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Is there a rapture?

The rapture study involves the belief of a catching up or catching away. Some have claimed that this belief is unbiblical while others have said it was heresy, false doctrine and a newly invented message for today’s church. But the problems with all of the above statements are that the catching away called a rapture is a biblical doctrine found in the B’rit ha dasha (NC) which was revealed by the Jewish rabbi Sha’ul (Paul) the apostle. His interpretation on the coming of the Messiah involved a catching away. The teaching then was made known to the congregation of the Thessalonians. This teaching was further realized by later teachers as well

See our article Examining an Ancient Pre-Trib Rapture Statement

Over all it is important to understand that the catching away and the second coming of the Messiah are viewed as two separate events.


The catching away event is to gather and take away the exclusive body of the Messiah from the earth, and from the time of the seven year tribulation, while the second coming is to return directly to earth and fulfill the saving of the Jewish remnant, and what’s left of the Jewish nation followed by the establishing of a Messianic Kingdom ruled by King Yeshua Messiah.

See our article Why God's Purpose for the Tribulation excludes the Church