There is no limit to ‘How Much Love’ GOD has for us, especially those who love Him, “for God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son that all who believe in Him shall not perish but have everlasting life,” John tells us. And that of all the commandments Christ gave us, and all wrapped up in God’s love, certainly none is greater than the First and Greatest Commandment spoken By Jesus:
“You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul. and with all your mind.”
And the second one is like it: “You shall love your neighbor as yourself.” “On these two commandments hang all the Law and the Prophets.”
As a Christian, a true believer in Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior, I try to show God ‘s love by my actions and words and help and concern for others. Is there any limit as to how much love I can show? Is there any limit to showing this love by teaching them about Christ, about the Bible, about what it means to try…strive to be a follower of Christ…to try to be or be a disciple of Christ? Over and over and over again and again we tell of God’s love and discipleship and the Christian life and there seems to be no limit! And rightfully so. But what about certain doctrines of Bible prophecy that have not yet been fulfilled, things that affect our destiny, life after death, eternity? Should there be a limit of telling Christians about the “things to come” that God has prepared for His Church? Something so profound that speaks of the great love God has for us. He’s not going to ever leave us or forsake us because He has a plan in His Son Jesus Christ who will one day gather us and take us home before the horrible events of God’s Wrath is to be poured out on the earth as The Book of Revelation clearly tells us in chapters 6-19.
What I’m talking about is the next great event that’s going to happen when Christ comes out of Heaven to ‘gather His believing Church’ to instantly meet Him “in the air above the clouds,” and follow Him to Heaven to the Father. This doctrine isn’t taught much in most churches today, and if it is, it is mostly not believed!
Therefore, I for one will talk about this soon and coming great act of God’s love to all who will hear or even who don’t want to hear, but still talk about it a lot and again and again, so much so that one might say, “that’s all you talk about!”
Yep, that’s right, I talk about God’s love for us in the Rapture, and always will! But there is also so, so much more of me and what I talk about in God’s great love that you don’t know and only make assumptions about what you think you know.
Why wouldn’t one want to tell people to seek the things of Heaven? To look up? To be joyful that Christ is coming for us any day now, because it is “imminent?” Why not teach believers to realize death one day overtakes each and every one of us, and then what? What about the dead who ‘sleep in Christ,’ awaiting the Resurrection? And what about the living believers, who at the time of the resurrection, what will happen to them? Well, if one taught the Rapture, they would be Translated up to God, just like Enoch and Elijah were. They never died. And just like Jesus ascended in His immortal, glorified body, so too we one day will follow His pattern. Why wouldn’t you want to talk about this a lot so people can let it sink in a lot?
How much love can I show? By telling you about the Rapture……a lot.
In the name of the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit.