Wow you guys outted me quickly. Yes, that's right -- I am a pre-Tribulationist. I believe Yeshua will redeem His talmidim before the Wrath of God (known as "The Tribulation") falls on this earth. Some of you are dumb enough to cosign me to hell for such a belief, but that's on you not me. As for when (pre-Trib, mid-Trib, pre-Wrath-Trib or no-Trib (amillennalism)) the LORD Yeshua comes back no one can say with a certainty, that is a mystery for our idleness not a debating point, a mystery, not only to us but to Yeshua's closest talmids.
As followers of the Messiah we are not called to take people to the rapture airport (Rev. 4:1) but to Romans Road (Rom. 10:9-13). It shouldn't matter to us when our LORD comes for us just that we be on watch and ready to go when He comes. But I will say this for the pre-Trib rapture of the talmidim of the Messiah -- there are more verses for it than against it (if there are any verses against it at all).
Evangelist and pastor, Oliver B. Green, once said the word "rapture" never turns up in the Bible, "but the Bible sure teaches it." He is right, one example for me is how the Bible points out so clearly humans from the other creatures in Heaven. They are the people wearing the white robes, with crowns on their heads and with thrones to sit on (Rev. 19:19, Rev 4:4).
If you don't think you are going to be raptured into the clouds to be with your Savior Yeshua that's fine, but Yeshua has a rapture message for this generation and it can be found in Revelation 3:10 and Revelation 3: 16. Do you want to be saved from this world's "hour of temptation" or be left out of Yeshua's assembly of talmidim? Missing out of the LORD's open door to Heaven (Rev. 4:1).
All of that is great -- but my end time, latter days theory I have of ancient Tarshish being today's USA happens way (or right) before the Tribulation, so that rapture argument isn't for this study.