By LAST DAYS: DARKNESS DESCENDING
There are three H divisions in the New Testament. These divisions are also Hanuka menorah divisions. The menorah had nine lamps that burned in the Holy Temple in ancient Israel. There are a total of 27 books divided into three nine – book divisions. J.R. Church and Gary Stearman discovered that the nine middle books are distinctly gentile in nature. The first nine book, Matthew through Galatians, are open to Jews, but eventually, the Jews reject Christ and then we see the transition to gentile Christianity in the second set of nine books, Ephesians through Philemon. When one gets to the final nine books, Hebrews through Revelation, it goes back to Jewish. This tells us something very important. It tells us Gentile Christianity is a parenthesis within the great plan of God. It also tells us that we, the church, must be removed from the earth in a stunning future event called the Rapture before the seven years of global judgment upon earth, described in the book of Revelation as the tribulation, can transpire. In the book of Jeremiah, this approaching seven year time frame is called “Jacob’s Trouble.” Gary Stearman and J.R. Church reveal why Philemon is most important in it’s implication of a pre-tribulation rapture.