Michael Colunga (10 March 2011)
"RE:  Nicole--a year warning--I agree"

 
Hello, John and Doves,
 
Sister Nicole, you are filled to overflowing with the Ruach HaKodesh, the Holy Spirit.
 
I totally agree that we have been given a year warning (almost to the day).
 
For it is written,
    "...[T]he bridegroom was delayed...."  Matthew 25:5
 
In this post, http://www.fivedoves.com/letters/march2011/bge38.htm, BG Ellis explains
that the Bridegroom would ordinarily come for the Bride at 11:00 pm.
 
Perhaps this one year delay brings us to 12 Midnight, the last moment of 2010 (i.e. ?
 
I believe the fact that you come at this conclusion from a slightly different angle from BG Ellis
indicates you both may right.  I hope.
 
In HaShem,
Mike C.
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Nicole (9 March 2011)
"To Raul D"


Raul,

Thank you for your posts about still watching for 2010 based on the chabad.org rabbinical calendar now.   It is VERY VERY cool how you showed that the end of the spiritual year ends on 4/4/2011.   And how the year started on 3/16/2010.  

I think it is a neat sign to me because on 3/16/2010 at 4:04 a.m. in Los Angeles a 4.4 earthquake occurred.   Then on 4/4/2010 there was another earthquake I felt that originated in Baja and it happened to be Resurrection Day (our Pastor won't let us say Easter.)

I know that Jesus always gives a one year warning to repent.   Remember Hurricane Katrina?   Well a year before there was I think a hurricane that came through that was supposed to be really bad, and it "passed over."   And when the news media interviewed people about the fact it was a cry wolf, the interviewees mocked it.  

So I say the same will be for those that mocked that the rapture did not happen in 2010.   If the rapture happens this year, then it is a parallel to what happened in New Orleans....a year warning.....a year for the Jewish Bride to wear her engagement veil out in public and be tested to see if she "flirts" with any other man and her bridesmaids to bring word back to the bridegroom.    Maybe 2010 was the year of us wearing our veil.