Prophetic parallels of Billy Grahams life and death to ancient biblical figures

In the last post, a 2013 dream was shared that predicted that the rapture would occur soon after the death of Billy Graham which occurred on February 21st this year. However there is more to this revelation. At sundown of that day, the date on the Jewish calendar became the 7th of Adar, which was historically the day of the birth and death of Moses. These two great men of God, Moses and Billy shared a common destiny. At her fathers funeral, Anne Graham Lotz said,

“I believe from heavens perspective my fathers death is as significant as his life, and his life was very significant. But I think when he died that was something very strategic from heavens point of view. And I know that before the foundations of the world were laid, February 21st 2018 was the date God chose to take my father home. Why? And I had a sweet friend who urged me to look that up on the web so I looked up what was significant about that day and I found out that February 21st 2018 is the day when Jews focus on scripture reading that focuses on the death of Moses. Moses was the great liberator. He brought people, millions of people out of bondage to slavery, got them to the edge  of the promised land and God took him to heaven. And then God brought Joshua to lead them into the promised land, to take them home. And my father also is a great liberator. He brought millions of people out of bondage to sin and he gets us to the edge of heaven, the edge of the promised land and then God has called him home. And then could it be that God is going to bring Joshua to lead us into the promised land, to lead us to heaven. And do you know what the New Testament name is for Joshua? Its Jesus. And I believe this is a shot across the bow from heaven. And I believe God is saying,”Wake up church, wake up world, wake up Anne, Jesus is coming, Jesus is coming!” Jesus said when the gospel is preached to the whole world as it is today in this service, as it is to churches, missionaries, ministries, Jesus said in Matthew 24:14 when the gospel is preached to the whole world, then the end will come. ” (see 6 minute video below posted on the Midnight Hour Oil YouTube Channel)

These connections of the life and death of Billy Graham to Moses confirms that Billy was a Sign for our generation to prepare for the coming of the Messiah, just like John the baptist was in his day. Both men preached the  same message, that of Repentance.

In those days John the Baptist came preaching in the wilderness of Judea, “Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.”For this is he who was spoken of by the prophet Isaiah when he said, “The voice of one crying in the wilderness: Prepare the way of the Lord; make his paths straight.’” Matthew 3:1-3 (New International Version)

Billy Graham was also buried on the 2nd of March which was the 15th of Adar on the Jewish calendar. This was second day of the Jewish feast of Purim, celebrated in Jerusalem. The festival of Purim commemorates the salvation of Jews from the plot to destroy them in ancient Persia. This plot had been hatched by Haman, the viceroy to the Persian King Ahasuerus. Haman was angry at Mordecai, a Jew for refusing to bow to him and so he planned to retaliate by annihilating the entire Jewish community in the empire by obtaining a royal decree from the King. Later Queen Esther, Mordecai’s niece reveals to the King and Haman that she is Jewish and that Haman was planning to exterminate her people. The King became furious and ordered Haman hanged on the gallows that he had prepared for Mordecai. The previous decree against the Jewish people could not be annulled, so the King allowed Mordecai and Esther to write another decree  that allowed the Jewish people to defend themselves. As a result, on 13 Adar, 500 attackers and Haman’s 10 sons were killed in Shushan. Throughout the empire 75,000 of the Jewish peoples’ enemies were killed. On the 14th of Adar, another 300 are killed in Shushan. Mordecai assumes the position of second in rank to King Ahasuerus, and institutes an annual commemoration of the delivery of the Jewish people from annihilation on this day. In cities that were protected by a surrounding wall at the time of Joshua, Purim is instead celebrated on the 15th of Adar known as Shushan Purim, since fighting in the walled city of Shushan continued through the 14th day of Adar. Today, only Jerusalem and a few other cities celebrate Purim on the 15th of Adar. (Sources: and book of Esther in the bible)

In an amazing parallel to what Esther and Mordecai did, Billy Graham also played a similar role of enabling the Jews defend themselves from annihilation. According to the Jerusalem Post,

In 1973, when a coalition of Arab armies launched a surprise attack on Yom Kippur, Israel found itself in a state of shock and in desperate need of weapons. Graham picked up the phone and convinced his friend Nixon to assist his other friend prime minister Golda Meir. Graham’s call helped persuade the United States to provide an emergency airlift of essential arms that rescued the Jewish state from the overwhelming Arab onslaught.

Just as Mordecai became influential in the Persian Kingdom, so was Billy Graham in the United States government as an advisor to 12 US Presidents.



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