video May 1, 2017 In Luke 17:34, one will be taken and one will be left, how will that be determined? (Finis J. Dake) | PentecostalTheology.com In Luke 17:34, one will be taken and one will be left, how will that be determined? (Finis J. Dake) 1734dakedeterminedfinisleftLuke PentecostalTheology .com Previous articleTHIS little light of mine Next articleIs “son of Barachiah” a scribal addition in Matthew 23:35? 6 Comments Reply May 1, 2017 Varnel Watson Now that’s a good question for you Ricky Grimsley Reply May 1, 2017 Ricky Grimsley Well being taken doesnt refer to the rapture because he gives commands not to return to your house. This is a passage about the tribulation when the antichrist is revealed like in matthew 24:17. This is not a rapture passage. Reply May 1, 2017 Varnel Watson Why are you mistakenly believe that there is more in this proverb than information about the last days of Israel? Reply May 1, 2017 Ricky Grimsley Could be. But it isnt about the rapture. Reply May 1, 2017 Diana Kay Miller Sheek One is a Holy Ghost filled Christian and one is a sinner. Reply May 1, 2017 Ricky Grimsley Nope. Its only about life and death. Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel replyComment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.