The Sign of Jonah

5 09 2009
Just when I thought that the story of Jonah and the whale was no more than a children’s story I suddenly realised that it was actually an apocalyptic prophecy not only of the destruction of Jerusalem in AD70 but also of the “evil and adulterous generation” that lives in the last days. Hence the sign of Jonah is fulfilled three times. This startling revelation did not just come out of the blue on its own but emerged as I began to understand that many biblical prophecies have repeated fulfilments in history and the pieces of the big picture in the book of Revelation began to come together like a jigsaw. You also need to understand the day-for-a-year principle of bible prophecy (Eze 4:6; Num 14:34).

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 This short presentation leaves out many details but you can read more about Jonah’s prophecy here. (or by selecting it from the menu bar at the top of the page.) You may wonder why in the final sign of Jonah I have the time periods as years, years, and days, instead of the days, years, years of the second fulfilment. This may be wrong but my justification is that it will take years not days to warn the entire world against Babylon’s worldwide apostacy yet once the warning is given “except those days should be shortened, there should no flesh be saved.” (Mat 24:21-22)

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7 04 2014
Helen

Very plausible. Your knowledge and insight is good. I think it is coming soon. Check out the u-tube of Pope Francis & Tony Palmer, both wanting to unite Christians under the catholic umbrella. ‘Unity embracing diversity’, all the while, diluting the true message of Jesus.

19 09 2014
finalapocalipse

unity in diversity = Confusion of Babylon

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