Dale Glassey (27 Nov 2010)
"Hanukkah rapture?"

I am not sure if anyone has sent this in,but I will send it along
for consideration.In Strong's concordance in the Hebrew dictionary section under number 2010 is the word Hanachah which means rest or quiet.This word sounds and looks a lot like Hanukkah.Hebrews chapter 4 speaks of a rest that is coming for the believers,so is this a hint to us that it may occur during Hanukkah? The word(Hanachah)is used in Esther 2:18 as the word release.This is  a very interesting verse, Esther 2:18 (Then the king made a great feast unto all his princes and his servants,even Esther's feast; and he made a release to the provinces,and gave gifts, according to the state of the king.)Also when I typed in the word in Google it asked,Did you mean Hanukkah? Under 2014 the word used means relaxation or intermission which would be the middle of the tribulation when the two witness are killed and everyone thinks their trouble is over for 3 and a half days.Going ahead to 2017 the word used there means perversity or turning of things upside down
,which is what Jesus is going to do when he returns to earth at the end of the tribulation.There could be more here but this is all I saw for now.Maranatha,  Dale