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Þ Testing a “two-fold” return of Jesus against all the Scriptural declarations of “That Day” [Singular]

Þ Testing the two main verses, separated from each other, the meaning, and sequence of the passage, which they use to support the “two-fold” return of Jesus

Þ The Rapture Timeline: Before, During, or After “the Great Tribulation?” 



As seen on the previous page, the word ‘rapture’ and it’s content, (which are nowhere to be found in the Bible in the context of Jesus’ return,) was unknown to believers before the Jesuit Manuel Lacunza, Apostolic church father Edward Irving, “prophetess” Margaret MacDonald, and the Plymouth Brethren openly conspired to disseminate the doctrines of the “Israeli Timeline” worldwide. 

In fact, the truth of the entire Bible was and always will be all about “the gathering of the saints” at “the return of Jesus on That Day:” singular. (Mt. 24:27-31; Mark 13:26-27; Luke 21:25-28; 1 Ths. 4:13-18; 5:1-6.)  Hence, throughout  Bible Scripture, Jesus and His Bible writers always spoke of “That Day,” “This Day,” “The Day,” “His Day,” (Luke 17:24,) “The Great Day,” “The Last Day,” “His Appearing,” “His Coming,” “His return;” all singular

Even in the Old Testament, which is an “example” to New Covenant believers, (1 Corinthians 10:11,) That Day of Jesus’ return was never a two-fold return.  It was always “The Day” of His single, visible return on the clouds “just as He went into heaven,” [singular; Acts 1:9-11.]  Hence, at His Midnight Cry, [singular; 1 Ths. 4:16-20; 5:1-11; 1 Cor. 15:51-55,] and at the “gathering together” [singular; Mt. 24:30-31,] of His bride, [singular; Mt. 25:1-13,] who, at Jesus’ almighty call when the seventh and last trumpet sounds, [Rev. 11:15; singular,] will attend the Marriage Feast with her Bridegroom in heaven, [singular; Rev. 19:6-9; Ps. 50:5.]

¨ Even Old Daniel prophesied “That Day” in Daniel 7:13.  He said, “I was watching… and behold, One like the Son of Man, coming with the clouds of heaven!”  No mention of a two-fold return of Jesus here either — or anywhere in Scripture, except in the deliberate butchering of sequential Bible verses and the malicious confusing of the  two very different Bible Testaments or Covenants, (1 Cor. 10:11.)  This Illuminati tampering with God’s Word and His clear prophesies, which relate to the last of the end-time, forms the cluster of false doctrines that form the Israeli Timeline

¨ Luke 17:28-30, “...But on The Day that Lot went out of Sodom, [an allegory of Jesus’ return for His bride or wife,] it rained fire and brimstone from heaven and destroyed [all those who were left behind.]  Even so it will be in The Day when the Son of Man is revealed.” 



The context of Scriptural truth will prove that masonic agents alienated the two connected verses in Matthew 24:27 and Matthew 24:30 from each other to invent the rapture dogma.  They used this masterpiece of deception as another lever to turn Jesus’ believers into the “bewitched” followers of their ungodly “two-fold” rapture-return lie, (Gal. 1:6-10; 3:1-3.) 

¨ The first verse, (Matthew 24:27,) is about Jesus’ return “AS” a lightning strike, [which is an adverb or comparison to] what Jesus clearly described in it’s connected verse, (Matthew 24:30.)  Jesus metaphorically used the impression of “a lightning strike” to explain the sequence of events which follow His once-off “appearance” on the clouds, (Mt. 24:27-31.)  Note that, apart from the rumbling in the clouds that signifies a thunder storm, lightning always flashes unexpectedly and brightly. 

¨ However, Illuminati agents separated these two connected verses into two completely different ‘returns:’ one a so-called ‘secret’ return and the other a ‘visible’ return.  They did that to destroy the similar meaning of these two verses, which explains the sequence of Jesus’ return.  They treated the two connected verses in Luke 17:24 and Luke 21:27, (identical to those in Matthew 24:27-30,) in the same way.  However, once linked to the context of this passage again, these verses in Matthew and Luke say exactly the same thing! 


The context of Jesus’ illustration of His return begins in Luke 17:23 and in Matthew 24:26, (the two verses that precede the allegory of the “lighting strike,”) which are also similar in both the Gospels.  He commanded, “[Many will come in My Name and claim to be ‘the christ.’  So,] if they say to you, ‘Look here!’ Or ‘Look there!’ do not go after them or follow them.” [The reason is that this ‘running to and fro’ after global deception and the false ‘miracles, which we witness in our day, distract believers from getting ready for Jesus’ return, which is at hand: Daniel 12:4.]

Then Jesus continued in the next, similar verses in Luke 17:24 and in Matthew 24:27, “For AS the lightning that flashes, [quickly and visibly like natural lightning does,] out of one part under heaven SHINES, [clearly for all tot see,] to the other part under heaven, [globally all at once,] SO ALSO the Son of Man will be in His Day,” [singular.] 

¨ Except for the fact that “dark lighting,” which consists of powerful radiation pulses that only occur in the clouds and do not reach the earth, lightning flashes like the global lightning strike Jesus described here, cannot be “invisible.” Thus, according to what Jesus Himself said, His return cannot occur “in secret.”  Additionally, the comparison and sentence structure in these two verses in Luke and Matthew, (“as lightning” “so also” will be His return,) make it clear that the “lightning strike” is an analogy of Jesus’ actual return on the clouds, as portrayed in the sequence of the successive, similar verses, (Lu. 21:27; Mt. 24:29-30.)  Therefore, it is most important to note that in both these identical verses in the two Gospels, (Luke and Matthew,) this lightning bolt “flashesvisibly and “SHINESglobally

Yet, illuminati agents who posed as Biblical teachers changed the meaning and the context of these two parallel verses of the matching passages in Luke and Matthew, to sound like Jesus’ “secret, unseen, first return:” the so-called ‘rapture.’  However, even the footnote in the Pentecostal Spirit Filled Bible 1991 version stated, “The Lord’s coming [singular] will be AS sudden and AS visible as lightning.”  Jesus actually said His return will be a once-off, worldwide event for everyone on earth to witness all at once.  It will be as UNEXPECTED, not secret, as a “thief in the night” and as VISIBLE as a lightning strike that flashes from the one end of the earth to the other end of the earth. 




Revelation 19:1-9 rejoices, “AFTER these things…  [the seven scales, seven bowls, and six trumpet judgments, when the seventh [and last] trumpet sounds, Rev. 11:15; 19:6-9,] I heard the voice of a great multitude… saying, “Alleluia!... for the marriage of the Lamb has come, and His wife has made herself ready… ” (1 Ths. 4:16-18.) 

¨ The sequence of Luke 17:20-37 and 21:7-28 concur, “[AFTER all these things which are like the days of Noah and Lot… and make men’s hearts fail with fear…] That [One] Day comes on you UNEXPECTEDLY [like a thief or like in the allegory of the global lightning strike...]”  (Luke 21:34; 17:24; Mt. 24:27-31; 25:1-13.) 

  Jesus Himself prophesied in Matthew 24:29-31 KJV, “Immediately AFTER THE GREAT TRIBULATION… Then the SIGN of the Son of Man [singular] will appear in heaven, [as suddenly and unexpectedly as a visible, global lighting strike, verse 27,] and ALL the tribes of the earth will mourn, as they will see Him coming [singular] on the clouds of heaven with power and great glory.  And He will send His angels with the great sound of a trumpet, [the seventh or last trumpet call,] and they will gather together His [inseparable, holy, one and only body, bride or wife,] from the four winds; [the whole earth;] from one end under heaven to the other,” (Mt. 25:1-13; 1 Ths. 4:16-18; 5:1-6; Rev. 11:15; 19:6-9!) 


¨ So, Luke 21:27 and Matthew 24:29-31 fully agree that the “left behind rescue” is another deception, while Mark 13:24-27 echoes, “[Global, spiritual darkness through deception will descend upon the whole earth like never before, which will manifest on the physical plane in great cosmic disturbances. However,] IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE GREAT TRIBULATION… the sign of the Son of Man will appear [only once] in heaven, [as described under the previous heading in the analogy of the lightning strike in Matthew 24:27.]  And all the tribes of the earth will mourn when they see Him coming on the clouds of heaven with power and great glory.”  Just like in Matthew 24:27-32, this will be the fulfillment of the angels’ prophecy at His ascension.  The angels stated that Jesus will VISIBLY return on the physical clouds in the same way the disciples saw Him ascend into heaven, (Acts 1:9-11.) 

Jesus laid the foundation of His return after the great tribulation in Matthew 24:21-22.  It reads, “[Shortly before My return] there will be great tribulation, such as has not been since the beginning of the world until now, and never shall be.  And unless those days were shortened, no flesh would be saved.  But for the elect’s sake, [the true believers; His inseparable, believing body or bride,] those days will be shortened,” (Mt. 25:1-13.) 

Only after this revelation that His bride will be on earth during this time, Jesus described His return on the clouds in the allegory of the lightning strike and according to the sequence of what will happen at His actual “appearing” on the clouds “AFTER THE GREAT TRIBULATION,”  (Mt. 24:27-31; 25:1-13!

Again, this is not the so-called “third coming of Jesus after the so-called ‘rapture.’”  This is That One Day when He will return on the clouds exactly as His angels prophesied He would in Acts 1:9-11.  There is absolutely no “rapture before, during, or after the Great Tribulation,” because “the rapture” does not exist. 

¨ To assure everyone that His Word is forever unchangeable and true, Jesus added in Matthew 24:25, “Heaven and earth will pass away, (2 Pt. 3:10-14,) but My words will by no means pass away.” 

But notwithstanding all the immovable Scriptural evidence that JESUS WILL RETURN AFTER THE GREAT TRIBULATION, (only once, visibly on the clouds, and globally,) to take His wife to the marriage feast in heaven, masonic agents also changed Jesus’ description of the way in which He will return to fit into their alleged “second part” of the rapture dogma.  They call this “Jesus’ third, visible return,” when He will supposedly come to “collect those who were ‘left behind’ at the  secret rapture.”   So, they blasphemously allege that Jesus will come twice to fetch two different wives!