Signs of the End

A Discovery of Biblical Timelines

Signs of the End

A Discovery of Biblical Timelines

“But you, brethren, are not in darkness, that this day should overtake you like a thief.”       1 Thessalonians 5:4 










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The Day and Hour

September 2, 2010
It should be pretty clear that the studies found in the book and this website look to this Feast of Trumpets 2010 (September 9th) as the time of the Rapture of the Church. That is less than a week away. Time is quickly running out.

The observed calendar places Trumpets as starting September 8th at sundown and the first day runs to sundown September 9th. The next day is also observed by Judaism in case the 9th was declared in error by being too early. However, there are also those who hold to the first observable sliver of the moon as the first of the month. There is a remote possibility of it being viewed on September 9th at evening, but is more likely t be seen on September 10th, making September 11th the Feast of Trumpets according to this view. It may be the best approach to remain alert through all of these days, watching for all sets of possibilities. However, it is believed here that September 8-9th will be the proper day (depending on location). (For more information on this check:
The New Moon: Conjunction or Visible Crescent?  and The True Scriptural New Moon: Conjunction versus Crescent.)

So what may be the time for the Rapture? At the onset of the day (dusk) in Israel? Or at the fullness of the day throughout the world? Or does it end when the final trumpet sounds during the feast?

When the Church received the Spirit, it was at 9 in the morning, true Jerusalem time (Acts 2:15). Under the current time structure of the world, this would mean that about the whole world would be in the day of the feast, if this is the time. In Hawaii it would be 8 o'clock at night after the start of Trumpets. In Auckland, New Zealand it would be 6 o'clock at night and at the conclusion of Trumpets. That is something to consider.

But it would also be smart to consider all of the watch periods throughout the day!

Anyone with other good insights, please forward them...

Here is one:

"On September 10th, 2010 at 6:00 pm Jerusalem time, the Tekiah Gedolah which is the “last trump” of the Feast of Trumpets or Rosh Hashanah, will sound (1 Corinthians 15:52), initiating the rapture. The next day being the Sabbath of Returning will take on a dual purpose. The church will be returning with Christ to Heaven, and many Jews and Gentiles will return in their hearts to the Lord Jesus Christ as they realize that they have missed the rapture, and are now confronted by the reality of prophecy. Possible exceptions may be the rapture occurring anytime during the Feast of Trumpets, Sept. 8th thru the 10th."

Other facts to think about:

When the moon is at conjunction it will be 1030 Universal Time (1230 Jerusalem Time) on September 8, 2010.

1236 Jerusalem Time is real noon on September 8th and 9th.

Jerusalem sunrise is 0618 on September 8th.
Jerusalem sunset is 1855 on September 8th.

Jerusalem sunrise is 0619 on September 9th.
Jerusalem sunset is 1853 on September 9th.

Jerusalem sunrise is 0619 on September 10th.
Jerusalem sunset is 1852 on September 10th.