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The Gospel of the Apostles may actually be Inspired and it has two timing references included in it.

The first is, "Between Pentecost and Passover" in regards to a question the Apostles asked Y'shua.  Now, he did not say between Passover and Pentecost as most people on the internet repeat it but between Pentecost and Passover so if you start the count with Pentecost then the Feast of Tabernacles comes before Passover and this is where I have placed the return of Y'shua in 2039 AD.

He also said, "after the 100th part and after the 20th part" which is referring to the end of WWI in 1918 where the count would start in Nisan of 1919 AD and end, precisely, Nisan of this Year which we are currently traversing in our pilgrimage.  So, after the 20 would be after Nisan 1, 2039 AD which, again, is where I put the return in the fall on Tabernacles of that year. 



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Hind sight being 20/20 this now becomes significant cause, using our Nisan 1st Royal Chronometer, then the first year of the Millenium would be reconned as Nisan 1st 2040 AD so the start of the 20 years would be Nisan 1st, 2020 AD.

Then, the 1 year grace period from the Fig Tree Parable runs ending Nisan 1st 2021 AD as the beginning of the end.

 

This is supported by the Ottoman Empire signing the Treaty of Sèvres in 1920 AD and the actual partitioning of their Empire continuing into 1926 AD.



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