A most wonderful characteristic of the Bible is its perfect consistency. That is, the entire Bible is perfectly true and trustworthy. Therefore, when any truth has been correctly learned from the Bible, that truth will never be negated or compromised by other Bible citations. This perfect consistency of the Bible is to be expected because the Bible is God’s Word.
In these last years, by God’s mercy, we have become aware of the truth that simultaneous with the beginning of the Great Tribulation, the Church Age has come to an end. The consequence of the end of the Church Age is that God no longer uses local congregations to evangelize the world. In fact, the Holy Spirit will no longer save anyone in a local congregation. Moreover, since God has abandoned the local congregations, Satan as the man of sin, looking like an angel of light, rules in each and every local congregation. Consequently, true believers, if not already driven out, are commanded to come out.
Much information on this very sad and traumatic subject has already been made available in the book “The End of the Church Age and After.” This book, “Wheat and Tares,” includes additional information that has been found in the Bible. This additional information perfectly corroborates and emphasizes the same truths already set forth in the book “The End of the Church Age and After.” While this is an exceedingly sad study, it is derived entirely from the Bible. Hopefully, it will help the reader to search the Bible even more diligently and carefully than he has ever done before.