The Easter Connection
This coming Easter weekend will cover three days, Friday, Saturday and
Sunday. I will share my thoughts on each of these three days.
1. Friday. Friday is the day that Jesus was crucified. It is called Good Friday.
On the day of the crucifixion there was a great earthquake that was
significant enough to be recorded as in important event of that day. At
the time of this earthquake the vail in the temple that separated man
from the presents of God was torn from top to bottom. Also during this
day the sun went dark, this was significant enough that the Romans who
were crucifying Jesus declared that He must be the Son of God.
When I had a dream in 2012 about the Northwest earthquake, in my
dream this quake was just like the 1964 Alaska earthquake. Six months
after my dream, scientists went public with the coming NW quaked called
the Cascadia earthquake. They compared it to the 1964 Alaska quake,
saying it would be as large, saying it will also be a subduction zone quake.
My last interesting connection was the fact that it happened on Good
Friday. April 19th is Good Friday.
2. Saturday. What I see interesting about Saturday is, it is the same day that
the Passover is celebrated. The Passover is the event that happened in
Egypt when the Jewish slaves were about to leave Egypt in the Exodus.
What I see as an interesting connection is the fact that it was the time
when great judgment was about to fall on Egypt and those who had
prepared escaped this coming judgment.
3. Sunday. Sunday is Resurrection Day; this was the day that Jesus rose from
the dead. This is also the day that the Bible says that many saints of old
also came out of their graves and Jesus and these saints of old were seen
on the earth for 40 days. What is interesting about this is that many
prophets that have been shown the coming Transformation have been
told that this gentile version would be for only a short time. Some
prophets have been told it will be for 40 days, similar to what happened
at the time of Christ’s resurrection when Jesus and the saints of old were
on the earth for 40 days.
Can you imagine how these saints of old had a powerful impact in
launching the church after the Crucifixion of Jesus? I can imagine how
both the Jewish 144,000 and the gentile group would do great exploits
leading the charge for the greatest revival the world has ever seen.
If I am wrong concerning the Easter connection to the kickoff event and the
transformation or if I am wrong on the Kick off events starting in April, I
stand by my position that these events will happen soon in God’s timing.
Everything convinces me that these events are imminent. No matter if my
math and timing are right or wrong, I am convinced that we must take this
information seriously and prepare our hearts for the Lord’s coming.
I am sharing the verse below from Thessalonians because this verse has been
often misinterpreted. Where it says the Lord’s coming is like a thief in the
night. This is said to mean that you won’t see it coming. If you read further
you will see that it is the sleeping church that will not see the Lord’s coming.
This verse goes on further to say that we who are watching are of the light
and this day will not catch us by surprise. This verse says that we are to
watch. If it was to be a suddenly without notice there would not be anything
for us to watch for. Are you watching or are you sleeping?
1 Thessalonians 5:2-6, “For you yourselves know perfectly that the Day of the
Lord so comes as a thief in the night. For when they say, “Peace and safety.”
Then sudden destruction comes upon them, as labor pains upon a pregnant
woman. And they shall not escape. But you, brethren are not in darkness, so
that this Day should overtake you as a thief. You are all sons of light and
sons of the day; we are not of the night, nor of the darkness. Therefore let us
not sleep, as others do, but let us watch and be sober.”