Feast of Pentecost : Countdown to Rapture of Jesus’ Bride

Dear Brother Gary Stearman prefaces this episode of Prophecy Watchers with the following:

Pentecost is the most mysterious of all the Jewish Feast Days. This May 24th marks this year’s festival, a day Jews believe the heavens open for a brief moment and they decorate the Bride. Wow. Everywhere one looks, Pentecost seems to be hinting at the Rapture of the Church. King David was born and died on Pentecost. According to rabbinic tradition, Enoch was born and died on Pentecost. The church, of course, was born on Pentecost as believers were indwelt permanently with the Holy Spirit for the first time. The hidden symbolism in the Feast Day makes one wonder—will the Church mark it’s original birthday with our calling away to eternity? Will the trumpet sound on May 24th? Or perhaps on a future Pentecost?

In this 2015 episode, Stearman speaking to Bob Ulrich states, “it is nearly impossible to date the rapture.” Stearman closes in on the window of time in a scripturally informed manner that will encourage you. You can be excited as you wait, undaunted by dates set that come and pass.

Find out what is meant by the 50th day, the 6th of Sivan. “There are so many hints in the Bible that scream of the rapture at Pentecost,” Bob Ulrich states.

I strongly recommend you listen to this interview several times, making notes, that you may acquire new learning on the rapture and end time events.

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4 comments on “Feast of Pentecost : Countdown to Rapture of Jesus’ Bride

  1. rubornagain2 says:

    Loved this teaching, Thank you! The only thing I would say is that with the first verse he reads from God’s Word he misquotes it by reading Leviticus 23:3 as Six weeks rather than Six days as it actually is. After wondering if different translations stated weeks rather than days, I then read multiple translations and no, the actual word there is days and not weeks. I then got the Strong’s wording and am pasting the results here so it clearly appears as though he just totally misread that verse. That description is as follows; Strong’s annotation; H3117 description; יוֹם
    yôm yome From an unused root meaning to be hot; a day (as the warm hours), whether literally (from sunrise to sunset, or from one sunset to the next), or figuratively

    • Mary Magdalene says:

      Good post Kevin. Gonna check it too! I think it is now due for Hebrew Pentecost i.e. June if not 2016 then 2017. But wow the signs are piling up!

  2. rubornagain2 says:

    Also, it just makes sense since the Holy Spirit ‘came’ at the FIRST Pentecost, He who restrains will do so until He is removed and that removal would ALSO be at the last Pentecost. Just a thought.

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