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The JUBILEE Of Jerusalem


The 50th anniversary Jerusalem celebrations have just ended.  We all knew this year would be significant being 50 years since Israel took control of Jerusalem, but I'm amazed at just how big the celebrations were.  The Jews themselves were calling this the "Jubilee" - perhaps that is exactly what God intended.

Fireworks, singing, parades involving tens of thousands, and major festivities around the Old City.  They even projected the story of Israel onto the Old City's walls beginning with Abraham:




It feels like we're watching the fulfillment of Bible prophecy live on TV.

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  1. What prophecy was fulfilled in this?

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    1. Not so much a particular prophecy, as it is the further fulfillment of many, many prophecies about the second return of the Jews to Israel, the rebuilding of Jerusalem, and the flourishing of a country that was desolate for centuries.

      Amos 9:11, Isaiah 11:10-12, Isaiah 66:8, Ezekiel 36:22-28, Ezekiel 37:12, Ezekiel 38:8, Jeremiah 30:3-4, Zechariah 8:7-8, Zechariah 10:10, Ezekiel 36:11, Isaiah 41:18-20, and Isaiah 27:6, among others.

      Also, some have noticed the purposeful distinction between the 62 weeks and 7 weeks within the first 69 prophetic weeks of Daniel 9:24-27. If part of this prophecy had dual fulfillment, it is interest to note that 7 weeks of years would be a jubilee period and the context of the prophecy is the decree to rebuild the city. A decree was given in 1967 and also 1969.

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  2. Another thing about today: Today is the Feast of Ascension. Also, I looked at Stellarium, and saw that Jupiter in its retrograde motion had today reached a little bit beyond the quadrangle in Virgo (which as we know is too small to contain the entire retrogade motion without "swelling" like a pregnant woman's belly). I think it's interesting that crossing the quadrangle border and the festival commemorating Jesus's ascension into Heaven happen on the same day. This is another unlikely coincidence, further cementing the rarity and potential significance of the sign.

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  3. What significance is there, that the worlds oldest man is an Israelite?

    I did some research and found out the following (I have added some possible alignments with scriptural significance)

    - He was born in 1903, Sept 15
    - He will be 120 in 2023, exactly one day before the year 2024 (as it relates to the possible final year of the tribulation).
    - Genesis 6: ‘My spirit will not strive with man forever…his days shall be 120’. And Noah was a witness to his people for 120 years while he built the ark.
    - Moses was 120 years old when he died, having ‘seen the promised land, but not stepping foot onto it’.
    - It was immediately following Moses death, that Joshua took the children of Israel into the promised land. God said to him ‘tell the Children of Israel to get ready to cross over the river Jordan’
    - The mans name is Israel Kristal (obvious significance in name)
    - In 1947, Israel married his second wife, Betsheva (meaning ‘Daughter of my Oath’). Note that this was his second wife, note the significance of her name, and the year of their marriage. Zephaniah 3:14 – Sing, Daughter Zion; Shout aloud, Israel! Be glad and rejoice with all your heart, Daughter Jerusalem”
    - Israels 2 sons died in the Nazi ghettos, with his children born to Betsheva (post 1947) named Shula, meaning ‘peace’ in Hebrew (from the root word Shalom), and ‘fire’ in Arabic; and a son ‘Chaim’, meaning ‘life’ ( So Israel married ‘Daughter of my Oath’ who gave birth to ‘Life and Peace’)
    - Israel survived as one of the ‘remnant’ of the Holocaust, with his first wife and two sons perishing in Nazi Germany
    - As it was in the days of Noah…not only do we have a modern day ark, but the people that are living, are a sign to the generation around us (as was Methuselah…”his death shall bring”.)
    - Israel has resided in Haifa since moving to Israel in 1950. Note Haifa is where Mount Carmel is, the place that, Amos spoke "Though they hide on the summit of Carmel, I will search them out and take them from there; And though they conceal themselves from My sight on the floor of the sea, From there I will command the serpent and it will bite them” and Jeremiah spoke about the new millennium in chapter 50 “And I will bring Israel back to his pasture and he will graze on Carmel and Bashan, and his desire will be satisfied in the hill country of Ephraim and Gilead”
    - If Israel lives to 120, the day after he turns 120 (2023), will be the Jewish New Year (16 Sept 2023), possibly the final year of the Trib.

    Ryan D

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    1. Very awesome discovery! I just posted an article about this:

      http://www.unsealed.org/2017/05/the-shocking-meaning-behind-worlds.html

      Thanks for spotting it.

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