Revelation 12 Fulfilled: The Midnight Cry

This article is so well written... so filled with info, common sense, grace and sensibility. I wish I could write like this.  I can't but I am more than happy to share it. Please read it. If you are unsure about what happened LAST weekend, please read. If you are wondering about what could happen THIS weekend, please read. I hadn't read Kieland's work before... that makes me kind of sad as I clearly should have been.  I was thoroughly blessed by this article and I am sure you will be too. 

Thanks to the Daily Crow for sharing this...

Excerpt 1:
There have been many crescent moons like it, but this was the one, the very one, immortalized in Scripture. And then, it plunged into the silhouette baseboards of the horizon and vanished forever. It would never be seen again, seen only by the Apostle John in vision 2 millennia ago, and by those of us blessed enough to be alive and awake in the year 2017. Thank-you, Lord.
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I wonder—and I’m only speculating—if God is repeating the Noahic pattern. Jesus told us that the days of His revealing would be just like the time of Noah. If the midnight cry went out on Yom Teruah (September 23), it’s very likely that the Church—those who hear the midnight cry—is being given the same 7-day warning before a Yom Kippur rapture.
Here is the link to the full article: (read it)
https://kielandedmonds.wordpress.com/2017/09/26/revelation-12-fulfilled-the-midnight-cry/

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  1. Wow....awesome article! When I read things like this, I wonder how many other great sites i'm missing?? Such a great job, and the midnight cry makes so much sense.

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    1. Pete Garcia's article at Omega letter entitled signs...he nailed it again as well. Check it out.

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  2. Excellent!! Thank you for sharing this, sure makes a lot of sense..

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  3. If you check thoroughly Leviticus 23, you will read that the first moed presented is the Shabbat, representing the completion of YHWH's work, the rest we are to enter one day by His grace.

    1 And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying,

    2 Speak unto the children of Israel, and say unto them, Concerning the feasts of the LORD, which ye shall proclaim to be holy convocations, even these are my feasts.

    3 Six days shall work be done: but the seventh day is the sabbath of rest, an holy convocation; ye shall do no work therein: it is the sabbath of the LORD in all your dwellings.

    This feast/appointment/moed is so important in the whole picture of Salvation painted by all the moeds, that it is repeated not once a year, but once a week. Thus it would be true that the day of the rapture, the day of redemption (of our bodies) would be properly called a Shabbat of Shabbats. Glory to YHWH and peace and joy and YHWH's love unto the little watching flock. Daniel

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  4. Such a writing recalls to me the great writing and preaching gift of God to our beloved brother Charles H. Spurgeon whose writings I do love so much (even when translated into German). Thank you so much for sharing, Brad!

    In fact until now I didn't yet think about Rev12-sign already BEING the fulfillment as I was perhaps too much focused on the difference between "heavenly SIGN" and "earthly ACTION" (Matthew 6:10). But there was in fact heavenly ACTION going on by ligning up all the heavenly bodies accordingly in such a fascinating and unique manner.

    Perhaps we were too much focused on Yom Teruah as the RESCUE of the church instead of a Jubilee trumpet and Yom Kippur as its JUDGEMENT 1 Peter 4:17 (read as well John 2 again, the wedding being celebrated just prior to the judgement of changers of money in His temple John 2:15!).

    To give an answer to some sister "Kathys" question in the articles' comment section if this years' Yom Kippur will now be a Sabbath or not: look at torahcalendar.com how God miraculously place this years' Feast day onto the FIRST day of the week, the day of resurrection, our Sunday!

    Now if we ought to still be here on Monday I shall scratch my head in deep bewilderment... MARANATHA!

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    1. Just came across onto some scripture by using my bible apps search function for another: read Jeremiah 4:21 there's the SIGN and the SHOFAR in the midst of judgement!! How long, LORD...?

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    2. interesting verse Annabel. How long indeed.

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    3. and particularly interesting noting the remainder of Jeremiah 4, including a woman in labour (end of chapter), reflections on peace in vs10 (cf 1 Thessalonians 5:3), and vs 4 as we reflect on the 8 day circumcision requirements and possible alignment with FoA.

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  5. Please check as well out Kielands last article (before 9/23) on the topic of Yom Teruah Haftarah / Rachels grief unto her children which also provides with deep insight! I recall 2 Corinthians 7:10 because this was the scripture of my own and my hsb's salvation regarding the death of a child by leukemia. The whole world will mourn after the rapture about their little children having suddenly vanished without a trace and not knowing that they will instead rather LIVE eternally with Jesus in Heaven than die with their unbelieving parents on earth. 2 Samuel 12:22-23

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    1. I sure hope that the little children are taken. I have 2 toddlers and hope that they aren't "left behind" while their parents vanish. Any scripture, other than King David's statement about the child he lost, that supports this?

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    2. Steve, be at peace, let's let the Master tell us His Heart, in His Own Words: "But Jesus said, Suffer little children, and forbid them not, to come unto me: for of such IS THE KINGDOM of heaven." (Matt 19:14, KJV< emphasis mine) Maranatha!

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    3. Steve, don't worry! Matthew 21:15-16 MARANATHA! :)

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  6. I manage our church website. The other day, my pastor asked me to post an article on the website advertising some upcoming events. Below is an excerpt from that post:

    "On October 31st, a German monk called Martin Luther nailed 95 Theses to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg. This was a call to scholarly debate that he surely could not have envisaged would set in motion the revolutionary, turbulent and dramatic events of the next several decades. This period of Reformation led to the creation of the Protestant churches, in England leading directly to the creation of the Church of England. It was also instrumental in shaping the map, and history, of Europe and beyond. Behind this movement lay a recapturing of ancient documents, and a rediscovery of radical beliefs that still form the core convictions of many Protestant Christians, and the doctrinal bases of most Protestant denominations."

    This of course refers to the Reformation, which started in 1517, exactly 10 Jubilee's ago! The Reformation effectively freed the church from the slavery of Rome.

    For me the penny dropped, 2017 is a Jubilee year and a trumpet will sound on the day of Atonement to announce it :)

    Mark (UK)

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    1. Dear Mark, so nice to hear this from you as I actually am German! :) Yes you're right about these 10 Jubilees of Reformation. And guess what: just in 2017 the official German Protestant church and the whole government representatives made its FINAL prostration (yes, one could also say 'prostitution' LOL) before the Pope by declaring all null and void what Luther has ever fought for during the "Healing Memories" event on 11th March just to make "peace" where there is none Jeremiah 6:14 + 8:11! Much blessings to you, see you above with Jesus...

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    2. Pope Francis plans to heal the wound between the Protestant and Catholic Church on Halloween aka Samhain
      The 5th Lateran Council ended in 1517; that was the big deal; the Catholic Church adopted Gnostic "Indestructibility of the Soul" as dogma; Jesus is the Judge of every soul.

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    3. Do you write for the National inquirer?

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  7. I really liked the article, the only problem I had with it are some of the statements like this one, “Already, many false brothers are revealing themselves in gracelessness and immaturity, abandoning hope so easily.” I might be wrong but I felt a suggestion from this article, the way the parables of the 10 virgins and the evil servant were interpreted that according to the author, the brothers and sisters who aren’t looking for the rapture anymore, who kind of “lost faith” in it, or scoffing will be among the “foolish ones” left behind. I don’t think that “believing in” the rapture or actively looking for it is a salvation issue. It is very rewarding, and those who love His appearing will be given a crown! But it’s not a salvation issue. The only “preparedness” that’s required is the acceptance of Christ’s finished work for us on the cross.

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    1. Nora, my opinion on that as well. Your last sentence is spot on and yes "It is finished."

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  8. Amen and Amen! Super well done! I think this article is spot on, many of the things discussed in the article came to mind for me also during the week, as for many others also, I'm sure.

    1260 days before Sept 25, the first blood moon appeared. The moon on Sept. 25 is in Libra: scales- the coming judgement. The seven days between the Feast of Trumpets and Atonement represent the time of Jacob's Trouble. Each night in the the western sky over Jerusalem is the sign of Jacob's Trouble: a woman in labor. Signs in the west denote impending trouble. The Jew look for a sign. Here it is!

    Maranantha!!

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  9. Is it bad I have been in a bad mood since the Rapture didn't happen? There's nothing on this world making me wanna stay really and the fact it didn't happen was very disheartening and painful because I was so ready and excited just for it not to happen...yet.

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    1. Sad for a season, I get it, no problem.
      Bad mood............why?
      I have read some comments on here where people were actually mad with the Lord. I cannot understand that.
      They are mad with the Almighty who stepped down from Glory, born in the flesh of man, lived by HIS own rules and satisfied the requirements of the Father.
      Then, willingly laid down His life for us, a petulant, un-thankful, stiff-necked people that He may give us eternal life that will be so incredible, our minds cannot even fathom it.
      I'm in a great mood of expectation and hope.
      My faith is in Jesus. He will not disappoint. Its His creation, His time.
      (Steve)

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    2. By no means am I angry at the Lord. It's more disheartening and sad.

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    3. When these things begin to happen, stand up and lift up your heads, because your redemption is drawing near.” Praise God from whom all blessings flow.

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    4. Thank you Gary, this really does help.

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  10. These are some great articles! Definitely worth going back and reading the others. How many other great blogs are out there like this one that i may be missing!

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  11. What a great write up! I have become a bit disappointed with many of the post Sept 23rd articles/videos. “Maybe the 24th is the better day!” “The sign of the dragon is this…” “…the dragon is that…” To me, it appears many who date suggested Sept 23rd as the rapture are now grasping at straws.

    While many are disappointed the rapture didn’t happen, I read that the “hysteria” of Sept 23 caused a number of people to get saved. Which is good. Better late than never.

    This article has given me renewed enthusiasm. Very well written and paints a complete picture where some of the other articles I’ve recently read only contain parts of this.

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  12. I,for one, am not interested in some contrived hope in an effort to soothe the disappointment and perplexity I felt after last weekend. However, that said, Yom Kippur/Jubilee as a possible rapture date seems to me to have more than a little genuine credibility. And the article, unless I missed it in reviewing it, does not even include the 40 days since Elul 1 with the Great American Eclipse or the 8 days until the flesh of a male born child is circumcised!! Oh how I long for the permanent cutting away of this sinful flesh that vexes my soul and daily wages war with my spirit. Lord willing, I will be back on the street with my sign this weekend to warn others of what is coming, possibly tomorrow, but undoubtedly coming. Maranatha, Lord Jesus!! (Prayers for strength and health would be appreciated. Fighting the residual symptoms of Lyme in many ways plus a cold for good measure. Sufficient health and strength is my prayer so I can do the sign after work and tomorrow, lifting up the Name of Jesus, quite literally, and sounding the alarm for those who are about to come under severe judgment. Thx. Grace and peace to you in the Name of Yeshua.) Watchman35

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    1. I am afraid that once the Lord is finished cutting away my sinful flesh, there isn't going to be enough left to save = )
      But take heart because "while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us!"
      Prayers for your health and your ministry!

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    2. Does that actually work? Do people take the time to talk to you?

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    3. Brandon... If you want to hear more about Ron / Watchman35's story, see here:
      https://rev12daily.blogspot.com/2017/08/power-of-god-interview-rev-12.html

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    4. Ron, I just now realized that you are the same person who used to post on RITAN. I just had to say thank you for all your encouraging posts, I have been blessed by them, both then and now.

      This past week has been difficult to say the least. The Lord has done some serious refining on my flawed self, as I assume He has done for many of us. I completely agree with your first statement and have found it hard to even look at this weekend, fearing to be utterly disappointed again, but God, in His mercy, will hold us up in His righteous right hand and He will come for us, sooner rather than later.

      God bless you brother in Christ!
      May the Lord be gracious to you and crown your efforts with success.


      Brad, thank you again for your diligence in finding these articles and posting them. This one was a wonderful encouragement. Blessings to you and family :)

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    5. Thanks for the kind words Kay Tdid. Glad my posts back on RITAN were an encouragement to you. I miss that old forum format and group. I lurk a bit on the new Facebook site and sometimes wish I could chime it. Facebook shut down my account with my Levi Watchman name when they kept pressing me for more and more info that I did not want to share with them.

      Hi Brandon. In answer to your question, I suppose that depends on what you mean when you ask does it "really work". I view this "sign" ministry the Lord has put on my heart to be a combination of things. If you are measuring its "success" by people stopping and talking to me, then it is not very successful. In the roughly 8 weeks I have been doing this, I have only had a handful of people stop to talk to me (somewhere between 5-10) . One Muslim, one Jehovah's witness, and several believers. One brother with an "umbrella" ministry stopped to give me a poncho when I was out standing in the pouring rain. One brother invited me on his radio show. One brother listened to that radio show on a link at Unsealed.org, and then realized I was right in his neighborhood so he stopped by to say hello.

      None of that stuff, however, is the main focus of the ministry. It is a Watchman's work. That is, it is intended, as Ezekiel 33 speaks of, to sound the alarm in warning the people. At a busy time of day, if I spend 3 hours out walking the sign on the intersection I frequent, literally thousands of people see the message. It reads: "Warning. Rapture Soon. Then Judgment. Please Trust in Jesus Now." It is a plea of the Holy Spirit while at the same time a warning.

      Every time a pair of eyes set sight on that sign, the Lord has impressed upon me that He is intersecting their lives and drawing their intention to His message and warning. Some may be on their way to an adulterous rendezvous, or some to make a drug deal. Some are just so weary I can read it on their faces. Others have no hope in their eyes. I don't view the ministry so much in terms of "Repent or perish you wretched sinner", although that is certainly true. I really view it more as the Holy Spirit pleading with people to turn to Jesus before they get left behind to face the horror of Daniel's 70th week. That sentiment is reflected in the prayerfully selected wording of my sign.

      Of course, I get my fair share of mockers and scoffers. Some middle fingers, some full-on mocking laughter. Some F-bombs directed my way. Only once has someone thrown something at me (think it was a cigarette butt). A lot of discomfort and looking away (conviction many times I think) when my eyes meet theirs. I have no anger when I do this, and no judgment in the sense that I am no different than those driving by, except for the intervention of God's grace in my life through faith in Jesus.

      So, probably a much longer answer than you bargained for, but let me summarize. It is a ministry of a Watchman's warning, combined with the Spirit's pleading, with the added dynamic of sowing/watering the seed of God's truth. Ultimately, it is by faith, as I am convinced that the fruit of this effort is the kind that will be visible only to God in this life. Only He knows for sure how He has used this to convict, inspire, and draw people to Himself. If it spares even one soul from having to endure the hellishness of the 70th week, then from that person's perspective, and mine, it will have been a huge success.

      Grace and peace brother. Watchman35

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  13. In thinking about the shofar being blown on the Feast of Atonement, I had to look up when it is blown. I didn't know if it was blown multiple times or just once. I learned (hopefully accurately) that it is blown just once concluding the FoA at sunset, which in Jerusalem on the 30th is at 6:25pm. Last week on the FoT I waited for him outside at my parents' graves. I was the only person there and it was a quiet, peaceful, sunny morning. It was a blessed time as I so hoped that I would see the dirt fly. I waited until the last twilight times in Jerusalem had passed. I went home sad but not hopeless- just ready to keep waiting. The next morning, last Sunday, I had an amazing rapture dream.

    I'll go again tomorrow morning.

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    1. Hey Nancy...I believe the FoA starts at sundown on 9/30 & concludes at sunset on 10/1...about 6:25 like you said...just one day later.
      Anyone care to verify that...thx!

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    2. Hi Lance. Here is my understanding.
      If you follow the pre-set calendar, as the state of Israel I believe is doing, then Yom Kippur is being observed as I write-- from sundown Friday to sundown Saturday, paralleling the Sabbath observation. If, however, you go by the sighting of the first crescent of the new moon, which was at sundown of 9/21, then Tishri 10 would begin at sundown Saturday night and end at sundown Sunday night around 635 pm CDT. I mean towards the latter. Watchman35.

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    3. Perfect...thanks for that explanation!

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    4. Meant to type 625 PM CDT instead of 635, and "lean" towards rather than "mean" towards the latter... Typing in bed on your cell phone may be hazardous to the details of your message! LOL Sorry for the typos. Watchman35

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    5. I understand brother (and I knew what you meant). There will be no typos in Heaven! I can't waid. = )
      Loved your response to Brandon above...awesome. God bless!

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  14. This has been a difficult week. Coming to terms with my unmet expectations surrounding the Sep 23 possible rapture date put me in a mood. I have recovered but I am now quite cautious of any speculative dates. I will watch, but I will not place all my hope in one day as I did before.

    The feast of Atonement is quite intriguing, but I remain quietly patient. He will come when He chooses.

    Patience is what the Lord told me this week. Be quiet and know that He is God. I held my closed bible and prayed for guidance and I was shown Isaiah 52. The words jumped out of the page at me

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    Listen! Your watchmen lift up their voices;
    together they shout for joy.
    When the Lord returns to Zion,
    they will see it with their own eyes.

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    1. Matthew, thank you for sharing and hang in there. You, me and many others are also, once again, riding the waves which follow when a missed Rapture Boat date has passed on the calendar, and that can be a very unsettling ride. I also feel our Lord assuring me, quietly, to trust in Him and the Father, and be still, its gonna be OK. The picture I get is of the Spirit helping me be patient, like a kid in the car on the way to vacation, "Are we there yet?" And, of course, "No, we are not. However, look around my Child. We ARE IN THE CAR, beloved, and it is moving along quite well with your Father at the wheel. He knows how to get us there, have no worry; soon, we'll be there soon." Maranatha!

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  15. This made me want to dance, jump with joy and shout!

    Thank you!

    Nana
    Titus 2:13

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  16. Wisely written, gently delivered. Loved it.

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  17. Feast of Trumpets will be fulfilled at the 7th and final Trumpet in the 120th Jubilee at the return of the Chief Priest Jesus Christ.

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    1. If by the 7th trumpet you mean the 7th trumpet of the Book of Revelation, I am sorry Marianne but I have to respectfully and wholeheartedly disagree with you. That puts us well into the 70th week of Daniel and well into the wrath of God, something that we have been specifically and definitively promised we, as children of God, are not destined for. Our Bridegroom is not a wife abuser who pours out His wrath on us. If you believe He does, you will be pleasantly surprised when He takes His Bride home to Abba's house long before the 7th trumpet. A scriptural perspective of a pre-70th week harpazo makes us watchers for Yeshua, as opposed to "preppers" who are trying to figure out how to save their earthly lives while they watch for the Antichrist to be revealed. Think about it. Watchers for Yeshua, or Preppers for Antichrist. Which one lines up with the Bible? I will watch for Yeshua. Grace and peace to you Marianne. Watchman35

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    2. Amen to that Watchman35. No pancake buckets needed here. Yeshua is the only One I am looking for. Will keep you in my prayers as you are out there "flying" the Gospel for Christ. It will not come back empty-handed.

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    3. Hey, if "Marianne / Howard" tells us so, then we can truly believe the opposite LOL. So FoT indeed HAS BEEN fulfilled in 2017. ;)

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Colossians 3:2-4

Set your minds on things that are above, not on things that are on earth. For you have died, and your life is hidden with Christ in God. When Christ who is your life appears, then you also will appear with him in glory.

1 Peter 2:9

But you are a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people for his own possession, that you may proclaim the excellencies of him who called you out of darkness into his marvelous light.

Philippians 3:20-21

But our citizenship is in heaven, and from it we await a Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ, who will transform our lowly body to be like his glorious body, by the power that enables him even to subject all things to himself.