As you know, I often refer my readers to Terry’s articles, because his teaching is contrary to my own. In order to know truth, you must understand the other side. Terry James is connected closely with Jan Markel’s Olive Tree Ministries. I love Jan,and Terry, but I wholeheartedly disagree with their use of the scriptures concerning the Raptures timing. This article of Terry’s is certainly a different take than his normal messaging, on what is happening now. Because it is recognizing the truth as to what is happening. But it leads to my question to him, if I were allowed to post one on his site. It would be:
In light of what you most often teach concerning the Rapture in the days of Noah, and the normalcy you teach for that time for earths conditions, which you say must exit when Jesus Raptures the Bride; then does this now existing condition on earth mean that you are at this time no longer expecting the return of the Lord? And must we now await normalcy before His coming?
His article begins: “President Trump and others have said something to the effect that damage done by the coronavirus to society, culture, and the economy might be more …
To Continue Reading click on the link below:The Pandemic and the Protests
As late as Mar 13 terry stated:
Terry on the subject of Noah has stated on Mar. 13 of this year:
“I’m asked if my thoughts have changed about the “Days of Noah, days of Lot” prophecy by Jesus found in Matthew 24 and Luke 17 and 21.
The answer is no… My thoughts haven’t changed because Jesus’ Words in His prophecy have not changed. Like Christ, Himself, His words are the same yesterday, today, and forever.”
So you see the reason for my question attached to this article. What Terry teaches concerning this prophecy is that everything will be normal upon Jesus coming.
P.S. you will notice after reading this article at the bottom where comments are listed that there is no mention of myRe-blog of this article. Terry seems to lack a desire to engage me over the scriptures that I point out which refute his teaching.