This is forgetting the fact that Christ's final command to his followers was to be his witness, not his breadbasket. Yet, if I go off half-cocked, then I'm the bad guy. “Oh look, there's another premillennial guy going crazy. Darby must be proud!”
So forget that the non-dispensational system adherents often dismiss us (at the very least) as uneducated monsters bent on escaping the world's woes and (at the worst) that we are heretics. Heresy is a serious charge to level at a believer and shouldn't be done in jest. I'd say, “Come say that to my face,” but again, the pending charge of being an uneducated monster above.
Further, we rapturists face the same sort of trials anyone else does. In fact, I would suggest that amellennialists have it easier, as they simply dismiss all discussion of a millennium. I suppose that it is one thing to want to escape the coming tribulation (and try to take as many with me as possible) and another thing to simply ignore it. See, there I go again, being a monster.
It is post-millennialists who must have the roughest time of all. Here they are, trying to usher in Christ's kingdom on earth, a task never given to them in scripture. They represent the reformation groups, for which I am grateful, but maintained the idea that the earth can be saved. I doubt Noah was a post-millennialist, though I suppose one could believe that Abraham was (a la Sodom and Gomorrah). Even then, though, Abraham was trying to save his family, not the cities. Mostly I write that in jest, not in serious scholarship. Jesus certainly never though the earth could be saved. He instructed us to live despite the world's system and presented Matthew 24 and 25 as a great hope to us.
I'm more than willing to admit that I might be wrong. More to the point, I've almost left dispensationalism a few times. In each of the times I have, I am accepted by the groups I look toward...as a lonely vagabond coming to his senses, not as a brother. I suppose that heretic claim runs deep. Then these feelings of frustration well up and I get upset again. Maybe that's the point.
Let's get something straight. None of us are heretics. That goes for pre, post, and a millennialists. We all have a different interpretation of the scriptures. It's an academic argument.
What is exceptionally clear in scripture is that Christ is the savior of the world. Everything after that is secondary.