The End Times Apostasy

3 Let no one deceive you in any way, for it will not come until the rebellion occurs and the man of lawlessness—the son of destruction—is revealed.

2 Thessalonians 2:3 BSB

The rapture (1 Thessalonians 4:16-18 & 2 Thessalonians 2:1) is the event when Jesus will take the Christians to heaven to be with Him forever before the seven-year Tribulation. 

The phrase “for it will not come” refers to the Great Tribulation, which will not occur “until the rebellion” or apostasy takes place, and right after that, the Antichrist appears on the world stage to sign a seven-year treaty with Israel and the surrounding nations for “peace” (a false peace). Before those things happen, the rapture will take place (1 Thessalonians 1:10).

For further study on the Great Tribulation click on this link: “The Rapture, Pre-Trib Or Post-Trib?”

The homosexual agenda belongs to Satan, and he has brought it to the churches to make the hearts of those who are not anchored in Christ turn away from Him. The devil will take many professing Christians to hell by convincing them that sexual immorality is not sinful, thus deceiving them to accept that which the Word of God has condemned.

Right before Jesus comes, there will be fewer Christians on earth (Luke 18:8) who will be the ones to get raptured. Satan wants many people to go to hell with him, and the sad part about it is that he will be successful.

Imagine you go to the kitchen, and you see a basket full of apples. You think that you have many apples, but as you look more into the basket, you notice that the ones at the bottom are all rotten. The apples at the top are good, but the ones at the bottom are bad. Only a few apples are good to eat. That is what’s happening to Christianity. Many people claim to be Christians, but as 2 Thessalonians 2 says, many will apostatize, showing that only a few are genuinely saved. 

If you call yourself a Christian, you better understand that the devil has targeted you to destroy your faith by having you accept another “truth” that opposes what the Scripture teaches.

How grounded are you in Christ? You better start digging yourself, real firm and deep in the Word of God because the enemy will try his hardest you pull you out of it.


7 thoughts on “The End Times Apostasy

  1. There is nothing in Scripture about a “rapture” or a “tribulation.” It’s all nonsense made to keep the sheep in the barn. They’ve been predicting this for 2,000 years still hasn’t happened.


  2. Thank you for your questions. Below is the answer.

    Matthew 24:19-21 BSB
    19 How miserable those days will be for pregnant and nursing mothers! 20 Pray that your flight will not occur in the winter or on the Sabbath. 21 For at that time there will be great tribulation, unmatched from the beginning of the world until now, and never to be seen again.

    As you can see in verse 21, it says “great tribulation”, which in context refers to Daniel 9:27, where the Antichrist will rule for seven years, see 2 Thessalonians 2.

    1 Thessalonians 4:17 BSB
    17 After that, we who are alive and remain will be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air. And so we will always be with the Lord.

    The phrase “caught up” in Greek is “harpazo.” This word in Latin is “rapturo” where we get the English word “rapture.” The Latin Vulgate was the Bible translation that was used for 1000 years before the Bible was translated into other languages.

    The rapture is in the Bible, no doubt about that.

    RaPaR the atheist said: “They’ve been predicting this for 2,000 years still hasn’t happened.”

    Your statement just proves how accurate the Bible really is. See below.

    2 Peter 3:4
    4 “Where is the promise of His coming?” they will ask. “Ever since our fathers fell asleep, everything continues as it has from the beginning of creation.”

    This is why Jesus hasn’t come yet.

    2 Peter 3:9
    9 The Lord is not slow in keeping His promise as some understand slowness, but is patient with you, not wanting anyone to perish but everyone to come to repentance.


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