By Lisa Haven
In the video below Youtuber and blogger, Justus Knight, reveals how false prophets are spreading lies by putting dates on the “End of the World.” While the Bible does talk about or specifically mention a date, many fake Christians have seized the opportunity to set dates that events may occur.
Considering, the Bible tells us that “no one knows the day or the hour of the Lords return” should be a sign that any “prophet” claiming he knows the time of the end is nothing but a lier.
All that and more in this breaking report…
“No one knows the day or the hour” but we are not to be ignorant of the signs of the times. The complete and final fall of Damascus, prophesied in Isaiah, will be just before or just after the Rapture, as documented at The First International Christian Zionist Congress in the Stadt Casino in Basel, Switerland in 1985, where Theodor Herzl first prophesied Israel a state within 50 years in 1898. (I was one of 12 American representatives with my good friend, author Dr. David Allen Lewis.) Israel became a state 50 years later in 1948. I do not believe we’re all going to die April 23, 2018. Actually, I hope it’s a very nice, sunny day and I can take a Lisa Haven mp3 and go for a walk.
Now, historically, April 19-20 has had great significance. I definitely am looking forward to “seeing what’s up” those days….
“No one knows the day or the hour.” But if you count down exactly 3 1/2 years and 7 years, from the Isaiah-prophesied hour of the signing of the Agreement of Sheol (Agreement with the world f the dead) which is the first hour of the 7-year Tribulation, one WOULD KNOW the day and the hour of the mid and post-Trib Rapture. This is one argument greatly in favor of the Pre-Trib Rapture.
Well, it’s the 23rd today.. I don’t feel dead. Later in the day perhaps?