by Molly Noble Bull
The Rapture is a future event mentioned in the Bible but not by name. It is merely described.
At the Rapture, true believers in Jesus Christi will be resurrected. Soon afterward, all believers alive on earth at that time will disappear from sight in the twinkling of an eye. And both groups will reappear in Heaven to live and reign with the Lord forever.
Some say that the Rapture of the church will take place during one of the three fall Feasts of Israel, also called Feasts of the Lord.
The Fall Feasts are....
The Feast of Trumpets
Also called Rosh Hashanh
Sunset Setptember 28 to Sunset September 30th
Day of Atonment
Also called Yom Kippur
Feast of Tabernacles
Also called Feasts of Booths and Sukkot
October 13th for seven days
To understand what I am about to say next, you must first know that trib stands for tribulation or as some might call it—really bad times for folks living on planet earth. In the Bible, the Book of Revelation has a lot to say about the tribulation period.
But according to the Bible, nobody knows the day or the hour when the Rapture of the church will take place.
Nevertheless, some believe they know the season, and there are three possible times or seasons. They are Pre-trib, meaning the beginning of the last seven years of earth's existence, mid-trib, meaning the middle point of those last seven years, and post-trib, meaning the end of the seven last years.
At this point, I'm not sure what I believe regarding the Rapture. All I know for sure is that there will be a Rapture of the church because the Bible describes it.
However, I just found a 4 minute video that puts a unique slant on what is called the pre-trib Rapture. I cannot say that I believe the premise on the video completely, but I can say that the findings are interesting.
The video mentions Rosh Hashanah, the Feast of Trumpets, as a possible season of the year when the Rapture might take place. The Feast of Trumpets is one of seven feasts mentioned in the Book of Levities, chapter 23.
In 2011, the Feast of Trumpets began at sundown on September 28th and ended at sundown on September 30th. To learn more about the Feast of Trumpets, scroll down and read my article titled Rosh Hashanah.
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Click below to hear the 4 minute video.