Nevertheless, there are the scoffers, apostates and non-believers alike, who abrade the very notion of His promise "that where I am, there ye may be also" in the twinkling of an eye. Woe to ye of lost or no faith in the Omnipotent God! Bad boys, bad boys, whatcha gonna do, whatcha gonna do when He doesn't come for you!
They seem to think, as is evident once again with this summer's HBO miniseries "The Leftovers" is that the Harpazo of the Bride of Christ occurs without explanation. This is an old refrain, it is nothing new. People have always believed that the Harpazo would occur and there would be no explanation, no evidence whatsoever for the nanosecond when the disappearance of millions of human beings from the face of the Earth actually does occur.
I beg to differ. There will be evidence, abundant evidence, and that evidence will come from the hundreds of millions of live cameras on our streets, in buildings, in places you would never think to even look for the pin-hole sized all-seeing eyes of modern imaging technology. Nothing escapes the gaze of the modern digitized, networked world of cyber surveillance.
In the car at the stoplight in Anytown, USA the live video camera perched on the metallic arm supporting the traffic light the driver is seen obeying, will capture the split second that same driver vanishes from behind the wheel. It and hundreds of thousands just like it will capture the scene of instantaneous road rage as traffic comes to a halt due to driverless cars either not moving or careening into other traffic, trees, storefronts, crowded sidewalks - you name it - from every conceivable direction. Live video devices will capture people as they vanish from their jobs, restaurants, amusement parks and every other venue imaginable.
And as for the deceptive mantra that there will be no explanation for the instantaneous mass disappearance of millions, well, that's just plain silly. It's as silly as all of the articles from the scoffers saying there will be no such thing as the Harpazo; that it was all just some evangelical over zealousness and baseless religious fervor that has caused the disappearances. You see, video and television presentations like the HBO series "The Leftovers" are not so much about the Harpazo as they are about the crises faced by those who are not taken, and who know as sure as they know their own names that Jesus has just called His Bride up into Heaven. They will know precisely what has occurred, so no explanation will be necessary as those video recordings will be played over and over again, even in super slow motion. They will know, and then they will begin to pray.
Remember, we're talking about the Harpazo, not the end of the world. It is written: "And some of those of understanding shall fall, to refine them, purify them, and make them white, until the time of the end; because it is still for the appointed time." (Daniel 11:35)