The 120th Jubilee was 2015-16 from Feast of Trumpets Sept. 14, 2015 to Elul 29, 2016. 2016-17 is the first year of 7 years of plenty
to 2022-23. What follows are 7 years of famine
(the Tribulation) from 2023-24 to 2029-30. From Feast of Trumpets Sept. 16, 2023 there are 2,520 days (7 x 360) to Tisha B'Av Aug. 8, 2030. Tisha B'Av was when the 1st and 2nd Temples were destroyed. Jesus returns to reign in the 3rd Temple.
Construction on the 3rd Temple must begin by 2020 so it is completed by Passover 2024 because it takes 2300 days for the Temple to be cleansed
) from Passover April 23, 2024 to Tisha B'Av Aug. 8, 2030. For 30 days more to the 1290th day (Dan. 12.11
) Jesus judges the nations. 45 more days to the 1335th day (Dan. 12.12
)--a few days after Simchat Torah Oct. 20, 2030 (final feast of the year)--He sets up Israel as the center of all nations.
This agrees with the "sign of the Son of Man" (Matt. 24.30
) asteroid Apophis
April 13, 2029 near the end of the Tribulation. It comes within satellite distance of earth; last time an asteroid this size hit earth was 80,000 years ago. "If therefore thou shalt not watch...thou shalt not know what hour I will come upon thee" (Rev. 3.3
). If you are not watchful you can't know when Jesus returns. When Jesus returns all Christians will know it so this verse refers to prophesying when Jesus returns.
. If we are not "watchful and pray always
we will not be accounted worthy
to escape all these things that shall come to pass [the Tribulation], and to stand before the Son of man" (Luke 21.36
) "before the throne" (Rev. 7.9
) in 3rd heaven, before the first angel sounds the beginning of the Tribulation (8.7). If "you keep the word of My patience, I also will keep thee from the hour of trial [the Tribulation], that hour which is to come upon the whole world, to try them that dwell upon the earth" (Rev. 3.10
). The first rapture is according to readiness. "Then shall two man be in the field; one is taken [raptured], and one is left: two women shall be grinding at the mill; one is taken [raptured], and one is left. Watch therefore
: for ye know not on what day your Lord cometh" (Matt. 24.40-42
). Both the "taken" and the "left" are believers in Christ
, but sadly not all Christians keep the word of His patience, conduct of Matt. 5-7, are prayerful, and watchful so they are not ready to be received up (raptured alive) in the first rapture.