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WILMINGTON, NC, May 11, 2019 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Author and Biblical prophecy expert Richard Ruhling believes May 19 holds significance for Christians worldwide. He offers 10 compelling reasons why this is so. According to Ruhling:
May 19, 1780 was a historic "Dark Day". Pioneers in New England couldn't eat or read without lamps at noon. Many believed it signaled "the day of the Lord" foretold in Joel 2.
May 19, 1980 was also a dark day anniversary 200 years later when Mt St Helens erupted the day before. Wind took ash to darken three states in northwest on May 19. Was God marking May 19?
Reason One. May 19 this year is expected to be huge because "the day of the Lord comes as a thief…when they shall say 'Peace and safety,' sudden destruction comes." 1Thessalonians 5:2,3. The pope's peace talks between Catholics and Muslims in February fits St. Paul's prophecy.
Reason Two. President Trump's Peace Plan announcement on May 15 is also peace and safety with biblical timing. May 15 is the 10th day counting from the new moon crescent. It's the date a sacrifice was chosen for Passover/ judgment, Exod 12:2,3. This 2nd month is clued by Christ's last six parables, explained in the next six reasons:
Reason Three. "As the days of Noah," the Flood came with Passover timing (time of judgment) but in the 2nd spring month. Noah entered the ark on the 10th day. When people refused Noah's invitation, they selected themselves for sacrifice. Failure to see parallel signs and act biblically will mean trouble as events unfold. Joel Skousen's book, 'Strategic Relocation', (out of cities) is an example.
A similar warning by Christ to flee applies now. "When you see the abomination … standing where it ought not," Mark 13:14. Early believers understood the warning as applying to Rome, and when the Roman army under Cestius came in 66 AD, Christians fled Jerusalem and were spared the siege when Titus came 3 1/2 years later at Passover.
May 19 is also Passover for reasons shown in 9-11. Numbers 9:10,11 provides for Passover as a time of judgment a month later "as the days of Noah" and other parables by Christ.
Like the Roman army in 66 AD coming 3 1/2 years before Titus, Pope Francis came to US Congress 3 1/2 years ago and the 1.4 mile-long train with tanks designed for urban warfare seen recently near Sacramento https://youtu.be/q3eh2qhibRE suggest an unhappy replay of history as military moves to a UN gun-grab that ends constitutional rights? https://youtu.be/Wz1q3jbSZLU
Reason Four. "Then shall two be in the field. One shall be taken and the other left." Matt 24:40 "Then" means at the same time as the Flood--2nd Passover. Luke 17:36,37 has more… The disciples asked, Where, Lord? He replied--Where the body is, there will eagles gather. Could this be genocide like Rwanda had against Protestant Tutsis in spite of the UN having vehicles everywhere in Kigali, but did nothing to stop the slaughter?
Reason Five. The goodman, if he had known, would have watched and not suffered his house to be broken, Matt 24:43. The only prior reference to goodman is Proverb 7:19, KJV. "The goodman is a long journey…and will come home at the full moon." (yom kece)
Passover comes on a full moon, but long journey means 2nd Passover. If Israelites took a long trip and couldn't get back for Passover, they kept it a month later as provided in the law of Numbers 9:10,11. This fits May 19/20 again.
Reason Six. The evil servant begins to smite his fellow servants. The next parable begins "Then…" It has the same timing as that 10 virgin parable which has 9-11 timing again
Reason Seven. When five missed the wedding, Christ said "Watch…" It's a clue for Passover as the only night being awake was required, Exod 12:10; Matt 26:38-41. He said, You don't know. (bad translation) Eido means be aware, consider, understand. So He said, You don't understand because it's like a long journey, Matt 25:13,14, as #3 above.
Reason Eight. In the last parable, Christ was the Master who took the long journey to heaven and we should expect His return (invisibly in judgment as God came to Egypt) to conform to His law of 2nd Passover because the law is still in effect, Matthew 5:18.
The slothful servant who didn't know when the Master was coming lost his talent. Passover is a time to not appear empty before God, Exod 23:15. Taking money out of the bank in anticipation of this event may mean you have your money if banks close!
Reason Nine. All of the above as a consequence of calamity at 2nd Passover implies something huge, "as the days of Noah." Conventional wisdom says, "Wait and see" but it takes no faith to wait and see, and the wedding parables like Lk 12:36 show a sudden event beyond which it is too late to get ready--serious loss of a promised high destiny.
Reason Ten. The high destiny is seen in Luke's wedding parable. "Blessed is that servant whom his lord finds watching when he comes. He will gird himself and make him sit to eat and will serve him…He will make him ruler over all that He has…to whom much is given, much is required." Luke 12:35-48. Isn't this reason enough--why not?
For more information, readers may visit http://MayJudgmentDay.com or get a copy of the books shown there at no charge from Amazon on Saturday, May 11 at https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07NZLF7LS and https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00WCK05MY.
Dr. Richard Ruhling attended a Bible college with a Religion major. The end times have been a special interest for him since attending a prophecy conference 30 years ago. He is an expert on Biblical prophecy and the author of 'The Alpha & Omega Bible Code', 'The Earthquake & the 7 Seals'
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