He who did not spare His own Son, but delivered Him up for us all, how shall He not with Him also freely give us all things?
At the Rapture, believers will be caught up to meet Christ in the clouds. Then the seven-year Tribulation will begin. Many non-Christians, having just witnessed the Rapture, will put their faith in Christ. The Antichrist will bring peace to the world for the first half of the Tribulation. But then he will become a world dictator who orders all to worship him—or be severely persecuted or killed. So these very young Christians will be faced with a severe test: If I remain faithful to God, will He remain faithful to me?
Every Christian today experiences similar tests with regard to money, health, relationships, and more. And the answer is, Yes, God will remain faithful (even if we are not—2 Timothy 2:13). God has allowed His saints to suffer throughout history, including His own Son, and always remained faithful. Nothing can separate us from the love of God in Christ (Romans 8:35-39).
Hopefully you will not be one who is tested in the Tribulation. But you will be tested in other ways. God is faithful! Trust Him in all things.
Christians do not have to live; they have only to be faithful to Jesus Christ, not only until death butunto death if necessary.