Tuesday, April 04, 2006

The Rapture Index

Here's a scary little page called the Rapture Index
which measures current events and tries to calculate the probability that we are in the end times. The current rapture index rating is 156 - which they calculate as rating in the highest category. Here's a blurb from their site that explains more -
The Purpose For This Index
The Rapture Index has two functions: one is to factor together a number of related end
time components into a cohesive indicator, and the other is to standardize those components
to eliminate the wide variance that currently exists with prophecy reporting.
The Rapture Index is by no means meant to predict the rapture, however, the index is
designed to measure the type of activity that could act as a precursor to the rapture.
You could say the Rapture index is a Dow Jones Industrial Average of end time activity,
but I think it would be better if you viewed it as prophetic speedometer. The higher the
number, the faster we're moving towards the occurrence of pre-tribulation rapture. Rapture Index of 85 and Below: Slow prophetic activity
Rapture Index of 85 to 110: Moderate prophetic activity
Rapture Index of 110 to 145: Heavy prophetic activity
Rapture Index above 145: Fasten your seat belts

Recent Events in the Holy Land fulfill Bible prophecy.
It can now be shown conclusively that Daniel, a prophet in the Hebrew Scriptures, prophesied the coming of Islam 1200 years before Muhammad was born. Those same scriptures prophesied the crucifixion of Messiah over 500 years before Jesus was born. John, another Bible prophet, foresaw the new nation of Israel 1800 years before it was established. John then prophesied that Jerusalem would be freed of Islamic control by 1967.
All these events were foreseen right to the year, putting to rest the Islamic claim that the Jewish and Christian Scriptures have been corrupted. Students of the Koran also believe 666 to be a holy number, related to the Koran itself. The dire significance of that number was prophesied in the Bible over 600 years before the Koran was written.
Written thousands of years ago, these Bible prophecies were fulfilled exactly as predicted. They impact our spiritual lives regardless of our religious preference. Clear and easy to read, The False Prophet, by our author Ellis Skolfield, is not a book against Jews or Moslems or anyone else. It is a book about prophetic truth. God is truth, and how well we serve Him is not determined by how cleverly we can defend our traditions, but on how willing we are to seek out and follow the truth.
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