Isaiah 46 verse 5


Isaiah 46:4  And even to your old age I am he; and even to hoar hairs will I carry you: I have made, and I will bear; even I will carry, and will deliver you.
A great and sweet promise to those of us who are faced with the prospect of old age, or have relatives who are old or faced with the fears of what might happen as they advance in years.



Psalm 71 verses 9, 18

Psalms 71:9  Cast me not off in the time of old age; forsake me not when my strength faileth.

A marvelous prayer that should become dearer to us with every passing day. 

If you have an old parent, grandparent, relataive or friend, it can be a stark reminder of what could one day be your own state: old age, failing strength.

This is a prayer that you can pray with the other person for himself or herself, and simultaneously for you, no matter what your age, but all the more relevantly and poignantly when you yourself are in the autumn or winter of your life.



Enoch and the Rapture

The tiny seeds of promise found in the book of Genesis come to fruition in the New Testament. Specially in this first book of the Bible are found the beginnings and typical forms of all the fulfillments and consummations of the great Messianic future as revealed i the Book of the Revelation.

First let us turn to the brief note in Genesis concerning a man who anticipated by thousands of years the highest form of redemption, which awaits believers who shall be alive at our Lord's return.

The account is short, but filled with divine drama!


Evidences of the Pre-trib Rapture

50 Evidences

Historical Doctrine of Imminency

1. The early church believed in the imminency of the Lord's return. While it can be debated which church father said what, there is a consistency in the early church on imminency which is essential to the pre-trib position and in opposition to some other positions. (See additional reading suggestions at the end of this page.)

2. The Pre-trib position is the ONLY one which truly teaches imminency.