Yeshua Return Countdown
“Therefore keep watch, because you do not know the day or the hour,” Jesus said about the time of His return.
Am I arrogant enough to think I know, then? No, of course not, but countdown programs don’t work very well unless you feed them some sort of a target date. At this point in history two target dates exist that merit special attention: September 14, 2015 and September 30, 2030.
September 14, 2015 because:
- According to eclipse dates given on the NASA website and widely publicized by Pastor Mark Beltz, this date is the only solar eclipse of the last Jewish high holyday blood moon tetrad in this century.
- If Israel is attacked, or a 7-year peace agreement is signed or broken in connection with Jerusalem in the spring of 2012, we are in the middle of the last “week” of Daniel 26 and the 2015 date becomes especially significant.
- Maybe the 2030 date is wrong. It is necessarily based on the testimony of Dark Age historians, any number of whom could have erred in their calculations. This could alter what year after Christ we are actually in. Several of their errors were caught later and corrected, but what if others were not? A creepy thought, but one that needs to be considered.
CLICK HERE to see the countdown to September 14, 2015.
September 30, 2030 because:
- The year 2030 is exactly two Biblical (1,000-year) “days” since the Redemption (see Psalm 90:4, 2 Peter 3:8, and Hosea 6:2). Hosea could not have been talking about a literal third day here, because we were “restored” when Jesus died, not when He rose three days later.
- The Feast of Trumpets, according to people who study feast day symbolism, is the next of God’s feast days to be fulfilled.
- Maybe the 2015 date is wrong. Are the eclipse-like appearances of the sun and moon actual, naturally occurring eclipses, or special supernatural events? The Bible doesn’t tell us. If naturally occurring (and hence predictable), why are enlightened 21st century people looking for rocks to hide under? How could an eclipse take them so by surprise? Don’t they watch the news?
- If a 15-year historical error in fact occurred, it is now 15 years later than we think it is. Therefore, at least theoretically, both 2015 and 2030 could be correct at the same time! Talk about a thief in the night!
CLICK HERE to see the countdown to September 30, 2030.