King by God. God only knows.
But the exact day and hour? No one knows that, not even heaven’s angels, not even the Son. Only the Father.So keep a sharp lookout, for you don’t know the timetable. It’s like a man who takes a trip, leaving home and putting his servants in charge, each assigned a task, and commanding the gatekeeper to stand watch. So, stay at your post, watching. You have no idea when the homeowner is returning, whether evening, midnight, cockcrow, or morning…
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