Wed, May 23, 2018
by Thomas Ice
In the New Testament Epistles, church age believers are told to “wait,” not “watch,” since there are no signs preceding the “any moment” or imminent rapture event. The only thing one could watch for in relation to the rapture would be the Lord Himself. The rapture and the second coming are two separate events. If earthquakes, rumors of war, wars, famines, etc. relates to the end of the Church Age in the Olivet Discourse, instead of relating to the tribulation and the subsequent second coming of Christ, then the statements about waiting for Christ in the Epistles would appear to be meaningless...
Series:Consistent Biblical Futurism