video February 28, 2018 What will happen to our property after the rapture? Posted by in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post What will happen to our property after the rapture? PentecostalTheology .com Previous articleRecommendations for a Bible Version Next articleWould PentecostalArchives.org consider re-indexing their articles? 18 Comments Reply December 7, 2019 Daniel J Hesse Who cares Reply December 7, 2019 Steven Hamman Sr. Daniel J Hesse I was just thinking the same thing (lol) Reply December 7, 2019 Varnel Watson Steven Hamman Sr. Daniel J Hesse apparently some do – lets see who? Ppl who will STAY after the rapture and be left behind Post-mil NAR eschaton believers who think they can take over the world and establish political kingdom without Christ before He returns – and will vote likewise in 2020 Nelson Banuchi Reply December 7, 2019 Daniel J Hesse Troy Day and what meaneth this? Reply December 7, 2019 Daniel J Hesse How can we escape if we neglect so great a salvation? Reply December 7, 2019 Varnel Watson Daniel J Hesse thats why Kingdom Now/Dominion Theology is so bad. It’s terrible http://www.pentecostaltheology.com/kingdom-now-dominion-theology-is-so-bad-its-terrible/ Reply December 7, 2019 Daniel J Hesse Troy Day be nice to Pat he was our chancellor. Reply December 7, 2019 Daniel J Hesse Gordon could really BBQ some lamb too! Reply December 7, 2019 Varnel Watson Daniel J Hesse its the whole NAR thing not just 1 person Reply December 7, 2019 RichardAnna Boyce will we lose rewards in Millennium for holding onto personal and church property now and not using it for mission? Reply December 7, 2019 Nelson Banuchi Since I don’t believe in a pre- or mid-trip rapture, I don’t need to worry about my property. Reply December 8, 2019 Varnel Watson hope you are not a progresso rapture by now 🙂 Many ppl will vote in 2020 to be left behind in their kingdom Reply December 8, 2019 Varnel Watson RichardAnna Boyce do you mean like a church building or personal Most in missions is about buildings Neil Steven Lawrence Daniel J Hesse Reply December 8, 2019 RichardAnna Boyce Both. We are called to use all our resources to making disciples. So holding onto property for selfish purposes is unfaithful to the Lord and I’m believing we will individually be held to account at the Bema. Reply December 9, 2019 Varnel Watson what is BOTH? its a single question… Reply December 10, 2019 RichardAnna Boyce do you mean like a church building OR personal. Answer BOTH personal AND church buildings. Reply December 10, 2019 Varnel Watson RichardAnna Boyce I was asking about your BOTH – most church buildings are not owned by persons And more often are not owned by the church but by the bank Reply December 10, 2019 RichardAnna Boyce persons have responsibility of whether they are using members church funds for mission or property owners. Church property owners get beneficial treatment from government; but their “occupation” could be more directed as prperty investors than mission, and using taxpaying concessions to make a profit from property ownership. 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.