Martin Luther, John Calvin, Charles Spurgeon, George Whitefield, William Tyndale, John Wesley. What did these great preachers and theologians of the past have in common? They all believed, spoke and wrote about a post-tribulation rapture. The doctrine of a pretribulational rapture was unknown to them. So where did the idea of a pretribulational rapture originate, why has it become so popular in North America and what does the Bible really say about the end times? Author Todd Perla believes Christians need to know the answers to these questions for several reasons. First, if the Bible indeed teaches of a rapture near the end of the tribulation period, then Christians need to be prepared for severe persecution. Second, believers can be encouraged knowing these end times truths. Though difficult times lie ahead, eternity with the Savior will follow close behind. Third, God promises blessing to those who read and understand the book of Revelation: Blessed is the one who reads the words of this prophecy, and blessed are those who hear it and take to heart what is written in it, because the time is near (Rev. 1:3). Christ Jesus is coming and He will be revealed to all in great glory He will not come in silence or meekness but in awesome power and majestyto rescue his people and judge the ungodly. Are you ready?
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