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An Answer to the Pre-wrath Rapture of the Church

If Peter's day of the Lord were the Day of the Lord that the pre-wrath book suggests it is, which it is not, then one ought to be able to see in II Peter 3: 10 and 12 the descriptions of those 7 trumpet judgments. Instead Peter describes the end of the world, which actually happens in Revelation 20: 11, and the day of judgment and perdition (destruction) of ungodly men (II Peter 3: 7) (Read also Rev. 20: 12 - 15.).

The day of judgment and perdition (destruction) of ungodly men in II Peter 3: 7 is the same as the judgment of the lost (unsaved) of all Ages (Rev. 20: 11 - 15). These are those who will one day stand before God, Jesus, at "the Great White Throne Judgment" when the heaven(s) and the earth are being destroyed by fire (Rev. 20: 11, 12 - 15). That is what, I believe, Peter was describing in his epistle (book).

Part of II Peter 3 is referring to what is happening before the Millennium (II Pet. 3: 1 - 6, 8 - 9, 11, and also 14 - 18), and the rest of it is describing what will take place after the Millennium, the 1000 year reign of Christ (II Pet. 3: 7, 10, 12 - 13), and after Satan's and man's final rebellion (Rev. 20: 7 - 10).


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