Dollar Crash: Christ’s Closing Parables Clue Us for a May Event Says Prophecy Expert, Dr Ruhling

PRESCOTT, AZ – 04 May, 2016 – “Typing Economic Collapse into Google offers the option of May 28, 2016 which has 6.9 million results. Scanning a few does not show the reason for May 28, but that date is the end of a biblical observance clued by Christ in five of his last parables,” says Dr. Richard Ruhling, author of The Alpha & Omega Bible Code on end-time prophecy.

When asked about the end of the age, Christ gave signs like wars, famines and earthquakes in Matthew 24 that have existed throughout history, but starting with “the days of Noah” in the middle of the chapter, five of Christ’s last parables have links to a provision in the law (9th chapter of Numbers) for Passover a month later, ‘as the days of Noah’ when the Flood came with Passover timing, but in the 2nd spring month.

Another Matthew 24 example is the goodman who, in Proverbs 7, King James Bible, is on a long journey. Israelites didn’t travel in winter, but if they took a long journey in spring, they couldn’t get back in tmie for Passover, so they were to keep it in the 2nd spring month. Passover was the historic time of judgment and Christ bridged his last two parables with this example, according to Ruhling…

When five virgins missed the wedding, Christ said, ‘Watch, you don’t know. [the Greek word, eido, means you don’t understand] for it’s like a man traveling to a far country,” and that last parable ends with a money shortage for the slothful servant who was unprepared for a time of judgment when the master (who represented Christ) returned in judgment, says Ruhling who adds that this is not a visible coming, but like God came to Egypt and executed judgment and took Israel to a covenant (marriage) relationship.

The Jews admit they persecuted the prophets and they think Christ was a false Messiah. A judgment event on 2nd Passover, May 22, would support his being who He said He was. His warnings of Jerusalem’s destruction could have spared the Jews, but only the Christians heeded his words before 70 AD, says Ruhling.

Ruhling urges Jews to consider the Brit Chadashah (New Covenant) that does not abolish the law of Moses (Matthew 5) but is thought to do so where Paul wrote against the oral teachings that became the Talmud. They go against Christians and some of the torah (written law of Moses) in interpretation, says Ruhling.

Understanding our focus on money, Christ ended his parables with what gets our attention, but a closer look suggests a need to understand his wedding parables. They include an offer to make the wise servant who is ready for an impending event “ruler over all that He has,” in Luke’s wedding parable. “This is not some cheap internet scam; it’s from the One who hung the worlds in space,” says Ruhling, offering more information on his website at

Dr. Richard Ruhling’s ebooks have mostly 4-5 star reviews and are free on Saturdays in May on Amazon at

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