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I found my Jeshua HaMashiach in the story of Simson.
God gave me light to understand the story of Simson. I have created this website, which tells all the details I have found so far. The judge Samson points to the Messiah, who nevertheless loves his people, the Jews. That's the Philistine crying on his chest for seven days. God speaks twice or three times; in judge 14 it is the third time after the Rapture. Only if you put all pieces of the puzzle together correctly, this can be recognized.
This also includes the knowledge about Peres and Zarah, the twins of Tamar, Genesis 38. Peres stands for the Jews after the Rapture and Zarah stands for the Christians; they are then the name Christians from Jews and Gentiles. If one has recognized this, then one understands also, why not the word sun שמש is used in judge 14, but the word Heres חרס. It's the setting sun before night falls. This is the terror of Abraham - Genesis 15:12 - or the tribulation of Jacob.
Serach stands for the firstborn who wore the red crimson thread and Perez for the secondborn, although he came out first.
There are many phenomena in relation to the Bible, including the end signs behind verses, the chapters and divisions and do more. Here we briefly go into the markers.
If we have understood Peres and Serach, then we also understand the markers פ and ס. Heres is used as a pseudonym for Peres, hence the פ. Serach receives the seed ס. This prophetically alludes to two periods, namely from Pentecost to immediately before the Great Tribulation, which lasts 42 months and not seven years. Today we are shortly before the time of Elijah, who then calls Elisha to Elisha. But he will first call to the God of Elijah at the Jordan and will then be born again. Thus Elisha receives the Holy Spirit, symbolized by the cloak. We'll find the coat again in Troas. Paul had left him there. He now asks his real child Timotheus to bring this coat before winter.
As Lehman Strauss describes in his book, "God´s Prophetic Calender, Leviticus 23", the feasts are to be understood prophetically. The seven epistles in the Revelation of John form the seven feasts.
The Spring Festivals
Laodiceæa stands for the Passover.Ephesus for the Feast of Unleavened Bread.Smyrna for the Feast of the Firstlings of the barley harvest.Philadelphia for the Fest of Pentecost.
The time of the wheat harvest follows.
The Autumn Festivals
Sardis stands for the Feast of the Trumpet Hall.Pergamos for Yom Kippur, the Great Day of Atonement andThyatira for Sukkoth, the Feast of Booths.
Now we get to know a system of the finest. All letters of the New Testament can be assigned to the seven Epistles of Revelation. This indicates a circular route. From the Letter to the Romans to the Letter to the Galatians, the first itinerary points to the stations from Ephesus to Laodicea.
The second tour is described by Paul's letters to the Thessalonians up to the Epistle to the Hebrews. Afterwards the rapture takes place. We are prophetic in the time of the Letter to the Hebrews.
The last seven letters from James, Peter, John and Judas prophetically describe the last week of Daniel.
To be continued!