Rosh Hashanah 2010 – Rapture
Posted by truthoughts on September 11, 2010
Ok, I know many of you are hoping for the rapture on Rosh Hashanah this year 2010. Well, do not loose hope just yet. The New Moon was sighted yesterday, Friday, September 10th in Israel… however, it also began the Sabbath day (Saturday).
No work is allowed on the Sabbath and to carry a Shofar is prohibited, therefore, the Shofar (trumpets) cannot be blown until Sunday, September 11th.
Technically, as I write this article, Sunday has begun in Israel because it began at their sunset which was at 6:51pm their time zone. Here are a few points I would like to share that I have heard about lately. First, I apologize that I do not at present have the back up links to show sources but if we are here after this… I will be sure to link them 😉
Ok, I heard recently that in the book of Revelation chapter 4 when John is called up to heaven… all of the events surrounding that correlate to the morning temple services of Rosh Hashanah which is also when the Last Trump is sounded.
If this is the case, that would put the Last Trump being sounded I would guess somewhere between the Jerusalem hours of 6am-9am. For me in the CST that would be between the hours of 10pm-2am the night before.
Some believe the Lord will sound the Last Trump just before sunset of that day to give everyone up to the very last moment to repent and turn to God before their judgment is sealed. If that is the case, then this year that would be roughly between the Jerusalem hours of 3pm-6pm’ish. I say “ish” because the sun doesn’t set right at 6pm but for the most part, their services for the end of one day and beginning of the next day are considering sunset at 6pm. This is where the Hours (Day) vs Watches (Night) are divided.
In the CST zone, that would be between the hours of 7am-10am that same morning. I think you get my point. I personally do not know when the Last Trump is sounded for sure and if any of you could show me, that would be greatly appreciated. I have searched this out as far as I can and it seems impossible to find the answer to this question.
Anyway, here is a link to a site that has updated recently in regard to this topic: Rosh Hashanah Rapture 2010
I hope this gives you hope to not give up just yet on this Rosh Hashanah. Keep looking up because He IS coming for us!