ANCIENT HEBREW CALENDAR proves the RAPTURE

ANCIENT HEBREW CALENDAR proves the RAPTURE
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AMAZING THINGS THAT THE ANCIENT HEBREW CALENDAR HAS TO SUGGEST TO US ABOUT THE COMING APOCALYPSE

Part 2

You will recall in my first installment that I insinuated the possibility of the Great Tribulation beginning on the 6th day of Passover — of some upcoming year. So let’s look at some other insinuations from the Hebrew calendar. Yeshua likened the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah to the beginning of the Great Tribulation (Luke 17:28-33, Mat. 24:15-18 & Luke 21-21-22).Guess what day on the Hebrew calendar Sodom and Gomorrah were destroyed. Same day as Passover.

For whatever it’s worth, the same day that Noah exited the ark is the same day on the Hebrew calendar that Jesus exited the tomb.

This next one I find to be quite spectacular.

The Hebrew calendar tells us that the day that the children of Israel crossed the Red Sea and fled into the wilderness was the 6th day of Passover. Revelation 12:6-17, which is the exact mid-point of Daniel’s 70th Week, the day that begins the Great Tribulation is a mirror image of that first Passover, especially the 6th day of Passover and the crossing of the Red Sea. Observe :

The enemy’s kingdom is brought to ruin (Exo. 7-12 / Rev. 12:7-9).

The enemy goes after Israel in hot pursuit (Exo. 14:5-9 / Rev. 12:13 & 15)

The Israelites flee into the wilderness (Exo. 14:22 / Rev. 12:6)

Israel is given 2 wings of a great eagle to aid her in her flight (Exo. 19:3-6 / Rev. 12:14)

Her enemies are swallowed up by the sea (Exo. 14:23-30) and by the earth (Rev. 12:15-16 & Exo. 15:12).

Israel overcomes the Destroyer by the blood of the Lamb (Exo. 12:12-13 & 22-23 / Rev. 12:10-11)

1 Comment

  • Reply April 12, 2021

    Dr Barry Chant

    I am concerned that an article like this one (Ancient Hebrew calendar confirms the Rapture) appears under the heading Pentecostal Theology. If this is an example of Pentecostal theology we are in serious trouble. It lacks the marks of genuine scholarship and research; the exegesis is unsound; the premise is speculative. I hope the editors will be more judicious in future in their selection of contributions.

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