Please notice Daniel Matson's latest. His
algorithm points to October 18th (Cheshvan 10) and then November 8th as the very
likely day when the covenant will be confirmed. As you are no doubt aware,
there is much to commend October
17) as a day of significance.
Methuselah, the longest-lived human being of all time, died at the
age of 969 years on the 11th of Cheshvan of the year 1656 from creation (2105
BCE) -- exactly seven days before the beginning of the Great Flood. Methuselah
was Adam's great-great-great-great-great-grandson and Noah's
According to Chuck Missler, the name
"Methuselah" means "his death shall bring" and Chuck has gone into some detail
in explaining the significance of this name and this man's life. This
year, this end of grace falls on a Tuesday - the "day of double blessing" and a
traditional Jewish wedding day for that reason.
Was the death of Methuselah and
subsequent judgment also a pattern for these days? Methuselah's life of
969 years was the longest in the Bible, pre-figuring the long-suffering patience
of God toward His rebellious creatures.
If this is finally "IT" we can expect
the announcement of a "peace agreement" (1 Thess. 5:3) and a resurrection
earthquake on or before Monday, October 18th, a rapture event on Cheshvan 10 or
11 (any time after sunset in Jerusalem on Monday October 18th), followed
directly by "sudden destruction" (Ezek. 38-39?) ... and a marriage supper to
which I understand we are all invited.
Might be right this time ... might be
wrong again ... I just hope we're all ready.