This website serves to expose Paul Sides as a false teacher.
On 10/27/16 Ed Moore, who promotes Paul Side’s teachings posted the following: (My comments are in red)
A rapture is coming but not for the righteous….and not until after the tribulation.
Proverbs 10:30 The righteous shall never be removed (Not Raptured): but the wicked shall not inhabit the earth.
The Great and Terrible Day of YHVH immediately follows The Tribulation Period (wrath of Satan or human nature of mankind). Matthew 24:29, Revelation 6:9-12, 8:1.
Ed Moore’s prophecy fulfillment explanations are wrong:
The time of Great Tribulation that Messiah was describing in Matthew 24 was fulfilled from 66-70 A.D., when 1.1 million Jews died in and around Jerusalem from famine, pestilence, infighting, suicide, crucifixion and by the Roman sword. Read The Great Tribulation of Matthew 24
The Jewish High Priest (sun) and Sanhedrin Council (moon) were darkened, meaning they were removed from power. Read The Sun, Moon And Stars
The seals of Revelation have already been opened, and they caused the decline of the Roman Empire; from civil war, famine and pestilence. The sun being darkened is speaking about the Emperor of Rome losing power. Read Revelation 6 – 6th Seal Earthquake
It is not a day when we will all be snatched up into heaven. It will be a time when YHVH will shake both the heavens and the Earth and He will separate the Tares from The Wheat. Both will be shaken until only wheat remains. See Isaiah 13:9-13, Hebrews 12:26-28, Amos 5:18, Matthew 13:24-30, 37-43.
I repeat, only the wheat remains, because it is not the wheat that is removed or snatched away, it is the Tares.
In Matthew 13:47-50, Yahusha gives another parable of the good and bad fish caught in a net. Verse 49: “So shall it be At The End of The World: the angels shall come forth, and sever the wicked from among the just.” Thus if there is to be any rapture at all, it must be a “rapture of the wicked” to a Place of Desolation and Spiritual Darkness.
In Matthew 24:36-42 there is a section used by rapturists to twist the Scriptures to mean the opposite of its true intent. Verses 40-41 are taken out of context to support the rapture, as being taken away to a place of safety. However, verses 36-39 speak of the wicked people in Noah’s day (An Anthropomorphic Physical to Spiritual Parallel) who continued “doing their own thing” and “knew not until the flood came, and took them all away; so shall, also, the coming of the Son of man (Messiah) be”, verse 39.
Those who are to be “taken” in verses 40-41 do not appear to be raptured to a place of safety, but taken away to be slain.
Many believe that these verses are pointing to the removal of the saints from Jerusalem, after the sign of the Abomination of Desolation, the Roman army surrounding Jerusalem, appeared. Read The Abomination Of Desolation
The leaders of the Early Church, called angels, gathered them and led them out of Jerusalem, to the hills of Pella. The unbelievers were left behind, and they faced to time of great tribulation from 66-70 A.D. Read Gathering Together His Elect
As we have seen, “the righteous (wheat) shall never be removed: but the wicked (chaff or tares) shall not inhabit or inherit the Earth,” (Proverbs 10:30). The wicked shall be gathered for punishment (Revelation 14:18-20). Yahusha’s prayer was not that His servants would be taken out of the world, but that they would be kept from the evil one (John 17:15, 20). Yahusha wanted His followers to inherit the Kingdom of YHVH on The Earth (The Coming Paradise), Psalms 115:16. Solomon, also, knew this: “For The Upright Shall Dwell in The Land, and the Perfect Shall Remain in it (Promised Land), but the wicked shall be cut off from it (Promised Land), and the transgressors shall be rooted out of it (“Promised Land”) . . . .
Be not afraid of sudden fear neither of the desolation of the wicked, when it cometh. For YHVH shall be thy confidence, and shall keep thy foot from being taken” (Proverbs 2:21-22, 3:25-26). The chaff will be blown away, Psalms 1:4.
Ed Moore learns his prophecy fulfillment explanations from Paul Sides, who writes as Rav Shaul.