Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What makes you think that your understanding of eschatology is correct? After all there are so many differing interpretations of the end time events.
A: Jesus does not want us to be confused by interpretations but rather to be clear in understanding the signs he presents in Matthew 24, Mark 13 and Luke 21. I believe that when one discerns these scriptures and takes them in context then they paint a very clear picture as outlined on this site. For example; when Jesus is asked by his disciples in Matthew 24 what the sign of his coming will be as well as the sign of the end of the age Jesus not only answers their questions in verses 14 and 32-34 respectively but he clearly shows that he is speaking to a future generation that will witness all of the signs that he prophesied will be in place in that generation. We are the only generation in 2000 years to witness the fulfillment of Jesus' prophesied signs.
Q: How can you be sure that Jesus is speaking of Israel in the parable of the fig tree in Matthew 24:32-34 and Luke 21:29-32?
A: The word parable comes from the Greek παραβολή (parabolē), meaning "comparison, illustration, analogy." Jesus earlier on introduced his disciples to the fig tree (Israel) and taught that the nation would be "cut off" (parable in Luke 13:6-9). Later on Jesus again mentions the same fig tree saying that when it begins to bud (i.e. When Israel comes back to life after being cut off) to know that it is near. The "it" mentioned here is the kingdom of God found in Luke 21:31. Therefore it is clear in both these illustrations that Jesus is comparing the fig tree to the nation Israel.
Q: How can you so sure that the signs in the heavens are definitely the last signs before the Tribulation and the coming of Jesus?
A: After giving all the signs heralding the end of the age Jesus states in Luke 21:25 that there will be signs in the sun, moon and stars. Then in verse 28 Jesus says "And when these things (signs in the heavens) begin to come to pass, then look up (to heaven), lift up your heads; for your redemption draweth nigh." These signs in the heavens only "began to come to pass" with the starting sign Bootes on March 19, 2008. That's why Jesus tells us; "then look up, lift up your heads" because once the foregoing signs are in place...only then these final signs come from the heavens. Joel 2:31 puts this beyond any doubt, "The sun shall be turned into darkness (eclipse), and the moon into blood (eclipse) before the great and terrible day of The Lord (Tribulation) come." The two heavenly sets of solar eclipses and blood moons in 2015 are connected through this 2800 year old verse and occur in this exact sequence. Therefore sometime after the last sign (blood moon) on September 28, 2015 can the tribulation only then begin.
Q: What's with all the symbolism in the sun, moon, stars, fig tree etc...don't you think you're carrying it all a bit too far?
A: Not at all! In Genesis 1:14 when God was busy creating, "And God said, let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs, and for seasons and days, and years."The Black Sun/Blood Moon sign Passover April 4, 2015 is connected by this 2800 year old Scripture and is thus the pre Tribulation warning sign. The Tribulation starts September 23 - the next 7 year Shmita cycle.
Q: On your chart and in your notes you seem to have 2015 as the year The Lord returns to Rapture the saints. Is this not date setting and to be avoided...all who have ever attempted this futile exercise have been wrong, so why would you still try that which is scripturally incorrect? Read Matthew 24:36.
A: Matthew 24:36. "But of that day and hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels of heaven, but my Father only." Here Jesus clearly states we won't know the "day and hour" and he says what he means and means what he says. I am not date setting but setting a time line through discerning the various scriptures contained herein and combined they come to a conclusion that 2015 is the year. The heart of this site is not to try to set a date but to make the readers aware of how late the hour is and to ready ourselves for the Rapture. Should 2015 prove not to be the year there is no harm in being ready whatever the year. Our motto should be: LIVE READY.
Q: You speak of a pre Tribulation Rapture. Many do not believe there is such an event while others believe the Rapture to be either mid or post Tribulation. What makes you think you're right?
A: That there is a Rapture there's no doubt..."For this we say unto you by the word of The Lord, that we which are alive and remain unto the coming of The Lord shall not prevent them which are asleep. For The Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the trump of God: and the dead in Christ shall rise first: Then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet The Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with The Lord. Wherefore comfort one another with these words." 1 Thes 4:15-18. The tribulation is period of 7 prophetic years totaling 2520 days and is divided into two halves of 1260 days each. The tribulation begins its countdown the day Antichrist signs a peace agreement with Israel (Dan 9:27). Whether the Rapture is mid or post tribulation makes no difference as we Could then calculate when to expect the Rapture. This makes no sense as Jesus so often says that his coming (Rapture) would be when least unexpected, like a thief in the night etc. The only time that his coming is unexpected is any time before the Tribulation and therefore can be the only scripturally correct interpretation.
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