Just How Close Is the Rapture?


Ringo

A WATCHMAN
The NEXT CRISIS?

Seeing how the most previous crisis—COVID-19—slammed the planet out of nowhere, the next crisis could be most anything. It could be the Rapture of the Church. That is the hope of all who name the name of Jesus Christ, of course. That would not be a crisis for us Christians, but it sure would be for the world! Considering that we're already 73 years into this Last Generation (1948-2028) with less than 8 years left (if you believe Scripture), and knowing that Israel is the number-one signal to watch to determine the lateness of the prophetic hour, the prophecy of Elam found in Jeremiah 49:34–39 is ready to be fulfilled. Jeremiah says that Iran experiences a disaster, which, from the details of the prophecy, appears to be the result of a nuclear catastrophe. Israel Defense Forces is continuously updating its plans for a prospective military strike on Iranian nuclear sites, this developing crisis is a reminder to, as our Lord commands, keep looking up in anticipation of His sudden coming for all who believe in His death, burial, and resurrection for their salvation.
 

Oldgrunt

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Seeing how the most previous crisis—COVID-19—slammed the planet out of nowhere, the next crisis could be most anything. It could be the Rapture of the Church. That is the hope of all who name the name of Jesus Christ, of course. That would not be a crisis for us Christians, but it sure would be for the world! Considering that we're already 73 years into this Last Generation (1948-2028) with less than 8 years left (if you believe Scripture), and knowing that Israel is the number-one signal to watch to determine the lateness of the prophetic hour, the prophecy of Elam found in Jeremiah 49:34–39 is ready to be fulfilled. Jeremiah says that Iran experiences a disaster, which, from the details of the prophecy, appears to be the result of a nuclear catastrophe. Israel Defense Forces is continuously updating its plans for a prospective military strike on Iranian nuclear sites, this developing crisis is a reminder to, as our Lord commands, keep looking up in anticipation of His sudden coming for all who believe in His death, burial, and resurrection for their salvation.


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Ringo

A WATCHMAN
I want to strongly urge everyone to keep watching Israel. I believe that in the months ahead we are going to see things happen in Israel that are of absolutely critical importance. No matter what we do, we cannot stop the inexorable march of time. Each day we continue to move even closer to the “point of no return” for our society, and yet very few people seem alarmed by this. Sadly, time will eventually run out, and then our day of reckoning will be at hand.
 

Oldgrunt

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTRhe8xt6Jk

The Rapture is a subject gaining more and more attention as our nation continues to deteriorate before our eyes. Prophecy is fulfilling at a rapid pace indicating that "end times" are our present conditions as predicted thousands of years ago by the Bible. People are receiving word from God in mysterious ways which He is alerting us to be ever watchful and prepare for our escape from the terrible tribulations to come upon the world. This video should serve as an indication of the nearness of the Rapture and an inspiration to those who are anxiously awaiting the call to come home.
 
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Ringo

A WATCHMAN
WILL THE RAPTURE OF THE CHURCH OCCUR DURING THE FEAST OF TRUMPETS? // JESUS IS COMING SOON!!!

If the four spring feasts correspond to the first coming of Jesus, the three fall feasts are prophetic about the Second Coming of Jesus and the last days. The fifth feast, the Feast of Trumpets, aligns with the Rapture. The final trumpet Throughout the Bible, the Rapture is associated with trumpets. 1 Thessalonians 4 says Jesus will descend from Heaven with a shout and the sound of “the trumpet of God.” Paul writes in 1 Corinthians 15 that we will all be changed in the twinkling of an eye “at the last trumpet.” Jesus tells the disciples He will come in power and glory with “a great sound of a trumpet.” When Paul and Jesus talk about trumpets, it meant something specific to their Jewish audiences. The Feast of Trumpets is a two-day feast, and during that period, the priest would blow a shofar (a trumpet made from a ram’s horn) 11 times each in nine different sessions. That’s 99 trumpet sounds. The final blow of the trumpet—the 100th blast, the longest and loudest—was known as the last trumpet. The Feast of Trumpets is directly linked to the Rapture and “the last trumpet.” In the Jewish calendar, the Feast of Trumpets is considered the start of the new year and represents new beginnings. It’s known by several other names, like Rosh Hashanah (which means “head of the year” in Hebrew). It’s also called Yom Teruah (“day of shouting or blasting”). Trumpets are also associated with judgment, and one name for this feast is Yom Ha-Din, a reference to the judgment of God. No one knows the day or hour The Jewish tradition also refers to the Feast of Trumpets as the “wedding day of the Messiah” and “the day which no one knows.” Isn’t that interesting? In Mark 13, Jesus says: “But of that day and hour no one knows, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father. 33 Take heed, watch and pray; for you do not know when the time is”— Mark 13:32-33 We don’t know the specific moment, but we do know the feasts have to happen in order. Passover is followed by Unleavened Bread, which is followed by Firstfruits and Pentecost. Those have already happened in the life of Jesus. The next prophetic event in the timeline is the Feast of Trumpets, which is tied symbolically to the Rapture. That’s why, every September, when the Feast of Trumpets comes around in the Jewish calendar, I am looking for the return of Jesus. He said we wouldn’t know the “day or hour,” but it’s worth noting that the Feast of Trumpets occurs across three calendar days. For instance, in 2021, it begins at sunset on Monday, September 6, and ends at sunset on Wednesday, September 8. So even if we knew for sure that Jesus would be returning during the Feast of Trumpets, we still wouldn’t know the day or hour. It could be any one of 48 hours across three calendar days! I don’t know precisely when Jesus is coming, but I would not be surprised if the Rapture happened during the Feast of Trumpets. Maranatha!!!

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