History of the Ages part I.: Introduction

When I used to go to church, I was often told that the next big event in human history is the return of Jesus Christ in the clouds and him taking away the people who believed in him to some far away place called “Heaven”. And that those not counted worthy (which were some other people, certainly not us) would die a horrible death during period called “the tribulation” which begins once “we”, the worthly ones, are taken.

During some other sermons “Millennial Kingdom” was mentioned as another big thing ahead of us. 

It was confusing to say the least. 

Nobody ever made it clear why we were going away to some place if there was supposed to be a Kingdom set up here on Earth for 1000 years. 

Years passed by. I did my own research. I listened to many videos. I set dates for myself and others based on “words from God”, “words from Lord Jesus” and many other “words” recorded by so called “modern day prophets”. The more dates came and went by, the more I got frustrated. If all of these people hear from God, why aren’t their dates coming to a fruition?

I eventually moved away from accepting these doctrines at a face value. 

I started to ask Father in my heart to show me the truth about the future Himself. It took some time, but during the process Father started pointing out to me some passages in the Bible. These passages were generally accepted as “future events”, yet He kept telling me over and over that it all had already happened. Among those events were “the rapture” and “the Millennial reign”. 

I shared my findings with my closest friends. It didn’t go very well, I suppose partly because I didn’t have the whole picture and I wasn’t able to answer all their logical questions of what happened, when and how (although they didn’t seem too keen on presenting their own questions to Father themselves). I suppose it’s hard to give ear to something that goes against what the whole world is saying. But then, weren’t we told that the whole world would be deceived? 

Why do so many assume it’s the whole world but not them?

More time went by. We are all still here, after many other date setting cycles.

If those who so eagerly spread dates of the rapture knew how many Christians actually committed suicide because these dates didn’t produce the desired outcome; if they knew how many people effed up their lives partly because these people were encouraged to not take care of their own affairs since they’re almost out of here, those date setters would delete their channels and lay prostrate before Father for weeks and weeks in an attempt to repent from it all. 

Don’t be deceived: if you put out a message, you are IN PART responsible for the decisions people make based on what you say, especially if you share it under the assumption that you heard it from God.

But back to what I was saying. 

While I do not have the answer to every single question that one might have in regards to the rapture, the Millenial Kingdom or the Eternal Kingdom, I do wish to share with you exacly what I was shown. Please go to Father to fill in the gaps.

Let us begin.

Jump to part II. —>

This study was published in several posts. Here are all the available links:
Part I.: Introduction (you are here)
Part II.: Ages in General
Part III.: Before and after the Fall
Part IV.: Age 1
Part V.: Age 2
Part VI.: Age 3
Part VII.: Age 4
Part VII.: Age 5
Part VIII.: Age 6
Part IX.: Age 7
Part X.: Eternal age

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