Question: I have some acquaintances who interpret Philippians 2:9-11 to mean that God gives people a second chance, the chance to be saved, after they die. They believe this because every knee shall bow and every tongue confess shall that Jesus Christ is Lord. This interpretation gives them comfort that their loved ones, who believe in false gospels in this life, have a chance to be saved after death when they confess Him as Lord. Question: If a lost person hears, understands, and rejects the Gospel before the Tribulation, would he or she be able to be saved during the Tribulation?Question: Will there be the need for evangelism during the millennial kingdom, and, if so, does that reality decrease the urgency of the need to be saved today since people can always receive an opportunity to be saved during the millennium? Question: What is the meaning of the Parable of the Ten virgins (Matt. 25:1-13)? Will those believers not watching or waiting miss the rapture?