More on the Rapture

Posted: August 21, 2009 in Uncategorized

In the Jewish tradition The Man comes for the Bride and then takes them to His Father’s house.

Once there they are together at the Father’s House there is a Marriage Supper or celebration and then the Marriage ceremony.

Why do I mention this exactly, because this is exactly the way the Bible (which is The Word of God) in the New Testament relates how he’s going to come and take us to be with Him.

The Marriage Supper of the Lamb
In Luke 12:36, the Word states that when Christ returns, He will be returning from a wedding. In Revelation 19:7-8, we read about the marriage itself. The marriage supper takes place before the marriage. According to Jewish custom, the marriage contract, which often includes a dowry, is drawn up first. The contract parallels the act of faith we use when we trust Jesus to be our Savior. The dowry is His life, which was used to purchase us. When it’s time for the wedding, the groom goes to the bride’s house unannounced. She comes out to meet him, and then he takes her to his father’s house. This precisely correlates with the events according to the pre-trib scenario. Jesus, the Groom, comes down from heaven and calls up the Church, His Bride. After meeting in the air, He and His Bride return to His Father’s house, heaven. The marriage supper itself will take place there, while down here on earth the final events of the tribulation will be playing out. After the marriage supper of Jewish tradition, the bride and groom are presented to the world as man and wife. This corresponds to the time when Jesus returns to earth accompanied by an army “clothed in fine linen, white and clean” (Rev 19:14).

Emphasis added.

The previous passage was taken from the following article. At

Here’s the article.

All about The Rapture…I mean ALL.

Read with an open mind and may God Bless you one and all. I pray for the blog to plant the seeds of change, even if it only reaches one person by the time it’s over I’ll consider all the effort worthwhile.

God Bless.



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