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If you’re a born-again Christian who’s post-trib/pre-wrath, God bless you; I’ll see you when we’re with the Lord. But a warning to trolls: please study up before making any comment. Judging from what we see when we place current events over the template of the Bible, it looks like the grand finale is nearly here. The next event on the schedule is the rapture of the church when every Christian (in the true sense of the word) will be taken from this planet so quickly the time sequence will be impossible to measure. And then it will happen. The events associated with the last great battle will begin. (Yes, about 1007 years later another, and perhaps less significant, skirmish will take place, but it will not last long.) However, the big one will begin soon after the rapture, and the earth as billions have know it for millennia will be forever changed. This is called the tribulation, and Jesus said nobody would survive if the time would not be limited. The tribulation period, also known as the 70th week of Daniel chapter 9, will be a time of unprecedented horror for those left behind. Anti-Christ will appear, catastrophic geological changes will occur, oceans and seas will be ruined, the world economy will collapse, God’s righteous judgment will be poured out and untold multitudes will die from war, famine, disease and an animal world gone berserk. Revelation 6-19 describes these events. The disappearance of the church in itself will throw this planet into a level of chaos
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“I am under no laws but God’s.” This is a profound lesson that reveals the radical nature of the teachings of Jesus in ACIM. Note this quote: “You really think that you would starve unless you have stacks of green paper strips and piles of metal discs. You really think a small round pellet or some fluid pushed into your veins through a sharpened needle will ward off disease and death. You really think you are alone unless another body is with you.” The lesson disavows everything we might have learned in this world. It rejects all notions of relativism, compromise, give and take, and gain and loss. “[T]here is no loss under the laws of God. Payment is neither given nor received. Exchange cannot be made; there are no substitutes; and nothing is replaced by something else. God’s laws forever give and never take.” In ACIM Jesus is teaching us the Real World. A World where God’s grace is everywhere and his Law reigns over everything. This is a World where there is no scarcity, a notion that defines everything in this world. It is perhaps important here to remember Jesus walking over the sea, and converting water to wine. God’s Spirit has power over everything, material or immaterial.