I know many of you have written Rapture letters with the hope that they will lead many
to a saving belief now, or certainly after the Rapture occurs. Before I left the office last week
I placed my Rapture letter square on my desk. Like many of us, I felt that Rosh Hassana 2010
might very well be the Rapture. Well as Monday morning came, I thought about that letter
and what my assistant would think when she saw the envelope. The outside of the enveloped said,
" In case I'm gone (vanished) please open." When she saw the envelope she freaked because
she feared I may have committed suicide. She decided to open the letter and read the contents.
My Rapture letter explains in detail what will happen at the Rapture. I also gives instructions about turning one's
life over to Jesus and to NOT take the mark of the beast (what I believe will be a RFID chip). Well, when she read
the letter she freaked even more thinking I may have blown a gasket. When I came into the office Monday
morning she asked me what this letter was all about. I had the chance to explain in detail the Rapture and why I
believe it is immanent. Though my assistant knows I'm "very religious", she had never heard someone explain
the Rapture. I could tell she thought it was pretty weird, and clearly the letter disturbed her.
Like many of us Doves, I fully expect ( not predict) the Rapture to occur sometime this fall. I began to think that
when the Rapture does occur how can anyone who has received or read a Rapture letter not put two and two together
and come to a faith in Jesus. As Ron Reese and many others have stated, it's the least we can do to warn those in
our circle of influence about the dark days ahead and what they need to do. If you haven't yet, take a few minutes to compose
a letter. Those who are near and dear to us, but are not yet saved will be eternally grateful.
Another side about the Rapture I have thought and prayed about is my possessions and what will happen to
them when I'm gone. I have been praying specifically that my home would be a dwelling place for
tribulation saints. I know that may sound kind of silly, but it’s been on my heart for several months. I want my
home to be a sanctuary/hiding place for our future brethren. Also I'm praying for those I know that may not
be taken. Hopefully, many of our family,friends,and associates that don't know Christ will come to salvation
during the tribulation. When you think about it, many of these folks will be 100% sold out for Jesus. They will truly
receive a great reward when we welcome them home.
Blessings to All,