Francisco (1 Nov 2010)
"Day RE: How the Days Can Be Shortened Without Losing the Day Count"

Thank you Day: - If the sun goes down at noon, one has a shortened day.

You happen to bring to my attention what Prophet Amos has to say of God's completely changing calendars.

Amos 8:9  "It will come about in that day," declares the Lord GOD, "That I will make the sun go down at noon and make the earth dark in broad daylight."

That will pretty sure come to pass in that day, the Day of Christ, the Great Day, the Day of the Coming of the Lord, the Day of our Redemption, the Day of Rapture, the Day of the second of three calls of the few chosen, the day of birth of the Man Child. Will 24/25 of December 2010 be that Day?!

At Rev 8:12 (4th trumpet) we find that, at some point, the days will be changed from 24 hours to 16 hours (down one third). Well, if that comes with the fourth trumpet, maybe the change would take place a few months after the Day of Christ. I'm not sure at this point...

The seven final times shall be counted by the New Calendar, and so the tribulation will be abbreviated.

The Lord will be altering the Earth's rotation and will impose a New Calendar (and new clocks) as we are told by Daniel 2:21: "It is He who changes the times and the epochs; He removes kings and establishes kings; He gives wisdom to wise men and knowledge to men of understanding."

That will be the end of Gregorian Calendar, as well as the end of solar year. Is it just a coincidence that the Lord's frequent warning "Watch!" reads "Gregoreite" in greek original?

We should make sure we're ready today, to get raptured along with the chosen ones, the Elect of the Lord.