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Sounding the Seventh Trumpet

Exploring the Trumpet Judgments and the Coming Rapture

Few realize that this pre-tribulation view was only conceived in the 1800s' by an Anglican priest. What if he was wrong? What if the modern-day Church has got it wrong?

What if there is a compelling argument for a different conclusion?

“Let no man deceive you!” Paul urged in his second letter to the Thessalonians. He reminded them that before the coming of the Day of the Lord two signs would be witnessed by the church.

  • a falling away of believers
  • that the Son of Perdition, the Antichrist, would be revealed as he stepped into Jerusalem’s temple and proclaimed himself God. (2 Thess 2:3,4)
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Jesus said He would come at a time we least expect (Matt 24:44), but almost without exception the church expects Him to come at the beginning of the Tribulation. If the Church is wrong, where would it leave those who fully expect to be swept away (Raptured) without facing the first 1260 days?  Would they be able to stand in faith under the massive wave of persecution that is certain to take place? Would you be able to stand?

In I Corinthians 15:51,52, Paul declares a mystery. We will not all ‘sleep’ (die) but we shall all be changed “in the twinkling of an eye”.

When? At the last trumpet. At this moment, the dead will be raised and we shall be changed. If we believe what Paul is saying, why are we ignoring the obvious? The last trumpet is just where it should be, when the trumpet judgments take place and the seventh angel sounds (Rev 11:15-19) .

Sounding the Seventh Trumpet

What if you are unprepared for the turbulent days to

come?  The Bible promises betrayals, persecutions, hardships, deprivations, and sorrows.  Will you be among the disillusioned that fall by the wayside?

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Daniel was God’s chosen vessel to receive a detailed prophecy of events pertaining to Israel – events that would include the coming

of Messiah and the last seven years before His final return.

The ‘man clothed in linen’ raised his right hand to heaven and ‘sware by Him that liveth forever’ that it should be ‘for a time, times, and an half; and when he shall have accomplished to scatter the power of the holy people, then all these things shall be finished’ (Dan 12:7)

What does this mean, and how does it apply to us today?