Two in the Field Essay

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Introduction
Matthew 24:40
Then shall two be in the field; the one shall be taken, and the other left.

Much controversy revolves around the words spoken by Jesus in Matthew 24:40. Those who believe the verse points to the pre-tribulation rapture say that this is the precise moment when the church is removed from the earth, and the final tribulation begins, leaving those who were left behind one more chance to accept Jesus as their Lord and savior.

Others believe this passage describes an event that happens after the tribulation at the second coming of Christ, and is showing that the one who accepted Jesus will be taken to heaven, and the one who rejected Him will be left behind to be destroyed. And, of course, there are similar
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Remember this: They did not kill John the Baptist or Jesus for the things they did. They were killed for what they said.

Nevertheless read it. Those who do get it will realize the same profound thought that I had when it was revealed to me. That, kings and prophets longed to see and hear the things we now understand. - Luke 10:24. Once it sinks in and you fully understand what is revealed in the pages of this book, you will know how rich we really are. How very rich indeed.

Once I realized how monumentally huge what the Lord showed me really was, I asked myself this natural question: “Why me? Why did you show this to me Lord?” The only logical conclusion I could come up with was that it certainly had nothing to do with me being a “good guy” or an “upstanding Christian.” The only possible answer was simple - [I asked]. I sought out to find the truth behind these dark sayings, and God delivered as He had previously promised.

“Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you:” - Matthew 7:7

You very well could be reading this book right now because you asked for those same things to be revealed to you.

James 1:5

“If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God, that giveth to all men liberally, and upbraideth not; and it shall be given him.”

I'm not special. I simply asked and then began to dig it out. As it unfolded over time I could see that it was God guiding my steps through new scriptures and old

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