Rosh Hashanah next high watch date for rapture

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    • #101928
      Earthangel
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      We have less than 50 days to find out if the rapture happens this Rosh Hashanah, Sept. 26, 27, 28?  One calendar puts the new moon as first visible on the 27th.

      This Mark Blitz video came in my email from a fellow watcher.  Mark Blitz has been watching for Rosh Hashanah since spring, here’s why:

       

    • #101929
      Vicki
      Participant

      This has been a high watch date for years for me. Loved the video!

      Could it be in about 48 days?!?!

      :yahoo: :prayer-hands:

       

    • #101939
      Vicki
      Participant

      I am cautiously optimistic!

      The book “88 Reasons…” by Edgar

      Whisenant re-enforced it!

      Do love this group and the

      mutual love for Jesus!  Hope to meet

      soon! :heart:

       

       

       

    • #101940
      Earthangel
      Participant

      Hi, That booklet, 88 Reasons Why the Rapture is in 1988, was on my coffee table for years; not sure what happened to it.  1988 was really the first year of my rapture watch but that actually started before I saw the booklet; the booklet just confirmed my watch.  Now I have been watching for half of my lifetime, and now I just gave away my age! :rose: :groan

    • #101958
      tenderreed
      Participant

      Again, we don’t need to be here to see temple rebuilt!  And for all the tie in’s to Jewish feast days, it will still take 3 1/2 years for their 2 thousand years of blindness to be broken only after the AC declares himself to be God!

      So whatever day the Rapture occurs seems to be a mute point in my opinion!  For all the proofs that God has already given Israel already!

      TR

    • #101959
      tenderreed
      Participant

      For if the Rapture itself doesn’t speak to Jewish hearts why would a date tied into a Jewish feast day???

      Which begs the question, is their blindness of Jesus ordained of God?!  Ergo He speaking in parables while with them!?

      For their stiff necks, unbelief and constant idol worship!

      TR

    • #101965
      tenderreed
      Participant

      Christ’s ministry lasted 3 1/2 years and they received Him not!

      3 1/2 years into tribulation and they still will not receive Him!

      So if the Rapture should fall on a Feast day what purpose would it serve!?

      TR

    • #101993
      Earthangel
      Participant

      The Jews have a lot of beliefs already about Rosh Hashana, see link below:

      10 Signs the Rapture could happen on the Feast of Trumpets!

      For example, if the dead were resurrected this Rosh Hashana, some might believe, reference reason 2 at above link:

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

      Also Jesus may have been speaking their lingo and referring to his coming back on Rosh Hashanah when he said regarding the time of the rapture that no man would know the day or the hour, reference reason 8 at above link:

      8. 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.”

      Then again, if the 7 year tribulation starts shortly thereafter, there is another tie-in to Rosh Hashanah, reference #7 at above link:

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

      So to me, Rosh Hashanah is a high watch every year, for all the reasons and verses listed at the above site.  Even more so, this year for the probability that it is a shemitah year, possibly starting a jubilee year.  However, it is a high watch, not a given, because we can never be certain our count of years is correct as so much time has gone by.  I think the shemitah speculation is mostly based on what has happened with Israel coming back to the land in the last century.

      Then again, there is Luis Vega’s timeline where the 2520 days of the tribulation line up perfectly starting on Shemini Atzeret (the last day of the Jewish fall festivals this year), with midpoint landing on a Passover and the last day ending on a Rosh Hashanah.  I wonder how often that lineup happens?

      https://nebula.wsimg.com/e516230c8c68e2d3b23baead534c7ae0?AccessKeyId=D40106E1331C24ABD7C3&disposition=0&alloworigin=1

    • #101995
      Earthangel
      Participant

      I’m not one to get caught up in remarks about Jews coming late to belief in Yeshua.  There are many messianic Jews that have come to belief already; I am always learning interesting things concerning God coming from the Jewish aspect taught by Jonathan Cahn, Rabbi Sobel and Rabbi Schneider on Christian TV and feel especially blessed when they pray for and bless the audience.

      Though the majority may “come late to the party”, so it is also with the gentiles, as the church is really only a select few made up of both Jew and gentile at the time of the rapture.  Then after that, it is 144,000 Jews who take up evangelizing during the tribulation.  After the tribulation, this is said about the Jews in Zechariah:

      Zechariah 8:22-23

      New King James Version

      22 Yes, many peoples and strong nations
      Shall come to seek the Lord of hosts in Jerusalem,
      And to pray before the Lord.’
      23 “Thus says the Lord of hosts: ‘In those days ten men from every language of the nations shall grasp the sleeve of a Jewish man, saying, “Let us go with you, for we have heard that God is with you.” ’ ”

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