Eschatology 32 ~ Why I Believe In A Pre Tribulation Rapture

This verse highlights God’s ideals when judging Sodom and Gomorrah.  It highlights the hermeneutical Law  (Principle) of First Mention.  God NEVER changes.  “I am the Lord and I change not.”  “I am the same yesterday, today and forever.”  He separated believers from unbelievers, and the righteous from the unrighteous at every judgment: The Flood Of Noah, Sodom And Gomorrah, and Rahab At Jericho.  The Tribulation Period will feature millions, and even billions of people of dying, as the Lord treads the wine press and unleashes His fury on a Christ rejecting world.  God’s word says “My judgment will be without mercy.”  Many Christians underestimate the fury that will be unleashed during the Great Tribulation.  The Bible calls it the period of Jacob’s trouble.  All hell will break loose on the planet earth, during this apocalyptic judgment.  If I would not wish this on my worst enemy (and I would not), then tell me why the Lord would break His own covenant of love and redemption for the body of Christ?  It simply does not add up.  This blog site has many scriptures that validate a Pre Tribulation rapture of the church; here is yet another:

 

Genesis 18:25  King James Version (KJV)

25 That be far from thee to do after this manner, to slay the righteous with the wicked: and that the righteous should be as the wicked, that be far from thee: Shall not the Judge of all the earth do right?

Genesis 18:25 is a universal proof text that God will never judge the sheep with the goats, the wheat with the tares, or the righteous with the wicked.

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