In the parable we left off with in part 1, God clearly is the King. He has planned a wedding for his Son Yeshua (Jesus). The wedding represents the concept of two becoming one. This represents the resurrection of the saints where we become one spirit with Christ. Made like him in every way. Notice during the time between when the servants were sent and the marriage, persecution arises. Finally the King sends and punishes the persecutors and brings new people to the feast both bad and good.
IT ALSO, DOESN”T MAKE SENSE:
From the old prophets to the Apostles, we hear this.
Behold, I have refined thee, but not with silver; I have chosen thee in the furnace of affliction.
ACTS 14: (Apostle Paul)
22 Confirming the souls of the disciples, and exhorting them to continue in the faith, and that we must through much tribulation enter into the kingdom of God.
OF COURSE, everyone should know about the inquisition, where people had their right to buy and sell abridged, hairs plucked, they were skinned alive, fed to animals, burned at the stake, drowned, stretched, drawn and quartered, etc. and etc..
From Jesus through the Apostles and up to our time particularly in 3rd world countries, Christians still suffer terrible things.
Just the Idea that somehow the last generation before Christ comes are so much more dear to God than others, that he will not allow them to suffer through tribulation, is anathema to many. It certainly does not make ANY SENSE.
Now the Parable above will help anyone see how all scriptures that are quoted by Rapture believers are taken illogically out of context. Let’s look at some while keeping our mind on the parable above. Afterwards, we will go on to complete proof.
* Many allege scriptures say that we are not appointed to Wrath.
This is only true if they mean that we are not appointed to the wrath of God. We have always suffered the wrath of man. Remember the King’s sons and their persecutors? Who suffered the wrath of the King (analogous to God)? Only the wicked men suffered. Not even all the non-servants suffered their fate.
* Many pre-tribulation Rapture believers indicate the Bible says that the time will be like the days of Noah. Two people will be grinding at the mill or two on a house top or two in a field. One shall be taken and the other left.
- Read the story of Noah. Who were the ones taken all away? The people taken away were the bad people. The ones left alone were the ones left alone in the ark. Still on earth but protected. Matthew 24:39
*Rapture believers say that the Christians mentioned during the tribulation are Jewish Christians because the Bible say that they Keep the commandments of God and have the testimony of Jesus Christ.
Jesus said not every one that say Lord Lord shall enter the kingdom but those that keeps the commandments of God. So, all real Christians are those that keep the commandments of God and have the testimony of Jesus.
Again, in the parable the servants obeyed and the ones ended up being punished were the ones who became disobedient.
Continue to part 4