Prophecy Patterns, Part 6 of 8: The Fullness of Time

Phyllis Beveridge Nissila

part 1    part 2    part 3    part 4    Addendum to 4    part 5    part 7    part 8

Introduction to the entire series.

Introduction, Part 6

If you have been reading through each of my sister and researcher Claire Gumb’s prophecy pattern tri-folds, you will recognize in #6 the “14 generations” time line from the first tri-fold with an added pattern overlay: the Metonic cycle (introduced in the last tri-fold). Yet even if you have not looked at the previous tri-folds, the pattern is obvious–and compelling: it adds yet more significance to this year of 2016. The
days of prophetic import are “syncing up,” as it were. As my sister writes,

(It) looks like God is signaling the Gentile nations to recognize His appointed times. Even though a second calendar system was introduced around the first century, the repetition of “14” and “19” on the Gentile calendar, around prophetically timed events, seems to represent God signaling the season of His appointed time to fulfill His remaining moedim, as Gentile dates are coinciding with Metonic cycle events on the Hebrew calendar in our day.
“To the Jew first and then to the Gentile…”
– Romans 1:16
Abraham to Messiah = 1900 years Jews
Messiah to Jerusalem = 1900 years Gentiles
“…so that in Himself He might make the two into one new man.”
– Ephesians 2:15

Tri-fold 6, click:  The Fullness of Time

part 6





This Tri-fold Features:

  • More details on the Metonic Cycle and its historical and prophetic context.
  • The numbers 14, 67, and 19 patterns in prophecy.


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