- Mar 12, 2015
The 7th trumpet announces the resurrection and the wrath of GOD.
The 7th trumpet has nothing to do with the resurrection. I would suggest that you stop getting your information from YouTube and from web-sites.
The "last trumpet" mentioned in I Cor.15:52 is not synonymous with the 7th trumpet of the trumpet judgments, as they are two completely unrelated events. Someone, somewhere, got the bright idea that since the 7th trumpet was the last of the trumpet judgments, they labeled it as "the last trumpet" of I Cor.15:52. However, the "last trumpet" is referring to a specific type of trumpet which is not mentioned and which will sound when the church is gathered. The 7th trumpet on the other hand, is a trumpet of judgment. One is a blessing, the other is God's wrath. Furthermore, there is nothing in the context in or around the sounding of the 7th trumpet that even suggests that the church is being gathered. In addition, if the church were to be gathered at the 7th trumpet, it would mean that the church would have gone through the seals and all of the trumpet judgments, which again represent God's wrath, regardless of whether you believe it or not.
I would also remind you that, the word "trumpet" is not unique as linking the "last trumpet" of I Cor.15:52 to the 7th trumpet, any more than the trumpet mentioned in Matt.24:31 when Jesus sends out His angels.
The bottom line is that, the "last trumpet" which sounds when the church is gathered, is not the same as the 7th trumpet of the trumpet judgments. It is just a misinterpreted and misapplied.
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