posted on May, 5 2012 @ 01:56 PM
Originally posted by NoSoup4U
I want to throw this out there to. I have been teetering on the thought that it prophecies may have double meaning. What I mean by that is, maybe
their is a spiritual application and physical application to prophecies. An example is the Feasts of the Lord being physical in the Old Testament and
spiritual in the New Testament. Maybe I should start a new thread concerning this different subject.
I believe this is likely the case. God said that in the past He had shaken the earth but at the end He would shake the heavens also. Heb 12:26 So it's
like we're having two apocalypses, as it were. I propose that we are going to be seeing an earthly shaking that culminates in a heavenly shaking; but
since most are only expecting an earthly shaking, they are totally unprepared for the heavenly shaking. Further I suspect this earthly shaking is the
source of the "strong delusion" the apostle speaks of. Meaning, perceiving the course of the shaking of the earth, everyone will understand the
apocalypse is now a reality because the earthly things will be coming to pass just as prophesied. The problem is that most aren't aware that the
things of prophecy are ultimately spiritual things, and not earthly things.
Now, at the culmination of the shaking of the earth, heaven will be shaken and this begins with Satan and his angels being cast out of heaven "like
lightning"; the stars falling in the Revelation, by a mighty shaking (I propose Satan has not yet been removed from heaven; and that we look at the
things said as prophecy- thus Jesus saying, "I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven" is prophecy about the heavenly shaking to come at the end of
the age.) Satan then comes pretending to be Jesus and the saints, and everyone believes it because- why not, they just saw the apocalypse with their
own eyes and here is Jesus right on time to defeat the earthly beast and such. Praise God, right? So, those that have no knowledge of the heavenly
things will see the earthly things being shaken, and then see Jesus appear, and believe the apocalypse is over and Christ has returned when in fact
the shaking of heaven has just begun. So in the end the strong delusion comes from an earthly mind only being able to discern earthly things, and
cannot comprehend the spiritual nature of the earthly things, which things are but prophetic pictures of things to come, spiritually. The visible will
be shaken, but take heed to the shaking of the invisible things.
But knowledge is power and the Word tells us that the King of Confusion comes with all his host on the 10th day of the 10th month to launch his attack
against the saints. So if we see "Jesus" showing up on the 10th day of the 10th month I fully expect anyone reading this to pull the biggest Admiral
Ackbar of all time. And I hope that reference is understood because it's a shame to waste such a great reference.
Now I can't fail again here to note that the next 10th day of the 10th month corresponds to our Dec 23 of this year. And both Dec 21 and Dec 23 are
considered equally valid Mayan long count end dates because there is the matter of some interpretive issue. So that's just; odd. It's just odd. I know
that it's enough to make me say, "Okay; let's go ahead and go with yellow alert bordering on red; put the shields up and ready the phasers." And I
know I've never given that order before and up until not long ago never really expected to be giving.
edit on 5-5-2012 by MrCobb because: (no