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March On Jerusalem: Dr. Richard Ruhling Believes This May Be An Omen
Dr. Richard Ruhling is the author of ‘Jerusalem’s Impending Destruction’. He believes the announcement of the 3rd intifada subsequent to the March on Jerusalem, March 30, 2012, could signal the beginning of a crisis point for world events
“It happened at Passover in 70 AD, and if I were living in Jerusalem,” stated Dr. Ruhling, “and saw crowds gathering this weekend, I would grab what I could and get out.”
Ancient Hebrew manuscripts foretell a time when God ‘will gather all nations against Jerusalem to battle; and the city shall be taken, and the houses rifled, and the women ravished; and half of the city shall go forth into captivity… Zechariah 14:1,2.
Dr. Ruhling refers to Israel’s divided history after 10 northern tribes were scattered to be re-gathered. The end of the longest time prophecy in the Bible suggests a re-gathering to Israel in 2012-2013. Further support for 2012 includes a change in calendar for Israel when they came out of Egypt after 430 years.
“With 430 years of Gregorian Calendar (2012) and many Jews praying for their land of a covenant with God, the Lion of Judah might roar.” (encoded earthquake, Joel 3:16, Zechariah 14:1-5),", says Ruhling who adds that "the announcement of a Third Intifada on April 2 could be a significant omen of trouble at Passover because April 2 was the 10th day of Jewish Abib (counting from the new moon crescent) and that's the day that the sacrifice was selected in Exodus 12:2,3."
"Christians may not identify with Exodus 12, but they remember the words of Christ, "as it was in the days of Noah," and Noah entered the ark on the 10th day, when who didn't enter the ark became a sacrifice, like the lamb in Exodus 12:3"
Dr. Richard Ruhling is the author of a number of other works including ‘The Bridegroom Comes!’, ‘Sword Over America’ and ‘Why You Shouldn’t Ask Your Doctor! Choices That Can Save Your Life’. All three books are available from Amazon.
Dr. Ruhling is available for media interview and can be reached using the information below, or by email at email@example.com. More information, including the ebook version of ‘Jerusalem’