A video that I have viewed is “Left Behind; Where’d Everyone Go?” by This Week In Bible Prophecy.
The video is meant for people in the future left behind on earth after the rapture* of the Christian church and who are then in the tribulation period during which time God is delivering His wrath to nonbelievers.
Peter Lalonde explains that the recent mass disappearance, the rapture, was the removal of the Christian church, the restraining influence of the Holy Spirit, from the earth. That which has restrained evil for thousands of years, the Holy Spirit indwelling the church, has now been taken out of the way. Evil can now have its free run.
Seducing spirits, unlike anything the world has ever seen, have been released to literally seduce and deceive the people on the earth, to make them believe a lie, and to make them have an understanding that is not the truth. This may be done by attributing the disappearance to UFO’s, explaining the disappearance by some Star Trek-like transporter beam or man-made technology, or explaining the disappearance as the next stage of spiritual evolution ushering in a new age.
There will be many who will have no way of understanding what has happened. They will be confused and deceived by the lies. Thus the video was produced to explain to people on the other side of the rapture what has happened and what is happening.
Many homes and residences do not have this video, and in the event of an electromagnetic pulse (EMP), electronic appliances such as televisions may no longer work.
The rapture of the Christian church may coincide with the burning of Mystery Babylon with fire (Revelation 17:16-17). This fire may be caused by the use of nuclear arms in a nuclear war involving Mystery Babylon. Some alliance of nations (i.e. the “ten horns”) might try to trigger a “mutual assured destruction” nuclear war between Mystery Babylon and Magog through the use of submarine-launched ballistic missiles (SLBM’s).
Babylon (or Babel) means “confusion (by mixing)”. At Babylon (or Babel) the language of all the earth was confused (Genesis 11:9). Babylon was an independent city-state. Ur was another well-known city-state in Sumer that dominated Mesopotamia and was surrounded by a great moat. Today, in North American states surrounded by great oceans, confusion is being created in language with examples being the definition of marriage and the definition of God and Jesus Christ through documents such as the Jefferson Bible . Mystery Babylon is here on earth now .
The “earth abideth for ever” (Ecclesiastes 1:4). The world does not end
but the present church age does end. The word translated as “world” in the
KJV NT Bible is the Greek word “aion” which is also translated as “age”
or “period of time”.
The end of all things (1 Peter 4:7) in the present church age, as marked by the rapture (1 Corinthians 15:51-54, 1 Thessalonians 4:14-17), is at hand (1 Peter 4:7, Philippians 3:20-21, 4:5). No other future event in the Bible is required to occur before the rapture which can occur at any time. This rapture, when Jesus comes for His church, is near in time (James 5:8) relative to other future prophetic events in the Bible.
At the rapture, Jesus comes quickly (Revelation 22:7,12,20) and as a thief (Revelation 16:15), unlike the second coming of Jesus Christ to earth, which is a rather long drawn out affair when every eye shall see Him coming in the clouds (Matthew 24:30, 26:46, Revelation 1:7).
An alternative method for today’s Christians to communicate to those left behind on earth after the rapture is to simply post, in a highly visible location in the home, a message such as:
“I am writing this to you in the past. In your present time, the church (believers in Jesus Christ) has been raptured, and has been taken out of this world to be present with the Lord. You have been left behind. To gain eternal life and salvation, and to be with Jesus Christ, you must accept Jesus Christ as your saviour from sin and refuse to take the mark of the beast on your hand or forehead and refuse to worship the beast and his image or statue, even if it means you have to die.
“Read in the Christian Bible:“ *Verses Referring to the Rapture
“Some Events That Follow
2 Thessalonians 2:8-12
Book Of Daniel
Ezekiel 37, 38, 39”.
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