BLACK MOON Prophecy at 8:11 PM ET on Friday will usher JEWISH FEAST OF TRUMPETS linked to APOCALYPSE

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ON FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 30, A RARE BLACK MOON WILL OCCUR RIGHT BEFORE THE JEWISH FEAST OF TRUMPETS, WHICH MANY ARE LINKING TO THE APOCALYPSE.

This September ends with the eerily named black moon rising. On Friday night, watch for this relatively rare lunar event ― something that hasn’t happened since March 2014. So you’re probably wondering what a black moon is. It actually has a few definitions. The one we’re using here is a second new moon in a calendar month ― not to be confused with a blue moon, which is the second full moon in a calendar month.

“And there shall be signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars; and upon the earth distress of nations, with perplexity; the sea and the waves roaring; Men’s hearts failing them for fear, and for looking after those things which are coming on the earth: for the powers of heaven shall be shaken.” Luke 21:25,26 (KJV)

The spectacular Black Moon occurs when the illuminated side of the moon is caught in the shadow of the Earth, making it virtually impossible to see. The phenomenon happens roughly every 32 months, but this one holds special significance due to other universal activity this month.

The first day of September brought with it a ‘ring of fire’ solar eclipse – where the moon falls in line with the Earth and the sun above Africa, making it appear as if the sun had darkened. This year, the Black Moon phenomenon has a twist to it – it will usher in the Jewish Feast of Trumpets.

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The Rapture and the Revelation are two distinctly different events separated by a 7 year period of Tribulation

As Bible believers we know that the next event we are looking for is the Rapture of the Church of Jesus Christ. The glorious appearing of the Lord for His redeemed will bring about the darkest time in human history – the time of Jacob’s trouble. The verses at the top of this article refer to that time period. In the Bible, the First Advent of Jesus Christ happened on or near the Feast of Trumpets, and it is highly likely that His Second Advent will happen around that time as well.

But the Rapture and the Revelation are not the same thing. They are two distinctly different events separated by a 7 year period of Tribulation mainly focused on Israel.

29 Comments

  • Reply September 30, 2016

    Charlie Robin

    Shabbat Shalom Tom Steele Alan N Carla Smith

  • Reply September 30, 2016

    Jim Price

    Somehow what is going on in the planetary system has never struck me as having anything to do with Israel and /or the Jewish community. When you think of the size of these planets and their distance from earth and the fact that there is neither Jew nor Gentile in God’s eyes and that God could find a more convenient way to communicate to humans I think we should rule out this fascination with the heavens. P. M. Netanyahu reminded us last week that Jews only make up 1/10th of one percent of the human race. World history has not and should not pivot on the Jews.

  • Reply September 30, 2016

    Charles Page

    I prophecy that the Jews will celebrate the feast of trumpets and the Gentile Christians will predict an apocalypse.

  • Reply September 30, 2016

    Ricky Grimsley

  • Reply September 30, 2016

    Charlie Robin

    WHO will be watching Charles Page?

  • Reply September 30, 2016

    Tom Steele

    Jim Price, you say, “World history has not and should not pivot on the Jews.” I would challenge you on that. Every single word written in the Bible was written by the Jews, those who were chosen to pen the Words of God Himself. The Jews are the chosen people of whom became the lineage of the Messiah Himself. The Jews are a set apart people chosen by God for a covenant that would set the foundation for the restoration of that which was lost. The Jews are the apple of God’s eye. As being 1/10th of the world’s population, that would make the Jews similar to a tithe. A tithe, at it’s base, is that which is set apart for God by means of covenant. There is perhaps no better description of the Jews that the portion of the human population that has been set apart for God by means of covenant. Yes, we are all able to enter into the covenant with God, but for the Gentile nations it is by way of being grafted into that olive tree, which is a representation of Israel, or of the Jewish people. Thus, world history has always and will always in some way revolve around the Jews.

  • Reply September 30, 2016

    Terry Wiles

    It’s over. What happened?

  • Reply October 3, 2016

    Jim Price

    Tom: Thanks for the challenge, for now i’ll just say that the Gospels themselves were written by Greeks not jews.

    • Reply October 3, 2016

      Charlie Robin

      🙂

    • Reply October 4, 2016

      Alan N Carla Smith

      WHO were they writing ‘about’?? a Greek or a Jew?!
      The content is the question not particularly the ones writing the Gospels.
      If you aren’t focused on WHO the scriptures are about, you’ve been preaching the wrong message. 🙂

  • Reply October 3, 2016

    Tom Steele

    HUH??????? I must be missing something here. Jesus was Jewish/Hebrew. All of His Disciples were Jewish/Hebrew (they became the Apostles, by the way). Paul, who wrote the majority of the NT identified himself as a “Pharisee of the Pharisees.” I don’t know where you are getting your information, but you are very, very wrong to say that the Gospels or anything else in the Bible was written by non-Jews.

  • Reply October 3, 2016

    Charlie Robin

    Mostly yes they are all Jews BUT we don’t know who wrote the following:

    1.) Ruth – if she had anything to do with it (unlikely) then it would be ‘Gentile’ (un-Jew) since she wasn’t a Jew. More likely it was written by Jews talking to Jews.

    2.) Job – is about a non-Jew (likely lived before the Jewish people were established through Abraham) but likely written by a Jew (not written by Job)

    The two books that are most-likely written by a Gentile by birth (although he may be total convert to Judaism, we simply don’t know)

    3.) Luke (3rd gospel account), written by…Luke

    4.) Acts (follow up to Luke, written by same guy)

  • Reply October 3, 2016

    Tom Steele

    I’ll give you Job, yes, he lived most likely before the Jews were established, but he is also most likely within that lineage of genuine Believers in YHWH who directly led to the Jewish people. There is a reason why Job is included in the Hebrew Bible. As far as Luke, I realize that he is debatable, but in my research I have found that he is more likely Jewish than non-Jewish. If I must, I will see if I can dig up a source. It still stands, however, that saying the Gospels (plural, all of them, not just Luke) were written by non-Jews is the most ridiculous thing I have heard to date in this group.

  • Reply October 4, 2016

    Charlie Robin

    Lukas or Lucas is a roman form of the Greek name Loukas (Λουκάς) so we have his name, origin, education, profession and style of writing purely Gentile. No doubt Mark and Matthew were Jewish, but Luke and Acts tend to be much different. The Fourth Gospel as a later witness also seems to address a mixed audience, though no doubt John is Jewish. Yet Luke remains… and all 4 gospels seems to have been recorded in Greek

  • Reply October 4, 2016

    Tom Steele

    Something worth at least considering: https://www.levitt.com/essays/luke

  • Reply October 4, 2016

    Charlie Robin

    Tom Steele read the article bu each pro-Jewish argument is very well pro-Gentile as well. Could elaborate if necessary…

  • Reply October 4, 2016

    Tom Steele

    Elaborate if you want, point is there is at least an equally strong argument to say that Luke was Jewish/Hebrew. Logically, it seems to make more sense to conclude that Luke was Jewish/Hebrew as the entire rest of the Bible was written by people within that lineage (as noted, Job may have predated the actual Jewish people, but was most likely within the lineage that led to them). The Hebrew people are the chosen of God for many things, and it appears that included in that they are the people for whom He chose to pen His Word. If there is at least equal arguments for both sides, I choose to conclude that Luke was most likely Jewish, and it really doesn’t matter anyway. My salvation does not ride on Luke’s ethnicity, it rides on my faith in Yeshua and my response to His Word.

  • Reply October 4, 2016

    Charlie Robin

    Arguments for Luke Being a Jew presented in the article are unsubstantial for the following reasons:

    1. Trophimus, Not Luke, the Cause of Paul’s Arrest – the same argument goes for Luke wanting to explain this story to his gentile audience from the point of a gentile who does not understand the significance of the event. Was he there himself or just told a story he heard?

    2. The knowledge of the temple also goes two ways. As a gentile he studied in detail so he can explain it to his audience. With the same diligence we see Luke having detail knowledge of Roman history, the emperors, their regional vassals, roman state governing and ordinance order, taxation and so on. Luke actually talks more about the Roman state in this narrative than he does about the Jewish temple. Does this make him more Gentile?

    In fact, the temple narrative of Luke is significant namely for this gentile inclusion and a very significant roman literary construction with introduction, various pre-events (Symeon and Anna – names chosen being very well used in Roman culture as well) to setup the stage, main event and following events. What kind of Jew at that time would have included a woman prophetess from the temple?

    3. On the next argument, Luke does not have “Intimate Acquaintance with Mary” – blah blah on this one and whosoever this very poorly thought phraseology. If any one went in detail with Mary was Matthew to prove the legitimacy of Christ’s birth. Luke on the other hand, perhaps well familiar with Matthew’s genealogy prologue and the following pericopes goes into detail with her family – Elizabeth, Zacharias, John the Baptist and so on – a well known and very roman / latin approach to history. While the Jews went with son/father of or gave birth too, the Romans went with the whole family and even area of origin. From whereas even in Midlevel Europe we to this days royal lineages we get so and so OF the area of so and so. Again this inclusiveness of women, relatives and location is more roman than Jewish. And is in fact adopted by Josephus in his Jewish Wars who is determined to reach a gentile audience with his pro-Jewish history

    Furthermore, much of what Luke wrote in both the Gospel and Acts was a book of his research on the life of Jesus and the early church. It was a book in the true sense of a collection of stories and an account of narratives. In his account he combined many stories from the life of Paul as told by Paul (and other Jews) so it’s very possible that some of the language / metaphors and symbols were preserved. Though, in each instance we see a very gentile interpretation that only a gentile would have needed to insert.

    It is hard to judge of his origin from the actual gospel text and much easier from his later writings in Acts. But even in the Greek text of Luke’s gospel we see grammatical structures that are so remote from the Hebrew tongue that only a gentile would have used. If I remember correctly, there were about 700 greek words that only Luke uses in the whole NT and most of them he uses only ones. All this may not prove 100% that Luke was a complete Gentile, but definitely buts in doubt any and all claims that he was a Jew.

    And one final and most significant argument – Luke was not an apostle of Jesus… http://www.maxddl.org/Luke%20-%20Gentile%20or%20a%20Jew.pdf

    • Reply October 4, 2016

      Tom Steele

      To your final point, Paul was not an Apostle of Jesus either… at least not in the context of the others who were first raised up under His discipleship. Yes, Paul declares himself an Apostle of Jesus, and Paul also declares himself a Pharisee of the Pharisees. Luke was Paul’s companion. Luke also expresses a knowledge of Torah in his writings. Even IF not a Jew by birth, he seems to have latched onto the ways of those he traveled with.

  • Reply October 4, 2016

    Alan N Carla Smith

    How did this post by Troy go from the article to the insignificance of Dr. Luke’s lineage?

    • Reply October 4, 2016

      Tom Steele

      When Jim Price made the absurd comment, “World history has not and should not pivot on the Jews,” followed by the absolutely ridiculous comment, “the Gospels themselves were written by Greeks not Jews.”

    • Reply October 4, 2016

      Charles Page

      Hebrew roots people are taking offense to this discussion!!!

    • Reply October 10, 2016

      Alan N Carla Smith

      It’s insignificant not offensive. Try again

  • Reply October 10, 2016

    Charlie Robin

  • Reply October 10, 2016

    Charles Page

    Orthodox jewish newspaper, right?

  • Reply October 10, 2016

    Charlie Robin

    must ask Tom Steele on that one

  • Reply October 10, 2016

    Alan N Carla Smith

    Well it does say Messianic Times http://www.messianictimes.com

  • Reply October 10, 2016

    Varnel Watson

    Many could not see the black moon because it was very … dark

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