Ray Schulz (2
"MY VISION OF THE 2 LOAVES - Part 2"
To The Five Doves:
About 3 am on Sunday August 1 a voice spoke these words to me: "You know what I would do."
only possible way for me to know what God "would do" would be for Him
to tell me. Certainly the Bible tells us many things God would do, but
there are so many that it seems unlikely this is what the Holy Spirit
meant. However, on June 1 of last year the Holy Spirit did tell me
something specific He would do. In a vivid and unforgettable dream I
saw two identical objects lying side-by-side. I did not understand what
these objects were. Then a voice said, "It will come soon; it will come
soon." I immediately associated these words with the coming rapture of
the Church, but I could not understand what "soon" really meant, and I
did not understand why the voice spoke the same message twice. However,
I thought the words might indicate it would happen in two weeks, two
months or two years.
Only later did I realize that the two
puzzling objects were unbaked loaves of bread; not of the short, plump
shape you now find in grocery stores, but narrow and much longer, like
the loaves formed by hand that used to be baked in simple outdoor
ovens. Then for some reason that I cannot explain, I connected this
vision with the two loaves of the firstfruits offering of Pentecost
The offering of the sheaf (the firstfruits of
the barley harvest) during the Feast of Unleavened Bread inaugurates
the barley harvest, which subsequently ends 50 days later at Pentecost.
Then at Pentecost the offering of the two loaves (the firstfruits of
the wheat harvest) initiates the wheat harvest. Now if the biblical
duration of the barley harvest is 50 days, then wouldn't the biblical
duration of the wheat harvest also be 50 days? And what will happen
after the wheat harvest ends? Most Christians who are eagerly looking
for the return of Jesus Christ recognize that the marriage of Ruth and
Boaz in the book of Ruth parallels the coming marriage of the Church
and her Bridegroom, Jesus Christ. Ruth gleaned in the fields of Boaz
during the barley harvest, and she continued to glean in his fields
until the end of the wheat harvest (Ruth 2:23). Then after the end of
the wheat harvest, Boaz (a biblical type of Jesus Christ) took Ruth (a
believing Gentile, representing the Church) as his wife (Ruth 4:10).
thought my vision of the two loaves might indicate that it would happen
in two weeks, two months or two years. This summer will see the second
wheat harvest after the vision. IF it is true that the biblical
duration of both the barley harvest and the wheat harvest is 50 days,
then those who are eagerly looking for the rapture of the Church
should be watching for Him right now because the biblical end of the
second wheat harvest after my vision has just recently happened (July
19, 50 days after Pentecost, May 23).
The Holy Spirit told me,
"You know what I would do." What I have written here is only my
personal interpretation of what the Holy Spirit meant by these words.
Carefully consider the words of the Holy Spirit, but please do not get
unduly caught up in my interpretation. But the end of all things is at
hand: be ye therefore sober, and watch unto prayer - 1 Peter 4:7.
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