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    Do people die during the Tribulation or 1,000 years?

    Listen my friend we've been here long enough together that I know what you believe. When i asked you if you leaned towards A-mil position I knew you didn't. I just wanted you to tell me again that you were ok with posttribulationism :). I know all the positions of the "other premillennials"and...
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    Do people die during the Tribulation or 1,000 years?

    So in other words, just to be sure, the rapture { I thess 4:16-17, I Cor 15: 52-53} can take place at the end of the trib. and the believers go up and will recieve their glorified bodies and then make a U-turn and come back down with Christ and his angels where then the angels will separate the...
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    Do people die during the Tribulation or 1,000 years?

    I take it then you lean to the A-Mil position?
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    Do people die during the Tribulation or 1,000 years?

    If that's where you lean go for it. I've read and studied all the positons and pre is the only one that makes sense to me. When I go to the doctor I "won't even" open my mouth and say AAAH.
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    Do people die during the Tribulation or 1,000 years?

    If you believe it then you believe in a rapture which you seemed to challenge. The issue would be whether this happens before the last week {the 7 yr tribulation} that is mentioned in Daniel or in the middle of that said week or at the end of it. The only one that makes sense is the first one...
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    Do people die during the Tribulation or 1,000 years?

    "For the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the trump of God: and the dead in Christ shall rise first: Then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we...
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    I miss the days of Braemer, Brennan & Beaumont....The Killer B's!

    One thing about them days.................. I got a degree from Pickle U ;)
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    It's getting a little rough...

    There was alot of "flake" thrown and alot taken back in the day. I guess skin was a little thicker back then. There were a few of us Bob's back in the day. I guess we were a mean bunch.
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    It's getting a little rough...

    Good to hear from you. Wednesday's our day to go to Duke and I think of my Tarheel friend when I get there. Hope things are well with you & yours.
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    It's getting a little rough...

    Thanx...............my buckeye friend. Every time I reach 35 in southern Ohio when going back up north I think of ya.
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    It's getting a little rough...

    Al, hope things are going well with you and yours. My wife is going thru chemo but she is doing fine. And Al.......................GO Blue!
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    It's getting a little rough...

    I wasn't blaming nobody and besides, there was no blame to throw. I/we enjoyed them days of times past.
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    It's getting a little rough...

    Not even close......even before TRB. This place ain't nuttin compared to the "old days". Katrina ruined the whole thing........ Maybe that's why the Lord sent it :) :)
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    Revival sermons.... repeat after repeat.

    Thanks.. I think? :confused: ...........On the example used in the OP was it the same preacher using his own sermon?
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    Revival sermons.... repeat after repeat.

    So it was the same guy who preached "his" sermon at two different churches?
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    A thread for the big baby UGC to discuss "Lordship salvation"

    It sorta brings back memories from the older FFF forum days. :)
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    A little help from my "friends"

    I forgot about the Nehemiah book. It's again a most excellent book. I recommend them all. I looked and couldn't find much about him. Some of the book sites consider them one and the same.
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    A little help from my "friends"

    Raymond Brown wrote three commentaries in the "Bible Speaks Today" series: The Message of Hebrews, The message of Numbers and Deuteronomy. BTW, they are most excellent. He was a former principal at Spurgeon's college and a baptist preacher. There is also a Raymond E. Brown who wrote many books...
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    The "Great Commission".

    Well, if I may digress, I found a hardback commentary on Revelation by Jimmy Swarggart for 2 bucks at the Goodwill store. I let it slide. But if someone wants to give a hundred for it I'll set ya up. Just sayin'
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