I sent this to Steve Coerper and Jason Seabolt yesterday but this morning felt I should share this with everyone.
Several people have been suggesting that the harpazo/rapture could happen on the the 2nd month, 17th day (known as Cheshvan 17 on the Hillel calendar). I really wondered if there could be any significance to this.
Yesterday I was reading the book of Jubilees and I found this:
And after the completion of the seven years [that Adam & Eve were in the garden], which he had completed there, seven years exactly, (year 8) and in the second month, on the seventeenth day (of the month), the serpent came and approached the woman, and the serpent said to the woman, 'Hath God commanded you, saying, Ye shall not eat of every tree of the garden?' - Jubilees 3:17-18
Yes, I know the book is apocryphal but we don’t know that it isn’t accurate. After reading most of the 50 chapters I can say that I didn’t find any conflicts with the Bible as far as I could discern. And the new info it provides doesn’t seem to go against the spirit of the Word.
Could it be that YHWH has another day on His calendar not represented by the seven feasts that He has set aside for special purposes? On the same day that man fell, the same day that the judgment started with the flood, that He could be planning to start the final redemptive process of resurrection, translation, and tribulation?
I’m done for now trying to pin down the calendar with seemingly no way to figure out which possibility is correct. But - if 2017 is touchdown, if the time of trouble will be 7 years, and if we will be in heaven during it all, then it's almost time.