Alice Barnett (Susan O’Gara “Daniel’s Lot”) considers herself a good Christian woman, having obeyed the Ten Commandments all her life. Her 40 year old son, Donny (Scott Frisbie) loves her, but he lives a town away and his time is much occupied with his growing family. So Alice is lonely. Her loneliness is intensified when she hears her pastor, Tom Eaton (Brent Bickhart) and a TV Evangelist, pastor Malachi, (Brad Stine “Christmas with a Capital C”) delivers disturbing messages about the Rapture. She begins to doubt if she would be left to deal with a world overrun by heathen during the time of tribulation foretold in the Bible. When she believes the event has happened, she finds an “escape clause” in a Bible passage from the book of Daniel, and undertakes a frantic attempt to insure that she will be among the saved.
This movie makes a point that it is good for Christians to be ready for the return of the Lord at the Rapture, and that not being ready would be one scary thought and ordeal.
Miss Alice Barnett (Susan O’Gara) hears Pastor Malachi preach about not being ready on TV and her own pastor Tom preach about it. One morning she goes to church and no one shows up but her. Did the Rapture take place? Did she miss it? She goes almost out of her mind and breaks into the church to pray at the altar. One of the featured songs in this film is titled, “Will you be ready?” This movie will encourage the viewer to think about end times and we are pleased to award it our Dove Seal.