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    • #10029
      2ndcoming
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      Daniel 7:25 And he shall speak great words against the most High, and shall wear out the saints of the most High, and think to change times and laws: and they shall be given into his hand until a time and times and the dividing of time.

      Revelation 12:7 And I heard the man clothed in linen, which was upon the waters of the river, when he held up his right hand and his left hand unto heaven, and sware by him that liveth for ever that it shall be for a time, times, and an half; and when he shall have accomplished to scatter the power of the holy people, all these things shall be finished.

      “they shall be given into his hand”, and “to scatter the power of the holy people”, both point to the tragedy of Israelis. They shall be given to the beast for a time, times, and half time. Let’s examine this “time, times, and half time”, and compare to 1290 days.

      I have 1335 days ended on Tammuz 26 July 31 Shavuot 2027. To be more exact, it ends on sundown Tammuz 25 July 30. Subtract 45 days from July 30, we have 1290 days ended on June 15.

      1335 days ends on July 30 2027

      1290 days ends on June 15 2027

      To calculate the beginning of 1290 days, we subtract 1290 days from June 15 2027, we get Dec 3 Kislev 20 2023. Because all the dates are related to the Jews, we need to stick to their Hebrew date for study.

      Kislev 20 Dec 3 2023 ——- 1290 days ——- Sivan 10 June 15 2027

      On Kislev 20 2023, AC shall place the abomination on the temple. God remembers this act as “the time” in “time, times, and half time”.

      “time, times, and half time” is explained as below.

      “time” is Kislev 20 Dec 21 2024, first anniversary of abomination

      “times” are Kislev 20 Dec 10 2025, Kislev 20 Nov 30 2026, second and third anniversary of abomination respectively

      “half time” is a bit tricky. We need to calculate the median between Kislev 20 2026 and Kislev 20 2027.

      Between Kislev 20 Nov 30 2026 and Kislev 20 Dec 20 2027, there are 385 days. Half of 385 days is 192.5 days. Round it to zero, we have 193 days. Add 193 days to Kislev 20 Nov 30 2026, “half time” comes to June 11 Sivan 6 2027, which is only 4 days from June 15 2027 the last day of 1290 days.

      Make it simple. When AC places the abomination on the temple on Kislev 20 2023, God remembers his act as “the time”. By adding “time, times, and half time”, we come to Sivan 6 June 11 2027. On that day, Jesus breaks the chain and the power AC has on the holy people (because he can only has power over them for a time, times, and half time). And few days later, on June 15 2027, Jesus throws the beast and the false prophet into the lake of fire. This should end the abomination which lasts 1290 days.

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    • #10030
      2ndcoming
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      Also, using this timeline,we can explain the mystery of the seven weeks.

      Daniel 9:25 is divided into two parts. The first part is the seven weeks. It is read as below;

      Daniel 9:25 Know therefore and understand, that from the going forth of the commandment to restore and to build Jerusalem, shall be seven weeks, the street shall be built again, and the wall, even in troublous times.

      The week in Hebrew is shabua, which is also understood as seven days. So, seven weeks basically means seven ( seven days) or simply 49 days.

      Jesus breaks the power of the beast and liberates his people Israel on Sivan 6 2027, when “time, times, and half time” is complete. On this day, there is a going forth of commandment to restore and build Jerusalem. Adding 49 days to Sivan 6, we come to the eve of Tammuz 26 as the completion of restoration of Jerusalem. On that day, there is an offering. Jesus is the High Priest, with remnant of Israel and gentiles believers represent the two loaves of bread. I suspect God the father may come down from heaven to participate this special event.

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    • #10031
      2ndcoming
      Participant

      On Leviticus 23:15-16, after the seven sabbath, God commands them to count another fifty days which comes to Tammuz 26. When we link that fifty days to Daniel’s seven (seven days), we can see the parallel there. On the morrow after the seven sabbath, which is Sivan 6, God wants them to number 50 days, because in future, when Jesus comes back, this is the day the commandment will go forth to restore and to build Jerusalem. May be God has reserved these 50 days for Jesus to fulfill.

       

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    • #10048
      2ndcoming
      Participant

      Let me repeat my illustration process. First I identify 1335 days ended on Tammuz 26 2027 by observing the mystery number 153, and the feast Yahweh shall remember through the secret of 12 minor prophets Hebrew names. Then I used Tammuz 26 2027 to find out the last day of 1290 days, and the beginning of it which is Kislev 20 2023.

      Kislev 20 2023 AC shall place the abomination on the altar. God remembers this day, and marks it as time, times, and half time in the subsequent years. Half time comes to Sivan 6 2027. Since AC can only have power over the Jews for a time, times, and half time, it also places Jesus’ return on half time which is Sivan 6 2027. Jesus shall break the chain and power AC has on his people Israel on Sivan 6 2027. A commandment shall also go forth on that day to restore and to build Jerusalem. In Leviticus 23:15-16, God told Israelis to count another fifty days after Sivan 6. It may due to God reserving these fifty days for Jesus to fulfill after he comes back on Sivan 6. We also find this parallel in Daniel seven weeks prophecy, which is seven shabua or simply 49 days, Jerusalem shall be built in troublous times. While the 49 days beginning from Sivan 6 2027 points to the eve of Tammuz 26, the 50 days points to Tammuz 26. They both are the same.

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    • #10049
      2ndcoming
      Participant

      In the entire book of Daniel. Daniel is only given time, times, and half time, 1290 days, and 1335 days. 1260 days is omitted. I think the answer is simple. God wants us to look at the “half time”, not 1260 days. If we can calculate when the “half time” is, then we should know which date Jesus shall return. And in my illustration, “half time” appears on Sivan 6 which bears significance because Sivan 6 is the seven sabbath in Leviticus 23:15-16. It is also the date Yahweh descent on Mount Sinai. Jesus may follow suit and descends on earth on Sivan 6, and breaks the power of AC has on his people Israel. Adding 50 days from Leviticus 23:16, we come to Tammuz 26 as the completion of restoration of Jerusalem. An offering which is commanded by God shall be held on that day. Jesus is the High Priest, with remnant of Israel and the gentiles believers represent the two loaves of bread. This should wrap up the tribulation.

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    • #10096
      2ndcoming
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      Daniel 7:25 And he shall speak great words against the most High, and shall wear out the saints of the most High, and think to change times and laws: and they shall be given into his hand until a time and times and the dividing of time.

      I believe I have just unlocked another mystery. God only allows His people Israel fallen into AC’s hand for a time, times, and dividing of time. Simply put, Jesus returns right at the “dividing of time” or “half time”, and breaks the chain and power AC has on his people Israel. Question is, can we calculate the “half time”?

      From my last post, I did manage to calculate the “half time” based on 1335 days ended on Tammuz 26 2027. “Half time” appears on Sivan 6 2027. God the Father descent on mount Sinai on that day. Jesus may follow suit and returns to earth on the same day,i.e, Sivan 6. God also commands Israelis to count fifty days from Sivan 6 in Leviticus 23:16. There must be a purpose for God to do so. My speculation is, God has reserved this fifty days for Jesus to fulfill, after he comes back to earth on Sivan 6, to give forth the commandment to restore and to build Jerusalem on that day. Adding fifty days from Sivan 6, we come to Tammuz 26, the completion of restoration of Jerusalem. There shall be an offering on that day too.

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    • #10097
      2ndcoming
      Participant

      There are two possibilities for rapture to take place based on this timeline. 1335 days ends on Tammuz 26 2027. If there is no extra days given in 2520 days, then subtract 2520 days from Tammuz 26 2027, we come to Sept 4 2020 as the rapture and beginning of tribulation.

      Sept 4 2020 Rapture ——- 2520 days ——— Tammuz 26 2027 End of 1335 days

      If there is extra days given, then by subtracting 2520 days from Sivan 6 2027 the day Jesus returns, we have July 17 Tammuz 25 2020 as the rapture and beginning of tribulation.

      Tammuz 25 July 17 2020 Rapture —— 2520 days—— Sivan 6 2027 “half time” , Second Coming of Jesus —— 50 days ——– Tammuz 26 2027 End of 1335 days

      On the latter scenario, it is very interesting to see rapture happen on Tammuz 25 which is the eve of Tammuz 26. Paul in 1 Corinthians 15 talks about the order of resurrection.

      1 Corinthians 15:23 But every man in his own order: Christ the firstfruits; afterward they that are Christ’s at his coming. 24 Then cometh the end,

      The three orders of resurrection are

      1/ Christ the first fruit, which was fulfilled on the first fruit in 32 AD

      2/ afterward they that are Christ’s at his coming, The church is “they that are Christ’s”. This is the rapture.

      3/ then come the end. The end is the end of tribulation when martyred saints are resurrected (Revelation 20:4)

      If all these resurrection follows the pattern of Jesus’ resurrection, that is, they all happen during the first fruit, then my timeline becomes very interesting.

      Leviticus 23:15 And ye shall count unto you from the morrow after the sabbath, from the day that ye brought the sheaf of the wave offering; seven sabbaths shall be complete: 16 Even unto the morrow after the seventh sabbath shall ye number fifty days; and ye shall offer a new meat offering unto the LORD. 17 Ye shall bring out of your habitations two wave loaves of two tenth deals: they shall be of fine flour; they shall be baken with leaven; they are the firstfruits unto the LORD.

      they are the first fruit unto the LORD

      On Tammuz 26, which is fifty days from the seven sabbath, the offering on that day is also known as the firstfruit by God. From my timeline, I have rapture the second phase of resurrection on the eve of Tammuz 26 the first fruit. I also have 1335 days ended on Tammuz 26 2027 which is also the first fruit. My belief is the third phase of resurrection of martyred saints shall take place on that day also, hence completes the three orders of resurrection on the first fruit.

      Tammuz 25 2020 second phase of first fruit resurrection, they that are Christ’s , rapture ——- 2520 days ——- Sivan 6 2027 “half time”, “dividing of time”, Second Coming of Jesus ——- 50 days ——– Tammuz 26 2027 Third phase of first fruit resurrection, martyred saints from tribulation, end of 1335 days

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    • #10101
      Geri7
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      Hi 2nd Coming,

      According to Trump’s peace deal … he is giving the Palestinians a 4 year window to get on board and accept the deal.  Sorry to be a Debbie Downer :-(  but I’m wondering now if we were given a HUGE clue that the rapture won’t happen until 2024?   If that is the case … can you crunch in the numbers to see if the 2nd Coming will still fall on a Jewish Feast Day?

      Or does this mean the rapture can still happen in summer 2020 or 2021 and there is a looooong gap period before G/M war and the AC confirming the deal/including the Temple to be built, etc. and the kick off of the tribulation?

      Would love to know your thoughts on this latest development with the 4 year window. :thankyou

       

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    • #10106
      2ndcoming
      Participant

      Geri7,

      I won’t pay too much attention to Trump’s peace plan, as I expect it will fail, just like all the predecessors. But since you want me to look beyond 2020 to 2027 timeline, I have looked at 2021 to 2028 timeline.

      Tammuz 26 falls on sundown July 19 2028. This is the end of 1335 days. Subtract 45 days from it, we have June 4 2028 as the end of 1290 days. Subtract 1290 days from it, we have November 22 Cheshvan 21 2024 as the beginning of 1290 days.

      time   Cheshvan 21 2025 the first anniversary of abomination

      times   Cheshvan 21 2026 and Cheshvan 21 2027 the second and third anniversary of abomination respectively

      half time   Iyyar 21 May 17 2028, half between Cheshvan 21 2027 and Cheshvan 21 2028

      “Half time” comes to Iyyar 21 2028 which is not a feast day. I doubt if Jesus will come back on this day because Iyyar 21 is not significant at all.

      You can go on with this pattern and work on 2022 to 2029, 2023 to 2030, 2024 to 2031 timeline, to see where the “half time” is. Let me know if any of this “half time” rest on a feast day.

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    • #10127
      MyWhiteStone
      Moderator

      Geri, my favorite assumptions at the moment: the four years for Palestinians to accept the deal would be in the vicinity of the time of the Abomination of Desolation — the 3 1/2 year mark.  But this plan will be completely modified by the Rapture and the G/M war.

      By the 3 1/2 years point the temple will have been already completed and used for sacrifice and offerings.  I believe the AC begins the seven year covenant replacing this Deal, only after we’re gone.  The AC puts an end to the sacrifice and offerings.

      The G/M war that will have happened already, soon now, will have made building the temple on the temple mount possible.  And the Trump plan will be a distant irrelevant memory, including the four year Palestinian cogitation provision.

      But what do I know?  Yeah, you got it.  But are there any glaring problems with my G/M and Rapture vs 42 weeks proposal?

      I hate to wait 2ndcoming’s possible extra year, by the way.   Perish the thought!!!!  A pox upon it!!!!! :-( :negative:

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    • #10128
      2ndcoming
      Participant

      I just did another calculation. This time I used the same pattern again, and worked on 2022 to 2029 timeline. “Half time” occurs on Iyyar 20 2029. Iyyar 20 is not significant at all. I doubt if Jesus shall return on that day. So far out of 2020 to 2027 timeline, 2021 to 2028 timeline, 2022 to 2029 timeline, 2020 to 2027 is the most significant because “half time” occurs on Sivan 6 2027. God descent on mount Sinai on Sivan 6. Jesus may follow suit and comes back on Sivan 6. Also, from Daniel’s seven weeks prophecy, which may imply seven ( seven days) or simply 49 days, a commandment shall go forth to restore and to build Jerusalem when Jesus comes back on Sivan 6. Adding 49 days to Sivan 6, we come to the eve of Tammuz 26 the real Shavuot.  The restoration of Jerusalem is complete on this day. Celebration continues with an offering made to God the Father on that day. Jesus is the High Priest, with remnant of Israel and gentiles believers make up the two loaves of bread. Martyred saints shall also be resurrected on the same day. This should wrap up the horrible 7 years tribulation.

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    • #10129
      2ndcoming
      Participant

      Going back to Geri7 question of Trump’s 4 years plan, I can see Trump’s ambition there. “Keep me in office for another 4 years so that I can implement the four years plan”. Other than this reason, I can’t think of any for Trump to put a 4 years clause there.

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      • #10131
        Geri7
        Participant

        Good point 2nd Coming.   Trump is a successful business man and the art of the deal is to use strategy … so to stay in office another 4 more years he pulled out his 4 of Spades Trump card as the deadline timeframe.   B-)

         

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    • #10132
      2ndcoming
      Participant

      Boy, good that he didn’t put a 8 years clause there. Otherwise he may have to change the constitution to accommodate his three terms of presidency. LOL

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    • #10230
      2ndcoming
      Participant

      Revelation 2:10 Fear none of those things which thou shalt suffer: behold, the devil shall cast some of you into prison, that ye may be tried; and ye shall have tribulation ten days: be thou faithful unto death, and I will give thee a crown of life.

      This ten days of tribulation has intrigued many of us for decades. It can’t be literal because there is no historical evidence to suggest early church believers have suffered a ten days of tribulation from the devil. This ten days has to be figurative. Using my previous post “time, times and half time” can explain this ten days.

      From 2020 to 2027 timeline, I have calculated “half time” “dividing of time” falls on Sivan 6 2027. Anti Christ is given power and authority by God for “a time, times, and half time”. It speaks of Jesus coming back on “half time” to crush his power and authority on Israelis. Simply put, Jesus is coming back on Sivan 6 2027.

      The ascension of Jesus took place on Iyyar 25 32 AD after he spent forty days with his disciples. Since his departure, church has entered a tribulation and persecution era by the devil. Many believers who stood firm on their faith has been killed either directly from the devil or the devil advocates. This tribulation shall continue until Jesus comes back on Sivan 6 2027 and puts a stop on it.

      From Jesus’ departure on Iyyar 25, unto his second coming on Sivan 6, there are exactly ten days separating them. My conclusion is this ten days is the ten days of tribulation Jesus has spoken in Revelation 2:10.

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    • #10232
      2ndcoming
      Participant

      Let’s say Jesus does come back on Sivan 6 2027, to calculate the rapture date, we subtract 2520 days from Sivan 6 2027, we come to July 17 Tammuz 25 this year as the possible date for rapture. This shall place the three shepherds war by June. God cuts them off in one month. It takes us to July 17. Then bangs, booms, rapture. Let’s see if this is the case.

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    • #10233
      2ndcoming
      Participant

      What is so special about Tammuz 25? The real Shavuot falls on Tammuz 26. It was during this day Holy Spirit descent on the disciples. And Tammuz 26 begins on sundown Tammuz 25. If rapture does take place on sundown Tammuz 25, it means God is calling the church home together with Holy Spirit on the same date Holy Spirit descent on earth. Many of us have anticipated rapture on Shavuot/Pentecost, there we go, our wish may come true this year, except it is not Sivan 6, but Tammuz 26, the true Shavuot and Pentecost..

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    • #10242
      Geri7
      Participant

      I sense 2020 could really be the home going year!

      I just posted this on the 2020 off to a roaring start- better buckle up thread.

      From todays top headline news articles:

      – Erdogan hits out @ Arab “treason” over Trump’s Deal of the Century

      – Erdogan lashes out @ Gulf State for “betraying” Palestinians

      – PA trying to mobilize Arab states against Trump Plan

      – Trump ties & Iran fears – why Arab allies opting not to rebuke peace plan

      – Gantz vows to advance US peace plan immediately if elected PM

      – Not an inch:  Palestinians  @ Al-Aqsa vow to fight Trump’s plan

      – Palestinians, troops clash in W. Bank  thousands protest Trump plan in Jordan

      We got the G/M players upset and frustrated that they can’t convince their neighboring Arab muslims to reject the peace plan.  In their hatred/jealous rage I’m leaning towards they might try to take things into their own hands to disrupt the “peace” process by attacking Israel.  Will they dare do so while the church is still here?  In the past few weeks they sent a few missiles over to our embassy in Iraq.  I sense they are getting bolder.

      A few high watch dates I have jotted down are:

      March 8th   Watchman35 mention this day – something to do about an anniversary for Israel.  It also happens to be the day the NY Stock Exchange was founded and I was thinking perhaps the elite plan on making it crash on the same day of its birth?

      April 1st  

      April 12th (Easter)

      May 31st (Pentecost)

      I’m hoping the church disappears one of those high watch days but if we are still here for the summer that is fine too.   The way I see it … the Middle East is a time bomb ready to explode at any given moment.  I truly can’t see us being here beyond year 2020.

      I just found an old graduation picture of my grandmother.  Back then the average person graduated around 14-15 yrs old and those who wanted to be an Engineer, Dentist, Lawyer, etc. went on for higher education.  Her graduation class was June 1929 … everyone in the picture looked so happy and life seemed so promising. Who knew 4 months later Oct 24th the stock market would crash and the Great Depression came roaring in and their dreams were shattered.

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    • #10286
      Arthur
      Participant

      I have always been partial to a Shavuot/Pentecost rapture.

      I see Shavuot as the beginning and the end of the Church Age.

      In that fashion, Shavuot was half fulfilled with the pouring out of the a Holy Spirit and will be totally fulfilled when Jesus/Yeshua comes to take His Bride home.

      Then, the fall feasts will be fulfilled in rapid succession at the end of the Tribulation.

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    • #10300
      MyWhiteStone
      Moderator

      I’ve always favored a Shavuot Rapture but for the last couple years, and as 2ndcoming points out, I have favored the fifty more days proposal.  But who cares what I think?  My track record stinks! :cry: I stopped believing my own press releases a few years ago.

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    • #10319
      regina
      Participant

      That Shavuot when the HolySpirit came upon the believers was like getting an engagement gift from a bridegroom

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    • #10320
      regina
      Participant

      My track record stinks!

      me too

      He is coming though. He has an important wedding to attend on time

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    • #10395
      2ndcoming
      Participant

      So far I have Pentecost 2020 to Pentecost 2027 timeline. Here is the illustration.

      Pentecost/Shavuot Sundown Tammuz 25 2020 Rapture ————– 2520 days————–Sivan 6 2027 Second Coming of Jesus ———— 50 days———– Pentecost/Shavuot Tammuz 26 2027 End of 1335 days

      I have been wrong before. Hope this time I got this timeline right. Rapture on Pentecost 2020, and the 7 years tribulation also ends on Pentecost 2027. This also places Marriage Supper of the Lamb on Sivan 5 2027, one day before Jesus comes back on Sivan 6. And God’s last trump shall sound on Pentecost this year ( Sundown Tammuz 25). God’s first trump was sounded on Sivan 6 in 1446 BC. As we can see, all these important dates are written in Leviticus 23:15-16.

      And ye shall count unto you from the morrow after the sabbath (morrow after the sabbath is Nisan 16) , from the day that ye brought the sheaf of the wave offering; seven sabbaths shall be complete ( Sivan 5) : 16 Even unto the morrow after the seventh sabbath (Sivan 6 ) shall ye number fifty days ( Tammuz 26) ; and ye shall offer a new meat offering unto the LORD

      Rapture on the eve of Tammuz 26, Marriage Supper of the Lamb on Sivan 5, Jesus comes back on Sivan 6. God’s first trump  on Sivan 6, God’s last trump on the eve of Tammuz 26.  7 years tribulation ends on Tammuz 26, the last day of 1335 days.

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    • #10403
      tenderreed
      Participant

      Again, thanks for your study.  For the benefit of myself and others, I would find it helpful to have dates always translated into the Gregorian calendar.  As I don’t cross reference from the Hebrew calendar.  Especially in light of any statement with regards to the Rapture in particular.  I would guess this would be the case for many watchers.

      I don’t usually concern myself with calendar events so much if it is post Rapture!  At that point, who is right or wrong with the rest of God’s calendar will be for those left behind.  That said, it is then more helpful to me to better align current events in real time.  Much appreciated.

      TR

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    • #10405
      2ndcoming
      Participant

      TR, I just added the Gregorian date for you.

      Pentecost/Shavuot July 17 Sundown Tammuz 25 2020 Rapture——– 2520 days——- Sivan 6 June 11 2027 Second coming of Jesus ——- 50 days———– Pentecost/Shavuot Tammuz 26 July 31 2027 End of 1335 days

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      • #10409
        Geri7
        Participant

        I’m puzzled … I thought Pentecost lands on May 31, 2020?  How come you have July 17th?

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      • #10411
        2ndcoming
        Participant

        Geri7,

        You have missed the thread Tammie posted last year regarding the real date of Pentecost which is  50 days after Sivan 6. I have joined the discussion and came to conclude that Pentecost falls on Tammuz 26, not traditional view of Sivan 6.

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    • #10406
      tenderreed
      Participant

      Blessings to you brother.  Much appreciated.  Especially in lengthy threads, dates seem to get easily lost in my mind.  Aside from May, July will also be a high watch date for me to keep track of.  May, June and July being mid summer are automatically good watch dates.

      It is indeed my hope that as time draws near, we will have more info and possible confirmations in order to focus our watch upon!

      May the Lord enrich each of our hearts with His peace and assurances of His near return of calling us to be home with Him forevermore.  Indeed rightly dividing God’s prophetic word is quite daunting to say the least.

      Given that He has gone to all the trouble of giving us prophetic utterances it is only fitting that we try to understand them as best as possible.  Even after His word is fulfilled, we can only struggle with extent and degrees of fulfillment.

      But to look into the future with understanding is even better.  There is indeed a need for the study of end times even if this is all that we can leave for those left behind!

      May He continue to lead and guide your spirit into His divine mysteries.

      TR

       

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    • #10428
      2ndcoming
      Participant

      As we can see from this illustration, Jesus fulfills the Pentecost by calling his church home on Pentecost July 17 this year. He returns 50 days before the Pentecost in 2027, to prepare for the Pentecost offering on July 31.  During these 50 days, he captures the beast, false prophet, throws them into the lake of fire. He also gathers nations in the valley of Jehoshaphat, to plead with them for his people Israel. He also gathers remnant of Israel back to the promised land. By July 31 Pentecost, an offering will take place. Jesus is the High Priest, with remnant of Israel and gentiles believers being the two loaves of bread. Blessed is he who comes to this day. This is the end of 1335 days. My speculation is God the Father shall descend from heaven on that day, to partake this offering.

      A note here. Many Christians believe Pentecost has been fulfilled because Holy Spirit descent on disciples on that day. My view is it is partially fulfilled. To be 100% fulfilled, Jesus has to personally get involved with this feast. My illustration does point out how Jesus shall get involved with this feast.

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    • #10431
      tenderreed
      Participant

      I agree that Pentecost was only partially fulfilled.  Being the middle candle/feast on the Menorah it seems to me that Pentecost needed to be fulfilled in both Old and New Testament era’s.  And lastly, the prophetic significance of the fulfillment of Pentecost to help close out the old order and herald in a new one!

      TR

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    • #10443
      2ndcoming
      Participant

      Here’s the list of 1335 days, 1290 days, and 2300 days. I have mentioned these timeline before.

      Dec 3 Kislev 20 2023 AOD begins ——— 1335 days——– Pentecost Sundown July 30 Tammuz 25 2027 An offering takes place in this evening, blessed is he who comes to this day.

      Dec 3 Kislev 20 2023 AOD begins ——–1290 days of abomination ——- June 15 Sivan 10 2027 End of AOD

      Jesus comes back on June 11 Sivan 6 2027. Few days later, on June 15 Sivan 10, he captures the beast and the false prophet, and throws them into the lake of fire, hence ending the 1290 days of abomination.

      Feb 26 Purim 2021 Daily sacrifice is re-instituted and restored —— 2300 evening and morning of sacrifice——— June 15 Sivan 10 2027 Sanctuary is cleansed, Holy is restored by Jesus, AC and false prophet both are thrown into the lake of fire.

      This timeline goes in line with winter abomination foretold by Jesus in Matthew 24, and his return is close to summer, in Matthew 24 again.

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    • #10445
      2ndcoming
      Participant

      Here’s a re-post of “Which feast shall God remember?”, just in case some members have missed it.

      The feast God shall remember

      I have written in 2009 concerning the Hebrew names of twelve minor prophets which hides a secret from God. Here it goes.

      Hebrew meaning of twelve minor prophets’ name

      Hosea Salvation is the Lord

      Joel A worshiper of Yahweh

      Amos Borne by God

      Obadiah Servant of God

      Jonas Dove

      Micah Who is like God

      Nahum Comforter

      Habakkuk Embrace

      Zephaniah Concealed is the Lord

      Haggai My feast

      Zechariah Yahweh remembers

      Malachi Messenger

      Combine all these, we have the following;

      “Salvation is the Lord !”, said by a worshiper, borne by God, a servant of God, a dove.

      “Who is like God?” For he is a Comforter, and he embraces us.

      Concealed is the Lord. ” My Feast !” Yahweh remembers. A messenger he shall send.

      Which feast God shall remember? It can’t be Passover, Unleavened Bread, first fruit, or Rosh Hashanna, Yom Kippur and Tabernacle. Reason is simple. The Jews are still observing these feasts up to now. God sees them doing it every year. These feasts cannot be the feast God shall remember.

      To have a feast God shall remember, it has to be a feast who has been lost, long gone, forgotten by Israelis, and not practicing every year. ,

      The feast I am talking about is the real Shavuot/Pentecost which falls on Tammuz 26, instead of traditional view of Sivan 6. God told them to count 50 days beginning from Sivan 6. The early church disciples were still observing Pentecost on Tammuz 26. But since 70 AD, and the exile, they have lost this tradition and picked on the wrong date when they came back in 1948. But God has the twelve minor prophets name to reveal one day He shall remember this feast again, and sends a messenger for it.

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      tenderreed
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      Indeed the only thing the Lord forgets to remember is our sins!

      TR

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