The Final Fortnight
"Then being with child, she cried out in labor and in pain to give birth." - Revelationi12:2
Tishri 4 straddled September 23-24 on the Gregorian calendar last fall. At that time, the constellation Virgo appeared as it was described in Revelation 12. Many of us thought an imminent harpazo was being signified, and I confess to being among those who were disappointed when the rapture did not occur.
The Revelation 12 sign of September 23, 2017 is now fading into history. Many still think it was significant, and I'm among them. But the significance is concealed. I've pretty much concluded that it was a message, but not intended for me. It certainly may be that the message was for the Jews.
When the sign was seen before, or perhaps at the time of, the birth of Christ, it was apparently two years between the sighting of the sign and its impact on the Jews. If that's a pattern, we still have some waiting to do.
But one certainty remains stark and unchanging: One of these days, we will see Jesus Christ face to face. What Jesus said to His disciples, He also says to us: "Watch!" (Mark 13:37)
An Interesting Alignment Of Dates — Adding an exact number of weeks in the healthy gestational range from each of the 2017 signs lands precisely on a major biblical festival or significant biblical date in 2018.
Anoint the Most Holy — This final event must take place before Daniel's 70th 'week' is complete, and it cannot be accomplished during "great tribulation."
The Epic Event — There is no command in the book of Hebrews to attend weekly church meetings. The admonition regarding the 'assembling of ourselves together' is a lot more exciting, and a lot more relevant.
The Grand Insult — For those who want just enough Christianity to stay out of hell, a painful surprise may be in store.
How To Prepare For the End of the World — Five steps anybody can take to prepare for the end of the world and the establishment of a righteous one-world government under Jesus Christ.
Looking In the Wrong Places — There is only one way to determine your identity that cannot be shaken, one foundation that cannot be taken away from you.