|As when Christ brought Israel out of Egypt;
he is going to take two generations
to bring the people back to the Gospel
and into the promised land.
The generation that came out of Egypt
rebelled over and over,
and did not believe the Gospel:
For unto us was the gospel preached,
as well as unto them:
but the word preached did not profit them,
not being mixed with faith in them that heard it.
(Hebrews 4:2 KJV)
The first generation perished in the wilderness;
the second generation entered into the promised land.
The world has cast away the real Biblical Gospel twice,
once after the Apostles, and once after the Reformers.
Christ showed me the real Biblical Gospel,
same as to Paul and Luther,
and that Gospel is not at all
the popular "gospels" of today
which are imitations and save no one at all.
Christ has caused the Gospel to be posted on that lowly
but worldwide forum of Christian newsgroups,
where the world represented by those there,
except for very few,
is again treating the Gospel with contempt
in disregarding, mocking, and opposing the Gospel.
This generation except for the relatively few worldwide
reached by Christ with the truth,
is not taken in the Rapture
at his coming unseen by the world into the skies,
but remains on earth for the start
of the global Tribulation.
The generation that comes following the Rapture,
the Tribulation generation,
increasingly receives the Gospel as the decades pass,
until during the seven years of Tribulation
at the end of that generation,
Christ causes them to take the Gospel to the whole world:
And the gospel must first be published among all nations.
Christ by that preaching of the Gospel, prepares
the vast global harvest for his coming into the skies
seen by all the world to take his Tribulation saints up:
After this I beheld, and, lo a great multitude,
which no man could number, of all nations,
and kindreds, and people, and tongues,
stood before the throne, and before the Lamb,
clothed with white robes, and palms in their hands;
And cried with a loud voice, saying,
Salvation to our God which sitteth upon the throne,
and unto the Lamb.