No Pre-Trib Rapture in Rev 4!

No Pre-Trib Rapture in Rev 4!

Here's a SLIPPERY SLIDE TO TRUTH ahead for those willing to journey onward. The HOLY GRAIL of the Pre-Trib theory is Rev 4:1! Every mainstream minister teaches that the Rapture occurs here -- but does Scripture say that?

REVELATION 4:1 IS THE HOLY GRAIL OF THE PRE-TRIB THEORY.

THEY MAKE THREE STARTLING IN THIS SCRIPTURE THAT ARE NOT TRUE.

  1. They say the pre-trib rapture occurs in Rev 4.
  2. They say the church is not mentioned again after Rev 4.
  3. They say the church is gone and all that remains are tribulation saints.

We make a strong case making all these assertions: FALSE, FALSE, FALSE.

It’s better for you to simply watch the short, but powerful, video above.

How can the Church be gone from the earth and, what pre-tribbers call "tribulation saints," remain on the earth? Isn't the Church made up of Saints?

Furthermore, pre-tribbers say that it's the Holy Spirit that whisks the Church off into heaven. If that's the case, how in the world can there be ANY "tribulation saints" on the earth -- without the Church or the Holy Spirit? You can't have a saint without the impartation of the Holy Spirit.

I had a lot of fun doing this video, showing the total confusion wrought upon the Church by pre-trib teaching.

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Lou Comunale is an analyst of news and biblical prophecy. He began his career working at the news archives for NBC, MSNBC, ABC, & CBS. Then the calling of God prompted him to combine news analysis with biblical prophecies, which actually helps us fully understand the prophetic times we're living in.

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