Nicole (17 Dec 2011)
Hong: The Moth has always represented the
Rapture to me since 2004"
Halfway down the page check out the
picture: MY MOTH IS JESUS....and the moth transforms as it
"resurrects" on the cross! http://www.bible-codes.org/SARS_bible_code-SARS-1.htm
And see the question he poses: How does a night creature, a moth, upon a
cross symbolize the Lord Jesus?
Jesus transforms and flies away! Reminds me of
the Bible verse that we will be transformed like in the
Bible verse I Corinthians 15:52!!!!!!!!!
before the Indonesian tsunami a moth landed on my curtain
during prayer. A couple of years later when my
cousin died from a drunk driving accident, I went into
Target and I did not know my cousin had died. My
mother had not called me yet, but there was a little boy
lying on the floor in the women's clothing section and
yelled out to his mother, LOOK MOM A DEAD MOTH!
LOL! So the moth to me that is alive and flying
around (there are not that many moths around where I live
and I don't leave all the lights on) and lands on me or in
my son's hand has always been a sign of the
rapture. A moth that is dead has only been once
and it was for someone that died and went into
hell. Clearly, this is a small sign for
the use of night creatures by God is
fascinating. My son had a dream of the bat being
used as judgment by God. I think night creatures
are beautiful and I have always had a sense of peace at
night time with the stars and the moon because I used to
work the night shift. Weird fascination, but it
is not an indication of the darkness of my heart, just a
fascination of the beauty.