Bruce Warner (20
""BUT DELIVER US FROM THE EVIL ONE""
"And do not lead us into temptation, But deliver us from the evil one."
is the 'Lord's Prayer' that He taught us to pray. When we pray "deliver
us" this means 'rapture us'. The phrase "the evil one" refers to the
anti-Christ. So, we Christians are delivered (raptured) "from the evil
one" (anti-Christ) who is released "in the middle of the seven" to
pursue his wicked agenda at the 'moment of rapture' of the Church who
is the (restrainer).
The phrase "do not lead us into
temptation" is in reference to our asking to NOT be allowed to enter
'the time of' the anti-Christ's power on earth, after he is no longer
restrained, called "great tribulation" in Matthew 24.
Come Lord Jesus!