Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Is the word "rapture" in the Bible? Surprise!

Is the Rapture in the Bible?




Come back to the Lord while there is still time!

There is no time to waste. Are you trying to find the peace that you need by the way you eat? by your relationships with other people? through alcohol or drugs? through some kind of music? through philosophy or pseudo psychology? through man made ideas and "new age" beliefs? STOP!

Are you depressed? Are you in debt? Have you gone through divorce or divorces? Have your friends and family left you because of your bad choices in life? Don't have money or a job? Okay. You are normal. Now it is time to find the answer to all of our pains and failures. It is time to come to the Lord Jesus Christ even if you once believed and have given up...you are now being called back to the true Shepherd. Receive His love and forgiveness, receive His healing power today. Talk to Him.
 ~ Brother Eric

















3 comments:

  1. The word "Rapture" is NOT in the Bible.
    This is simply a fact!
    However, Jesus was never a Christ AKA Messiah as he failed to fulfill the criteria for Messiah which the God of the Bible clearly outlined.
    The really ironic part is the word "Faith" only appears 2 Times in the entire Old Testament!
    Compared to over 200 times in the New Testament.
    Can you guess why?
    THE GOD HAS NO FAITH!
    THE GOD OF THE BIBLE WANTS PROOF!
    And I can show Book, Chapter & Verse establishing this fact!

    You really don't want to dance with me on this subject because i can and will humiliate you!

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  2. Sorry I cannot help you. Human knowledge alone does not and can never "prove God". To want to truly find God you must be sincere and ask for the Holy Spirit revelation of true Deity. Apostle Paul informs us not to argue over matters with somebody who simply want to argue.
    ~eric

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