In the book of Acts, we find the Apostles and their disciples in agreement. And then man intervened with his "interpretation" of words. Now, we have a myriad of different beliefs concerning the end times, and many fools, (I being one of them), who argues viciously at times saying that they are "the most correct".
I believe that it is time to face some facts. We, do, not, know, anything. When it comes to the end times, we are seriously clueless. We have clues from the entire Bible, and when some, like myself, attempt to line up prophecy with actual events, our predictions turn on their heads. So, I want to be the first to say, with all of the research and prayer put into what I believe is going to happen in the near future, I do not know if Lord Yeshua is going to return in my lifetime. In fact, anyone here who says otherwise, even if they claim that they heard the information for El Shaddai Himself, are liars. Are the Pre-tribs correct? Are the Amils crazy? Are the Post-trib premils, like myself, pompous fools? The answer, in my opinion, will be shown by the way each of these groups answer. I admit, I was a fool. Who else would like to join me in a good old fashioned humbling party here at the End Times forum? One thing that the Apostles had that I believe that all of us need a healthy dose of is humility. Without that, we will only continue to spread the cloud of uncertainty that is certainly plaguing the churches right now. (Understand I mean that the churches are received poorly in the outside world because of all of the bickering done on the inside). We all have one book. Why so many differing views on the end times? (Rhetorical question). Let's enjoy some "I don't know when Lord Yeshua's making His return" humble pie party and represent. I started with the post-trib premils. Anyone else would like to chime in?