CONTACT US Message Sent Thank you for your message, we will be in touch very shortly. Sorry, there has been a problem and your message was not sent. Please enter your contact details and a short message below and I will try to answer your question as soon as possible. Name: Email Address: Confirm Email Address: Message: 9 Comments Tammy Levesque October 16, 2015 at 11:50 pm Just read your open letter to pre tribbers, excellent stuff there!! The lord pulled me out of pre trib belief in a very strong way, and it was so good. The thing was i was taught all my life in the baptist church pre trib and osas, both lies huge lies leading millions astray, but all the while that i had been taught all that the Lord Himself showed me in all my dreams and some visions that we would be here throughout the tribulation well those who will be alive at that time. I loved every thing about your article, if only we could somehow get people to see the truth. My husband like you, never had anyone teach him anything about the rapture or anything from the word, and repented was baptized, and the Holy Spirit rested upon Him to anoint him to read the word, and he saw there was no place for the pre tribulation rapture Praise God!! Thank you for sharing your understanding of the word it is so wonderfully refreshing to find out there are more and more truth seeking truth believing people out there. Many Blessings to you and yours in Christ, Tammy Mrs. Brown January 22, 2017 at 1:52 am I agree Tammy, there is no pre-trib rapture, but try telling that to any Baptist church member. Try telling them about the lie of OSAS, too, and you might get run out of the church! Think about this: the Baptist religion is one of the BIGGEST, most popular southern churches in the USA. Why? Because it teaches easy believism, and that there are basically no consequences for your sins after being born again, and, that you won’t be experiencing any of the Tribulation, which are lies. The bible shows us clearly that there won’t be any “rapture” before the tribulation. Wendy January 3, 2016 at 9:41 pm How do I get these sent to me on a regular basis? I don’t have anything to do with WordPress and tried to send it to your contact info, but it wouldn’t let me. Wendy C.H. Fisher (Post author) January 7, 2016 at 1:01 am Hi Wendy, You should get an email notification when a new post is made. I believe the contact form is working now. Mrs. Brown January 22, 2017 at 1:53 am Will I be getting regular notifications now, too? This is the first time I’ve been on your website. C.H. Fisher (Post author) January 22, 2017 at 2:13 pm We were recently hacked and our site completely destroyed. We are in the process of rebuilding it and have that project almost completed. When we add the Feedly plugin, you can connect and receive feeds when new articles are posted. C.H. Fisher (Post author) January 24, 2017 at 2:02 am You can click on the Feedly link and follow the directions. Feedly will inform you when new articles arrive. Peggy Bisop April 4, 2016 at 2:08 pm I am so thankful to have found this web site and would like to receive emails. A friend in my church recommended reading Ruth Hayle Barton, and found her book Invitiation to Soltitude and Silence, which I received yesterday..this morning I did some research into who she is and stumble upon your website, the book is going into the trash this day! Also reading the email regarding the pre trib Iwould like to see in it’s fullness. I understand the importance of fellowship, and where are the ture believers? Daniel LeBlanc May 7, 2016 at 3:28 am Regarding the Rapture: Something from by website: Now, regarding the teaching of the “rapture”. This belief teaches True Christians will be taken from the earth before the great tribulation of the wrath of God prior to or at Christ return. Some teach it could happen now and others teach it could happen later. It is astonishing to read page after page of opinions, scripture references, different points developed, all of which are then restructured followed by more opinions along with additional scriptures, endless articles, discussions, books, conferences, study courses, and audio/visual recordings. It is not a salvation issue. Enough is enough! Let us focus on the Great Commission which is sharing the Good News through repentance and faith in Jesus Christ until the day of His return. If the diversion of all the time, money, energy and resource used in rapture teachings and promoting prevent the Gospel from reaching just one individual, the cost will have been to great. We also would do well to consider the negative effect on the faith of countless souls who will conclude it’s just “one of those false Christian teachings” if what they expect does not happen exactly as the pre-tribulation, mid-tribulation, or post-tribulation promoters have so feverishly declared.