Palm Sunday is an important day in the Christian Calendar. Churches globally celebrated it today as the start of religious observances during the Holy Week, leading up the crucifixion and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. Some have asked: Do all Christian churches celebrate Palm Sunday? Isn’t this just a religious observance with little meaning to the (more…)
God’s Promise to the Church is true. We will miss the Great Tribulation.
Evidence from the Book of Revelation agrees with the Book of Daniel about the End Times. The Book of Revelation gives us an overview of world events from the time period of John the Apostle (Author) to the culmination of history as we know it.
The “Blessed Hope” is the expectation of Christians. We are looking for His appearance to meet us “in the clouds” with eager joy. The glorious appearance will be the day all people see Him as He returns to stand on the Mount of Olives with His Church in order to deal with evil once and for all.
When the day arrives that ushers in the seven-year reign of antichrist, the Church will meet the Lord in the air and move out of the picture. This is known as the Rapture of the Church.
The Bible is filled with references concerning the Personal Return of Christ and it is a major theme of Scripture. Evidence for the Rapture of the Church is also very clear.