But immediately after the Second Coming, the judgment that takes place is a public judgment, not of individuals, but of the nations.
Nearly every bible chronology places the date of the writing of Matthew at around 35 AD, and the writing of Corinthians at around 66 AD. Because if no one knew of the doctrine of the Rapture of the Church until Paul, then Matthew 24 and 25 cannot be, under any circumstances, referring to the Church and the Rapture because no one knew of any Rapture.
In fact, at the time of Matthew the Church itself was not even formed.
This is one of the greatest proof-texts for why the Rapture of the Church and the Second Coming cannot be the same event.
Paul, in Corinthians 15, is the very first to tell us of the Rapture of the Church, and lets us know that it is a “mystery” revealed by God to him alone which he then was charged with teaching the Church.
After the Rapture, a time of unbelievable suffering is ushered in, the time of Jacob’s Trouble (Jeremiah 30:7).