T-Shirt Adult Unisex 247365

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Unisex Ultra Cotton Tee

This shirt is a house favorite at Millions Vanished that gives reference to our favorite rapture verse.

The front gives the consistency in which a watcher watches and prays to be found counted worthy to escape the things of the 70th Week.

The back simply gives the logo and the Luke 21:36 rapture reference.

This unisex ultra cotton tee is a classic. Quality cotton construction means that designs are sure to shine. The shoulders are tapped for a good upper-body fit. There are no side seams, ensuring a clean, unbroken flow. The collar has ribbed knitting for improved elasticity. The materials that went into this product are sustainably sourced and economically friendly.

* 100% Cotton (fiber content may vary for different colors)
* Medium fabric (6.0 oz/yd² (203 g/m²))
* Classic fit
* Tear away label
* Runs bigger than usual


Proof of a rapture of the church and O.T. saints before the tribulation lies in the literal fulfillment of Lk. 21:34-36. Christ personally promised all true believers who would meet the conditions that they would "escape all these things" and "stand before the son of man." The things that the "worthy" ones were to escape are those listed in Lk. 21:1-11,25-33;  Mt. 24:1 -Mt 25:46;  Mk. 13 and  Rev. 4:1 - Rev 18:24

The only way they could do this would be to be raptured before these events took place. To escape means that they would not suffer or have to endure these things, and to stand before the Son of man means that they would be raptured bodily so as to be able to stand before Him in bodily presence. They will therefore literally rise "to meet him in the air" and be received by Christ to go up to heaven to live with Him (John. 14:1-3; 1 Cor. 15:23,51-54Eph. 5:27Phil. 3:21Col. 3:41 Thess. 2:19-201 Thess 3:131 Thess 4:13-181 Thess 5:1-11,232 Thess. 2:1,7-8Jas. 5:7-81 John. 2:28;1 John 3:1-3Rev. 1:19Rev 4:1Rev 5:8-10Rev 19:1-10).

The Greek word for "escape" in  Lk. 21:36 is ekpheugo, meaning to flee out of the way (Acts 19:16); to get away (Acts 16:27); and to escape danger and even hell (Lk. 21:36; Rom. 2:3; 2 Cor. 11:331 Thess. 5:1-4Heb. 2:3;Heb 12:25).