But if one is to live constantly in fear of judgment and tribulation, then one cannot blossom into the freedom and joy that the gospel of grace gives.
I have discovered that those who oppose the rapture before the appearance of the antichrist and the great tribulation have at the bottom a proclamation of law and a proclamation of judgment. If one has such a proclamation, one naturally draws the wrong conclusions and that is why such people believe that we born-again saved Christians should be part of the great tribulation.
Stamping someone for "pre-trib" is rude and false rhetoric. Because if you can put someone in a compartment, you have put a stamp that "he is like that".
I do not care what "pre-trib", "post-trib" and all that "tribbar" are, but I stick to what the Bible says and believes.
This should be done by those who are often false self-appointed teachers, who also accuse others of various "tribes" instead of cooking up their own teachings.
The same is true of those who accuse "Darbyism". I have believed in the Bible for a long time and preached the rapture without having heard of Darby.
And so it is with most people, they have never heard of this Darby, but if you can put a stamp on something through a false and deceptive rhetoric so that it becomes a little cryptic, then you get insecurity and confusion in people. And then they forget to see what the Bible really says and then they know neither out nor in.
This is the case with all heresies. They want to shift the focus from the truth to sow confusion. And one way to sow this confusion is to put names and labels on things that you have never thought of before.
Those who oppose biblical rapture must, in order to put together their own false and confusing doctrine, pull many different Bible words out of context and put them together so that it says something completely different. Vips, they have put together something that seems to be a "biblical" "logical" doctrine, but is in fact a heresy!
I have discovered that those who oppose the rapture before the appearance of the antichrist and the great tribulation have at the bottom a proclamation of law and a proclamation of judgment.
If one has such a proclamation, one naturally draws the wrong conclusions and that is why such people believe that we born-again saved Christians should be part of the great tribulation. So they believe that the saved will be judged in the great tribulation!
But he who preaches the gospel of grace in Jesus Christ knows that Jesus did not come to judge but to save.
If you proclaim law and judgment, then the content is also that you get law and judgment. But if you proclaim grace through faith in Jesus, then you also receive grace through faith.
I am saved and saved by grace through faith in Jesus regardless of my own deeds.
But if one is to live constantly in fear of judgment and tribulation, then one cannot blossom into the freedom and joy that the gospel of grace provides.
Jesus has set us free and not bound us in law bondage and fear.
In addition, the doctrine that the saved should be part of the great tribulation is a false proclamation of salvation.
The great tribulation will then be some kind of "purgatory" that the believers must go through to see who holds the measure and to be able to be cleansed and saved from their sins.
In this way, the Calvary work of Jesus Christ is annulled! The proclamation of the law has again taken effect.
What Jesus did at Calvary's cross is more than enough for our salvation. Yes, that is the only thing that holds for our salvation.
Jesus died for our sins and reconciled us to God. Through faith in him, you will be saved and saved by grace. Nothing else is needed.
Rom 5: 9. So much more, then, since we are justified in his blood, shall we be saved through him through wrath .
1Thess 1:10. and to wait from heaven his Son, whom he raised from the dead, Jesus, who saves us from the wrath to come .
1 Thessalonians 5: 9. For God hath not appointed us to wrath , but to obtain salvation through our Lord Jesus Christ,
Jn 3:36. He who believes in the Son has eternal life, but he who does not believe in the Son shall not see life, but the wrath of God remains on him [but he who believes in Jesus, the wrath of God does not remain] .
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