Second Coming of Christ and Rapture Timing Explained with Expectations for 2016: Dr. Richard Ruhling

Millions of Christians misunderstand Christ’s wedding parables while ignoring passages that could explain it. To believe we will be suddenly snatched from bed to heaven when Christ said to watch is an example that contributes to unreadiness for what’s coming, says Dr. Richard Ruhling, author of The Alpha & Omega Bible Code, who offers the following explanations.

PRESCOTT, AZ – Jan 07, 2016 – Millions of Christians read the 24th chapter of Matthew that says, “Then shall two be in the field; the one shall be taken and the other left” and they are told that it means taken to heaven, but they overlook the companion text in the last verses of Luke’s 17th chapter where the disciples ask, “Where, Lord? So he said to them, Wherever the body is, there the eagles will be gathered together.” It’s not a rapture to heaven; it’s the dinner of the birds in the 19th chapter of Revelation.

Furthermore, “two men in one bed; the one shall be taken and the other left” sounds like what could be a SWAT team or an impending martial law when some may be taken to a FEMA camp, says Ruhling.

He says the easiest place to see rapture timing is verse 52 of Paul’s 15th chapter to the Corinthians where Paul puts the 2nd coming “at the last trumpet. For the trumpet will sound, and the dead will be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed.” But there are SEVEN trumpets and we haven’t seen the first one yet, says Ruhling.

He decodes the 1st trumpet where “all green grass was burned up” to mean ECONOMIC COLLAPSE because the 1st chapter of James has double references that liken grass to rich men fading as the grass withers in the sun.

Ruhling reminds us that the plagues of Egypt attacked their gods, and since money is the god of many today, it will have to go. Those trumpets in the 8th chapter of Revelation are preceded by an earthquake. He explains it as the initiating factor of end-times and expects it this spring, based on five “when-then” signs in 2015 (link below).

Ruhling laments the pre-tribulation rapture teaching because people think they don’t need to read the book of Revelation that promises a blessing to those who understand it, adding that because “church” is not mentioned after the 3rd chapter Revelation, they conclude they’re in heaven. He says they fail to see the church as the pure woman in the 12th chapter opposing the harlot (false church) that is identified in the 17th chapter riding the beast (political cartoon representing government) of New World Order.

One of the missed imageries in Luke’s wedding parable in his 12th chapter is the “knock.” The Bible decodes itself. The only other place where Christ “knocks” is for the last church of Laodicea that was lukewarm with materialism like America is now. Ruhling reminds us that church ended in an earthquake that destroyed the city circa 63 AD. We are to watch and be ready according to His clues!

Dr. Richard Ruhling is an author on current events and Bible prophecy. His most recent ebooks are Apocalypse 2016 and The Alpha & Omega Bible Code with 5-star reviews 

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