Since it will be on a day that no man knows, it could be any day. We
seem to be
in the season of it, and I agree with those who think we may be
already in the tribulation
But it may occur NOT on a Jewish Feast day, and perhaps not even on a
feast such as Ascension.
I think Ascension is a wonderful time for it, as it is a Christian
feast. And also Epiphany,
January 6, is a great Christian feast, which is Christmas to the
Orthodox Christian world.
Epiphany means "appearing". What a day for Him to appear!
However, He may play a joke on us....sounds a bit irreverent, I know,
but I think possibly
He would like to have a grand joke on the greatest day of our lives,
the day we see Him
in the clouds. What better way to start our Heavenly journey than
laughter, such as one might have in a surprise Birthday Party? Or a
of Marriage? Or any wonderful surprise which we may ever have had or
Surprise me big time, Lord!