“According to some prophecy preachers, the Rapture is supposed to take place tomorrow, July 27, 2018. The reason for this prediction is due to the fact that there is going to be another “blood” moon tomorrow—the longest “blood” moon in this century, they say.
No, the Rapture won’t take place tomorrow or the day after that. But that doesn’t stop these prophecy kooks from constantly predicting the date of the Rapture. Practically every Jewish holiday or feast day, “blood” moon or unusual solar occurrence will prompt some prophecy-obsessed preacher somewhere to predict the Rapture will take place on that date. (It would take volumes to talk about all of the predictions that prophecy preachers have made regarding when the Rapture will take place over the past seventy years.) Of course, after the predicted date comes and goes, there is always another predicted date. And after the Rapture doesn’t occur tomorrow, the same televangelists and prophecy preachers will continue to predict future dates, and people will continue to believe and support these false prophets. Don’t ask me to explain people’s gullibility with all of that. It’s just the way it is.”
Look at the events stated in Matthew 24, Mark 13 and Luke 21 that occur before the destruction of Jerusalem and the temple–THIS HAPPENED IN 70 AD; AND NOT IN THE FUTURE
The law was fulfilled around 70 AD [destruction of Jerusalem and the temple]–Matthew 5; Matthew 24; Mark 13; Luke 21; and other verses
If Heaven And Earth Did Not Pass (As Jesus Said), Then We Are Still Under Every Jot and Tittle of the Law [and hence Jesus Did Not Fulfill the Law]