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Why is the Rapture not mentioned in the Bible? (With Greg Laurie)

The Rapture fact or fiction? Did you know that 55% of Americans believe in the rapture? But just what is the rapture and is it even found in the Bible? Pastor and teacher Greg Laurie show us just where in the Bible the rapture is found!

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