The Days Of Noah

by Cekme

Raptured like in the days of Noah. Those folks got visitors and I was just thinking how the whole world today is looking for someone to come from heaven and save them. Ready to take a flight out of here!!!

Satan is no fool and when he strikes he will take all at one time. As it was in the days of Noah so shall it be right out yonder. In other words visitors are coming again and I wonder how many will hop on board with them? When those two witnesses are raised from the dead this world is going to know they have been had.

Reply from Watchman Bob: Good comment. Beware of aliens or false messiahs, even if they have supernatural powers. That's exactly how THE false messiah ("Antichrist") will come. There will be no mistaking who the true Messiah is, because He will return in the clouds in a bright light, like lightning flashing from horizon to horizon, with a loud trumpet blast, and the true believers will be instantly given new, glorified bodies and be caught up to meet Him in the sky. (cf. Matthew 24; 1 Corinthians 15; 1 Thessalonians 4)

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Common English translations of Hebrew and Messianic terms used in this commentary:

Yehovah - the LORD or GOD
Yah - I Am (the short form         of Yehovah)
Elohim - God
El - God (the short form of         Elohim)
Adonai - my Lord or Master
Yeshua - Jesus
Followers of Yeshua - 
Messiah - Christ
Assembly of Followers of
     Yeshua - the Church
Antimessiah - Antichrist
BBM - Before the Birth of
     the Messiah (rather than
     BC or BCE)
ABM - After the Birth of the      Messiah (rather than AD
    or CE)

For a complete explanation of Hebrew terms used, go to Important Terms and Concepts.