"And I beheld, and heard the voice of one eagle flying through the midst of heaven,
saying with a loud voice: Woe, woe, woe to the inhabitants of the earth....
[Apocalypse (Revelation) 8:13]

Friday, March 31, 2017

What To Do If You Miss “the Rapture”

What To Do If You Miss “the Rapture”
By: Eric Gajewski
Jesus ain't "rapturing" heretics let alone his true elect before or during the Tribulation.

Did I grab your attention?  Hope so.  We, of course, know, as true believers, that there is no such pre/mid tribulation rapture thesis accepted by the Church.  I have covered this extensively enough on this website.  However, it is quite sad to see so many “traditionalists” now flinging this thesis around in their every day speech.  Believe it or not there are actually those who label themselves “traditionalists” who believe Jesus is coming soon to take them.  I kid you not.  As if the “traditionalist” movement, in general, wasn’t bad enough we now have to deal with this. 

False Narrative coming from heretics.  It must tie into false narrative of these endtimes that Jesus comes to take away the elect and that is exactly what the enemy wants you to think.  In my research, it seems the New World Order will use the UFO deception in order to carry out this “rapture” hoax.  Poor protestants should have stuck with the Tradition of the true Catholic Church founded by Christ and they would not be following as many heresies as they do but such is pride.  "Catholics" these days spend too much time on mainstream tv channels so perhaps this is where they picked up this false thesis?

“Escapism”.  Protestants in general love to run from their Cross.  It plays perfectly into their false theology and disposition of the Gospel.  Jesus died for me I can do whatever I want so long as “I know Him”.  Seriously.  I hear this over and over from Protestant heretics.  Jesus loves me way too much for me to have go through the Tribulation they exclaim. FALSE!  Jesus loves you that much to put you through the trial to see if you are even worthy of salvation.  Every Protestant heretic, who obstinately reject’s the true Catholic Church and her infallible teachings, is going “to be one day raptured” away to hell one day.  The truth is you cant escape the Cross.  It will find you.  You will be looking and looking to run and avoid suffering and all you will find is the devil grinning.

What to do if you miss the rapture.  It would be a good thing.  Who knows where those “UFO’s” will take you?  It wont be to heaven that is for sure.  No need to sell off your home and give away all your possessions.  Your Rapture contingency plan wont help you because it is not going to happen at all.  You have been duped by sophists of the hour who have their own agendas and have not the Holy Ghost behind them.  This was only guaranteed to the One true Catholic Church of Christ.  Although we are closing in on the end of the world we still have the Triumph of the Immaculate Heart/Universal Reign of Christ to pass through.  You will see the Antichrist just like everyone else.  It is going to be a completing deflating time for these heretics who simply cant comprehend why God would allow them to suffer.  Yet such it is with those who are not in the true Body of Christ for the Body suffers.  He is the head we are the members.  So put down your year round “Easter” thesis.  You will be happy when you learn to suffer well and quit trying to run from your tribulations let alone the Great Tribulation. 

I cant precisely put my finger on it but perhaps there are some false visionaries speaking about it which is why some people are suggesting this false narrative.  I do not know exactly but Im sure this is the case.  It seems to float around charismatics but as I have mentioned even supposed traditionalists are being duped.  What do you think?

Alien Deception and the Rapture

Listen to the paganistic connection in this short video...
Look and see how these heretics are now saying the rapture will happen and it will be blamed on the aliens!!  Please dont fall for such foolish heretical fundamentalism