- MemberJuly 11, 2020 at 20:39
How often should the message on Rapture, second coming of Christ, end-time related be preached in our churches? When was the last time you heard a message around this topic? Do you think Christians have a good understanding on this topic? Should it be an all-time message, or for special periods?
Please share your thoughts.
- MemberJuly 29, 2020 at 22:26
Hi bro, I observed of all the subjects of discussion raised in the forum, this particular one has the least contribution…. there are very few people who wants to be reminder of the rapture….Perhaps because the unmarried still wants to get married; the expectant mother still want to experience motherhood; the fresh university graduate still want to have a feel being employed; the tenant and those yet to have their own car still wants to build or buy their own houses and cars; the sinner still needs a day after tomorrow to repent….. the must-do list is much for alot of us, and needs to be done before Jesus Christ can come (speaking alot of people’s mind)
Therefore what do we think can be done to get and keep us prepared for the second coming of our Lord?… what can be done to help us love and desire the appearing of Jesus Christ in His glory, just as Apostle wrote in 2 Timothy 4:8, even if it is now? Please kindly share your thought on this, it may help a neighbour. May God help us all.
- MemberAugust 8, 2020 at 19:00
Rapture is not common on our pulpit. In fact, we hear more messages that have to do with here than eternity and heaven. But you know what, I think what is important is not whether the pastor preaches it or not or how often it is been preached. The important thing is whether we are getting prepared or not. Remember there was no pastor or prophet in the days of Enoch and the bible said he walked with God to the point that one day God took him to heaven. We need to walk daily with our father.
- MemberAugust 9, 2020 at 02:40
Very true! The additional call is for all believers to rise up for the salvation of others. Not just preparing people for God’s earthly promises that fade away, but a constant reminder of the Climax of Promises – Eternity.
- MemberAugust 13, 2020 at 18:32
Me love this beautiful response
- MemberAugust 13, 2020 at 16:26
I think the question you asked above has always been a question I keep asking over and over again. While I believe that we all should get prepared individually, I believe we all should remind ourselves of rapture once in a while. The consciousness of heaven should always be heard time to time on the pulpit.
- MemberAugust 14, 2020 at 21:33
You are very right Niran.
- MemberJanuary 2, 2021 at 16:07
I believe preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ is not only on the pulpit,it goes beyond that,so if the topic on Rapture is not shared the way it ought to be on the pulpit,we all disciples called to carry out this mandate all around the world not only on pulpit but the big question is how prepared are we for Rapture,which may be the reason why Rapture is scares on the pulpit.However,as we remind ourselves on this mandate of propagating this good news,it might be a wake up call.
Happy new year brethren!
- MemberFebruary 18, 2021 at 19:52
We need this messages now more than ever because evidentially, the time is nearer to us now than ever and people are becoming more careless about d issue of rapture, heaven and hell.
Unfortunately, this messages are rare on the pulpit today, I see this as one of the dangers of the end time.
People don’t like hearing these messages and preachers too in other to win the heart of many to themselves and their churches are ignoring these critical messages on the pulpit.
But thank God, we now have so many channels to reach out to people aside from pulpit and we don’t need to be pastors or evangelists to do this.
Let’s do all we can do individually to push these messages to the public to keep on reminding ourselves of the world greatest event that the world will soon experience
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