After the Rapture – then what? Here is the chronology in a nutshell. We will take us from the elections in November of 2012 through to the beginning of eternal life in heaven.
Jesus told us that we shall not know the DAY or the HOUR, but we WILL know the SEASON.
Jesus said, “This generation shall not pass away until ALL is fulfilled.” A generation is 43 to 46 years. Israel began to "blossom" after they owned East and West Jerusalem. That happened in June of 1967. Prior to that Israel did not own all of Jerusalem. That's the beginning of when Israel would be complete, but not the time that "the fig tree is in bloom". The fig tree is Israel and more specifically Jerusalem..and finite....when the Temple of Israel is started. When you see the first shovel full of dirt coming off Mt. Zion...and the plans to build the Holy Temple begin...I'm figureing we have 3.5 years from that shovel full of dirt to the rapture....so be vigilant...be ready. That is when the "fig Tree" begins to bloom, and THIS GENERATION shall not pass until ALL that is written in the Bible is FULFILLED...rapture...the ast haf of the seven year Tribulation Period....and Jesus stepping His foot on Mt. Zion to rule as king of kings one second after the Great Tribulation ends.
Read "When Will The Rapture Take Plase" for full details.
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