Monday, August 5, 2013

The Prophecy Of Rabbi Judah Ben Samuel and the Blood Moons of 2014 and 2015



Written by: Gail Green

Bible prophecy is being fulfilled in this generation: Jesus will be arriving soon! Hallelujah!!!
 
If you have took a pretty good look around my blog you probably understand that I believe we will see Jesus within a seventy year time frame and  we will enter the middle of the final seven years somewhere around Shavuot (May June) of 2014.  I came to that conclusion through the evidence God has shown me concerning the way he has done things in the past: he has a pattern.  I believe my conclusions are valid and there are at least two signs in these last days that line right up with them: the blood moons of 2014 and 2015 and the prophecy of Rabbi Judah Ben Samuel in 1217.
  

The Prophecy of Rabbi Judah Ben Samuel

Rabbi Judah Ben Samuel in 1217 gave a prophecy saying that the Ottoman Turks would rule over the holy city of Jerusalem for eight Jubilees. A Jubilee is a period of fifty years according to Leviticus 25:8-13. Eight Jubilees would then be four hundred years. Without fail the Rabbi’s prophecy began its fulfillment three hundred years later in 1517 when the Ottoman Turks seized control of the city of Jerusalem and ruled over it for exactly four hundred years ending in the year 1917. Rabbi Judah didn’t stop there he also prophesied that during the ninth Jubilee Jerusalem would be a “no-man’s land.” That was fulfilled when the holy land was placed under British Mandate in 1917 until 1967.
During the time between 1917 and 1967 there was a strip of land in Jerusalem that belonged to no nation and both Israelis and Jordanians called it a “no-man’s land”. In 1967 that all changed when the whole of Jerusalem became property of the Jews. And… that still wasn’t the end of the Rabbi’s prophecy he then told of a tenth Jubilee cycle of fifty years and that in that fifty years Jerusalem would be under the control of the Jews and the Messianic “end times” would begin. The tenth Jubilee began in 1967 and will be concluded in 2017. I don’t know about you but it’s kind of hard for me to ignore the Rabbi’s prophecies and what is more astounding is that the seventy year generation fits right in with Rabbi Judah Ben’s prophecy. Is there really anyway this could all be coincidence?Please Click Here to see a Chart that lines up , Judah Samuel's prophecy, the Blood Moons, the seventy years of the Babylonian captivity, the birth of Jesus until the temple's destruction in 70 AD, and the years since Israel was born until the seventieth year.

Blood Moons of 2014 and 2015

Joel 2:31 The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, before the great and the terrible day of the LORD come (Act 2:20, Rev. 6:12).
In 2014 and 2015 there will be what is called a tetrad of lunar eclipses or otherwise known as Blood Moons. These eclipses will fall on the Jewish feasts days of Passover 4/15/14 and Tabernacles 10/8/14 then again in 2015 on Passover 4/4/15 and Tabernacles 9/28/15.The eclipses falling on the feasts days is very rare and hadn’t happened for five hundred years until just after Israel became a nation. The first time it happened was 1949/50 and then it happened again in 1967/68. The ones that will take place in 2014/15 will be the third time this uncommon occurrence has happened since Israel was born. In both prior cases of the Blood Moons Israel was at war. Could it be that by April of 2014 Israel will be in the beginning of the desolations that will occur until Jesus comes??? According to the seventy year generation time frame that will be the middle of the seven years Daniel speaks of in chapter nine.

The following is a interview  with the man who first discovered the Blood Moons of 2014/2015.


Follow this link to see part two: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QP6lhHdrfbI

There is clear evidence that since the times of Moses God has kept time according to his feasts days that are otherwise called "appointed times". Jesus is coming in the appointed time; just as he died at the appointed time of a feast of Passover he will return at the appointed time of the feast of Tabernacles. Follow the links below and learn how God does things in patterns and that his pattern for a generation is proven to be a period of seventy years. Learn the amazing facts that link the Babylonian captivity to the generation that will see the 2nd coming of Christ.

28 comments:

Portal of Aizheng said...

It's all a lot of whooy. Jesus is not coming. When He first revealed this in Mark and Matthew, his apostles ALL believed He was coming back in their generation. Since then, EVERY generation thought He was coming back in THEIR generation.
But He didn't and the world went on.
And so it will, because this Word is METAPHORICAL. This will not be a historical event but a SPIRITUAL one.
What one should be concerned about is meeting Him after death at the THRONE of Judgement. Don't be so concerned about the rest of the world. Unfortunately, it will be around for Millenia. Don't waste your time and everyone else's with these foolish and fantastical SPECULATIONS based on CALCULATIONS. Some people like to feel comfortable feeling they are in some sort of control by reducing Nature to mathematical calculations. This is equivalent to Astrology which as you know is PAGAN.

Anonymous said...

The prince is coming

Anonymous said...

Are you telling us that the Great Tribulation has started 3 years ago?

What evidence do you have?

Gail said...

Hi Anonymous,

Thanks for the question!

There is no short answer so it may take me till tomorrow to get back with you.

God Bless!!!

Gail said...

Hi Anonymous,

I apologize for taking so long to get back to you. After I got started writing I couldn’t seem to find an ending point. I decided I would just say as far as evidence goes my blog is filled with it, especially the chart concerning the seventy years of the Babylonian captivity, the generation of Jesus, and a seventy year period from Israel's birth. Of course there are many reasons why the chart could be ignored but I personally don't have any.

Concerning the question am I saying “The Great Tribulation” started three years ago, no, I'm not saying that; however, I am saying that IF the seventy year generation is right then the last seven years had to have commenced as of the Jewish year 5771. Just so you will understand where I'm coming from on the timing of THE GREAT tribulation I would like to explain myself:

According to Jesus the “Great Tribulation” doesn't start until the abomination of desolation is set up: Matthew 24:15—WHEN YE THEREFORE SHALL SEE THE ABOMINATION OF DESOLATION, SPOKEN OF BY DANIEL THE PROPHET, STAND IN THE HOLY PLACE, (whoso readeth, let him understand:) Then let them which be in Judaea flee into the mountains” (Matt. 24:21) for THEN SHALL BE GREAT TRIBULATION such as was not since the beginning of the world to this time, no, nor ever shall be.

Jesus is clearly telling us that when the abomination of desolation stands in the Holy Place that will be the time when there will be great tribulation such as was not or ever will be. It will be at that time the people need to run for the mountains and hide. I believe that if the seventy year generation is the time frame Jesus meant when he said the word generation in Matthew 24:34 then the time of the abomination of desolation should be this summer: between spring and fall. I'm thinking probably in the middle of the seven weeks of feasts the Jews count every year starting with Passover and ending at Shavuot. This is purely speculation. One thing is for sure, rather the seventy years are right or not it is the season for the Lord's return!!!

God bless!!!

Catherine said...

Please check this refutation of the blood moon theory. It's the best one in my opinion:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=--kA2-5z2zI

I would be interested in your opinions of that film.

I like Mark Biltz, and have listened to many of his teachings. I don't think these blood moons are going to be of any significance, but we shall see.

Gail said...

Hi Catherine,

Thanks for the link. While I'm checking that out if you would please check out the chart at this link: http://numberofhisname.blogspot.com/2013/09/blood-moons-of-2014-and-2015-rabbi.html

The chart is toward the end of the page you can't miss it.

God Bless!!!

Catherine said...

Hi Gail, I've had a quick look at the link and will read it through slowly tomorrow. I will email you back rather than comment on here. I've been checking out this Rabbi Judah Ben Samuel's 'prophecy'. Allowing for it being 'kosher', its timing is very interesting. I still think the blood moons could be red herrings. Will hopefully get back to you over next few days once I've digested your timeline.

Gail said...

Thanks Catherine,

Sounds good! I look forward to hearing back from you.

I will try and get something posted on my thoughts about the video soon as I can.

Irv said...

Blood Moons, Pretrib Rapture, Etc.

Heard of the coming blood moons? Is the pretrib rapture symbolized by anything in the heavens?
Hal Lindsey, influenced by occultic astrology, asserts on p. 124 in "The Late Great Planet Earth" that the famous Sphinx in Egypt has the head of a "woman" - even though encyclopedias say it's the head of a "man"! Hal's plagiarism on that page of a 19th century British theologian is his acceptance of the occultic Virgo-to-Leo theory - a "Christian" zodiac arbitrarily starting with Virgo (Virgin Mary) and ending with Leo (Christ returning as "Lion," Rev. 5:5).
Those who swallow this guesswork often see Ursa Minor (part of Cancer which precedes Leo) as a heavenly "symbol" of a pretrib rapture!
Pretribs also insist on separating the "church" from "Israel" - but when you aren't looking (or thinking) they blithely "prove" pretrib by the Jewish feasts in Leviticus, the stages of a Hebrew wedding (Google "Pretrib Rapture: A Staged Event"), and the one "taken" and the other "left" in "Jewish" Matthew 24.
Amazingly, Jewishness (and even anti-Jewishness) has been uncovered even in pretrib dispensationalism's 19th century foundation (Google "Roots of Warlike Christian Zionism")!
The current "blood moons" craze (promoted by lunar persons including rock musician Scottie Clarke and John Hagee) is tied to - you guessed it - the same old Jewish feast days.
Yes, there's something colored red in the future of the church, but I don't have moons in mind. What will really turn red will be the collective faces of many when it finally dawns on them that their any-moment fly-away was nothing more than an end time hoax!

[Hi Gail. Saw the above web bit.]

Gail said...

Hi Irv, I know it's a little bit late but...Thanks for sharing!

jacobreddy devidi said...

can i know about zac poneen , will apture occur befor tibulation

Gail said...

Hi Jacob,

Thanks for bringing Mr. Poonen to my attention. I watched his video titled, “The Truth About the Pre-Tribulation Rapture” and I absolutely agree with everything he said! Thank God for the few men who teach the truth! Mr. Poonen teaches what Jesus clearly says; it will be after the tribulation when he comes and when he does appear EVERY EYE shall see him, even those who pierced (crucified) him: dead and living.

God Bless!!!

Julie Dorsey said...

I have one problem with"Metaphorical"view.
It's IIPeter 3:1-7 Is a metaphorical view a
scoffers view?

Blessings,
Waiting for Eternity :)

Allan said...

Concerning the abomination of desolation spoken of in Daniel, it seemss to me that the Temple in Jerusalem needs to be standing for that to happen. I see no Temple in Jerusalem therefore I can't forsee the AoD happening any time soon.

Gail said...

Hi Allen,

I personally don't think the “Temple” will be rebuilt before Jesus comes. I know that goes against common belief but think about this: when God wanted his temple rebuilt two times prior he specifically said it would be constructed and he specifically said who would do it, is there any verses that specifically say the “Temple” will be physically rebuilt in the last days and who will build it? The only verses I can find pertain to Jesus being the builder of the “Temple” and I don't interpret it to mean in a physical way but rather spiritual.

How can the AOD be placed in the temple and it not be there? Well...I'm glad you asked.

The Holy Mountain of Israel (Jerusalem) is God's sacred place and the Vatican will soon have control over it by the agreement of the Jews, Arabs, and Christians. I believe if anything is built it will be a gymnasium/community play and worship center (that was done in the days of Antioch Epiphanies a clear example of “The Antichrist”) and according to an article I read a while back The Vatican has plans of doing that very thing and as you know the Jesuit/Humanistic Pope will be the ring leader.

Thanks for asking!

God Bless!!!

Gail said...

I apologize for spelling your name wrong Allan lol. I wasn't paying attention.

Anonymous said...

This is my opinion and I have no facts to back it up. But, this generation will see the rapture. All the signs that is recorded in the Bible have happened or is happening now. I had a dream and was shown the Church being lifted to Heaven. The Angel said that it was not yet time but time is at hand. The anti-Christ is already here. Watch and do not be deceived.

Anonymous said...

Hi Gail,
I have a question. The Temple Mount is not under Jewish control, right? Isn't it a part of Jerusalem? So all of Jerusalem is not under Jewish control, right? Does that cause any hiccups in the prophecies? How is it reconciled?

Gail said...

Hi Anonymous, The Jews actually conquered the Temple Mount but they later agreed to let the Arabs keep control of it. As far as it goes Israel is in control of Jerusalem and that is why they have to agree to a two state solution. No, I don't think it throws any kind of hiccup in prophecy.

On 7 June 1967, during the Six-Day War, Israeli forces advanced beyond the 1949 Armistice Agreement Line into West Bank territories, taking control of the Old City of Jerusalem, inclusive of the Temple Mount.

The Chief Rabbi of the Israeli Defense Forces, Shlomo Goren, led the soldiers in religious celebrations on the Temple Mount and at the Western Wall. The Israeli Chief Rabbinate also declared a religious holiday on the anniversary, called "Yom Yerushalayim" (Jerusalem Day), which became a national holiday to commemorate the reunification of Jerusalem. Many Jews saw the capture of Jerusalem and the Temple Mount as a miraculous liberation of biblical-messianic proportion.[citation needed] A few days after the war was over 200,000 Jews flocked to the Western Wall in the first mass Jewish pilgrimage near the Mount since the destruction of the Temple in 70 CE.

The then Prime Minister of Israel, Levi Eshkol, gave control of access to the Temple Mount to the Jerusalem Islamic Waqf. The site has since been a flash-point between Israel and local Muslims.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Temple_Mount

Thanks for asking! God bless!

Phil said...

Yes, the bible is literally,figuratively,and both at the same time, and more!
It's God talking remember? Before, the Trib. starts there is a peace treaty between Israel and the Anti-christ! Have not seen or heard of it yet! The second coming of Jesus is at the END of the seven year Trib. Before there is an end to the Trib. there must be a beginning. The rapture is not a coming, those dead and alive by their faith in Christ at the Cross only will RISE and meet HIM in the air! Any other way is Biblically unsupported. This also includes ADAM and EVE, if they expressed remorse. The main part of the temple will be rebuilt in hours and sacrifices started again. And,the Anti-christ will set himself in the temple at mid-Trib.. declaring himself to be God. So, the temple will be built sometime between the treaty and mid-Trib. Also, all believers in the Cross of Jesus are described as a TEMPLE of the HOLY SPIRIT. Jesus IS THE CHURCH, he can not be a bride to Himself, therefore, the bride is NOT the Church! The BRIDE, IS ALL peoples of the Israel, God's chosen, and the territories measured by the Holy City HIS wife,coming down from Heaven,1500 miles by 1500 miles and 1500 miles high! It is Jesus WHO restores Jerusalem using his rightousness the Church, HIMSELF!

Gail said...

Thanks for your comment Phil!

As far as I can tell, there is nothing in the Bible that says there will be a seven year peace treaty with Israel. Daniel 9, says there will be a covenant confirmed with many; where does many become Israel or covenant become a peace treaty?

As far as a temple being rebuilt: there is nothing that says that will happen either. God's temple is Jerusalem. It is His Holy Place. There was two times God said the temple would be built and he said who would build it and when. So if a temple is built it is not of God but of man (IMO).

God has had a history of seventy year generations when it come to punishment and destruction: Babylonian captivity (temple destroyed) and His generation (temple destroyed). This is not my opinion but fact.

God Bless!!!

Virginia Mead said...

Hi Gail,
I just read some of the posts you have. I have to disagree with the person who claims that there will be no pre-tribulation rapture. I have been studying the bible lessons Through The Bible With Les Feldick" and I am confident in my belief that the Christians will be ruptured be fore the great tribulation. Our salvation is based on the gospel of Paul. Jesus came to fulfill the prophecy of the Jews. The Jews are under the law. We Gentiles are under a different doctrine of Grace. The Jews are to believe in his name. The Gentiles are to have faith in the Lord and believe that he was crucified, died, and was resurrected. That he died for our sins. I Cor 15: 1-4. In the bible from Genesis thru The first few chapters of Acts, is all Jewish ground. We Christians are to be the body of Christ. We are joint heirs with Christ. No where in the Old Testament will you find the body of Christ mentioned, therefore, we will be raptured out before God poors out his wrath on the Jews for rejecting Jesus. Yes, the Gentiles that are left behind will be punished also in the tribulation, but it is for the Jews that the tribulation poured out upon. Before any response, please YouTube Through the bible with Les Feldick. Check out lesson 11-1-4.
Thank you for your time and God Bless
Virginia Mead

Gail said...

Hi Virginia, I just seen your comment. I haven't had a chance to watch the video but I have watch Les Feldick before, on TV. I'll watch it and get back to you. Thanks for commenting!!!

Gail said...

Thanks again for commenting Virginia. I apoligize for just getting back to you. First I want to say that which view we hold on the coming of Jesus is not what saves us, but believing in Jesus and the truths we find in his word. In our world today there are so many so called truths, but in reality, when it comes to God there is only one truth, and it is our duty to know that truth. To learn that truth we have to let the spirit teach us and we have to trust that if the Bible says something it is true. So many of these so called preachers and teachers take one verse and build a whole false doctrine around it to make it so. I really don't know how these people look themselves in the mirror. There are very few who teach the real truth. One good way to recognize a false doctrine: if a lot of people believe it, it is more than likely wrong.

When I was a child my daddy use to tell me, that just before Jesus comes, the devil would invent a false truth and deceive many; there would be another gospel preached that would be so close to the truth, hardly anyone would be able to tell the difference. I often wondered how that could be until I came against the many different rapture views. As I said before, there is only one truth, so in the mix everybody is wrong but one, the two most favored views are pre and post, in my opinion, the other views were invented by folks wanting to be different. Either way we are only going to be working with the two most believed views: one is right and one is wrong. Either Jesus will come before the tribulation or he will come after.

If something makes sense it is usually true, if it doesn't make sense, it usually isn't true.

Mr. Feldick said, “Paul” was the only Apostle who spoke to the Church but the very first time the word church is used, in the New Testament, Peter's name is associated with it; Matthew 16:18, when Jesus said, “I say also unto thee, That thou are PETER, AND UPON THIS ROCK I WILL BUILD MY CHURCH. (I use large letters to point out stuff not yell. Lol). What was Jesus building his church on? Peter said, “Thou art the Christ, the Son of the living God.” Peter and all those standing around him were Jews, but first and foremost they were followers of Jesus, they were his disciples. What is the Gospel? It is the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus; Peter and all the Apostles taught of the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus. Who does the church consist of, if not those who believe in those things?

1 Pe 1:1—Peter an apostle of Jesus Christ, TO THE STRANGERS scattered
throughout Pontus, Galatia, Cappadocia, Asia, and Bithynia.

2 Peter 1:1—Simon Peter a servant and an apostle of Jesus Christ, to them that have obtained like precious faith with us through the righteousness of God and our Savior Jesus Christ.

Gail said...

All of the Bible is for the Christian, a child of God. The Bible is for us to know and understand the ways and will of God. When it comes to any subject, even Grace, you will find it in the Old Testament. God is the same today as he has been from the beginning; he never changes. Man puts so many negative thoughts in our minds to scare us from trying to understand for ourselves so they can prosper from our ignorance. Don't let that happen to you. If Jesus said, to his Apostles, those who loved, followed, and died for him, that he is coming after the tribulation, then he is coming after the tribulation.

Let's look at something Mr. Feldick said during his teaching:

“Turn to chapter 15, verse 23. 1 Co 15:23—But every man in his own order.” (Feldick)

CHRIST THE FIRSTFRUITS; AFTERWARD THEY THAT ARE CHRIST'S AT HIS COMING. The writing in capitol letters is the rest of the verse, but he neglects to quote it. why??? I can tell you why; it doesn't fit in with his interpretation.) If the verse is read with all the words, like it should be, then we plainly understand that Christ was the firstfruits and that at his second coming he will gather all that belong to him, at one time.

The following is word for word what Mr. Feldick said concerning this verse.

“All of the human race is not going to be resurrected at the same moment. There's gonna be divisions. Here in chapter fifteen Paul says, 'But, everyman in his own order'.” The word order again in the Greek is a military term, a term of organization, so, you might say, every man in his own company, or battalion or division. See. It's a term of organization. So, there's going to be, several resurrections of the believers. Not all at the same time, but, rather close in proximity of course. But, since Paul is writing to the church, the only resurrection he is dealing with here in verse 52 and 53, now again, is the resurrection of the body of Christ. It will not include the Old Testament believers, and actually it can't include the tribulation saints because that hasn't happened yet. So, what we have here, is the out calling or the resurrection of the church age believer only... So, for now let's just deal with the church age believer. Those of us who came in by believing the gospel, not for anything we've worked for but believing the gospel.” (Feldick, Les).

Gail said...

As I said before, there are two gospels and only one is true. In our world today we have what is called dispensationism. Dispensationlism was created to back up the pre-trib rapture. It teaches there is a church age and it only includes those who were saved from the time of Pentecost until the rapture, and that it will be only these Believers at the “Bema Judgement”. Every prophet of the Old Testament talked about the first, and second coming of Jesus. They wrote about salvation through him. If they wrote about him, wouldn't it be logical to say they believed in him? If they believed in him, then wouldn't that make them believers? And if they are believers then won't they all be at the “Bema Seat Judgement” that is for BELIEVERS?

What it all boils down to is good and evil. When Jesus comes, the good will be on his right hand and the evil will be sent to where there is wailing and gnashing of teeth. There will be Christians and there will be none believers and they will consist of both Jew and Gentile (all the world). It is really that simple. Jesus said when he comes, “EVERY EYE” will see him. If Jesus says EVERY EYE (all people) will see him, I believe HIM, not some man who takes one or two, HALF verses from here and one or two HALF verses from there and makes a claim of any sort. The words of Jesus are plain and not confusing if you read them all together as a chapter or a book instead of taking a verse here and a verse there.

Jesus told his first disciples everything they needed to know about the last days just before his return and he never mentions a rapture before the tribulation, but he does say “In those days after the tribulation”, . He only speaks of a one time, second appearance to those who love him. Now, we can either accept what Jesus says or accept what Mr. Feldick says. Only one of them are true. I chose to believe the straight forward words of Jesus and I hope you do too.

May God bless you abundantly!!!

Virginia Mead said...

Hi Gail, got your email today. I really appreciate your response. I agree there are so many false doctrines out there and it can be confusing to readers and listeners. Bottom line is to believe that Jesus died for my sins, died, and was resurrected. I don't want to see anyone miss out on the chance for salvation. Thank you again for letting me speak.

V. Mead