The Last Trump-Is There More Than One? 1 Cor. 15 & Rev. 11 Compared

By Paul Kane

7 thoughts on "The Last Trump-Is There More Than One? 1 Cor. 15 & Rev. 11 Compared"

  1. Debbie says:

    Thank you. Inspiring words

  2. Harry says:

    Jesus, Christ, the Messiah expressed many times to the Peoples and to his disciples: IF (a conjunction word of DOUBT) you only BELIEVED… and that is difficult for all who hear HIS WORD, however HE IS SAYING, BELIEVE and receive whatsoever you SEEK or DESIRE. Be watchful HE said, for you known NOT the hour of my RETURN. amen

  3. Tammy says:

    Powerful Truth. Amen

  4. R. Wilson says:

    I was disappointed to see this article, written by Paul Kane, with no information given about him or his credentials. What reason does anyone have to believe that he, out of every Bible scholar or reader, has got this right? My concern is not with the number of “last trumps”, but with the order in which they occur. I invite people to read Revelation 20:2-3, where we learn that Satan will be locked up for a thousand years so he cannot deceive the nations anymore. That would tell us that there are still people on earth at that time, who could be deceived if Satan were free to do so. Then in Revelation 20:5, it states that the dead are not raised until after the thousand year reign of Christ. That would put the “last trump” of 1 Cor.15, one thousand years after the seventh trump in Revelation.
    The rapture is for the wicked. They are the ones being snatched away, (happening now). The meek will inherit the earth, and reign here with Christ for a thousand years before Satan is locked away for good. It will be at that time that the dead will be raised and all the living, whose names are written in the Book of Life, will be given eternal bodies.
    Paul’s advice to come to faith now, rather than waiting is rock solid. There is nothing better than knowing that you are forgiven before God because of Jesus.

    1. george says:

      The Rapture or rather Harpazo, the snatching away, spoken of by the Apostle Paul in his letters to the Corinthians and Thessalonians…is for BELIEVERS, and he concludes his explanation with “Comfort one another with these words.

  5. Elina Hanhivaara says:

    Thank You very much! Yes, very inspiring.

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