The 1260, 1290, And 1335 Days In The Life Of A True God Seeker

I used to try to assign hard dates to these scriptures, but have since heard from many true seekers and from the Holy Spirit that this is a misguided endeavor. These time periods represent periods in the development of the lives of God seekers.

The first 1260 days represents a person’s childhood, from birth to the age of accountability. The God seeker is protected in the wilderness during this time.  This 1260 days is sometimes also referred to as “times, time, and half a time”.  I’ve heard that the this period represents the first 20 years of our lives of our lives. God did not hold the Israelites that were under 20 years of age accountable  for their actions God’s Age of Accountability – 20 Years– referring to Num 32:9-13 and Num 14:26-30

The next 1260 days represents a [possibly very long] period where the person begins to hear the truth from the two witnesses. This is “The Great Tribulation” These folks are in Babylonian exile, in their fallen pastor pew-sitter churches. They are currently suffering thru the great tribulation. After this time the successful seeker starts to come up out of the deceptions of the world and truly seeks to enters the “promised land”, the kingdom of Heaven.

The next 30 days, from 1260 to 1290,  represent a time where the wise begin to make their clothes white. The successful seeker will seek God with all his heart. At the end of the these 30 days, a successful seeker is shown the abomination standing in the Holy Place spoken of by Daniel.  He sees the Devil control of the church.

The next 45 days, from 1290 to 1335,  are the time when our seeker comes out of Babylon – he flees to the Judean hills by leaving the Harlot Church System behind. He is now one of the two witnesses. He is overcoming by the blood of the lamb, by the word of his testimony, and by not loving his life unto death.

I really don’t think we should be looking forward to a physical “Day of The Lord” here on earth. I now interpret the Jesus’ soon Coming in terms of this life being a vapor. None of us last very long down here. The grass withers and the flowers fade, but the word of our God stands forever. Is 40:8.  Is 9:7 that there is no end to Jesus’ rule on the throne of David, here on earth!  I think the Day of the Lord represents the day of our passing.

Remember the soon coming passages Ez 12:28 … There shall none of my words be prolonged any more, but he word that I have spoke shall be done.

Clearly the day of the Lord was prophesied in Revelations after the words of Ezekiel. We can confidently conclude that all generations since the writing of the book of Revelations have already experienced their day of the Lord. Still none of us that are still living have yet experienced our day of the Lord. This passage is still part of God’s unchanging word for the living on earth:

NLT 2 Thess 2
Events prior to the Lord’s Second Coming
1 Now, dear brothers and sisters, let us clarify some things about the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ and how we will be gathered to meet him. 2 Don’t be so easily shaken or alarmed by those who say that the day of the Lord has already begun. Don’t believe them, even if they claim to have had a spiritual vision, a revelation, or a letter supposedly from us.

So many have experienced their day of the Lord, but we (those still alive) have not!!

I’ve tried to explain this here:

Dear God, Help us to understand your word and your truth, to offer our lives as a living sacrifice holy and devoted to you, your will, and your Glory. In Christ’s name we pray, Amen.


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The 1260, 1290, And 1335 Days In The Life Of A God Seeker

The 1260, 1290, And 1335 Days In The Life Of A God Seeker

The 1260, 1290, And 1335 Days In The Life Of A God Seeker

The 1260, 1290, And 1335 Days In The Life Of A God Seeker


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