In an exclusive story, Fox News reported the cadets at the United States Air Force Academy are being forced to sit through a “Diversity and Inclusion” class in which they are advised to use “person-centered” and “gender-neutral” language. So words such as “parent” or “caregiver” should replace “mom” and “dad” . . . .
No, this is something different. It’s one thing to rage against the machine; it’s another to commit violence against citizens, particularly when they are unsuspecting innocents or compliant victims. This is today’s issue, which we see taking place across the county, from urban jungles like New York City to Midwestern communities like Salt Lake City.
Since this prophetic period begins with the blowing of the shofar, some Christians believe the rapture will take place on or around Rosh Hashanah, though most don’t claim to know which year it will happen.
As for the “fullness,” all the signs given to us by Jesus, Paul, Peter, John, and others are here at the same time. They have all taken place to a degree in the past but not to the level and extent of today. What will be the actual event that the Father has preordained to be the “switch” to activate the Rapture has not been shared with us. It could be a certain number of souls calling on Jesus to be saved, a special event that will take place in the world, or even a specific individual becoming saved. We just don’t know.
The question has been asked so many times that has morphed from a question into a challenge; “How can a merciful and loving God condemn people to eternal torments in hell?” The question is not just posed by atheists and skeptics but also by some sincere but woefully uneducated Christians. The argument has some merit on the surface. God is love. All men are created with a sin nature.