Amillennialism — Tragically, almost all major denominations embrace this today. The Millennium is not literal, in spite of the fact that Revelation 20 says it is a thousand years multiple times. It’s not that they deny a Millennium; rather, they don’t believe it is literal. They believe that Jesus is sitting on the Throne of David in heaven, and that this present Church Age is the kingdom referred to, over which Christ reigns.
Even the secular, unbelieving world is stunned at all that is happening in our collapsing world. Most have no explanation for it. Some offer weak explanations that, to the tuned-in and spiritually astute, are laughable. Even once-sound pulpits remain silent and perplexed. Political commentators suggest that if we just elect their candidate, all will be rosy again someday soon.
You have heard of the word “remnant.” Some people are called “remnant believers.” There are “remnant churches.” Perhaps you know of some or attend one. I often say that I do “radio for the remnant.”
The most frequent e-mail I get is from people who make up the “remnant”. But what is that? I write about this often and even do radio about it as I’m trying to understand the phenomenon. Here are a couple of e-mails.
It just doesn’t stop. Today, up is down, black is white and evil is good. Thus, I can’t keep up with the astounding stories I read daily and my conclusion is always—I never thought I would see the day! So, I’ll keep writing just to keep my sanity. I hope I can help you keep yours as well!
I never thought I would see the day when:
I recently did a prophecy Round Table with my prophecy partners Amir Tsarfati and Pastor Barry Stagner. It reminded me why we don’t want anyone to be left behind! The topic was life after the Rapture when true believers won’t be here. For those left behind, here’s what they face, in part.