Monday, November 16, 2009

False prophet Neil Lipken lumps all students of bible prophecy into the false prophet group

Why is it so hard for the false prophets such as Neil Lipken to understand when Messiah Yeshua said 'He will come at a time we think NOT' means ANY day or time and does not mean on one of God's feast days?

Fall lasts until december 21 every year.

Every year a false prophet (or two or twenty) always has a story about being told that this is the "last x-mass", "last fall", etc. and that Messiah Yeshua is going to return before such and such happens again??? False prophet Jim Bramlett has been telling this fairy tale every year for the last ten years (or variations of it) --- see previous posts:


On August 21st of this year I had a dream that I was in a taxi cab (in the back seat), and the driver leaned over the front seat, looked at me, and most emphatically said, "The Rapture is going to happen this fall". I have thought of that dream many times as we have moved through this fall. Yet we are still here, and things are relatively quiet at the moment. Any student of end time Bible prophecy would look to Rosh Hashanah in any given year as the most likely time for the Rapture---well, that was back on Sept. 19th this year. Yet Matt. 24:44 (KJ) tells us "at such an hour as ye think not the Son of Man cometh". If we think Rosh Hashanah in any given year, that might indicate the Rapture occuring at some other time. Matt. 24:21 & 22 tells us the days of the Great Tribulation are going to be shortened, otherwise everyone on earth would perish by the time of the Second Coming. And the "shortening of each day" is described in Rev. 8:12----each day will be shortened by one third. Although the calendar years of the Great Tribulation will still be 3 1/2 years, each day will be shortened by one third. One third of 3 1/2 years is one year and TWO MONTHS. So, if the Rapture happened two months later than expected in any given fall, by the Second Coming everything comes out even so to speak. This coming weekend will be the SECOND new moon after Rosh Hashanah, and a very real possibility for the Rapture (if it is to occur this year)!