Seven PreTrib Problems and the Prewrath Rapture (Full Movie)


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Click the timestamps to skip to a section:
Intro: 0:00
The Basics: 1:45
The Precursor Problem: 6:06
The Olivet Discourse Problem: 19:28
The 2 Thess Problem: 40:23
The Revelation Problem: 58:59
The Imminence Problem: 1:18:29
The Same Time Problem: 1:44:04
The Early Church Problem 1:55:39
Outro / Credits: 2:13:32

29 thoughts on “Seven PreTrib Problems and the Prewrath Rapture (Full Movie)

  1. Thanks for this, Dee! I watched this. I thought they did a good job. I especially appreciated the part of Israel and the Church. I used to be Pretrib; however, I have been moving in the direction of midtrib or Prewrath. How’s your sabbatical?!

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    • Thanks for watching, Mandy! I’m so glad you appreciated the film. I thought they did a great job also, though I’ve only been able to watch about half of it so far. I hope to finish it up today.

      I also used to be pretrib, but it never really made sense to me based on the timeline of events given in Matthew 24 and other places. The gyrations of making everything fall into place were very troubling for me and I couldn’t understand why God would make it so difficult, when He obviously went out of His way to make these things known. After all, the entire book of Revelation was written specifically to believers so they could know what to expect. So, how does that work when things are seemingly so impossible to understand?

      I eventually became very frustrated with the whole thing and stopped reading the parts of the Bible that had anything overtly to do with eschatology for quite some time. Then I decided to put away everything I’d been taught and just read through the New Testament without my preconceived thoughts and I was shocked at the things I began to notice about the layout of events in prophecy.

      I won’t go into all of it here, but suffice it to say that I am now a very strong believer in the Prewrath timing of the rapture. And I can’t help but warn people to reconsider their notions of being rescued out of here before it gets bad. Unfortunately, many will be disillusioned and fall away when they realize they may have to suffer before Christ returns for His church. But I hope to be prepared spiritually for this coming time. And if perhaps we are rescued prior to it, I will be joyously grateful!!

      Maybe I’ll write a post on my conversion from pretrib to prewrath. 🙂 God bless!

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      • That would be a GREAT post, Dee! People need to hear this! My struggle with Pretrib rapture was that Jesus does not say nor pray for us to be kept from persecution. Jesus tells us to plan and expect persecution and to pray to endure our sufferings. I also agree people are going to fall away and that is heartbreaking. May we be like Job and learn to suffer well (God is giving us plenty of opportunities right now). I never thought about the timelines in the ways the video did and Dee, I am so glad they did because they make sense! I also do NOT think God is done with national, political Israel so I appreciated how Prewrath fits with that as well. Thank you, Dee, SO much for taking the time to respond! Love and blessings pretty lady!

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        • You’re so right. Jesus, as well as the NT writers, tell us to expect suffering. The problem is that we Westerners have not experienced very much of it, which makes it so easy for many to grasp hold of the pretrib viewpoint. But the fact is, Christian have been suffering persecution around the world for centuries, why would we think it should be any different at the end of the age? So many today see suffering as a bad thing, but those who have suffered have actually considered it an honor.

          I am convinced that if a person will read through the New Testament continually and prayerfully, without regard to what they’ve been taught or any preconceived ideas about this subject, they will see the truth. And once they’ve seen it, they’ll wonder how they ever missed it. Love and blessings back to you! ❤️

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          • Considering Job lived before or during the time of Abraham, in my opinion that means God dealt with human suffering from the beginning. Before God even made his covenant of land, seed, blessing with Abraham, the Lord told us how to respond to suffering. You are so right about the Western World. So thankful for you heart for the Truth!!!

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            • Agreed. And really, wasn’t Abel the first to be martyred for his faith? His sacrifice was better than Cain’s because he understood and obeyed God’s requirements. And although Cain also understood, he didn’t obey and instead struck Abel down in jealousy and anger because his sacrificed was accepted by God and Cain’s wasn’t. And don’t we see the same thing going on today?

              God determines the parameters of how we must come to Him and that’s what the world hates. And so they hate Him. And by extension, they hate us.. just as Jesus said they would. And so goes the cycle. Suffering is inherent in the life of the Christian. “Indeed, all who desire to live a godly life in Christ Jesus will be persecuted” 2 Timothy 3:12. And as you said earlier, “May we be like Job and learn to suffer well.”

              Blessings Sister. Love in Christ. ❤

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  2. Thanks very much Dee.

    I’ve had a good go at watching this very well-made (and doubtless well-argued) film, but confess that i soon found myself well out of my eschatological depth, so to speak.

    What i’ll do however is forward it on to established Bible scholars i occasionally send questions to, in the hope that they’ll respond (Pastor Derek Walker of the Oxford Bible church, Dr. A. Fruchtenbaum, founder of Ariel Ministries and Amir Tsarfati of “Behold Israel” ministries.) If so, then i’ll gladly forward those responses onto you.

    Shalom/God bless,

    Bryan.

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  3. Thank you so much for your thoughts, Bryan. I have no doubt these gentlemen have seen this film. If they do respond it is not necessary to share their response with me, as I am already familiar with their viewpoint. Instead I hope that you pray for God to give you understanding as you watch the film and read His word. Blessings to you, Bryan!

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  4. Yes indeed suffering-for-Christ IS an honour and, like martyrdom-for-our-faith, a “badge of honour” even. Yet how often do we hear the Words of Christ, relevant to such realities, preached these days? (e.g. “DENY self” “Take up your cross and follow Me” “In this world you WILL have tribulation.”)

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    • Amen! And yes, you are so right that we rarely hear those words of Christ preached. It seems mostly what we hear instead are reasons why God would never allow us to suffer. Or that we should live our best lives now. As nice as that sounds, it’s just not in keeping with the Scriptures.

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  5. Hi Dee, thought I’d stop by and was glad to see you sharing the new pre-wrath/pre-trib film. I’ve watched it all and can say they did a great job on it. thanks for posting the breakdown of it. i will copy that as i know some are put off by the length of it.

    I wasn’t aware you were in the FB pre-wrath group, so am I. 🙂
    Blessings,
    Brenda

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    • Hi Brenda! It’s great to hear from you! Thanks for stopping by. Yes, they did a great job on the video. So glad to hear you’re in the FB group. I’m actually one of the admins, so you may see me post now and then. I’ll look you up and say hi!! Blessings to you too. ❤️

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