This is the audio version of our written Bible study, “The False Hope of the Rapture”. In this study of God’s Word we will discover the rapture is a false doctrine that has been handed down by men since the 1800s. God’s Word makes it perfectly clear those who are alive at the time of the Tribulation will go through it, Christ is coming here. Please join us for this extremely important Bible study.
This is the video version of our written Bible study, “The False Hope of the Rapture”. In this study of God’s Word we will discover the rapture is a false doctrine that has been handed down by men since the 1800s. God’s Word makes it perfectly clear those who are alive at the time of the Tribulation will go through it, Christ is coming here. Please join us for this extremely important Bible study (HD Available).
Many people often wonder how Christianity came to have a fish (ichthus, ichthys) as one of its symbols. Where did the fish symbol come from? How did the fish symbol become tied to Christianity? The truth is the fish has been a part of Christianity even before our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ started His Ministry.
The book of Matthew gives us the first glimpse into the Ministry of Christ with reference to the fish. Let us document that fact and discover the history of the fish within Christianity by turning our Bible too,
Satan’s sin is one of the keys to understanding why man exists today in the flesh. In our study “The World That Was, The First Earth Age” we documented there was a completely different dispensation of time before this present age we find ourselves in. It was a time where man existed in their spiritual bodies. A time when the sons of God sang for joy. The sons of God being the stars of God who are the Heavenly host (Job 2:1, 38:7, Isaiah 14:13, Daniel 8:10-11). Unfortunately, something detestable occurred in The First Earth Age. Satan sinned by rebelling against our Father in The World That Was.
Today, May 23rd 2014 at sun down Pentecost Day begins. What transpired on this day two thousand years ago was an example for what we will witness in the near future during the Tribulation of Satan. The word “Pentecost” is Strong’s word 4005 and it means “fiftieth”, being the fiftieth day from Passover. The Day when Christ was crucified, when Christ died for us so our sins could be washed away if we truly repent of them.
After the resurrection of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ He continued to dwell on the earth and walked with the Apostles for forty days. He commanded them not to leave Jerusalem, but rather to wait for the promise of our Father. Christ then left the earth ascending into Heaven not to return until the Second Advent of which we currently await (Acts 1:1-4; 9-12). So what transpired on Pentecost Day? That is what we will discuss in this study, let us begin.
When we consider God’s promises it is important to remember they do not necessarily apply to everyone. Rather, they apply to those who love our Father, those who seek after Him and those who accomplish the tasks required of us in His Word. “And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose,” (Romans 8:28).
Many people wrongly believe they cannot turn to Jesus Christ because of their sinful lifestyle. They believe their sins are too great and that Christ would never accept or love them in that condition.
Nothing could be further from the truth my friends, sinners can be saved and Jesus loves you. Our Father loves us so much He sent His only Son into the world to die on the Cross so that we may be forgiven of our sins if we ask Him too. This is conditional however, it requires us to believe in Christ and have a true change of heart in order to be forgiven of our sins. Let us document that in God’s Word, The Bible.
We often wonder what the Tribulation will be like and considering the hour we find ourselves in, this is an extremely important topic. Ecclesiastes 1:9 tells us, “that which is done is that which shall be done: and there is no new thing under the sun.” This scripture is stating history repeats itself. Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ proclaimed, “Behold, I have foretold you all things,” (Mark 13:23). While 1 Corinthians 10:11 tells us, the accounts in the Bible are “ensamples: and they are written for our admonition, upon whom the ends of the world are come.”
As Christ stated, He has already told us all things. While the accounts in the Bible are our examples of how the Tribulation will be. Further, we were told there is nothing new under the sun. That means we already have an example of how the Tribulation will be for us. With that having been said, let us open the scriptures and seek out His Word.
As children we went to school each and every day to learn about life and the ways of the world. We spent hours in class after class only to come home and spend hours more doing homework. The knowledge we obtained led us where we are today, good or bad. Seeking a brighter future, some of us learned a trade, some of us started our own businesses, while others went off to college. We studied day in and day out, night and day we studied to ensure we possessed the knowledge required in order to pass the big test, to make the grade and succeed in this world.
Finally, graduation day arrives and with that degree we obtained wonderful jobs which provided us with the things we sought after in life. Our education did not stop there, we had to invest more time and energy into that new job in order to learn the ins and outs of it which refined our skills and made us more valuable to our employers.
If we keep the Lord’s testimonies and commandments close to our hearts and stay true to them and all of His Word, He will hear our cries. While the world spins out of control we can be comforted knowing, “My help cometh from the Lord, Which made heaven and earth,” Psalms 121:2. With the Lord on our side, whom shall we fear?
Mainstream Christianity mistakenly believes the twelve tribes of Israel were combined into the single tribe of Judah who they perceive to be God’s chosen people. Christians have allowed themselves to be deceived by this lie as they fail to seek out the scriptures and read God’s Word with understanding. Instead, they rely upon the traditions of man which make void the Word of God. In this study we will document from God’s Word who the twelve tribes of Israel are and who those are that claim to be of the tribe of Judah but do lie.
The Parable of the Ten Virgins and their lamps is a study that goes far deeper than many might realize. This parable concerns the Tribulation and the coming of Jesus Christ which is the Wedding we all look forward too. As we will document from God’s Word, most people, most Christians for that matter will be shut out of the Wedding because they did not possess enough oil for their lamps. Whether or not you attend that Wedding is up to you and it is determined by the actions you take.