Mark Biltz Talks About The Return Of Christ On Sid Roth - Solar & Lunar Eclipses - 2014 - 2015

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In an astonishing coincidence of eclipses and Jewish Holy Days, Mark Biltz lays out the persuasive reasonin...
In an astonishing coincidence of eclipses and Jewish Holy Days, Mark Biltz lays out the persuasive reasoning to believe that Christ may return very soon, Prophecy in the News - 2008-2015 *******video.google****/videoplay?docid=-7919849924353493855 Are we in the end of days? - *******www.zimbio****/Total+Lunar+Eclipse/articles/95/Feasts+and+Years+2014+2015 June 7th 1967 Jerusalem was restored to Israel and began to be built up in troublous times! 49 prophetic years x 360 days = 17,640 days. So, lets count from June 7th 1967 forward, to the day, 17,640 days and see where it takes us! It puts you on Sep 23rd 2015 which is YOM KIPPUR !!! 5 days latter , Sep. 28, is Succoth and is the final total lunar eclipse- During the four days between the Day of Atonement and Succoth the creature gets a chance to begin the correction." *******www.kabbalah.info/engkab/holidays_eng/sukkot_art.htm This is the proper Jewish Calender: JEWISH YEAR (Biblical or Lunar Year) 1 Lunar month = 29 days 12 hours 44 minutes = 29.530556 days 1 Jewish year = 12 Lunar months (solely dependent on moons revolution round the earth) Therefore, 1 Jewish year = 12 x 29.530556 days = 354.3667 days GREGORIAN YEAR (Julian or Solar Year) 1 Solar year = 365.2424 days (solely dependent on earths revolution round the sun) Therefore, 1 Gregorian year = 1 Solar year = 365.2424 days DIVINE YEAR (Gods Year) 42 Divine months (Rev 11:2) = 1260 days (Rev 11:3; Dan 12:7) 1 Divine month = 30 days (independent of the positions of the sun and moon) Therefore, 1 Divine year = 12 months = 360 days *******www.time2alert****/Hebrew%20Calendar.htm Bethlehem Star - a CLOCKWORK EVENT *******www.bethlehemstar****/mean/mean.htm The Signs of Israel's Rebirth Lesson 1: The Parable of the Fig Tree Concluding Statement: Now it should also be perfectly clear what the parable of the fig tree in the Olivet Discourse means (Matt 24:32-34). As the disciples were walking into the city on Tuesday morning after Palm Sunday, they noticed that the tree which Jesus had cursed the day before had withered and dried up. Later, on Tuesday evening, when the memory of the withered fig tree was still fresh in their minds, Jesus spoke the parable in question. He said that when the church sees the fig tree leafing out again, it will know that "it is . . . at the doors." The Greek for "it is" can also be translated "he is." In prophecy, "door" is often a symbol for the passageway between heaven and earth (Rev. 4:1). What the parable means, therefore, is that when the nation of Israel revives after its coming disintegration and death in A.D. 70, the return of Christ will be imminent. *******www.themoorings****/prophecy/Israel/Israel1.html Intelligent Design - The Anthropic Hypothesis *******lettherebelight-77.blogspot****/
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