Great question! As always, our opinions or beliefs about such matters should be informed and guided by the Holy Scriptures being careful not to read into God's Word things that aren't there. Please note that the reference to 2nd Thessalonians is incorrect. You mean to say Paul's First Letter to the Thessalonians: First Thessalonians 4:17. For the benefit of all, I would like to post the verse in context.
Christians hold diverse and often conflicting views regarding eschatology or end times and the second coming of Jesus, depending on how they interpret the Scriptures. These fall broadly into four main camps: 1) the Preterist approach, 2) the Historicist method, 3) the Futurist method, and 4) the Idealist or Symbolic method. For some, focusing on eschatology can become an unhealthy preoccupation or obsession because they miss the larger picture of Christ's redemptive work. For many, it's a worthy matter of speculation and Biblical scholarship.
For all believers, our hope is grounded in what Christ has done for us on the cross and his resurrection. In Christ, we have been given the gift of eternal life, of salvation, including forgiveness, justification, sanctification and glorification. While we may have different opinions on eschatology, these are transcended by the common hope we share in "looking for the blessed hope and glorious appearing of our Great God and Savior Jesus Christ" (Titus 2:13). Christ has died, Christ has risen, and Christ is coming again!
What does the Bible say about the rapture? Two key questions:
All my like I have heard , pre trib, mid trib, post trib. So I just ask God " which one is it". And He started showing me through the scriptures that the rapture will happen toward the end of the tribulation. So I lean toward pre wrath. I cannot see any scripture that supports pre trib.
I'm a pan-tribulationalist. I believe it will all pan out in the end.