Robert Belanger (15 Nov 2010)
"Rapture on Tabernacles (?)"

Dear Doves,
The following links provide information relevant to the occurrence of the Rapture on the last day of the last of the Feasts of the Lord described in Leviticus 23:33-44. I suggest we all read these links again to refresh our memory of why the Feast of Tabernacles may indeed be the time of the Rapture and contains the last day of the great feast in the first verse John 7:37.
(John 7:37) "In the LAST DAY, that GREAT DAY OF THE FEAST,Jesus stood and cried saying If any man thirst, let him come unto me and drink."
The eleventh chapter of John is the place where Jesus goes to Bethany near Jerusalem to raise Lazarus from the dead, as a type perhaps of the resurrection of the dead at the time of the Rapture. The terminology that Jesus uses is reminiscent of the words Paul uses in the Rapture verses when he says in John 11:23: "Thy brother shall rise again."
(John 11:24-26) "Martha saith unto him, I know that he shall rise again in the resurrection AT THE LAST DAY." Jesus said unto her, I am the resurrection , and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live, and he that liveth and believeth in me shall never die. Believest thou this?"
I just noticed as I read the last verses that Jesus did not contradict Martha's reference to the last day. At first, I thought Martha was referring to the Second Coming as the last day. But reading further it is clear that Christ defines the said last day that Martha states in his own words as the resurrection of the Rapture, since he talks about those who are dead and later those that are alive and shall never die when the resurrection occurs at the Rapture (this does not apply to the Second Coming resurrection)..
The following post refers to the dream of Lisa Leenie written by Ola Ilori on Nov 13. Here the dream number of 011192 is reversed to get the Rapture date 29-11-10 or Nov 29, 2010, the last day of the feast of Tabernacles.
The following post is an excellent compilation of arguments that support the Feast of Tabernacles as the time for the Rapture by Lisa Taylor.
Let's hope and pray they are correct. But, anyway keep watching and waiting for Jesus who is the resurrection and the life as he says in John Chapter 11. Truly we are blessed beyond any and all possible measure in believing in his words and following his commandments, both now as we travail in this world with all of its apostasy and evil rebellion against God and later when we will be with him in eternity.
Your friend in Jesus our Saviour and Lord, King of Kings and Lord of Lords,