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Pre-Trib or Post-Trib?

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Thank you all for answering the sleep question many Seven Day Adventist believe in that. I have noticed another debate on another topic in all denominations of Christianity and that's on the pre or post trib. I've heard good arguments . Which do you think ? And please provide bible verses to support your answer. 

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Tej,

Good question.

In my studies of the prophecies of the Old Testament and the New Testament, long ago, I came to the conclusion that the coming of the Lord Jesus for the saints in the church will occur before the 7-Year Tribulation starts in Revelation 6:1

Since this last December, at our church I have been teaching a verse-by-verse study of 1 & 2 Thessalonians. Below is a chart that I made for that study. The chart is a "work in progress." And, I have already told the congregation that there will be an individual chart made for the five subjects covered in the chart.

So, I am sure that there will be some changes (hopefully not major), in the weeks ahead.

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I do hope that the above chart on 1 & 2 Thessalonians will help answer your question.

If there is something not understood on the chart, or if anyone has a question, or you see a mistake, please ask or discuss.

Alan

Note on February 11, 2019.

I have  done a detailed study on, "The Day of the Lord," and the book of Isaiah, and the fulfillment  of Isaiah's prophecies in the book of Revelation, for my current study at our church. Due to the complexity of the,  "Day of Christ," and "The Day of the Lord," I am in the process of revising the  chart on 1 Thessalonians 5:2, "Day of the Lord," & 2 Thessalonians 2:2, "The Day of Christ" to make it more clearer and more precise. Once I am finished with the chart(s) I will attach the revised chart on this study and more appropriate passages from Isaiah.

Alan

 

 

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On ‎2‎/‎6‎/‎2019 at 8:52 PM, Guest Tej said:

Thank you all for answering the sleep question many Seven Day Adventist believe in that. I have noticed another debate on another topic in all denominations of Christianity and that's on the pre or post trib. I've heard good arguments . Which do you think ? And please provide bible verses to support your answer. 

Thanks 

I would say that Revelation 3, talking to the Philadelphia church, promised to be kept from that Hour, and also Chapter 4, when John goes up into heaven as a prefigure of the church rapturing out are the 2 best examples for pre trib. I see Mid trib supported by the 2 witnesses resurrecting to God mid trip, and also that the wrath of God starts mid trib, and the church is said to be spare the wrath of God. Post trib fits due to the fact that the second coming is  described to be the same event as what is called the rapture, as those holding to it see God protecting the Church as he did the Jews in Egypt during the plagues.

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