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Posted on Dec 12, 2012 9:41:42 AM PST
What time zone? 12 AM or PM?

Posted on Dec 12, 2012 10:43:38 AM PST
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5/23/1844

This date, May 23rd, is celebrated every year, around the world, by the millions who believe that Jesus told the truth, and meant it when He promised that 'One, like unto the Son of Man' would come to humanity at the time that:
1) the 'Abomination of Desolation' prophecy, given by Daniel and scheduled to run out after a 2,300-year wait, in 1844 actually ran out in 1844; and
2) the 'Times of the Gentiles' were ended, at the signing of the Edict of Toleration, allowing the Jews to repatriate the Holy Land because the Diaspora was ended; and
3) the Gospel was first taken to every nation as a witness, by Spirit-filled Christians, in the spring of 1844.

This date is celebrated because Jesus was right, 3 out of 3, and He alone knew that the Holy One, like unto the Son of Man, would come that year, and when the Holy One came May 23, 1844, and was recognized and adored by the first human to bow the knee before Him, the Day of God began, and the long-promised Day of Judgement began.

May 23, 1844 (yes, feel free to Google it!) was the day when the first public demonstration of the telegraph ushered in a new era of electronic communication, and the world was soon swamped by a sea of knowledge! May 23, 1844 also marks the day that the eldest son of the Lord of Hosts was born, "just coincidentally", soon to accompany his father into exile and imprisonment at the hands of a cruel and unbelieving clergy!

This day, at 2 hours and 11 minutes after sunset, a pure-hearted student realized, without being told, in Whose presence he was, and prostrated himself before the John-the-Baptist preparing the way for the Lord of Hosts; Whose coming:
-ended 7,000 years of rule by kings and ecclesiastics,
-over a humankind imprisoned by ignorance,
-kept from reading by the very priests entrusted with protecting the Sacred Scriptures.
-released power into the world of humankind, and
Whose coming began this New World, based on
+ the one-ness of God
+ the one-ness of God's revealed religion
+ the one-ness of humanity, and

the equality of men and women,
the necessity for the harmonizing of science and religion,
the obligation for the independent investigation of truth
and the reality of each human's responsibility for one's own actions, before the Lord, God Almighty!

What a GREAT Day!
May 23, 1844!

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 12, 2012 10:49:46 AM PST
12:12:12 means PM, right? Wouldn't 0:12:12 be 12 min 12 sec after midnight?

Posted on Dec 12, 2012 10:54:39 AM PST
Well, not everyone is familiar with the military system of using a 24-hour clock.

So, what timezone then? Clearly it skipped Moscow's timezone, since 12:12:12 was about 10 hours ago. I see it's coming up on Mountain Standard Time...I'll have to IM the wife and see if Jesus is there.

Posted on Dec 12, 2012 11:04:34 AM PST
Jack Vix says:
Fun fact: This is the last we'll ever see repeating numbers. We'll be long dead for the next ones.

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 12, 2012 11:06:20 AM PST
It's at least the last time we'll see it from this vantage point.

Posted on Dec 12, 2012 12:05:15 PM PST
Brian Curtis says:
12:12:12 on 12/12 isn't even a coincidence, let alone an 'earthshaking event.' It's an entirely predictable time marker, just like 5:55 PM on 05/05/05 was.

The need to see magical significance in ordinary events is common to people whose own lives are vanishingly insignificant.

Posted on Dec 12, 2012 12:24:36 PM PST
So, Brad, are you still with us, or have you been raptured?

Posted on Dec 12, 2012 1:02:36 PM PST
A. Caplan says:
It's things like this that make me glad that I'm not a Christian.

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John McClain says:
Medication.

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In reply to an earlier post on Dec 12, 2012 2:11:53 PM PST
I've spoken nothing but truth.

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I'm on earth. Far from home at the moment, but more than halfway to going back. Too bad I'll miss Christmas with the wife.

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TheWindMoves says:
So what happened on 12/12/1212 at 12:12:12 AM?

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Posted on Dec 12, 2012 2:44:23 PM PST
You're welcome. Glad to see you weren't raptured away. I guess there's always Dec 21.
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