Lukewarm Laodicean Christians Long For Escape

by David on July 10, 2015

Recently I’ve noticed that a lot of Christians are looking at all that is going on in the world, and they are looking to be ‘raptured’ out. And we should long our Messiah’s return, so that we can be in His glorious presence.

But most Christians seem to be saying it because they want to get away from the tribulation ahead. And that grieves my heart to the core.

Friends, when tribulation comes to this earth, people will become desperate for hope and answers. Many who are not open to the Gospel now, will be open then. They will need our Messiah. They will be ripe for the harvest.

Do you think that your Messiah is honored by you wishing to be removed from tribulation, instead of being here to help redeem souls?

The Gospel spread miraculously around the Roman Empire in the first few centuries. Even though the Church was severely persecuted, it continued to grow.

10 million saints were killed by the Roman Empire. And every death brought honor to the Father.

Then the Roman Catholic Church tried to eliminate the Word of God and the Church of Christ. Over 50 million saints were killed by the Roman Catholic Church during the Dark Ages and the Inquisition.

But the Church of Christ prevailed and millions came out of the Catholic Church to be saved and Bibles and the Gospel were spread around the world.

In the midst of persecution, our brothers and sisters in Christ continued to shine the light of the Gospel, and millions were saved.

Messiah foretold this time when He addressed our Church era of Laodicea, which He called lukewarm, wretched, miserable, poor, blind and naked. He said that He would vomit those type of Christians out of His mouth!

But to those who overcome, Messiah said, “To him that overcometh will I grant to sit with me in my throne, even as I also overcame, and am set down with my Father in his throne.”

Wishing an escape from tribulation is not being an overcomer.

We overcome by the blood of the Lamb, and by the word of our testimony; and when we love not our lives unto the death.

We overcome by shining the light of our Messiah in a dark world, during times of tribulation.

I pray that you put away thoughts of a rapture and an escape, but rather resolve to fight for every soul until death or Messiah’s return.

I pray that you take a different perspective about these end times. I pray that your end game will be to fight against the enemy, and to set the captives free, in the powerful mighty name of our Messiah, to bring glory to the Father.

I pray that when Messiah returns, He finds you bloody, sweaty and exhausted, for having fought so hard against the enemy.

Messiah is looking for warriors, not lukewarm wimps.

You better decide which one you are right now before the battle rages.

In a battle you need to know who your enemy is, and All Roads Lead To Rome.

{ 7 comments… read them below or add one }

Austin September 4, 2015 at 2:19 pm

thank you very much for those pointers, I’ll get on them straight away, as I do believe that time is short.

We are already in the 4th of September and it will be interesting to see if the predictions for this current month are valid…

I’ll be in touch

Austin Hellier


Austin September 4, 2015 at 4:08 am

Hello David
I’ve just spent several hours reading several threads and the ‘comments’ attached to them. I must say that your website is a rare find. I too was brought up RC and am now isolated because of all the rubbish in the ‘church’. Here in Australia we have some powerful antichrist deceptions in the form of mega churches like Hillsong, and their hordes of false prophets and false teachers.

Because of the way these mega churches operate, smaller local churches are faced with a choice. They either bend and become ‘clones’ of the larger churches (same format, music and money raking agenda,) or they tend to lose their flocks to the larger chuerches, due to the “itching ears” syndrome and the glamour associated with the large crowds, who are all looking for ‘prosperity’, but have succumbed to a false gospel message.

I do have contact with faithful believers from time to time, mainly online, but occasionally face to face. It is certainly difficult if not impossible to find what I would call a ‘decent’ church as many of them have become the church of tares.

I’m not meaning to be picky, but I’m not interested in compromise either. The Bible says to “come out of her my people, that you be not partakers of her sins…” and I have taken that seriously, so I am a little isolated, for the present. They are all going back to the whore of Rome. There are probably many people world wide, who suffer the same thing, and that is why websites like yours are vital.

About a year ago, I came across the Historicist interpretation of Revelation and I’ve gone back to it several times since. I found that it explains by and large the book of Revelation, for the most part of the last 2000 years. I do not believe in a pre trib rapture.

The problem I have with it, is that at some point along the way, history finishes, because we find ourselves in the ‘present’ once more. Historicism, in its right context, adequately exoses the Papacy and Rome as that final ‘beast kingdom’ but fails to explain the last of the very last days (to my satisfaction) so a question for you David, would be “where are we up to in late 2015, time wise in prophecy”?

I’m a genuine enquirer, so feel free to point me in the right direction or give me a brief explanation. I look forward to coming back here to read the rest of your writing.

Austin Hellier

PS: I’m not hung up on the name of Jesus etcetera, and I don’t believe that the majority of people living in modern day Israel are ’12 tribes’ Jews either… that country is definitely under Rothschild and Rockefella control…


David September 4, 2015 at 8:58 am

Thank you for your comment Austin 🙂 I appreciate you sharing your perspective. Mega churches are like Walmart here in the U.S. They push most of the small independent businesses out of business.

Historicism explains the fulfillment of prophecy through history, which lets you know where we are at on the fulfillment timeline, and what is left to be fulfilled.

Check out the Study List and read the PDF’s studies that summarize what has been fulfilled.

Also read the Revelation seals, trumpets and bowls study, to see where we are at on the fulfillment timeline, and what is expected to happen next as we wait for Messiah to return

Keep learning and growing in the faith!


Valerie August 19, 2015 at 8:56 pm

I found your site after researching Craig Ventur. Most Christians are very deceived. The world has nothing to offer. Do you believe that the mark of the beast will be through forced vaccination? How do you view medicine and the Bible?


David August 20, 2015 at 12:39 pm

Thank you for your comment Valerie 🙂 Yes, sadly most Christians are very deceived, and woefully unteachable.

I think that vaccinations are a way to sterilize people and to compromise their immune system, to cause mental and physical challenges. The evil ones have created a sick-care system, where they cause medical issues and create life-long customers to steal our wealth. I eat mostly organic, stay away from pork, and stay away from the medical community.

The mark of the beast is given to those who have worshiped the beast, to allow them to buy and sell in the One World Government, so I don’t think that vaccinations are the mark. It could be an RF-ID implant or tattoo.

When you know who the beast is, you know not to revere/worship it or obey it.
Keep an eye on Pope Francis and the Jesuits of Rome.
Blessings to you,


Ron August 20, 2015 at 1:09 pm

i believe the mark of the beast is not physical ,rather it will be believing that Satan is Jesus.This will not effect true Christians who are raptured .


Ron July 11, 2015 at 8:20 pm

I agree , but the rapture is not our choice.


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