Billy Graham On The Rapture

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Billy Graham is a religious figure and Christian evangelist he became a Christian superstar and a preacher. His views on the Rapture were “There were many Christians who believe that the second coming of Jesus Christ will be in two phases. First he will come for the believers, both living and dead, in the “rapture”; read 1 Thessalonians 4:13-17. In this view, the rapture which is the transformation and catching up of all Christians dead or alive, to meet Christ in the air, will be secret for it will be unknown to the world of unbelievers at the time of its happening.” He says that after the thousands years living unbelievers and the wicked dead now raised to life will be judged at the great white throne judgement. They will then be cast into…show more content…
Many movies and books has mentioned above has spinned themes around this doctrine. Personally doing much research on the Rapture and talking to people about it as well as not being a huge religious believer, I still can’t help but to wonder if this is entirely true and if this could indeed actually happen. I am a true believer on anything can happen and even though there is no evidence that this is coming or not. A lot of scriptures in the bible has led many Christians to believe this such thing could happen and with a lot of faith and trust in Jesus Christ you could indeed be safe. People want to be that believer that will be saved from Jesus Christ and be sent up to heaven to not have to bear with the years of destruction that many non-believers have to face. The Rapture returns all believers in Christ from the Earth which is described in the bible by 1Thessaloinians 4:13-18 and 1 Corinthians 15:50-54. The second coming is when Jesus returns to defeat the Antichrist and destroy Evil which is described in the bible in Revelation 19:11-16. Either way this sounds like a waiting game for many Christians and many non-believers because basically we could wake up tomorrow with friends and family who have disappeared and others are left on earth with the wonder and thought of what’s going to happen to them. I don’t judge those who are religious and I definitely don’t want to put anything on the back burner but personally I don’t know how I feel about the Rapture. Doing a lot of research on the Rapture makes me feel like it could happen but at the same time I feel screwed because I don’t pray every day and I don’t go to Church everyday which has me wondering what’s going to happen to me and my family all because we chose a different route of faith. This to me doesn’t seem
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