Natalie (20 Jan 2012)
"Said unto thee question"


 
Proverbs 25: 7; For better it is said unto thee, " Come up hither;"  than that thou shouldest be put lower in the presence of the prince whom thine eyes have seen. 
My question is could this also reference or mean it is better you hear the words, Come up hither, i.e. as in the rapture, than that thou - you should remain where you are, right now, still on earth and ( be put lower in the presence of the prince) of this world?  be put = forced to / lower = bend down and worship / in the presence of the / prince whom thine eyes have seen.
We love the Lord whom we have not seen.  The words, in the presence of the prince whom thine eyes have seen, do they refer to the
person of the prince of this world the Anti-Christ?

Is this saying, It is better for a person to hear the words, 'Come up hither,' than to not hear those words and be left to remain where they are, in the presence of the prince, whom their eyes can see?

I just want to rightly divide the word. I want to know the truth. If the Holy Spirit explains it this way to any of you doves as well or not I would appreciate to know the truth in love. Please do not think I am saying it does say this rather I am asking the question could it reference to this or not?  I read my bible but I do have any formal education or degrees, Masters, etc. 

P.S. thank you for your words of encouragement with regard to my unsaved family and friends. Your words moved me deeply.

Love, YSIC Natalie