Friday, November 22, 2013

Story of Noah Reveals Start of Millennium?

If you’ve read the book I wrote, you know the story of Noah and the Great Flood is a detailed prophetic picture of the events that will happen during Jesus Christ’s Second Coming to Earth – briefly, one righteous house of people will be lifted up safely into the air, while a world of ungodly people are destroyed, all during Earth’s 6,000 year.  But could there be other “timing” information God was revealing through the story?

Remember, also, God divinely instated 7 Feast to be kept each year, which were also prophetic in nature, revealing the “time” during a calendar year the Messiah would fulfill certain events.  He died on Passover, was buried during Unleavened Bread, rose on Firstfruits, and poured out his Holy Spirit on Weeks, all during Earth’s 4,000 year.  This leaves the Feasts of Trumpets, Atonement, and Tabernacles to be fulfilled, all during Earth’s 6,000 year.

Well, the lasts 3 Feasts are to be kept in the 7th month, during days 1, 10, and 15-21, respectively.  This means Christ will return, with the blowing of trumpets, in flaming fire, destroying the surface of planet Earth on the 1st day of the 7th month.  He will officially atone (forgive) the saints' sins during the 10th day of the 7th month.  And then, the saints will begin the restful Sabbath millennium, where Christ tabernacles (lives) with them, sometime during the 15th – 21st days of the 7th month.

So, what does all this have to do with the story of Noah?  Well, in the story, we read this: “And the ark rested in the seventh month, on the seventeenth day of the month, upon the mountains of Ararat” (Genesis 8:4).  Was God hinting at the start-time, during a calendar year, of Christ’s glorious, restful, Sabbath millennium with these words over 1,000 years before He gave Moses and the Israelites His 7 Feasts?  It wouldn’t surprise me!

Peaceful Sabbath!


Approximately 773 Weeks (Sabbaths) Remaining Till Christ's Return!


  1. Wow! How fascinating! Makes complete sense! It must be the case. God would not have randomly selected a day and month for the ark to rest. That's NOT like Him at all! Since most of the other details of the Noah account were prophetic why wouldn't these be if they match the criteria of the 7 feasts so perfectly? I truly feel you are correct!

    God is so perfect and awesome in every way, every detail so it would not surprise me either. But He is always full surprises and even though he has waited centuries in order to reveal these prophetic details he could be saving the best for last!

  2. "He could be saving the best for last!" -- I agree!!!