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Have you heard of the term eschatology? Eschatology is a branch of theology concerned with the final events in the history of the world or of humankind. In other words, the end times.
In this inspirational documentary, Before the Wrath, you’ll hear from researchers, anthropologists, theologists and eschatologists about newly discovered evidence from the time of Christ. This new evidence reveals how and why the rapture must occur. You will also see new biblical insight that gives us hope and helps us to prepare for what’s coming.
Before the Wrath starts with Jesus, where he lived, the people, the culture. Not only was Jesus a Jew, he was a Galilean. So were all his disciples. The Galileans had developed their own customs, different from the rest of the area where they lived. Jesus spoke to his disciples and his followers, referencing these customs, so they all knew exactly what he was talking about.
We, as modern day Christians, do not know about these customs. So we often miss these references.
The discussion of the Last Supper and communion is fascinating. It covers some cultural comparisons between a Galilean wedding and the last supper that I have never heard before. But that makes so much sense now!
The way the betrothed couple behaves after the betrothal compared to Jesus, what he says at the Last Supper, and what he says about returning are extremely similar when compared culturally.
No one knew the day and the hour of a Galilean wedding. Not even the bride and the groom. Only the father. It was a surprise wedding! Wow. See the comparison?
We’re not supposed to deal with the actual date. We are supposed to deal with the preparation.
The symbolism of the bridegroom going to his bride is breath taking when you see how the wedding ceremony compares to Jesus’s return.
Satan hates marriage because of what it represents. A microcosm of what awaits in heaven. A picture of what will be fulfilled when it comes (the rapture).
In discussing marriage, some of the statistics given were alarming to me. You can tell Satan hates marriage, and will do anything to stop or end it.
I am fascinated with this film! In case you couldn’t tell by the number of times I said fascinated. lol I have just barely touched on the topics covered. It’s going to take more than one watching, for sure! You are going to want to get the DVD so you can watch it multiple times. I know I do!
Before the Wrath was released on March 3, 2020 by Ingenuity Films.
Before the Wrath narrators and experts include:
Narrated by Kevin Sorbo
(God’s Not Dead, Hercules: The Legendary Journeys)
Theologist and Host of ‘Real Life’ on SiriusXM
Founder and President of Behold Israel
Founder of Olive Tree Ministries
Theologist and Eschatologist
Executive Director of LifeWay Research
Ancient Middle Eastern Anthropologist
Qualitative Director at LifeWay Research.
Before the Wrath is award winning!
- #1-selling documentary DVD on Amazon for three straight months.
- #4-selling film in America during a time in April behind JUMANJI, 1917 and FROZEN 2.
- #1-selling film on Christian Cinema, even after three months.
- Nominated for multiple film awards including best documentary and cinematography.
For more information, visit the Before the Wrath website.
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Before the Wrath is fascinating, breath taking, and faith building!
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