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Not The Work Of Antichrist

So, given the equivalence between the false doctrine of the rapture and the denial of the cross of Christ; am I, by stating that same equivalence will surely leave you bereft of salvation (effectively "quasi-marked") acting in the office of Antichrist?

Rev 13:16 And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: (KJV)

I am not going to scratch your hand or implant a chip, I will not barcode you or track your location or force your children to deny the gospel of Jesus Christ with a knife held to your neck or vice-versa: I instead state that your chosen fellowship in Christ and your guiding light is left entirely up to you: there are yet fellowships out there to choose from, even if they may only exist online.

Rev 3:4 Thou hast a few names even in Sardis which have not defiled their garments; and they shall walk with me in white: for they are worthy. (KJV)

If you reject the argument, that is your freedom to exercise. If you take offence, I hope logic will rule over your emotions and that sobriety of faith will prevail over drunken vigilance.

By logically making those same statements, if I were logically and universally “forcing” such an imaginary “quasi-mark” on every rapturist, I could simply state that given the same rapture doctrine’s correctness; the proponents of that doctrine would surely and most certainly be evacuated and out (as instantaneously) of here pretty quick to escape said (universal) logical “force”; and then necessarily so before they could instead be converted back to Jesus Christ and to accept sound doctrine.

Given then, they remain “quasi-marked” and not raptured absent; there is no rapture!

I sincerely doubt that such rapture would ever occur (as during the election of grace); yet I also hope that any rapturist out there, finding himself in fault would certainly admit to himself that the very lack of his immediate evacuation from said “quasi-mark” disproves the rapture completely, and in all honesty, they should have immediately repented of that false doctrine!

Logic is instantaneous in its necessity; but God can wait. When then, is there to be any rapture found if God would let His own (the rapturist - I here speak as a liar), be so universally and logically “quasi-marked”; unless it be for the very reason to smack them round the head with a proverbial two-by-four, and thereby show them the error of their doctrine?

Think twice before you point the finger! God has sent the associated “strong delusion” to this rapture lie of Satan. If you can see this from my point of view, I take some risk to state sound doctrine. (This is not done out of spite, the gospel will not fail any believer before the last day.)

Can you hear Satan laughing? Is he laughing at you or me? (If he were not laughing at either of us, then his device would have failed!)

Only the “rapturist” is ever so “quasi-marked”. (And by this argument, certainly not the ungodly - there is discernment to be found in that for any reader!) The rapture doctrine is not the one and true gospel, and it is not universally accepted as such. Those teaching that doctrine, are without an exception, liars.

If you are a rapturist and you suspect yourself (even possibly) so “left behind” and “quasi-marked” (none of your fellows being raptured either); then there is no rapture coming, for you or anyone else! You instead need Jesus Christ (and only the correct gospel, His gospel) to save you from the serious errors in your faith.


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