The Rapture

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I am using my blog as a place to connect with likeminded people today. Did anyone else feel a bit strange with all this talk of the rapture?

I haven't seen anything on the news as I don't watch it. I logged on to facebook yesterday and today and some non-Christians and one Christian made a reference to it.

Australians talking about The Rapture on facebook? You can see why I am a little confused lol. And as a Pentecostal who was raised on this doctrine, are you supposed to feel left out or left behind? No it is supposed to be a surprise, I think.

So how many churches of that belief do you think had a sermon on it this morning to unconfuse people such as myself, I am easily confused anyway. Of course if I was going to church all along I probably wouldn't need debriefing.

Then my husband mentioned something that happened that lots of Americans died in when someone burned a Mormon bible? How many Christians could be upset about the rapture prediction?


There was a lot about it in Europe - AOL had a news item about it, as did the BBC. I think all these rapture and Day of the Lord predictions which go wrong can only add to the sense of cynicism which many non-believers feel about the Way; it must contribute to the scenario in 2 Peter 3:3-4

'... in the last days mockers will come with their mocking, following after their own lusts, and saying, "Where is the promise of His coming?'


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