Mayday, Mayhem Maybe – Christ’s Parables Point To Major Trouble May 12

High Risk of Earthquake

High Risk of Earthquake

“The fruitless fig tree that withered under Christ’s curse represented the Jewish nation then, but the US now,” says Dr. Richard Ruhling, stating that “God’s judgment should fall as it did on Egypt to liberate His people…we celebrate freedom, but most people are addicted to alcohol, tobacco, caffeine, drugs, medical care falsely called healthcare, Hollywood, TV with its crime, violence, sexual perversion, gambling, rock/rap music, and just as Egypt murdered babies, this ‘Christian nation’ has killed 60 million in the womb.”

“Blood moons, solar eclipse, Iran’s ‘peace & safety’ treaty, papal visits to Congress & UN in 2015 signaled end-times but they couldn’t begin until after the sabbatical year of 2016 because the end-times are a ‘week’ of years with the last of 7 years also being a sabbatical year,” says Dr. Richard Ruhling who says Christ’s parables will fit May 11/12 when churches worldwide should ‘watch and pray’ as Christ did on His last night,” also a Thursday night.

Ruhling says earthquake expectancy fits a 99.9% prediction for a large LA Earthquake (LA Times, October 22, 1915 for a 3-year likelihood. The USGS reduced the likelihood to 85%.) An Orthodox Rabbi from NC says, “the timing makes perfect sense.”

“Not all doom and gloom” says Ruhling who says it’s a great opportunity, reflecting on two disciples wanting to be on Christ’s right and left in His kingdom. Christ asked them, Can you drink of the cup that I drink of? They said Yes. On His last night, Christ gave them the cup (communion) but then they slept when they should have prayed, and ran when they should have stayed with Him. History took a bad detour that can end on the night it began, memorializing the greatest events of Old and New Testaments—Passover!

The Jews kept Passover weeks ago, but speaking of end-times in Matthew 24, Christ cited examples that fit a provision in their law for Passover a month later, “as the days of Noah” or “like a man traveling to a far country.” If Israelites took a long journey and couldn’t get back for Passover they were to keep it the 2nd spring month, Numbers 9:10,11, says Ruhling

Linking end-times to a huge event on that date should convince honest Jews that Christ was the Master who took the long journey (to heaven) and is returning for Passover, a time of judgment, (Exodus 12:12) as He foretold in Matthew 25:13,14. God won’t do anything without revealing it, Amos 3:7, but we’ve misunderstood You don’t know the day or hour. The Greek, eido, means to understand. He was saying the disciples didn’t understand and He then gave the examples, ‘as the days of Noah.’

Honest Muslims should also get the message if judgment begins on the day they hold holy, Friday, but in this case, it’s holy because it’s the 15th day from the new moon crescent, chodesh, Exod 12:2. Muslims may also find relevant information at

For all whose faith can grasp it, Ruhling says Christ will ‘knock’ and if we are watching (awake on the eve of Passover as the Last Supper imagery supports) and ‘open unto Him immediately’ by keeping the Feast of Unleavened Bread that begins at Passover, “He will make [us] ruler over all that He has,” Luke 12:36-44.

The ‘knock’ is an earthquake because the only other place Christ ‘knocked’ (Rev 3:20) was for a lukewarm church that ended in an earthquake circa 63 AD, says Ruhling.

He explains that the Feast of Unleavened Bread is not about crackers, but doctrines, Matthew 16:12. God got an ignorant bride at Sinai that worshiped a calf, in spite of God later saying, “I am married to you,” Jeremiah 3:14. That explains Christ’s wedding parables, misunderstood by millions as a rapture when careful study shows it’s better to be “left behind,” Luke 17:36,37. The rapture comes at the ‘last trumpet’ (1Corinthians 15:52) and there are 7 trumpets to follow this earthquake, Revelation 8:5,6.

“Watching” is protective. “If the goodman had known…he would have watched and not suffered his house to be broken…” Matthew 24:43. The King James Bible shows the goodman is on a long trip and comes back at the yom kece, full moon, Proverbs 7:19,20. Passover is on a full moon, but a long journey means Passover in the 2nd spring month, Numbers 9:10,11. Overlooked clues, says Ruhling who expects the earthquake event to reflect aspects of all 7 parables, Matthew 24:32-25:30.

The unleavened bread (teachings to be considered during the 7-day feast if Christ ‘knocks’ with an earthquake) have a 7-fold emphasis in the Bible, like the statutes (law) in Ezekiel 20:11-24 and they are the basis of our being His kingdom. The New Covenant Promise to put His laws in our hearts includes the statutes, Ezekiel 36:25-27 and there are 7 topics with a 7-fold emphasis for consideration during the 7 day feast and they have a contextual link to the 7 seals in Revelation 6.