P.I.D. Radio 5/29/09: Pentecost Rapture?


IS THIS the weekend of Christ’s triumphant return? Maybe, maybe not. There are signs that indicate it may be so, but the signs were never meant to be easy to read. Read The Final Fulfillment of Pentecost and Sharon’s piece on the Blessing of the Sun. [NOTE: Sharon’s post on the Blessing of the Sun has been deleted. The reason for the post was to point out this year’s rare positioning of the sun relative to Nissan 14 — (Gen 1:14: And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years:) However, not everyone understood this, and rather than risk sending the wrong message, Sharon has chosen to remove it altogether]

Other topics: transgenic mice with human speech genes; a deadly new disease in Africa; rumors of war between Russia and Georgia; Netanyahu thinks of Iran as Amalek; and the winning word at this year’s National Spelling Bee is “Laodicean” (link opens video at YouTube).

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3 comments on “P.I.D. Radio 5/29/09: Pentecost Rapture?

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  3. Christie

    “Laodiceans”–were/are not just lukewarm in matters of faith in Christ, but they are those who seem to have, outwardly, “…a form of godliness” but, who, inwardly, are “denying the power thereof…”, as stated in 2 Timothy 3:5–and, as you said, what are the odds that their name/title would be chosen as the last spelled word during that Spelling Bee, hmmm? Interesting.

    And, about Amalek: he was the grandson of Esau, whom God hated, and the feeling was more than likely totally mutual, unfortunately for Esau, and those among his descendants who decided to side with Esau against Almighty God; also, in Arabic, the name for “giants”[Plural] is “Amalekah”–so, I no longer wonder at all as to why God told Saul to wipe them all out, and not leave one alive–they were not merely “Unusually tall” human beings, but, apparently, something more than just a wee bit “off-centered”, and far more dangerous to others, because of that fact.

    I agree with Patrick Heron, and Steve Quayle, about the ‘giants of old’ being the nephilim[fallen ones–the giants of ancient times]being the off-spring of the fallen angels–and, the Amalekites/decendants of Amalek, seem to fit that description, and it goes along way to explaining why God would tell Saul to wipe them all out, that way–the nephilim were, also, apparently cannibalistic–even though they were part human, they ate human beings–so, wow–shades of the old English childhood rhyme, “Fe, Fi, Fo, Fum…”, hmmm?

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