The reasons why so many Christians who say they are saved, born-again believers of Yeshua will miss the pre-Tribulation Rapture are because they will not take to heart the Scriptures that warn them about their need to get prepared, stay ready, and stay alert – keep looking out for Yeshua’s Return – and because they don’t believe in a pre-Tribulation Rapture.
The Holy Spirit seals believers in Christ. Father God allows the Holy Spirit to seal Christ’s followers so that they can feel safe and secure in God’s Love, Power, and Promises. This sealing accomplishes Father God’s sign, sealed, and delivered spiritual objectives.
Jesus the Christ never taught us to climb our mountains. Then too, the Lord also never told believers to pray, in the “churchy” way, to God about their mountains, or to fast, in the “churchy” way, so that their mountains can be removed. Why not? Well, it simply is because prayer and fasting ONLY deal with unbelief, or the lack of confidence in God’s Word. The truth is that the Lord COMMANDS us to speak to (COMMAND) our mountains, in His name (authority)!
Let us be born of the God’s Spirit in the true sense that Christ intended, which is for us to become new creations in whom His Holy Spirit not only dwells but also infills with God’s desires and His anointings (divine empowerments) like spiritual gifts, holiness, righteousness, power, and authority.
We often have problems with believing that God’s supernatural power and authority still work in believers living in these modern times. Indeed, this same unbelief is what kept the 12 disciples from healing the epileptic boy. Fasting and praying are Christ’s recommendations for casting out this kind of unbelief.
Many of us who confidently profess our belief in God and Christ will speak or show unbelief when we are in situations that stretch our minds beyond our intellectual capacities. Therefore, it is never enough for us to say that we believe, if we cannot display that belief by stepping out of our boats (comfort zones), without looking back at the blustering wind and roaring waves, and acting afraid.