The End Times

Jesus Christ spoke of signs that will announce the most catastrophic period in our planet's history: the seven years called the Tribulation!
Discovery Media Productions
Tim LaHayeEdward Hindson
Faith and SpiritualityDocumentarySpecial Interest
English [CC]
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PeriwinkleReviewed in the United States on December 5, 2018
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Always read your Bible
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Don't trust what these people try to teach in this video. Some follows along with the Scripture but much of it may or may not be true. From what I've always been able to see in Revelation many things there are open to interpretation. As for the "Rapture"? Well, it's not a philosophy I feel comfortable with since when Jesus returns at the end it's referred to as the "second coming of Christ", and not the third, which it would be if there was a Rapture. The Scripture used in this to describe the Rapture, I believe, is when Christ returns at the end, to Armageddon.
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Anne McCartyReviewed in the United States on June 27, 2020
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What Would Jesus Say?
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Why present a video on the end times and make Jesus' second coming about promising the whole world to the chosen people? What about the Palestinians who occupied that region for thousands of years? I am a Christian with 24% Jewish ancestry and I am interested in my roots. But I have been to Israel and Palestine and what I saw there was shameful. Jesus wanted us to treat each other with kindness (and not just the Jews). So many people are starving in the world yet there is such an abundance of food in the land of plenty that obesity is rampant, why don't we work together to end hunger? Why don't we invest in medicine? Why are we greedy? Why is money and land grabbing and military might, and self-righteousness at the core of all we do? Why don't we invest in education, sustainability, protecting the environment, have religious institutions band together to promote peace? I think that's what Jesus would like to see during his next visit. My opinion.
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ktervanReviewed in the United States on February 11, 2019
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Rapture is real a separate from the second coming
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This film is based on scripture and well presented. The rapture is in the Bible, but not in those words. It is the "Harpaso" and is in Corinthians and Thessalonians. It is separate from the second coming and I believe, as in the film, that it is one of the reasons that the tribulation is begun... Praise God...
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rschoelingReviewed in the United States on May 2, 2020
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Honor his Commandments
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After reviewing this video many things come up that are not biblical. There is only one second coming of our Jesus Christ. When he returns he mentions that the world would if not for him coming back. He came back to save even the Elect. There is no scripture that discusses the Rapture. Most all of the world would be deceived even the Elect. This beast power is the Established religious entity that is deceived by Satan. That is why the road is narrow to everlasting life. Many will be deceived and go in by the side path. Matthew 19 16-17. What should I do to have eternal life. Jesus said: no one is good but one that is God. But if you want to enter into life, keep the commandments. All of the Apostles said this and so did John multiple times in Revelation. Most religions have removed some of the 10 commandments. We show that we love God by keeping the commandments
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Rom3Reviewed in the United States on February 21, 2020
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The End Times
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End times is Now 2020, anyone noticed how the Days are shortened? months go as fast as a week. and the CVD-19 killer. And people still want to see More, LoL what more do you want its in Ur Face, End Times Now. But this was an OK Flick
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jbolesReviewed in the United States on February 21, 2020
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Great documentary.
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Very good. However, I think it is worth mentioning that this is one interpretation. There is another interpretation that does not necessarily believe the Bible is clear on whether or not there will be a "rapture" before the tribulation or not. Worth considering and individually researching.
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0 0Reviewed in the United States on February 16, 2021
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We just don't know...
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I see that we have specialists on the matter here :) First of all Tim meant well. His effort in making this must have been to explain to the world that Jesus is real and to look to the times and events to see that truth. If you read the words of Christ and then look around us in the world, especially in the beginning of 2021, I watch news and the world is engulfed in protests and chaos. Does this mean we have arrived? Everything is possible. After all many near death experiencers say that Jesus wants them to put emphasis on the understanding that He is returning soon. The human nature is such that until it is absolutely sure that it does not want to continue to sin is either by getting to know God or by feeling the fall after getting to know God and realizing how weak we can be and how much we need God, His forgiveness and guidance and His Holy Spirit. This is what Jesus wanted us to understand. That we need to embrace good and love one another and do good things to each other. The world is on fire friends. And whether this is the time, or the time is not yet, we are certainly living on a planet which is consumed with deceit and evil, which are spreading fast, and our thousands of years of civilization still do not put peace into people's hearts. No, nothing changes under the sun. Technology changes, but men do not. We have to be careful about what kind of example we show to others around us, as it may determine the direction of their life. So it better be good. May God bless you and keep you all.
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S. F. WhiteReviewed in the United States on February 2, 2021
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A good presentation of hard to decrypt prophecy
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It seems the most contested section of the video is the Rapture. For many years I thought it was unbiblical, but deeper study from scriptures besides the famous, most-cited Thessalonians has led me to rethink my stance. Paul states in Thessalonians that Jesus calls all who are His up to him at the sound of the 1st Trump, that occurs midway through the Tribulations, at the beginning of the Great Tribulations before the AntiChrist appears.
The strongest fact in favor of a Mid-Trib Rapture is enhanced by Christ's promise to the Church in Philadelphia in Revelation 3:10 "Because thou hast kept the word of My patience, I will also keep thee from the hour of temptation, which shall come upon all the world to try them that dwell upon the earth."
However, that's all speculation. The primary fact is Jesus never promised following Him would be easy, He promised it would be worth it. The recent great suffering of the faithful Christians in the Middle East, even the children, who have almost been erased from their countries because they refused to renounce Jesus, proves those who are His go through horrible persecution today, just as Christians have throughout history. Christians are the most persecuted of all faiths.
We shouldn't pray God will deliver us, we should pray He gives us the strength we need to face whatever comes. During the times of Tribulations we might very well be the instrument through which others are brought to Jesus. Isn't that a wonderful thought? Whatever comes, God's will be done. Jesus is Lord, His ways are perfect.
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