Oliver Thomas (28 May 2011)
"Re: "MUST POST BROTHER" June 1 is Ascension Day and also Jerusalem Day"

 
Brother CJ "MUST POST BROTHER"

Great revelation! Thanks for sharing this fascinating information! I was excited when I read your conclusion that the day we are looking for is June 1, because not only is this Ascension Day, but it’s also Jerusalem Day! Isaac Newton’s study of Daniel pinpointed the day Israel would restored Jerusalem as the start of the last Jubilee countdown until Jesus returns as King. This Jubilee year would start on September 15, 2015. I know there is much debate about the duration of the Tribulation period, but I think it’s safe to say the Tribulation could not be any shorter than 1260 days. If September 15, 2015 starts the Jubilee year of Jesus return as King, as Isaac Newton indicates, then the Tribulation must start no later than Tuesday, April 3, 2012. April 3 2012 comes well before Ascension Day 2012.  Therefore, this June 1 would be the last occasion for Ascension Day to be a pre tribulation rapture date. Several other factors come into focus on June 1:
 
The New Moon and Solar Eclipse on Wednesday, June 1, 2011 - the "Ark" Eclipse
 
Christ closing the dispensation of Grace “Age of Pentecost” ”Church Age.”
 
2011 marks 2000 years since Jesus came as Shiloh to the Temple when he was 12 years old.
 
June 1st 2011 is Iyyar 28 the first day after the Flood of Noah! On Iyyar 27th Noah looked out the window of the ark and saw the earth was dry. On that day they departed the ark completing the flood event; the next day was the first day after the flood and the start of the post flood dispensation.
 
Matt 24: 37-39 “As it was in the days of Noah, so shall it be at the coming of the Son of Man”

Gen 8:14-16 And in the second month, on the twenty-seventh day of the month, the earth was dried. Then God spoke to Noah, saying, "Go out of the ark … 

We have always regarded the day the flood started as a picture of the rapture, but wouldn’t the end of the flood also represent a type and shadow of the Rapture? This is the day Noah departed the Ark and entered a new world. The Flood’s end could represent the rapture in that it was the beginning of a new life in a new world a new day. The door of the Ark was opened and Noah entered into the rest promised by God. … ybic … Oliver Thomas