Incoming email:Sent: Friday, November 12, 2010 8:15 AMSubject: Hanukkah 2010
I believe this may be it, I have enjoyed your page, as The Lord showed me an incredible sign that this year Hanukkah rapture.
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"When we look at dates, we are celebrating the hope in our spirit! Hope in the promise! Our BELIEF is proven in our looking, watching, and hoping!
Brothers and Sisters, I have been pointed to a date, and I feel as the whole event happened, it was being led by The Spirit, and when I found where the date ended up, I was astonished!
Remember please a short time ago, we were given the amazing events at Kingcome. Whose residents were AIRLIFTED in an EVACUATION due to FLOODING to a town called ALERT Bay! This event took place on September 25th.
For some reason I was brought back to that very heavily this morning. And found in my heart this strong feeling, that there was a clue! As I searched and found the event, I was imediatly drawn to the date, and that it was the 9th month and the 25th day. And in my heart I felt this question, "now according to Gods callendar, what would be the 9th month, the 25th day?
The 9th month is Kislev. And Kislev 25 is the First Day of Hanukkah!
December 1st and 2nd on our civilian count.
If you had reasons for liking Hanukkah, there is even more reason now perhaps!?
Yeshua celebrated Hanukkah! Read John 10!
Behold John 10:28! And I give unto them eternal life; and they shall never perish, neither shall any [man] pluck them out of my hand.
Pluck = Strongs Greek 726! Harpazo!!!
Whats this? John 10:27 My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me: Uh huh!!!!
Watchers arise! Sound your warnings! Soon we will hear His voice, and we will follow Him, He will give us eternal life and no one will PLUCK us out of His hand! Kingcome is a clue! The events will prove true! Purify yourselves for your King! Cast off the bow lines! Weigh Anchor! Unfurl the sails!
I love what you have shared about the TWO raptures! Thank you for your most encouraging post and page! See you there! Love
Hi:Thanks much for your kind words and new information.Not having heard of Kingcome before, I searched on Google for Kingcome Alert Bay September 25. I found the following information.Kingcome is on Cormorant Island, British Columbia, Canada."Flooding on Sept 25th...resulted in KingCome Community being evacuated to Alert Bay http://www.kingcome.ca/flood.html""Close to 100 people were airlifted out of a B.C. coastal reserve on Saturday after heavy rain caused flooding and triggered 15 different mud slides."Nearly 100 residents of Kingcome Inlet, B.C. were flown by helicopters Saturday to a welcoming centre in Alert Bay as rising flood waters threaten homes on the coastal reserve.Sep 26, 2010"That Saturday was Sept. 25. I agree with you. Maybe the Rapture will be on Kislev 25, the first day of Hanukkah. The 40th day after Cheshvan 17, figured by inclusive reckoning because it is a block of time, is Kislev 26, Friday, Dec. 3, 2010. This year, Cheshvan has 30 days. In some years, it has 29 days. So Kislev 25 or 26 make sense. Maybe in the year of Noah's Flood, Cheshvan had 29 days.If Jesus is coming as the rain, it could be anytime during those 40 days of rain in Noah's day, but the first day of Hanukkah, Kislev 25, Thursday, Dec. 2, 2010 seems most likely, because that is when they lit the oil in the Temple Lampstand that was only enough for one day. It miraculously lasted 8 days, until new oil could be made. Eight is the number of new beginnings. 888 is Jesus' number.Hanukkah ties in nicely with the five wise virgins having enough oil for their lamps because they carried extra in their vessels.However, there are two dates on Earth at the same time. Maybe it would be Kislev 25 here and Kislev 26 in Australia.So, I agree with you on the Rapture probably being on Hanukkah 2010, but the Rapture might be on Dec. 2 or 3, Kislev 25 or 26, because this year, Cheshvan has 30 days instead of 29. Forty days (figured by inclusive reckoning because it is a block of time) after Cheshvan 17 is Kislev 26, Dec. 3 in 2010.I was up until 3:34 last night working on the following.It rained 40 days in Noah's time, and Jesus indicated in Mt. 24:37-44 that the Rapture would be as the days of Noah. During the 40 days of rain, the Ark floated free of the ground. It arrived at its predestined parking place on Mt. Sulieman (Iran's way of spelling Solomon) in Iran on Tishri 17 (Gen. 8:4).WAS THE ARK THAT WAS FOUND IN IRAN ACTUALLY IN WHAT USED TO BE AYARARAT, ARMENIA?At http://www.armstat.am/file/article/marz_07_e_2.pdf, I found the following:"Armenia as a constituent part of ancient civilization is known to history from ancient times.
"Since IV-II century B.C. the Armenian-populated all districts had been divided into three big administrative units: Pokr Hayk, Tsopk and Mets Hayk that in II century B.C. became independent states. Among them the most powerful was Mets Hayk state, where since II century B.C. till V century B.C. first Artashesyans ruled, then Arshakunies.
"The Mets Hayk contained of 15 lands that all together had 191 provinces. Those “lands” were followings: Tayk, Bardzr Hayk, Chorrord Hayk, Aghdznik, Korchek, Mokk, Parskahayk, Paytakaran, Artsakh, Utik, Syunik, Gugark, Turuberan, Vaspurakan and AYRARAT, THAT WAS THE MOST "KNOWN "LAND" AS POLITICAL, ECONOMIC AND CULTURAL LIFE CENTRE.
"In new and newest times the territory of historical Armenia was divided into western and eastern parts that were included in Osman TURKEY AND IRAN".
There is a connection between Armenia, Ayrarat and Iran. How interesting.
Back to the Lord coming unto us as the rain. Hosea 6:3 says, "Then shall we know, if we follow on to know the LORD: his going forth is prepared as the morning; and he shall come unto us as the rain, as the latter and former rain unto the earth."The Lord will come as the rain, as the former and latter rain at the two Advents, but just maybe he will come as the rain in Noah's day at the Rapture.Joel 2:23 says, "Be glad then, ye children of Zion, and rejoice in the LORD your God: for he hath given you the former rain moderately, and he will cause to come down for you the rain, the former rain (Tishri 1), and the latter rain (Nisan 1) in the first month."
De 11:14 says, "I will give you the rain of your land in HIS DUE SEASON, the first rain (starts Tishri 1, First Advent) and the latter rain (starts Nisan 1, Second Advent), that thou mayest gather in thy corn, and thy wine, AND THINE OIL."
The oil is made from olives that are harvested in October, November and December until Hanukkah. None are supposed to be harvested after Hanukkah begins. That alone makes Kislev 25 sound better than the 26th.
Jer 5:24 says, "Neither say they in their heart, Let us now fear the LORD our God, that giveth rain, both the former (Tishri 1) and the latter (Nisan 1), in HIS season: he reserveth unto US the appointed weeks of THE HARVEST." What harvest, the olive harvest from mid-October to Hanukkah? It looks that way now.
Gen 8:4 says, "And the ark rested in the seventh month (Tishri), on the seventeenth day of the month, upon the mountains of Ararat (Heb., ararat, Armenia).Look at De 32:1-7. It says, "Give ear, O ye heavens, and I will speak; and hear, O earth, the words of my mouth. 2 My doctrine shall drop as the rain, my speech shall distil as the dew, as the small rain upon the tender herb, and as the showers upon the grass: 3 Because I will publish the name of the LORD: ascribe ye greatness unto our God. 4 He is the Rock, his work is perfect: for all his ways are judgment: a God of truth and without iniquity, just and right is he. 5 They have corrupted themselves, their spot is not the spot of his children: they are a perverse and crooked generation. 6 Do ye thus requite the LORD, O foolish people and unwise? is not he thy father that hath bought thee? hath he not made thee, and established thee? 7 REMEMBER THE DAYS OF OLD, consider the years of many generations: ask thy father, and he will shew thee; thy elders, and they will tell thee."Come to think of it, because of two back to back rain storms, it rained 40 days here in normally sunny Southern California in 1969. It kept raining lightly between the two storms. I still have the Tab Section the Santa Ana Register published about the storm. We sent in our 50 cents and they sent it to us by mail. It gave the beginning and ending dates of the two back to back rainstorms.Major rain event years out here were 1938, 1969, 1978, 1983, and 1998, but nothing else was quite like 1969.
The Jordan Basin between Israel and Jordan also had lots of rain in 1969, 75 inches of rain in 80 hours, the highest amount of rain in 150 years. God was trying to tell us something.We lived in La Mirada, in the Los Angeles area, in 1969. One day during the 40 days of rain, Ed couldn't get the car home. The road was too flooded between Norwalk and La Mirada. Another day, he had to ditch around our garage to keep a river of water from running through the garage. Over a hundred people were killed when a hillside slid down on a fire station. Those extremely unusual 40 days of rain (as in the days of Noah) were probably a sign I should pay attention to now.Gen. 7:17-20 (Stone) says, "WHEN THE FLOOD WAS ON THE EARTH FORTY DAYS, THE WATERS INCREASED AND RAISED THE ARK SO THAT IT WAS LIFTED ABOVE THE EARTH. THE WATERS STRENGTHENED AND INCREASED GREATLY upon the earth, and the Ark drifted (yalak, walked, departed, went up, was taken away, vanished; i.e., picturing the departure, the Rapture) upon the surface of the waters.The waters strengthened very much upon the earth, ALL the high mountains which are under the entire heavens were covered. Fifteen cubits upward did the waters strengthen, and the mountains were covered."It seems significant too that NASA's Apollo 11 lifted up (Heb., nasa) and placed the first man on the Moon in 1969.
When Jesus walked upon the water, Peter came to him. They got in the ship, which was near the middle of the lake, and suddenly it was at the other side." John 6:21 says, "Then they willingly received him into the ship: and IMMEDIATELY the ship was at the land whither they went."
It seems that we will be teleported in one big hurry after a 40-day period. That fits the 40 days of rain in Noah's day. Forty days after Cheshvan 17 will be Kislev 26, Friday, December 3, 2010. If Cheshvan had 29 days this year instead of 30, the 40th day would be Kislev 25, the first day of Hanukkah.Hmmm. Things are beginning to jell. 1969 + a 40-year generation = 2009. 2009 + a 7-year Tribulation = 2016. That's the year when I expect the Second Advent on Nisan 1, 5776, April 9, 2016, the first day of the Sacred, Regnal and Jubilee year. That Jubilee seems locked in place, because it is preceded by the Sabbatic Year 5775 (that divides by 7 equally). If it were any later, it would have to be 7 years later.Also, 1917 (year of the Balfour Declaration) + the 49-year Jubilee Cycle = 1966. Then 1967 was both the Jubilee Year and the first year of the new cycle. 1967 + 49 = 2016. The Jubilee Year would be announced on the Day of Atonement, Sept. 23, 2015, and begin on Nisan 1, 5776, April 9, 2016.I live in Riverside, CA now. It is farther inland. Here, it doesn't rain much, but even the Inland Region has weathered some of the most intense rains on record. Even out in the true desert, they have flash floods occasionally. They had one this year.
Coming home from visiting Dave in the hospital last December, Ed and I ran into a cloudburst on Alesandro in nearby Moreno Valley that scared me silly. I couldn't see a thing forward. I said, "Please Lord, don't put me through this." Then I got a quick glimpse to the side. There was an entry into a parking lot on my right. I managed to get into it and parked until the cloudburst was over. Whew! I couldn't park by the curb. The water was already too deep. I would have lost my brakes.
Rain here can be very eratic. One day, I went into Ralphs Supermarket on Alesandro in Riverside when it was raining hard, but I didn't park in a pool of water. When I came out, I had to wade in water over my shoe tops to get to my car. Afterward, I was astonished to drive the short distance home, near Van Buren, and find that it had not rained there at all.
The biggest one-day storm on record in the greater Los Angeles area was Jan. 24, 1969. Then 24.92 inches of rain fell in 24 hours. Mount Baldy had 50.85 inches in one 10-day period during January.
I now think God was trying to tell us, and especially me, to pay attention to the 40 days of rain in Noah's time. In those days, it started to rain on Cheshvan 17. Forty days later ended on Kislev 25, first day of Hanukkah, or Kislev 26, according to whether Cheshvan had 29 or 30 days that year. This year, Cheshvan has 30 days, so the 40th day will be Kislev 26, Dec. 3. I sure hope the Rapture will be during Hanukkah this year.
Hanukkah (Dec. 2-9, 2010) is the Festival of Lights, when the Temple was rededicated. We are the temple of the Holy Spirit. Will we be raptured and rededicated during Hanukkah? It looks that way, and I sure hope so. I'm behind on my bills now. I couldn't possibly pay the predicted high prices for food and gas next year.President Obama just celebrated another Festival of Lights in India. That might be to remind us of Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights.It reminds us of the parable of the ten virgins. The wise ones had extra oil in vessels with their lamps that were to be kept burning. The foolish ones had to go out and buy oil. That could take 8 days. It takes that long to make fresh olive oil for the Temple. By the time they got back, the Bridegroom, the Lord, had already come. Hanukkah seems to be the time of the Rapture.Rom 11:17 says, "And if some of the branches be broken off, and thou, being a wild olive tree, wert graffed in among them, and with them partakest of the root and fatness of the olive tree".The olive harvest in Israel starts about the middle of October and ends when Hanukkah begins. No olives are supposed to be harvested after that. It takes 8 days to obtain fresh olive oil from the harvest. On Hanukkah, the oil for one day miraculously lasted for 8 days.----- Original Message -----Sent: Friday, November 12, 2010 8:15 AMSubject: Hanukkah 2010I believe this may be it, I have enjoyed your page, as The Lord showed me an incredible sign that this year Hanukkah rapture.
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