posted on Mar, 25 2012 @ 04:22 PM
Originally posted by Hillarie
How can you say 2018 when even Jesus said no one knew, not even him, just God?
No man knows the day or hour, but the stars know the season and they tell, just as they foretold his birth. The prophets and high priests knew these
things. In those days, the people (except royalty, like Herod, which is why he didn't know Jesus was born), slept on their rooves in the warm months,
so they had 180 nights to observe the stars for their entire lives (and any other night, they decided to stargaze, and they did just that because they
didn't have smog and ambient light pollution obscuring the stars. Why do you think we were told to keep watch so that Jesus wouldn't come upon us like
a thief in the night?
Jesus even said we would know the season, by the "signs in the heavens" and in the earth. The signs in the heavens are the stars, specifically the
constellations, and the planets, comets and their movements. Jesus also did not
say that we wouldn't know the year, or the month or even the
week, just the day or hour, but this may be because christians are not taught the things they should know (because the Roman Catholic Church has
taught it is astrology, which is a lie), which is the jewish feastdays, the modern world has forgotten these things without the aid of astronomical
programs like NASA's "Starry Night" we still wouldn't know. Specifically the fall feasts of Rosh Hoshana, Yom Kippur and Sukkot, which are
pre-enactments of the future events the Messiah is to Fulfill. The Feast of Trumpets (Rosh Hoshana) was fulfilled the day Jesus rode into Jerusalem
riding on an ass. Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement christians call "Judgement Day", is his second coming), Sukkot (the Feast of Boothes) is when the
new heaven and knew earth are made, when man no longer builds homes for another man to lie in, or grows food for another man to eat, but man works for
his own bread and makes his own bread and builds his own homes.
edit on 25-3-2012 by lonewolf19792000 because: (no reason given)