I tried to find the page where I had sent this before, but I kept getting an error message when I clicked on it. I sent it previously on July 18, and for some reason, those days immediately following that don't allow me to click on them. I wanted to refer Joan to that previous post, but here it is again. Thanks!
I have removed all old letters prior to July 23.
One way to retrieve old letters is to use the archive site: http://www.archive.org/
July 18, 2010
Over the last few years, there have been several people who have seen, heard, etc., the number 21. I recall David Daughtrey being one of them, in relation to his vision.
On November 4, 2003, at 1950 Universal Time (it was 2:50 in the afternoon here in CST and 10:50 p.m in Jerusalem), the largest solar flare ever recorded erupted from the sun. (http://www.spaceweather.com/archive.php?view=1&day=05&month=11&year=2003)
It was the 11th of 11 x-flares and saturated their measuring instruments for 11 minutes. It was impossible to measure accurately, but estimates put it between x-28 and x-48. Had it been earth-directed, it would have fried anyone in an unprotected location. As it was, it happened JUST, literally JUST before slipping around the back side of the sun. Much earlier, it would literally have killed possibly millions of people, and any later, we would have missed it. It happened exactly on the 10th of Cheshvan, the day that Noah was warned that the rain would start in seven days.
That was seven years ago, and it HAD to have been a "sign in the sun." There is no way it could be anything other than that. Danial Matson has recently written on the significance of this November being the possible start of the Tribulation. The flare was in the sun, therefore, it makes sense to measure the time from it by the sun - meaning "look for something this November."
However, it also makes sense to measure time from it biblically. When you add 7 360 day years to that date, it falls exactly on the 21st of Tishri, which is the seventh day of the Feast of Tabernacles. Here in the U.S., that is Tuesday, September 28, 2010. There is the day the Bible calls the "last day" or the "Great day of the Feast."
John 7:37 On the last and greatest day of the Feast, Jesus stood and said in a loud voice, "If anyone is thirsty, let him come to me and drink. 38Whoever believes in me, as[c] the Scripture has said, streams of living water will flow from within him." 39By this he meant the Spirit, whom those who believed in him were later to receive. Up to that time the Spirit had not been given, since Jesus had not yet been glorified. (NIV)
There is an 8th day of the Feast, and some people get confused and think that is what is being called "the last day." However, that day is separate, and if you study it carefully, it is clear that it is actually the 7th day that is the "last day." There is huge significance to this, because it is the last day that people live in their booths. For the 8th day, they are back in their real homes. So, it is on the 7th day that the moving occurs. That seventh day is the 21st of Tishri.
Check out these uses of the phrase "last day":
Including this one: John 11:24 Martha saith unto him, I know that he shall rise again in the resurrection at the last day.
Something to think about, anyway -