The Master speaks of the days of Noah and Lot combined only in Luke 17: 25-31, part of His Olivet Discourse. On the Hillel calendar, Cheshvan 17 was 10-25. Can we link the days of the Gregorian calendar this month to the numbers in verses 25-31? Will the dates from Cheshvan 17, 10-25 to 10-31 be a one week warning? The Noah and Lot families were Gentiles. Let us use a calendar used by Gentiles and see links. The Noah verses are 25, 26, and 27, like 10-25 to 27? The Lot verses are 28, 29, 30, and 31. Verses 32-37 do not match days on the Gregorian calendar. Please note the curious and significant change in phrase in the Lot verses. Verse 28 mentions "the days of Lot." Verse 29 and 30 refer to "on the day." Verse 31 changes to "on that day." This phrase makes for a distinctive, set apart and highlighted day by Messiah/Christ. This will not be any day, rather "on that day." Might it be The Blessed Hope Day, that day? It would be the last of the days of Lot mentioned, verse 31, as 10-31 begins for Israel.
The Lot family had no time to pack, take belongings, or say farewells. They ran out of Sodom, as commanded, towards the foothills. LEAVE FAST AND GO UP! Doesn't that remind us of events on The Day of The Blessed Hope?
Keep WATCHING, dear Doves. Luke 17: 28-31 of the days of Lot, starting at verse 28, may be linked to days on the current Gregorian month calendar. Gentiles use this calendar. May we look to the days of Lot in verses 28-31, and the days ahead of 10-28 to 31. As the days of Noah and Lot were, so again. These are the days of Lot listed by verses in sequence: the days of Lot, on the day, on the day, on that day. Paul taught that some would see the day approaching of The Blessed Hope. If the Gregorian calendar dates this month match the days of Noah and Lot, our special day, "on that day," may be just before us. May we be WATCHING each Day for the Beloved!
With Love and Shalom,