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LET'S JOIN IN FERVENT PRAYER FOR A MIGHTY MOVE OF GOD BRINGING REVIVAL TO THIS WORLD ...GREAT OUTPOURING OF THE HOLY SPIRIT ON ALL FLESH..BREAKING THE STRONGHOLDS OFF THE LIVES OF SO MANY IN DARKNESS OPENING THEIR EYES TO THE LIGHT OF CHRIST☄️☄️☄️

CHRIST CAME TO SEEK AND TO SAVE THE LOST(LUKE 19:10)

FATHER GOD IN JESUS NAME OPEN THE EYES OF THEIR HEARTS SO THEY WILL SEE WHAT THEY COULD NOT SEE BEFORE AND PERCEIVE WHAT THEY COULD NOT PERCEIVE BEFORE TO HAVE UNDERSTANDING AND WISDOM WHICH THEY DID NOT BEFORE TO BE TRANSLATED FROM THE KINGDOM OF DARKNESS TO THY MARVELOUS LIGHT AND FROM SERVING SATAN TO SERVE THE LIVING GOD IN JESUS NAME AMEN 🙏🙏 🙏
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OCCUPY TILL I COME MEANS:  TO MAKE THE MOST OF WHAT GOD HAS GIVEN US

Everyone has been given an opportunity to serve. We are to live by His faith in whatever circumstance we are in and by His faith do the best we can for Him. When Jesus comes and takes us out He will reward faithful works

Luke 19:13
And he called his ten servants, and delivered them ten pounds, and said unto them, Occupy till I come.

THIS WE KNOW

Paul teaches that Christ will come at some future point in time for those who belong to Him. Those who are the "dead in Christ" will experience their resurrection first and be gifted with glorified bodies. Those believers in Christ who are alive at that time will then be instantly transformed from their earthly state to their eternal state in a glorified body as well, and will not experience death. Instead, they will be caught up to be with all those who have previously gone on to be with the Lord and be transferred to heaven. Paul speaks about this generation of believers who will not taste death when he says,

"Behold! I tell you a mystery. We shall not all sleep, but we shall all be changed" (1 Corinthians 15:51).

There is no debate among Bible scholars as to whether there will be a rapture, but much discussion has occurred over when the rapture will occur. There have been five main theories put forward as to the timing of the rapture and they all surround what is known in prophetic biblical teaching as the "tribulation" period, which is mentioned by Christ in Matthew 24 and described in great detail in Revelation 4—19. The five hypotheses are:

1. Post-tribulation – believers are raptured at the end of the tribulation period, when Christ returns in judgment (cf. Revelation 19).
2. Pre-wrath – believers are caught up somewhere between the sixth and seventh seals described in Revelation.
3. Mid-tribulation – living believers are taken in the middle of the tribulation period.
4. Partial rapture – only faithful believers are taken to be with Christ at the beginning of the tribulation, with unfaithful Christians being left to endure it.
5. Pre-tribulation – believers are caught up to be with Christ before the tribulation begins.

Before any arguments are given to support one of these positions, it should first be understood that sincere and learned believers can be found holding to each one of these theories. However, when Scripture is examined as a whole, the pre-tribulation rapture position appears to have the most biblical evidence in its favor.

The pre-tribulation view states that, at present, all believers are living in the Church age, which has no specified time period given to it in Scripture. At some point in the future, Christ will return for His Bride, the Church, and evacuate believers from earth before the start of a seven-year period in which God will pour out His wrath on an unbelieving world. John 14:1-3 The tribulation will climax with the bodily return of Christ, after which He will establish a perfect reign that lasts 1,000 years. Once that reign has concluded and one final rebellion crushed, God creates a new heaven and earth and the eternal state begins.

WE ARE HIS "BRIDE"  (A ANALOGY TO THE JEWISH BRIDE AND GROOM)

The Church is referred to in Scripture as the Bride of Christ – those who He has rescued and saved from wrath and punishment. In fact, about this, Paul says:

"For they themselves report concerning us the kind of reception we had among you, and how you turned to God from idols to serve the living and true God, and to wait for his Son from heaven, whom he raised from the dead, Jesus who delivers us from the wrath to come" 1 Thessalonians 1:9-10.

Later in 1 Thessalonians, Paul says: "For God has not appointed us [the Church] for wrath, but to obtain salvation through our Lord Jesus Christ" 1 Thessalonians 5:9.

FACTS OF GOD BLESSED MARRIAGE > OUR SPIRITUAL EXPERIENCE 

The imagery of the Jewish wedding ritual is on full display in the end times and rapture event, when Christ comes to claim His Bride.

 Jewish marriage contracts were binding, with the parents usually arranging the marriage (choosing the bride) and the Father or the groom paying a bridal price or dowry for the bride, which also included various gifts. The betrothal then occurred, where the bride and groom both gave gifts to each other.

WE ARE BRIDE IN WAITING WITH GIFTS FROM OUR GROOM

This wedding imagery portrays what Christ has done for us. The Father has selected/chosen (elected) a Bride for His Son. The Son has paid the ultimate price for His Bride (THE GOSPEL!!! TELLS IT ALL) and has secured her forever. He has also given gifts to His Bride (spiritual gifts) and is now preparing for the wedding.

After the betrothal, the groom would return to his father's house to prepare a house (New Jerusalem)  and wedding chamber for his bride. He would return for his bride at an UNEXPECTED moment, so the bride had to be ready constantly. When he returned, he would take his bride back to his father's house to the chamber he had prepared. He and his wife would then stay there for seven days. When they emerged, a great wedding feast would occur. Jesus alludes to this series of events when He told His disciples,

"And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and will take you to myself, that where I am you may be also" (John 14:3).

EVEN DANIEL WAS GIVEN PROPHESY FOR US!

This imagery dovetails perfectly with the events described by the prophet Daniel. The Bride of Christ will be taken away for seven years (the 70th week of Daniel, which corresponds to the tribulation period), and after that Christ and His Bride will return to earth so that Christ may set up His kingdom amidst a great celebration.

VIRGIN BRIDE: GOD KEPT AND INVINCIBLE

The New Testament never portrays the Bride of Christ (the Church) ever experiencing the wrath of God. Instead, Jesus tells His followers to escape what is to come:

Luke 21:34-36

"34 And take heed to yourselves, lest at any time your hearts be overcharged with surfeiting, and drunkenness, and cares of this life, and so that day come upon you unawares.

35 For as a snare shall it come on all them that dwell on the face of the whole earth.

36 Watch ye therefore, and pray always, that ye may be accounted worthy to escape all these things that shall come to pass, and to stand before the Son of man." 

 How are we worthy?  BEING IN CHRIST JESUS OUR LORD BY THE HOLY SPIRIT.

THE IDENTITY OF THE BRIDE !

In the book of Revelation, Christ tells the faithful church at Philadelphia that "Because you have kept my word about patient endurance, I will keep you from the hour of trial that is coming on the whole world, to try those who dwell on the earth" Revelation 3:10.  

The Greek words translated "keep from," tereo and ek mean to "guard out of." The faithful church of Philadelphia is a type of the faithful, true believing Church throughout all the ages since Pentecost!  which will be present during the days before the Tribulation and be removed before it begins. Clearly one cannot be "kept from" something that they are called upon to endure.

Believers are not only Christ's Bride, but also God's ambassadors here on earth. Paul confirms this fact when he says:

"Therefore, we are ambassadors for Christ, God making his appeal through us. We implore you on behalf of Christ, be reconciled to God" 2 Corinthians 5:20. In biblical times (and currently today as well), ambassadors were recalled when it was time to make war upon an enemy.

OCCUPY TILL I COME !!!  ALERT DAILY IN "THE FAITH" THAT WILL WORK FOR HIS GLORY

WE ARE HIS WITNESSES. WE HAVE AN ESSENTIAL TRUTH TO SHARE WITH ALL THE LOST WORLD OPPOSED TO JESUS CHRIST.

EACH OF US KNOW WHAT THAT GOSPEL TRUTH IS.

GOD BLESS US TO FOLLOW JESUS WORD AND NOT "NEWS" AND "BLOOD MOONS" NOR DISASTERS, NOR WARS AND RUMORS OF WARS.....ETC

Chaim, least

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🕯️📖 READING OF THE HOLY SCRIPTURES THE BOOK OF ROMANS🕯️📖

🕯️ACTS 26:18🕯️
🕯️TO OPEN THEIR EYES, AND TO TURN THEM FROM DARKNESS TO LIGHT, AND FROM THE POWER OF SATAN UNTO GOD, THAT THEY MAY RECEIVE FORGIVENESS OF SINS, AND INHERITANCE AMONG THEM WHICH ARE SANCTIFIED BY FAITH THAT IS IN ME🕯️
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