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Pre, Mid or Post Trib?
Matthew 13:41-42, 49-50
I have a question for those insist the Rapture takes place in the Middle or the at the end of the Great Tribulation:
If the resurrection and rapture really occurs at the end of the Great Tribulation (When Jesus physically returns at the battle of Armageddon to establish his earthly Kingdom),
If, at that time, Jesus resurrects all the dead who belong to him, and changes all the living who belong to him and catches them all up to himself into the air (in an instant 1 Thessalonians 4, 1 Corinthians 15).
What righteous will be left on earth for the angels to sever the wicked from (Matthew 13:41-42, 49-50)? 

Attention "Ladies"

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Today's "On Track" Reading Begins At
Matthew 13:41


Attention "Ladies...."


Why is it that anytime extra nursery workers,  are needed at church or extra goodies at special functions the announcements go only to the “ladies.”


I confess that galls me. it's discriminatory and sexist--keeping the "ladies" where they belong--with the babies and in the kitchen.


Children need interaction with, and influence from Christian men as well as women, and some of these men are just as good or better cooks than the "ladies."


And if anyone feels I'm over-reacting to this, remember, I was on the receiving end of the logical, end result of the misconception of where a woman's place is.

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