Each New Years eve I usually read the Psalms corresponding to the upcoming year according to JR Churches theory and book. Friday evening as I write this something stood out to me that I’ve never noticed before. Notice the very first phrase in Psalms 111, 112, & 113 “Praise ye the Lord” occurring the same in consecutive chapters. Then I noticed the phrase “Praise ye the Lord” in Psalms 146, 147, 148, 149 & 150 the end of the Psalms – Same phrase 5 consecutive chapters. This same phrase meaning Hallelu-Yah. I also found an article that gives much more in depth analysis on the Psalms thought to cover the tribulation years 111-118 a very good read I thought
I cannot find the same phrases repeating anywhere else in the Psalms as they do here. I know – some will say that the chapter splits are man’s conception as well as un-inspired and these are hymns meant to read in an uncut, undivided manner. Still the pattern and location is very interesting. I also thought I had remembered reading somewhere another theory about the Psalms relating in some way to the months past year 2000 though I can’t reproduce it. I thought it might prove interesting to see what month number these fall in the 2011-2018 frame.
My thoughts are perhaps the first three phrases in 111,112,113 introduce something prophetically significant in the Psalm/year relation starting Jan 2011 and the 5 phrases in 146-150 .... may be a Psalms/month significance. I don’t remember whether the beginning of the month count was Jan 2000 or 2001 nevertheless as I figure it, the second set of phrases may land somewhere around March of 2012 or 2013 the start of chapter 146.
I hope this revives inspiration and hope for those having hedged their bets on a 2010 rapture. 2011 appears to be very significant and certainly doesn’t call for any depressed hearts on Jan 1, 2011!!!!
Happy New Year and God’s richest blessings for all!