We all pretty much know what is meant by someone being red-pilled. Way back in 1999 the movie The Matrix introduced us to that term. Keanu Reeves had to choose between the blue and red pills. Would he take the blue and remain unconsciously enslaved by a system that trapped humanity in its dystopian dreamworld? Or would he choose the red pill and wake up to the horrors of the reality in which humanity lived? In so doing, would he also join the fight of truth against the forces of falsehood and deception that sought to maintain total control of mankind?
Posts Tagged: Seal Judgments
One of the bedrock beliefs I’ve had concerning the Rapture is that it is analogous to the Galilean wedding. After the Son’s betrothal to His Bride, He goes back to His Father’s house, prepares the bridal chamber, and then comes to get His Bride when the Father determines it is time to do so (John 14:1-3). As a result, the Rapture is an imminent event, not tied to anything earthly that someone could point to in order to predict Christ’s return.
For today’s Part 3 we’ll endeavor to bring this study to a close as this book we’re examining on Catholic beliefs about Revelation deals with God’s Judgments in the Tribulation.
Tribulation Rising came about through my responding to a writing challenge perhaps 6-7 years ago. I completed my story about the 3rd Seal, and about that time the people sponsoring the challenge went dark. The story then sat in my computer untouched.
There’s been much written about the identity of Babylon and its richly deserved destruction as chronicled in Revelation 17-18. Today let’s try to see what we might learn about this mystery and what light we can shed on this subject.
Bible prophecy teachers are seldom in lockstep about various events in Scripture. One of the seminal prophecies that causes disagreement is the War of Gog-Magog as recounted in Ezekiel 38-39. Although this is among the most detailed of foretellings in the Bible, there are several different takes on when it will occur.