I have really enjoyed reading all of your posts on Fivedoves. I have long been under the belief that the tribulation had to be 7 years long and that we believers had to be gone before that 7 years started. Now I am not so sure. It has been a stretch for me to think outside the box--especially where numbers are concerned. I am more of an English person than a math person. But you have made it easy to understand! I really liked the posts where you made the odds into short stories. There is no question about it that the numbers you have uncovered are NOT coincidental.
After reading your posts very carefully (and Ron Reese's new post about the NWO), however, there is one thing I just can't get past. J.R. Church and other prophecy scholars have written accounts that suggest the Psalms are prophetic lining up with years in recent history. For instance, Psalm 48 lines up with the year 1948, Psalm 67 lines up with the year 1967, etc. In addition, Psalms is the 19th book of the Bible, therefore Psalm 48 is book 19 psalm 48 (1948). If that is the case, then Psalm 111 would line up with 2011, 112 would parallel 2012, etc. These Psalms follow a menorah pattern. Psalm 111-113 start with "Praise the Lord." Psalm 114 has no "Praise the Lord." Psalms 115-117 end with, "Praise the Lord." They also illustrate a picture of the tribulation in the wording.
So my question to you is, how can the math you have presented (final 7 years =2008-2015)line up with the potentially prophetic Psalms (final 7 years = 2011-2017)? I only ask because it is the final straw of which I can't seem to let go. I know you are very busy, but if you can find the time, I look forward to reading your response on Fivedoves. Blessings to you and all of the work you are doing for the Lord. May He come quickly and find us in the center of His will!