Gerry Almond (21 Sep 2010)
"To: Marie Ashgill"
Thank you Marie, for your kind words. I have
looked at this through different eyes for a long time now. I
don't know is I am right...we will just have to wait and see. I
do think that folks should realize that there are only three feasts
which consist of seven individual ones. The last feast is Rosh HaShana
with is made of up of new year, atonement, and tabernacles.
never had a fulfillment in the O. T. It was celebrated but was
later seemingly replaced in the Jewish mind by Hanukkah. Such a
strange story, but I am convinced that God took the Feast of
Tabernacles away because of their unbelief. Also, the seventh day
of Tabernacles when the booths (our bodies) were torn down and the
worshippers followed the 24 concourses priests all blowing silver
trumpets out the Eastern gate is surely a figure of our rapture, I
Then comes the eighth day, added to but not a part of
Tabernacles. Eight means "new beginnings" and is very much like the
first day of Tabernacles.
To answer your question, last year
(5770 Jewish and 2009/2010 Gentile, R. H H. was on September
19th. But the Temple witnesses spotted the first sliver of the
new moon on September 21st. Thus when this date, 9/21.2009 was
used in Bible code, it yielded a message to the effect that this date
was to be the rapture. But beside it was the word
"delayed". The lastest date in the code was Tishrei 1 5771 which
on our calendar was September 9 but the Temple witnesses this year came
up with a new date of September 10. Thus R. H. H. began on September
10. That is Tishrei 1 5771.
This makes me wonder if Jesus
and Michael started their jouncey here (as, I believe, seen in type in
Daniel 10) on September 10 and are fighting their way through the war
in heaven? If so, 21 days is required to September 30. This
happens to be day 7 of Tabernacles this year, and October 1 is the 8th
day added to but not a part of Tabernacles. May the Lord bless
you as you seek to understand. If this is not correct, it does
not mean that the rapture is not this year. Keep watching.