The Voice of
been a student of Bible prophesy for
more than thirty years, but when my
first grandchild was born some
fifteen years ago, I couldnt
remember reading anything about what
happens to children in the Rapture.
Do Children fall under the grace of
their Grandparents or are they left
behind with a non-believer parent? I
got out my Bible and diligently
searched. But the answer eluded me
and I found myself troubled in a way
I had never been troubled before.
Finally, I threw up my hands and went
directly to God with the problem.
remember the exact words of my
prayer, but I must have asked him if
my granddaughter would go with me in
the Rapture. And then . . . for the
first time in my life . . . I heard
the voice of God. He said, Thy
and thy whole household. It was
not a booming voice from without, but
rather a voice in my mind suddenly
there without the slightest measure
of forethought. I was stunned and
instantly opened my eyes.
after, I pondered the experience and
slowly began to understand the
perfection of His words. I love the
King James Version of the Bible and I
might not have believed it was God
had He not spoken in the old English.
I now have six grandchildren and when
He said, thy whole
household, He included them as
well. He even knew their
non-believing parents would become
believers. And best of all, he told
me I would see the Rapture. I have
not heard his voice since. But then,
what else do I need to know?
Thessalonians 4:16-17 For the Lord
himself shall descend from heaven
with a shout, with the voice of the
archangel, and with the trump of God:
and the dead in Christ shall rise
first: Then we which are alive and
remain shall be caught up together
with them in the clouds, to meet the
Lord in the air: and so shall we ever
be with the Lord.