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2012,16,18,20,22

This guy just keeps setting dates!


2012, 16, 18, 20, 22?

BY BROOKS ALDEN

Here we go again with people who just cannot it seems stop trying
to use charts, so-called "scholars" and numbers, to figure out
when either Jesus will return or the great tribulation will
begin. Here's a fellow who has tried before, admits he fails, but
like being drugged on some powerful narcotic just cannot stop his
date setting - Keith Hunt


There is something very puzzling about timing. We totally
understand when we say two plus two equals four but when we say
four and a bit, it doesn't make sense. So when God basically
said, "Six days shall we gather and one day we shall rest" and
God's day being 1,000 years, as espoused by the Apostle Peter
(Chapter 3:8); and if Bible scholar Bishop Ushher is correct,
then why aren't we in the period of rest. After all, aren't we
told, "He Changeth not!"

(Because God is not on a 6,000 year plan, as I've explained a few
times on this website in various studies - they do not understand
Peter correctly - Keith Hunt)

If we were to go with an almost universally accepted Bishop
Ussher's dating of 4004 BC as a beginning point, the six days
would have expired in 1997 (adding one year for the cross over
from 1 BC to 1 AD). Yet, it most certainly isn't a Kingdom like
feeling we are experiencing.

(Ya well forget 4004 BC - God's not on any man made 6,000 or
7,000 [including the millennium] plan - Keith Hunt)

Howard Rand, a twentieth century Bible scholar believes that
Ussher's only error was in assuming that the nativity of our
Saviour was four years after instead of four years before the
commonly quoted 4000 A.M. When applied, Rand would have the six
days running to 2005. But again, difficulties have abounded since
then.

(I guess so. Rand died long before 2005 and was not around to see
his date smash to the ground in a million pieces - not so great a
scholar after all - Keith Hunt)

A Bible chronology scholar by the name of Dimbleby and a Great
Pyramid (The Bible in Stone) expert, David Davidson, both
determined that the end of the six days, from their base of 4000
BC, arrived at the autumn equinox of 2001, the time of the tragic
911. It's gotten much worse since. Interestingly, in my analysis
of the prophecy of Daniel 12, I demonstrated that God employed
different time measures in His Plan and that 1821 was 6 days of
lunar time from 4000 BC. If you recall my recent article, you
will recall that I suggested this was the beginning of the Esau
Dominion and that 2001, or one-half a time, was the commencement
of Esau's harvest period.

(Also a bunch of garbage nonesense by Brooks Alden. He must dream
up numbers and dates in his sleep as he's always doing it, it
seems about twice a year - Keith Hunt)

It is obvious that the Lord did not return at the end of the six
days, indeed, the Bible tells us that His return will not take
place until the third day [from either the First Advent of Jesus
Christ or the date of the Crucifixion] or, in the seventh day of
God's time schedule. From the Old Testament, Hosea 6:2 confirms
this, "After two days he will revive us:, in the third day he
will raise us up, and we shall live in his sight." In the New
Testament, we have the Lord's Word in many references to the
third day. He was resurrected on the third day; returned to
Jerusalem after 2 days in the prophecy of Lazarus, and on and on.
As an aside, I wrote a number of articles in the past on the
importance of 2003 AD on God's calendar and demonstrated how this
year was arrived at in so many instances; that it was the
beginning of the final judgment upon True Israel. I also
published articles on how 2007 came up so often in prophetic
interpretation.

(And he's also hot air on all those ideas - like I said the guy
must be dreaming on these things in his sleep, as he never seems
to give up; maybe when he's dead he'll finally stop all this date
settings - Keith Hunt)

But the question is, "when did the timing change from six days to
early in the third day of Christ's First Advent (or to the
seventh day)."

(Are you even following all this stuff coming from his pen, I
lost him way back when ..... a number of years ago I lost this
guy and shook my head at his maps of date settings - Keith Hunt)

Do you suppose the answer lies in the story of Hezekiah's
sickness, as described in 2 Kings 20. Remember, in reading the
chapter, we must always be aware that a Bible recorded event or
story of the past can very often parallel a projection into the
era in which we live. God has a wonderful way of taking a small,
sometimes major, incident and making it into a much stronger
incident in our era. Yet, both the event and the projection are
in variably linked together.

(Here we go with another of Alden's ideas in map date settings -
Keith Hunt)

Space prevents me from getting too deep into the story, or, the
prophecy, but let's look at a few of the highlights. Hezekiah is
sick and is about ready to die. This is very similar to the true
Israel nations today; we are sick and are sinking fast under the
Dominion of Esau. Incidentally, the name "Hezekiah" means "Yahweh
Strengthens," and in our era, this could possibly refer to True
Israel praying to God for His protection. In Hezekiah's day,
after pleading with the Lord for healing, the Lord heard his
prayer and said He would heal Hezekiah. It reminds me of 2
Chronicles 7:14, "If my people, which are called by my name,
shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn
from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will
forgive their sin, and will heal their land." So when we the
nation go to its knees and prays to God, He will heal our land.
Here's the interesting part, God said that upon healing,
Hezekiah, on the third day, would go up to the house of the Lord.
Isn't this what Hosea prophecies of our healing. "Come and let us
return unto the Lord .... He will heal us ......... After two
days will he revive us: in the third day he will raise us up, and
we shall live in his sight."

(Alden has not a clue about the correct understanding of this
prophecy in Hosea - Keith Hunt)

It was at this point that God added 15 years to Hezekiah's life;
Hezekiah, the strengthened of Yahweh or perhaps, in our era,
"True Israel." Hezekiah's ailment was a boil and was cured by an
application of a lump of figs. Now a boil is full of impurities
that poison the body. All of us realize that the Israel nations
today have been so controlled through the Esau Dominion that we
are poisoned with such immorality and wickedness that we will
only be healed by the return of our wonderful Saviour. His return
to heal us might be likened to the lump of figs applied to the
uncleanness in Hezekiah's day.

(Well that is true.... we will not be healed of wickedness until
the Lord returns - Keith Hunt)

But adding 15 years to the six days finds us in the seventh day
when we could well see the return of Christ and the wonder of His
Kingdom, perhaps as glimpsed by Peter, James and John at the
transfiguration. Notice that it was in the seventh day, "And
after six days Jesus taketh Peter, James and John his
brother..... " (Matthew 17:1)
Now adding 15 years to the earlier mentioned dates is bound to
disappoint those who have hoped 2012 might be the long
anticipated time, but they might be buoyed that it is at least
one of the dates. Let's look:

Year 1997 plus 15 equals 2012 Year 2001 plus 15 equals 2016 Year
2003 plus 15 equals 2018 Year 2005 plus 15 equals 2020 Year 2007
plus 15 equals 2022

(Wow....I mean how silly can you get. Putting the 15 years of a
king's longer life together with the return of Christ ... it
blows me away as to how people get drugged on date setting for
the end of this age and Christ's return or the coming of the
great tribulation, or the secret rapture, or whatever else date
setters come up with for setting dates - Keith Hunt)

I recall a few years ago at the BIWF conference in Toronto that
Alan Campbell suggested that 2012 might well be the year and it
does have much going for it that the other years mentioned above
don't. To demonstrate this, let's consider the distances from
each year to 2012, employing the meanings of the numbers as
described by Ed Vallowe in his book "Biblical Mathematics."
From Ussher's 1997 to 2012 is 15 years, 15 being the number
for rest. Could this correlate to Lamentations 4:22, "The
punishment of thine iniquity is accomplished ..." meaning if 2012
is indeed the year, True Israel will be at rest.

From Dimbleby and Davidson's 2001 is 11 years, 11 being the
number for judgment. Can this be related to Lamentations 4:22 as
well, ".....he will visit thine iniquities, O daughter of Edom,
he will discover thy sins."

From 2003 to 2012 is 9 years, 9 speaks of finality or Divine
Completeness from the Lord. Will man be made good in the new
Birth?

From 2005 to 2012 is 7 years, 7 denoting completeness and
perfection.

From 2007 to 2012 is 5 years, 5 stands for Grace or God's
Goodness.

You have to admit these numbers are intriguing. But poor Brooks,
he has been wrong in his interpretations before. Still???   
..........

OH YOU BET HE HAS BEEN WRONG!!! BUT THE FELLOW JUST CONTINUES TO
THINK UP VERSES AND NUMBERS OF GOD, BRINGS OUT STRANGE IDEAS FROM
THIS OT THAT KING OF ISRAEL, AND INTERPRETATIONS ADDED TO
INTERPRETATIONS, FROM THIS GUY OR THAT GUY WHO HAVE LONG BEEN
DEAD AND HAD THEIR DATES BLOWN TO A MILLION FRAGMENTS. YES HE
ENDS WITH "STILL" .... AND SO HE ***STILL*** CONTINUES HIS FRUIT-
NUT IDEAS.

NOTHING IN 2012 IS GOING TO HAPPEN AS FAR AS JESUS RETURNING, OR
THE GREAT TRIBULATION STARTING. ALL THESE DATE SETTERS HAVE
REALLY NO CLUE ABOUT UNDERSTANDING CORRECTLY BIBLE PROPHECY.

NOW ***YOU***CAN KNOW BIBLE PROPHECY. I'VE REVEALED IT TO YOU ON
THIS WEBSITE. ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS WATCH THE EVENTS COME TO PASS
THAT I'VE TOLD YOU WILL COME TO PASS BEFORE THE LAST GREAT
TRIBULATION COMES AND THE LAST 42 MONTHS OF THIS AGE, AND THEN
THE RETURN OF CHRIST JESUS TO ESTABLISH THE KINGDOM OF GOD ON
EARTH FOR THE FIRST 1,000 YEARS.

Keith Hunt


 
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