Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Dates of First Ebola Diagnosis and Death in America Linked to Bible Prophecy (Video Post)

By CDCCynthia Goldsmith
[Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
We all watched the first Ebola patient diagnosed in America, Thomas Eric Duncan. We watched as his diagnosis was announced. We learned he came from Liberia and ended up in Texas.

We watched as others he came in contact with were quarantined and as health workers who helped him were diagnosed.

But I did not catch on to the dates these events happened. Did you?! (Tweet that!)

I didn't catch that the dates he got sick and the day he died were significant dates in Bible prophecy that we've been looking at on this blog. (Tweet that!)

We were busy watching the last three Feasts of the Lord take place and studying what they represent, including the Feast of Trumpets on September 24-25. The Feast of Trumpets is the next prophetic Feast to be fulfilled by Jesus.

And then we were busy here on this blog watching the lunar eclipse, the second of the four "Blood Moons, early on October 8, 2014, and the Feast of Tabernacles began that evening.

I didn't notice that Thomas Eric Duncan first started feeling ill on September 24, the beginning of the Feast of Trumpets. (Tweet that!)

I didn't notice that the day Thomas Eric Duncan died of Ebola was October 8, the second Blood Moon and the beginning of the Feast of Tabernacles. (Tweet that!)

As a matter of fact, I would not have put that together if I hadn't seen this video with Jim Bakker (Tweet that!), posted October 18, 2014 (runs 5:40):

Jim Bakker
Posted October 18, 2014 (runs 5:40)

Did you catch that Jim Bakker believes we're in the beginning of the Tribulation period? (Tweet that!)

I found another fascinating interview with another theory about the beginning of the Tribulation period. We'll have that one in the next post on Thursday. (Tweet that!)

Here is an article from Vox.com with a good rundown of the dates of events related to Thomas Eric Duncan and his diagnosis, illness, and death: 

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