Billy Graham Revisited: How President Trump’s Views on Iran & Jerusalem May Fit May

“What a moment to take the newspaper in one hand and the Bible in the other and watch the unfolding of the great drama of the ages,” said Billy Graham  So how might the news be expected to unfold?

President Trump’s ending US participation in Iran’s Nuclear Treaty and recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capitol may further tip Muslim nations against Israel, says Dr. Richard Ruhling, author of The Alpha & Omega Bible Code, offering the following view. …

In Zechariah’s apocalyptic “day-of-the-Lord” prophecy, “all nations” are gathered against Jerusalem (14th chapter) as they were when 126 UN nations voted against it being the capitol of Israel. If that happens, it signals the end-times and is an omen of impending judgment on the US, says Ruhling.

The obvious result will be war with Iran as foretold by the vision in Daniel 8 where Persia (verse 20) is now Iran and Gabriel said its defeat is “at the time of the end,” verse 17.

The vision is half fulfilled. Verse 20 includes the Medes (where Iraq is now). But while Iraq and Iran suffer for their militancy against Israel, the Bible paints the ram as a more noble creature than the goat that represents the western coalition.

Iran calls the US the great Satan that brought Hollywood, sex, violence, ‘music,’ alcohol, tobacco, drugs, perversion, pornography that they equate with Christianity, but the Bible condemns those things that may be expected to bring judgment on US as well, claims Ruhling, as he further explains…

Passover was the biblical time of judgment, but Christ’s clue, “as the days of Noah,” points to the 2nd spring month when the Flood brought destruction, a term that the apostle Paul linked to the day of the Lord and therefore to Jerusalem’s destruction, Zech 14

The biblical year begins in spring with the first new moon (chodesh) after the equinox, Exodus 12. The 2nd new moon (month) may be seen Wednesday evening, May 16 as a thin crescent. Two weeks later is the eve of [2nd] Passover, the focal point of Christ’s clues in his last several parables.

When five women missed the wedding, Christ said “watch” (clue for Passover as the only night Israel was commanded to be awake), “you don’t [understand, Greek word eido] for [because] it’s like a man traveling to a far country, Matthew 25.

Israelites didn’t travel in winter, and if they took a long journey in spring and couldn’t get back for Passover, they were to keep it in the 2nd month, Numbers 9:10,11. This clue links the last two parables together and fits “as the days of Noah” and the fig tree “when summer is nigh” (in May, not April).

Churches should be open Wednesday evening, May 30, not for ‘business as usual,’ but to watch and pray as Christ said, especially if Jerusalem suffers, Zechariah 14.

For more information readers can get a no-charge copy of Dr. Ruhling’s latest book, The Destruction of Jreusalem: a Sign for US of Good News Amid Impending Calamity, Saturday, May 12 at https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06X3W68DX

Elder Roberts,

Adventists are numb to signs of the times. Another word might be blind (Rev 3:17) God “will bring the blind by a way they knew not.” Isa 42:16. How about this…

“When you see Jerusalem compassed with armies” (Lk 21:20) judgment is impending for Adventism because ‘Jerusalem is a representation of what the church will be if it refuses to walk in the light God has given” (8T 67) and when the church re-organized with a hierarchical structure as the Catholic Church has, in spite of warnings, she said we weren’t walking in the light (and would be like Jerusalem, 8T 247,250)

Her vision of an earthquake at Loma Linda cites Zeph 1:8 as a clue for Passover, but Christ’s saying, “as the days of Noah,” points to the 2nd spring month when the Flood brought destruction, a word that Paul uses to say the day of the Lord comes as a thief, but day of the Lord links to Jerusalem’s destruction, Zech 14:1,2.

The biblical year begins in spring with the first new moon (chodesh) after the equinox, Exodus 12. The 2nd new moon (month) may be seen next Wed evening, May 16 as a thin crescent. Two weeks later is the eve of [2nd] Passover, the focal point of Christ’s clues in his last several parables.

When five women missed the wedding, Christ said “watch” (clue for Passover as the only night Israel was commanded to be awake), “you don’t [understand, Greek word eido] for [because] it’s like a man traveling to a far country, Matthew 25.

Israelites didn’t travel in winter, and if they took a long journey in spring and couldn’t get back for Passover, they were to keep it in the 2nd month, Numbers 9:10,11. This clue links the last two parables together and fits “as the days of Noah” and the fig tree “when summer is nigh” (in May, not April).

Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening, May 30, should not be ‘business as usual,’ but to watch and pray as Christ said, especially if Jerusalem suffers, Zechariah 14.

Here’s a short YouTube on Daniel’s prophecies (Dan 2 & 7)

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