Thursday, February 12, 2015

Check out this Red Heifer born in Texas. Is it connected to Bible Prophecy? – Video Post

Calf born  on (or around) September 20, 2014
 in Pennsylvania
Okay, today's video is going to be fun. (Tweet that!) I know some people are going to laugh and mock this one. But still…

Check out these two calves that have been born in September 2014. The black and white one was born on or around September 20, 2014.

The red calf was born on September 25, 2014, which was the first day of the Jewish New Year, that's day #1 of the Shemitah year. (Tweet that!)

This video is an interview with the owners of the red calf by the Jim Bakker Show and discusses why these calves may hold significant meaning and might be connected to Bible prophecy.

The video mentions Genesis 41 where Joseph interprets Pharaoh's dream of seven healthy cows born followed by seven sickly cows. (Tweet that!)

Red calf born day one of the Shemitah year,
the Jewish New Year,
September 25, 2014.
When I saw the title for this video, I thought it would be something different. Every so often I hear of the Red Heifer and rumors that the one prophesied in the Bible may have been born. If you don't know about this, there is a need for a perfect Red Heifer in order to open and dedicate the rebuilt Temple in Jerusalem. (Tweet that!) But "perfect" means it must have only a small number of hairs of a different color. With a large white "7" on its forehead, I knew this calf couldn't possibly be that one. (We should talk about that prophecy another time.) 

So I thought that's what this video was about when I clicked on it. Boy was I surprised. It was something quite different. 

But I still thought this video was fun and interesting as it talks about these two calves born recently, on or near a significant date connected to Bible prophecy, with the number 7 unmistakably on their foreheads. (Tweet that!) See what you think.

Jim Bakker Show 
"Mystery of the Red Heifer"
runs 17 minutes


  1. Thank you for your article. I saw this morning that four black calves were born from the same mother in Texas!!! thinking that may be a I googeld it and that is when I found your article. I had heard about the cow with the seven. A lot of my Christian friends think it is a sign as well.

    Here is the article for the black cows or you can just google it.|main5|dl10|sec1_lnk2%26pLid%3D632526

    1. Hi Jane. Thanks for this. I hadn't heard about it. I'll check it out!

  2. I grew up raising cattle, and those are Black and Red Angus cattle, the same breed we raise. Many actually have the 7 mark on their head. It's not very uncommon. Not sure if it's a sign, or just a coincidence.