Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23174997
The Rapture Will Come On Rosh Hashanah...
First please consider what Jesus said, and remember the Parables he did speak in *Scripture*
First the Math Behind it...
From ADAM to JESUS was 4000 years.
that was 77 Generations...
4000 divided by 77 = 51.94 years basically 52 years...
(Adam to Jesus, counting inclusively; that is, Adam is the first generation and Jesus is the seventy-seventh )
From Abraham to Jesus is 42 Generations
2160 years divided by 42 Generations is 51.42 baically 52 years.
Now what did Jesus say:
Truly I say to you, this generation will not pass away until all these things take place. (Matthew 24:34).
WHEN DID THIS GENERATION START?
1967 the Last Generation Started.
From Luke 21:24
They will fall by the sword and will be taken as prisoners to all the nations. Jerusalem will be trampled on by the Gentiles until the times of the Gentiles are fulfilled.
1967 6th Day War
Israel captured East Jerusalem during the 1967 Six-Day War and subsequently annexed it.
So now we know a Generation is 52 years
52 and 1967= 2019.
However we need to take the last week of Daniel 7 years for the *GREAT TRIBULATION*
So 2019- 7 = 2012
NOW WHAT DID JESUS SAY ABOUT NO MAN KNOWS THE DAY OR THE HOUR in MATTHEW 24?
No one knows about that day or hour, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father... WHEN JESUS SAID THIS, THIS MEANT TO THE JEWISH PEOPLE *ROSH HASHANA* that is the only time in Judasim they will say no one knows only the Father as the BRIDEGROOM coming to take his BRIDE..
Rosha Hashana is 2 days..the FATHER will decide the hour and day the SON can come for his BRIDE
SEPT 16th to Sept 18th, 2012..The 5th Rosh Hashana.
The day no man can know the day or the hour
• The day of the new moon
• The day of the blowing of the Trumpets
• The day of the last trump
• The day of the awakening blast
• The day of the Resurrection
• The beginning of the 10 days of awe
• One long day (lasting 2 days)
• The Day of the King (coronation)
• The day the King takes a bride (wedding)
• The day that all men will pass under the rod