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    • #76582

      Here’s a good article on the qualifications of Rosh Hashanah as the time of the rapture:

      Rapture 2021: The Feast of Trumpets

      Not to say that it can’t happen before then, as it seems so near by current events, etc.  But the rapture-related names for Rosh Hashanah are compelling:

      “Jewish names and themes for this feast include:

      Rosh HaShanah – ‘Head of the year’ / Tishrei 1 is the first day of the Jewish new year in their civil calendar. It is the anniversary of the creation of Adam and Eve.

      Yom Teruah – ‘Day of Awakening Blast’ / Jewish belief is that the resurrection of the dead will occur on the feast of Trumpets.

      The Last Trumpet – On this day, there are 100 trumpet blasts. The final, long, and most significant trumpet blast is called ‘the last trump’.

      Yom Zikaron – ‘Day of Remembrance’ / A day on which the chosen people remember God, and God remembers them.

      Yom Hadin – ‘Day of Judgment’ / God opens the books on that day and judges the righteous and the wicked according to what they had done.

      Yom Hamelech – the Day of the Coronation of the King.

      The time of Jacob’s trouble – There shall be great tribulation in Israel such as never was since there was a nation.

      Yom Hakeseh – The Hidden Day / It was ‘hidden’ because they didn’t know the exact day it would begin due to the fact that it is the only feast that starts on a new moon. Thus it was a two day feast because they didn’t want to celebrate it on the wrong day. Concerning Rosh HaShanah, the Jews would typically say “Of that day and hour no one knows.”

      The Opening of the Gates of Heaven / The Gate of Heaven is opened on Rosh HaShanah so the righteous nation may enter.

      The Wedding of Messiah / The blowing of the heavenly trumpet is a call for the entire, true, bride of God to assemble together.”

    • #76583

      Matthew 24:36-37
      New King James Version
      No One Knows the Day or Hour
      36 “But of that day and hour no one knows, not even the angels of heaven, but My Father only. 37 But as the days of Noah were, so also will the coming of the Son of Man be.

      In the above verse, Jesus could be naming not the year, but the time of year, Rosh Hashanah.  This is indicated by the following quote from the above article:

      “Thus it was a two day feast because they didn’t want to celebrate it on the wrong day. Concerning Rosh HaShanah, the Jews would typically say “Of that day and hour no one knows.””

    • #76584

      The article ends by talking about 9/11, the attack on the twin towers in NYC.  At the time I remembered thinking it could be a week’s warning till the rapture as Rosh Hashanah was on 9/18 in 2001.  However 20 years have passed since then and I wonder now if there is a Biblical significance to the number 20 in the Bible.  This is from an internet search:

      “The Number 20
      Twenty means a complete or perfected waiting period.
      -Jacob waited 20 years to take possession of his wives and property and be freed from the
      control of Laban, his father-in-law (Genesis 31:38-41).
      -For 20 years the children of Israel waited to be freed from Jabin, king of Canaan, who
      oppressed them. Finally, Deborah and Barak were raised up by God to free the people
      from bondage (Judges 4-5).
      -In the days of the Prophet Samuel, the Philistines battled Israel and seized their Ark of
      the Covenant. This resulted in such calamities on the Philistines that after seven months
      they sent it back to the Israelites. The Ark ended up in the city of Kirjath-jearim, several
      miles west of the Holy City, and it was some 20 years before it was returned to Jerusalem
      (1 Samuel 5-7).”

    • #76585

      Sounds GREAT! :good:

      I’m also wondering if THIS is also a clue … the final 2 verses of the Bible are numbered  20-21  ….  2021 ;-)    With this awesome promise ….


      Revelation 22:20-21

      20 He which testifieth these things saith, Surely I come quickly. Amen. Even so, come, Lord Jesus.

      21 The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all. Amen.


      :flyup: :flyup: :flyup: :flyup: :flyup: :flyup: :flyup: :flyup: :flyup: :flyup: :flyup:

    • #76588

      Hi Geri, that is interesting about 20-21.  I believe there are many hidden messages in the Bible.

      This is kind of interesting about the above article I posted.  He wrote it before Rosh Hashsanah in 2020.  I kind of wonder why he didn’t anticipate the rapture for that year but skipped a year to 2021.

      • #76590

        Because of the age of Israel being 73 in 2021 — given the 7 years of tribulation for God to judge Israel, then they will be 80 :… the years of a man …” the age of Moses when he returned to Egypt with his Gentile bride to remove Israel from the land; the length of time Jospeh “ruled” Egypt; The number of days once the ark landed before the Dove was finally gone (let the dove out, she came back, he waited 7 days and let the dove out again and she brought back the olive branch) So many different levels of revelation to understand an infinite God.

    • #76602

      20 years after 9/11. Quite significant.

      Things are speedily coming together. This next 6 weeks could be very interesting.

      I think there is a very real possibility of the Rapture in September.

    • #76611
      James Callaway

      I am an anytime Rapture believer. IMHO if the Rapture is to happen on a holiday, I’ve felt Shavuot and Tu B’Av to be the best dates.


    • #76612

      More than interesting, hopefully illuminating!

      Anytime for sure!  Yet the Fall season fast approaches!


    • #76614

      As for the rapture happening anytime, I just saw a Bible Code for it to happen today!  Tu B’Av is coming shortly; July 23-24, starting tomorrow according to


    • #76615

      I’m hoping before my wedding anniversary on the 31st!


    • #76616

      This Week’s Sky at a Glance, July 16 – 24

      Above is an interesting sign in the sky that happened yesterday.  Venus aligned with Regulus in the constellation Leo.  Leo stands for Messiah coming in Judgment and Venus respresents Jesus.  Jesus said in Revelation “I am the bright and morning star” which is Venus.

      Revelation 22:16
      “I, Jesus, have sent My angel to testify to you these things in the churches. I am the Root and the Offspring of David, the Bright and Morning Star.”

      Venus aligning with Regulus which is at the bottom of the sickle of Leo looks like Jesus ready to reap a harvest.  This alignment comes now and then as I have seen it before, I’m not sure how often.

      Here’s a quote from “Witness of the Stars” on the constellation of Leo representing Messiah coming in judgment:

      “The brightest star, α (on the Ecliptic), marks the heart of the Lion (hence sometimes called by the moderns, Cor Leonis, the heart of the Lion). Its ancient name is Regulus, which means treading under foot. The next star, β, also of the 1st magnitude (in the tip of the tail), is named Denebola, the Judge or Lord who cometh. The star γ (in the mane) is called Al Giebha (Arabic), the exaltation. The star δ (on the hinder part of the back) is called Zosma, shining forth.

      [pg 165]Other stars, not identified, are named Sarcam (Hebrew), the joining; intimating that here is the point where the two ends of the Zodiacal circle have their joining. Another star has the name of Minchir al Asad (Arabic), the punishing or tearing of the Lion. Another is Deneb Aleced, the judge cometh who seizes. And another is Al Dafera (Arabic), the enemy put down.”

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