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If Jesus already returned in 70ad as claimed by many, what all came to an end?

Acts 2:38 ended.
The Lord’s Supper ended.
Holy Ghost baptism ended.
The Kingdom of God ended.
Being born again of water and Spirit ended.
Miracles have all ended.
Casting out demons has ended.
All gifts of the Spirit have ended.
The church ended.
The five-fold ministry of Apostles, Prophets, Evangelist, Pastors and Teachers ended.
Deacons, Elders, Bishops ended.
Tithing and offerings ended.
Revivals ended.
Funerals with promise of the resurrection ended.
The blessed hope ended.
The great tribulation is already past and ended.
The man of sin, the antichrist, the beast 666 is already happened and ended.
The seven seals, seven trumpets, seven bowls of wrath is past and ended.
The 144,000 and great number saved out of great tribulation is over and ended.
All church services are ended.

According to a group of prophecy interpreters, the church age lasted 40 years from 30ad to 70ad. They claim the resurrection of the dead in Christ took place in 70ad. They claim all the scriptures speaking about the rapture are already fulfilled. They claim the millennium began in 70ad and is not 1,000 years long but an indefinite number of years. They claim only the last two chapters of the book of Revelation remains unfulfilled.

Some of you are being suckered into this prophecy cult called Preterism.

They teach against the future rapture and refuse to use the word to describe the coming of Jesus. Jerry Moon who is in this cult claimed Jesus came back on the day of Pentecost. When I challenged him to prove 1Thes 4:16-17 took place on that day, he then attacked me for having his picture on my wall of shame.

Simple reasoning here. If Jesus already came in 30ad on the day of Pentecost, why is Paul writing 1Thes 4:16-17 around 60ad?

Look at all that I must defend and how many will hate me.

Do not bite the bait of the sucker fishermen.


February 4, 2017 Posted by | Apostolic Messianic | 1 Comment