Jill Hart (31 Jan 2012)
"June 5th 2012"

Because of a word I received from the Lord many years ago now
referring to the rapture happening on June 5th (but He did not tell me
which year) I thought I would look at what June 5th of 2012 had to

On Tuesday June 5th -6th the planet Venus will transit the sun. It
will be visible in the US at sunset on the 5th and in Israel at
sunrise on the 6th. Here is where I found this information:

Here is also a clip from
http://www.chabad.org/calendar/view/day.asp?tDate=6/5/2012 that talks
about Judah

Judah, the fourth son of Jacob and Leah, was born in Charan on the
15th of Sivan, of the year 2196 from creation (1565 BCE). He passed
away on the same date 119 years later, in Egypt.

Judah took the leadership role both in selling Joseph into slavery and
in the brothers' later attempts to find him and free him, and to
protect Benjamin. On his deathbed, Jacob conferred the leadership of
Israel upon Judah, proclaiming: "The scepter shall not depart from
Judah, nor the legislator from between his feet, until Shiloh (the
Moshiach) comes..." The royal house of David, as well as many of the
great sages and leaders of Israel throughout the generations of Jewish
history, trace their lineage to Judah.

Judah had five sons: Er and Onan, who died without children; Shelah;
and his twins from Tamar, Peretz and Zerach. Their descendants formed
the Tribe of Judah, the most populous and prestigious of the twelve
tribes of Israel.

After the death of King Solomon in 797 BCE, the people of Israel split
into two kingdoms: ten tribes formed the Kingdom of Israel in the
north, with Shomron (Samaria) as the capital; only the tribes of Judah
and Benjamin remained loyal to Solomon's son, Rechavam, and formed the
Kingdom of Judea in the south, in the areas surrounding the capitol
Jerusalem. Eventually, the Northern Kingdom was conquered by Assyria
and the ten tribes living there were exiled and lost to the Jewish
people; the inhabitants of Judea were also exiled (to Babylonia) but
subsequently returned to the Holy Land and rebuilt Jerusalem and the
Holy Temple. Over time, the terms "Judean" and "Jew"--which originally
referred to a member of the tribe of Judah--became synonymous with
"Israelite" and was used to refer to the descendants of all of Jacob's
twelve sons--i.e., the Jewish people.

We are indeed at the end, the question is when will the trumpet sound?
I honestly believe it could be any moment.