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I had to be sure. Not that I don't believe God (at this point, He is surely making it very hard for me to live in unbelief) but I am serious about being right, not being first. I have this weird sense of unshakable responsibility to people who God loves (every person). God has shaken my character to where as excited as I am to share what He has shared with me with you all in order to warn or bring hope or both, I am more concerned about how these truths will rest on each of your hearts. Through on the job/real world training with the Lord, I now understand how important it is to not share before it is time as this can be dangerous. When God has prepared hearts to receive, then it is time. I am not sure how I know when THE time is. I pray and I pay attention for confirmations all over. This is God's process for me. It's important that I say, more than anything, God's heart is for His people and it is not His wish to harm us. I am grateful to know this about His heart. It is also never my intention to harm anyone which is why I exhaust the time to be sure unless God leads me elsewhere.
With that being said, I was inspired to write this word on October 20, 2020 but have not shared it publicly until now. With the confirmations I have received to date, the last of which was yesterday, January 30, 2021, I have faith that this is where God's heart is on this matter.
What IF some of us are left behind: not because we aren't worthy of heaven but because as servants of the Lord God, He sees it fit for some believers to remain on earth, possibly for the benefit of those who still need hope of salvation during dark times—the lost?
I say this with a heavy heart: some of us Christians have idolized “The Rapture.” Sure, no one wants to suffer persecution unto beheading, but when we say “yes” to Jesus, there is an understanding that we do not love our lives so much that we would fear death (Revelation 12:11). Anything or anyone that we place before God will without a doubt be our god. In this, we are already breaking the first commandment (Exodus 20:1-3). This is also dangerous because when we place our faith in an event rather than in THE Holy God, we rob ourselves of the preparation for: “what IF God chooses me to stay?” “What IF The Rapture doesn’t happen as I expect?” Can you imagine how many would lose their faith and deny Jesus just to live a little longer on earth under anti-christ rule, ONLY to be denied by Jesus with this confession (Matthew 10:33)?
There is so much work left to be done through the lives of believers (those who have said "Yes" to God). Why sit and wait to get flown out of here when you can be a worker for the plentiful harvest? The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few (Matthew 9:37). Is it possible that these words are a foreshadow our present time? I don’t know about anyone but two verses that have been heavy in my spirit for the past two years and apply to this topic are: 2 Timothy 3:5-7 and John 14:12 NLT. We are seeing much of the first at this time. The second, I am overjoyed to be a part of. You mean to tell me that I can walk in POWER and POWER like Jesus at that—I can do greater works than Jesus did? If Jesus said it, it’s true. He is “the Truth (John 14:6)”.
2.) Ask Holy Spirit daily to search your heart, help you to be aware of any trait that is unlike God, and help you to repent and remove it.
3.) Only with God can we be prepared for anything. So, whether it has been predestined for you to remain on earth post-rapture or not, allow God to prepare you by removing yourself as the god of your own life. What does this mean? Read Proverbs 3:5-6. Believe it.
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