Marilyn Agee (8 Aug 2011)
"Kristy McClendon:"Rapture more likely in 2011""

From: Marilyn Agee
Re: Kristy McClendon:"Rapture more likely in 2011" 
At the author said, "Number two the rapture can’t be this year 2009! For one, the day’s in-between the Feast of Trumpets 2009 and the Feast of Yom Kippur 2016, the Day of Atonement is 2,580 days. This is 30 days more than what Daniel says the number of days for the 7year covenant will last and 60 days longer than what Revelation allows. So this year can not be the rapture scripturally. Look for the rapture on the Feast of Trumpets in the month of September and October of each year where there is 86 moon duration like the year 2011 and you will be closer to what Scripture has revealed about the 7 year covenant and rapture lengths.
I enjoyed reading his ideas, and 2011 just may turn out to be the year of the First-Trump Rapture. One mistake he made was about the day of the  crucifixion. He said that Jesus was crucified on Thursday the 14th just as the priests were offering up the lambs.
It is true that he was crucified on Thursday. However, it was Nisan 13, not the 14th. The 14th was Passover.

John 19:14 says, "it was the PREPARATION of the passover, and about the sixth hour: and he saith unto the Jews, Behold your King!"

The preparation of the Passover was Thursday. Jesus died about 3 PM
Thursday. The Passover lambs were killed between the evenings, i.e., between 3 PM and 6 PM on Nisan 13. At 6 PM, Passover, Nisan 14, began. The lambs had to be roasted and eaten by midnight, which was just 6 hours later.

When the Israelites were in Egypt, they had to have the blood on the doorframe and the lamb roasted and eaten before the 6th hour, midnight, or they would have died at midnight.

Mt 12:40 says, "For as Jonas was three days and three nights in the whale's belly; so shall the Son of man be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth." Those were Thursday (night), Friday (day and night), Saturday (day and night), and Sunday (day). The resurrection was Sunday.

Marilyn Agee