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Hanukkah 2016: All You Need to Know About the Rapture (Renee M Video)

Tuesday, November 15, 2016 15:26
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Renee M: Haggai 2 gives us 2 dates in regards to the Lord shaking the heavens and the earth – these 2 dates are the 7th day of Tabernacles (when Mr. Obama was chosen as the Nobel Peace Prize winner in 2009) and the 24th day of Kislev, or Hannukah Eve (when Mr. Obama received the award).

If these 2 dates started Daniel’s 70th week, then the first rapture event must take place by Hanukkah in 2016, at the end of Daniel’s 70th week.

I believe the first rapture event was supposed to have taken place last year, after the blood moons, 3 years after Mr. Obama was re-elected on the true 7th day of Tabernacles in 2012. But Jesus told us a parable of a fig tree that was to be cut down after 3 years.

The gardener asks the owner of the tree for one final year to see if the tree will bear fruit before cutting it down. One final year was given to the US (the Queen in Revelation 18) but Haggai 2 tells us that until the 24th day of Kislev, the fig tree did not bear fruit.

Hanukkah 2016 is the time for the fig tree to be cut down & for the Queen to be replaced by a new Queen – a chosen virgin Bride who will rule the earth with King Jesus for 1000 years.

In Esther, we read about the beautiful Queen Vashti who was called to come on the 7th day of a Feast to display her beauty to the world. Vashti refused to come. America, the beautiful Queen of Revelation 18 was also called on the true 7th day of the Feast of Tabernacles in 2012 to display her beauty to the world, on Election Day, by choosing a man of character and morals to lead her.

The beautiful Queen did not display her beauty to the world on that day and re-elected Mr. Obama. Vashti was removed as Queen and four years after this happened, a chosen virgin Bride named Esther was crowned as the new Queen on what would become the 7th day of Hanukkah.

The Jewish people believe that judgment is proclaimed on the Feast of Trumpets, sealed on the Day of Atonement and delivered on the 7th day of Tabernacles.

But in Haggai 2, we see how the Lord mentions the shaking of the heavens and the earth on the 7th day of Tabernacles, but then asks Haggai about being defiled and points him to a different date – which would later become the start of Hanukkah, the second Tabernacles festival.

The Bride of Christ is still defiled and unable to celebrate Tabernacles in heaven with the Lord, but something is about to happen that will purify the Bride of Christ and she will be ready to celebrate by the 7th day of Hanukkah in 2016 (Dec 31/Jan 1).

Source: Renee M

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