The Date Jesus Will Return is Finally Revealed!

I know the date that Jesus will return!

I figured it out! The math was always there for people to see, but in these last days, God has seen fit to reveal the truth to me, His chosen prophet, of the exact day that Jesus will return! It is privilege to be the first person on earth who knows when Jesus will return.

Jesus will return

Here is how the Holy Spirit helped me figure it out:

When Jesus will Return According to Daniel 12

First, I was reading the book of Daniel, and noticed that in Daniel 12, Daniel mentions a few different spans of time. In Daniel 12:7 he mentions “time, times, and half a time” which is a prophetic way of saying 3 1/2 years. This is proven by other passages that use similar terminology to refer to 42 months or 1260 days (cf. Rev 11:2-3; 12:6; 13:5 14, Dan 7:25; 12:7).

Later in Daniel 12, he writes about a similar period of time, but this one is 1290 days. Many people have speculated about why this period of time is 30 days longer than the 3 1/2 years mentioned earlier in the chapter, but the reason will be obvious in a moment. But for now, we should also recognize this second period of 1290 days as another 3 1/2 years, though this time is is 43 months.

So you take the 1260 days and the 1290 days and add them together, and you get 2550 days. As all prophecy experts know, this is not referring to days only, which would be about 7 years, but also to a period of time in years. So Daniel is making a prophecy of something that will happen 2550 years in the future. But when did the countdown begin?

Well, thankfully, Daniel tells us. In Daniel 9:25, we are told to begin counting the years until the Messiah comes when the decree goes forth to rebuild Jerusalem. So if we want to know when Jesus will return, we begin counting when the Jewish people were told they could begin rebuilding Jerusalem. When did this happen? This decree first went out under Cyrus in 536 BC.

Remembering that BC years count backward, if we subtract 536 from the 2550 years above, we get the date of….. 2014!!!!!!!!!!

So Jesus will return in 2014!

But we can do better than that, for Daniel is not done. He mentions one other number that must also be considered.

As all Bible students and prophecy experts know, Daniel goes on with some other number in Daniel 12. He does not just mention the 1260 days and the 1290 days, but he ends his book by referring to 1335 days (Daniel 12:12). Now what is this?

prophecy calendarAgain, scholars have tried to determine what the significance is of this last set of numbers in the book,  but to no avail. Why did they have trouble? Because the words of this book had been sealed up until the end of time (Daniel 12:4, 9). But now that the end of time is upon us, the meaning and significance of these words have been revealed to me. I now know not just the year that Jesus will return, but also the very day! And the 1335 in Daniel 12:12 is the key.

We must remember that we operate under the Gregorian calendar. The Hebrew people do not. They have their own calendar, which begins with the creation of the world as “Year 1″ and then just starts counting. When Daniel was writing, he would not have used the Gregorian calendar, but the Hebrew calendar. The year 2014 on the Gregorian calendar is the year 5774 on the Hebrew calendar.

Now, there are two other things that must be recognized about the Jewish calendar. First, all their months are only 30 days long. So although their years have twelve months, their years only have 360 days, not 365 like our Gregorian years. To make up for the difference, they have leap years where every so often (7 times in 19 years), they add an entire month to their calendar! The Gregorian leap year simply adds one day to the end of February every four years, but the Jewish calendar adds an entire month on to the end of their leap year. This month is called “Adar 2″ and is considered to be a lucky month.

Lucky indeed, for it is when Jesus will return! How do we know? Because that is what the 13 means in the number 1335 mentioned in Daniel 12:12. As we saw above, the year that Jesus returns will be the Jewish year 5774 (our year 2014), and that year happens to be a leap year. The Jewish year 5774 is a leap year, and so it will have 13 months! This explains the first part of that final number, 1335.

But what about the 35?

Well, guess what month the Jewish leap month of Adar 2 falls on? That’s right, March! March is, of course, the 3rd month in our calendars! God, in His infinite wisdom, knew not only to include the Jewish year and month, but also the Gregorian year and month. Why? Because Jesus will return not just in fulfillment of Jewish prophecies, but for Christian prophecies as well, and to bring peace to the whole world.

But we still have one number left, the 5 in 1335. By now, it should be obvious what the 5 refers to. It is tell us the exact day that Jesus will return – the 5th day of March.

So all of these numbers show this:

Jesus will return on March 5, 2014!

You might be wondering why I know this is correct and why God chose to reveal this to me instead of to you. We’ll I’ll tell you why. I have three daughters. Two of them, the first and the third, were born on March 5. Is it coincidence that the date on which Jesus will return is the very day on which He chose to have two of my daughters be born? How rare is it to have two children (who are not twins) born on the same exact day! It is extremely rare, but in God’s providence, it now makes sense why He did that, because He wanted to use it as a sign to show me the day that Jesus will return.

And just one final confirmation. I decided to see if there was any evidence online that Jesus will return on March 5, 2014. So I punched that date into Google, and I clicked on the very first search result. Where did it take me? To a page that had almost nothing on it, but this:

[THERE USED TO BE A COUNTDOWN TIMER HERE….]

Wow! Can you believe it?

…No, you probably can’t.

Yeah, I don’t either.

THIS IS ALL A JOKE!

SERIOUSLY! 

This whole post was a prank.

Well, not the part about me having two daughters born on March 5. That part is true. But the rest is completely false and fabricated….

I wrote this post because the July 2013 synchroblog theme was to share a story about the best prank you have ever done. I have pulled a few pranks growing up, but rather than share them, decided to pull a little prank right here on my blog. Usually the synchroblog topics are pretty heavy, but since it is summer, we decided to lighten things up a bit. This is my attempt.

I hope you enjoyed reading it as much I enjoyed writing it! If you want a few other laughs, try some of the other contributors to this month’s synchroblog:

March 6, 2014 Update: Obviously, Jesus did not return on March 5, 2014. I never thought He would, of course. As I stated above, this entire post was just a prank for the summer synchroblog. A little light-hearted fun.

But be warned: There are many out there who will want to set dates and declare that they know when Jesus will return. Don’t believe them! They don’t know! Not even the angels know. People who set dates are usually trying to manipulate you into following their ministry, supporting them financially, or accepting them as some sort of authority in your life. Don’t get sucked in!

I am reminded of something one of my seminary professors told me: “We must live each day as if Jesus is coming tomorrow, but plan as if He will not return in our lifetime.” Good advice.

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  1. says

    Soon after beginning to read your blog I realised that it was a load of rubbish. The Jewish year normally has 354 days since Jewish months have either 29 or 30 days alternating. But it is reasonable to think Jesus Christ will return when the world is 6,000 years old, and according to my e-book ‘The True Chronology of the Old Testament, which is on Amazon, the world will be 6,000 years old on 1st Tishri 2014. The chronology has three symmetries of time. There were 430 years from when Abraham went to Egypt until the Exodus, and Jacob went to Egypt exactly in the middle of this period. There were 1,000 years from the Exodus to the fall of Jerusalem to the Babylonians, and David was born exactly in the middle of this period. There were 4,016 years from the creation of the world to the death of Jesus Christ, and Abraham was born exactly in the middle of this period. These give me confidence that the chronology is correct. I don’t know the day or hour of Jesus’ return (Matt 24.36), but I think it will be a few days after 1st Tishri 2014 (24th September).

    Jesus’ return must be very soon because he said all things would be fulfilled ‘in this generation’, and that generation must include the time when the Israelis captured Jerusalem in the 1967 Six-day war. At this time Jerusalem stopped being trodden down by the Gentiles. A generation is 50 years, so the second coming will take place in 2017 at the latest. The prophecy of Judah ben Samuel in about 1200 also indicates that Messiah will come by 2017 at the latest, so the most likely time is when the world will be exactly 6,000 years old, which it will be on 24th September 2014.

      • says

        I copied this from my website, sunrise-publishing.co.uk, and hope you find it informative.

        Jesus said to them, ‘Verily I say unto you, This generation shall not pass, till all these things be fulfilled’ (Matthew 24.34).

        When the disciples heard Jesus say this, they probably thought he would return in their own generation, meaning before they had died. However it is now clear that Jesus could not have been referring to the generation living at the time when he said these words, because he did not return before that generation had died. He must therefore have been referring to the generation who would be alive when the Jews regained Jerusalem. So Jesus will return within one generation of 1967. A generation is rather a vague length of time, generally thought to be 30 or 40 years, but if a generation was 40 years, Jesus would have returned by 2007 at the latest.

        A generation can also be thought of as the number of years from the birth of a father to the birth of the last of his children. Most fathers have had the last of their children by the time they are 40 years old, a few have had the last of their children by the time they are about 50 years old, and very few beget any children after they are 50 years old. Therefore the length of the generation Jesus was referring to could have been 50 years. It is interesting to note that 50 years is the time from one jubilee to the next.

        If a generation is taken to be 50 years, the second coming will take place by 2017 at the latest. According to my chronology 1st Tishri 2017 is 6,003 years after the Creation. Considering that after Jesus has returned to the earth he will reign for 1,000 years, it is clear that the most likely year that he returns will be on about 1st Tishri 2014, when the world is exactly 6,000 years old.

        • Ann Small says

          Thanks for trying, Roger, but if Jesus (who is God) was not told by his Father (who is God) the exact date of his own return, I think we should be content with the vague word “generation” and assume it means our own. Further, I think this would make the Spirit (who is God) very happy and if God is happy so am I. :) Keep working for Jesus!

    • Sam says

      If you read all the post and the comments, you will see that this post is SATIRE, which is using humor to expose people who think they have figured out the exact date of Jesus’ return. Wasn’t it Harold Camping who claimed to have figured out the exact date on more than one occasion and told people to send him money (some sent their life savings, which he never refunded when he was proven wrong).

      Jeremy clearly says it is a joke. He is not asking for money or anything else. It’s a humorous effort to tell us to believe no one who says they have figured out when Jesus will return. I know some people don’t understand humor. My mother was one of those people. She could be in a room filled with one thousand people. 999 would be laughing hilariously and my mother would be stone-faced because she did not understand the concept of humor.

      When you say a “load of rubbish” I am taking that to mean that you understood the post to be satire, not a serious attempt to establish the date Jesus will return.

      • says

        When I began reading this blog I thought Jeremy was claiming to have worked out the date of Jesus’ return, and it was only when I got to the clock that I realised that it was a joke. He has a point. There are sites where someone is claiming prophetic knowledge, and its pretty obvious right from the start. However on this occasion it was different. I was casually googling to see if there were any other sites that had predicted the return of Jesus Christ in 2014, because I too had made that prediction. Then I saw Jeremy’s site and wondered how he had come to this conclusion. Then I read about adding two numbers of days together, 1260 and 1290, and calling them 2550 years, and saying that Jesus Christ would return 2550 years after 536 BC, I thought that was bonkers, and I hope you also think its bonkers. Incidentally, counting 2550 years from 536 BC comes to 2015, because 536 BC should be treated as -535, there being no 0 BC.
        Concerning Harold Camping, when I discovered the basis of his prediction, I thought that too was a load of rubbish. Those people who believed him must be really stupid.
        Concerning my sense of humour, I don’t really mind if people don’t think I have one.
        Concerning the date Jesus Christ will return, it is logical to think he will return when the world is 6,000 years old, and the only way we can find this date out is from the chronology of the Old Testament. It is logical because God created the world in 6 days and rested on the 7th, and with God a thousand years is as 1 day, and 1 day as 1,000 years (Peter 3.8). This suggests that the first 6,000 years of the world’s existence have been given to mankind, to do as he pleases, and following this there will be 1,000 years when Jesus Christ will rule, and instead of the chaos and injustice of man’s rule there will be justice and peace. In my chronology there were 1,000 years from the Exodus to the fall of Jerusalem to the Babylonians, and this 1,000 year period confirms that the 1,000 years in Revelation 20 is real not symbolic as many would have us believe.

        So I’m telling people to get ready for the return of Jesus Christ in October 2014, by turning to God through Jesus Christ and accepting that he is the only begotten Son of God who suffered for the sins of the world, and who will give to those who believe in him, when they are raised up at the last trump, his righteousness, so that they will no longer be sinners but sons of God. Praise be to God and to his Son Jesus!

        • David says

          Could very well be 5th October 2014 when we reach the final jubilee year (120th jubilee).Genesis 6:3 And the LORD said, My spirit shall not always strive with man, for that he also is flesh: yet his days shall be an hundred and twenty years. 120 Jubilee years, not years of man. A jubilee year is celebrated every 50 years (Leviticus 25).120 X 50 = 6000. God commanded man to work six days and rest on the seventh (Exodus 35:2). In the Bible it says; ‘with the Lord one day is as a thousand years, and a thousand years is as one day’ (2 Peter 3:8). Was God saying He has given man 6000 years to rule the earth. Check out this website http://www.torahcalendar.com

    • says

      I’m not going to argue with you … mainly because I just don’t care, but also because you took this post way too seriously. Of course it was rubbish! That’s what all this date setting is…

  2. Asyta says

    Jesus has arrived. The task of rebuilding the world with perfectness has commenced. His goal is to bring the entire world under one roof i.e., world beyond boundaries and unite the people of the world as one beyond any race, color, language, nationality and religion.

  3. My Name says

    There is no rush. Just wait and give everything time to develop. If it was you why the hurry? Nothing is the end but the beginning of the end and the beginning of something greater then you could imagine. All will be reveled in a shorter time then you know but maybe you are some what correct in your joke.

  4. Michel Fransman says

    You have no idea how close you are… 2014 is correct. The exact date is not revealed to anyone yet.

  5. Char says

    Shame On You…This is how cults get started and innocents die. Every vibrational word, thought and act has an impact on us ALL. What you put out there MATTERS, choose your words WISELY and always with the greater good in mind. God has enough competition getting heard, without your help!

    • says

      Shame on you for not reading the whole post… that is how cults get started and people die, when they think they know what a person is saying, but they don’t have any clue because they fail to do their homework and understand what a person is actually saying.

  6. norma rose says

    Hi,actually I’m not believing about what they. said about the time god is coming.
    nobody know that the hour has come. Jesus he promise he will return soon he go to prepare
    a place for us but we need to prepared ourself clean our sin asked forgoverness what we did wrong
    And god accept us when. He. will return just have patien and continue.to live with peace. and don’t. Listen. what people say
    Understand the bible. what he write thanks and god and blessed you all.

  7. david says

    What a joke. The Bible says that “no one knows the day or the hour.”
    To even joke about such things shows the pathetic nonsense in this young man’s life.
    Get a life. True up or shut up.

    The Bible does say that it is “a shame for a man to have long hair.”
    Get a haircut you ungrateful hippy!

    • says

      Ha! You made me laugh today. Thank you.

      Did it ever occur to you that I have long hair because of what I read in 1 Corinthians 11:14? I certainly don’t have long hair because I like it…

  8. Dion says

    Sir, do you think your prank was worthy of the Lord? Do you not think for one moment that those who do not follow Him will now have more than enough reason to suggest that you are “just another so-called Christian whose gone off the rails” and thus having caused damage to His message? For what purpose did you publish your “prank”? Why did you deem it necessary????

    • says

      God has a sense of humor, and as one who bears the image of God, I have a sense of humor also. Those who have no sense of humor are missing out on much of what God wants them to see in life. I believe God laughed along with me at this joke… and is laughing still.

  9. Lutek says

    Jeremy,
    My hair is almost as long as yours now, because the self-flagellating attitude displayed in your last comment has inspired me to try to better your humility. However, subsequent comments are making me re-think my approval of your pseudo-messiahship and see the error of my ways. Before I call my barber, I just want to ask you – do you really think God has a sense of humor? Get serious. He is made in our image! Oops, sorry. I mean, we are made in his image! If he had a sense of humor, wouldn’t we all be laughing, instead of being the sticks-in-the-mud that he requires us to be? You remind me of the false messiah portrayed in Monty Python’s thought-provoking film, “The Life of Brian.” You and your kind may be all different, but I assure you, sir, that I’m not.

      • Lutek says

        I was just picking up some of the silliness that has developed here and seeing how far I could run with it. The last line in my comment refers to a scene in The Life of Brian. Most visitors to this site probably haven’t seen the movie because it was widely criticized as blasphemous when it first came out. It really isn’t, but I admit that it left me uncomfortable the first time I saw it.
        This must be one of the longest-running April Fool’s jokes on record!

  10. Christ says

    Sure, good laugh!!! But, to make some people understand something, Jesus is not going to come back to earth ever. As he said, you will meet him when your time is right. He also said that he is to far removed from this spiritual realm, and it would be very difficult for him to return to earth. Sorry to have to tell you this. But as he said it is time to share with the world the truth and what will happen. He loves you all as you who believe love him.

  11. sunny says

    Well as a muslim and respecting much of what is written in the old and new testament , im awaiting Jesus to come. He has been my role model since I was young. If he request me to be by his sides , I’ll leave everything to be his servant if God give me this favour and this comes from the depth of my heart.

    • perfectchild says

      Umm… you’ll wait forever, Sunny. All animals die. Yes, we’re animals. As the Koran mentioned, Jesus did not Resurrect – and so for St Paul, the religious-transvestite; it was all worthless.

      However, fortunately, the never-fading commandment is to ‘love God with all your heart mind and soul, and love the kuffar as yourself.’ If you can do this, to live and let live and not force your religion upon anyone – you’ll be a bad Muslim but a good person. And you won’t need to hold Jesus’ hand – for you would have found the truth that sets you free.

  12. perfectchild says

    I’m so glad it wasn’t long to read to get to the punch-line.

    I was simply researching the Roman Pagan Cult of Father, Son and Holy Ghost – the three bases to cover for their all-encompassing new Truth Religion.

    If everything you do is inadequate:… unworthy rags for God… have to wait upon The Spirit to arrive to make what should have been a under a millisecond decision… and be less a person than Jesus… the more pathetic the lookalike soundalikes the better… well, COME TO MOMMA! Church 1 Individual 0

    Pity then, you did not complete the picture with rationalizing the irrational. (So please, don’t waste any more of my time. :))

  13. Jason says

    I’m sure everyone, having studied God’s word, receives instant memory of what the Bible says, as I do, every single time some ‘crazy’ pops up claiming to know the day Jesus is returning. Jesus said that no person can know the day, not even him. That always rushes to the front of my mind when I hear or of someone claiming a date. So, it practically clears that specific day. As if to say, you take a break from watching for Jesus on that day, lol.

  14. says

    The return of Christ is far too serious an issue to be joked about and your idea of a “prank” is downright disrespectful of our Saviour. Remember, whatever a man sows, that shall he also reap. Joke about something more frivolous if you wish, but not about our Holy God!!

    • Sam says

      Replying to several of the last comments:

      There are so many comments on this post that you probably did not have time to read through them. Please note that this is SATIRE, which is using humor to expose the stupidity of so many people who think they have figured out the date of Jesus’ return. There have been many who predicted specific dates over them past 2,000 years. So far every one of them has been wrong.

      Wasn’t it Harold Camping who claimed to have figured out the exact date on more than one occasion and told people to send him money (some sent their life savings, which he never refunded when he was proven wrong).

      Notice that Jeremy clearly says it is a joke. He is not asking for money or anything else. It’s a humorous effort to tell us to believe no one who says they have figured out when Jesus will return. I know some people don’t understand humor. My mother was one of those people. She could be in a room filled with one thousand people. 999 would be laughing hilariously and my mother would be stone-faced because she did not understand the concept of humor.

  15. Mark says

    Those people who claim to have dreams or visions of Jesus coming soon…I have heard this nonsense for OVER 45 years. The hitchhikers who vanish after talking about the rapture…Dr Richard Eby claiming he would not die before Jesus came back. I can promise one thing. Jesus will come back before I ever darken the door of a church.

  16. robbie vincent says

    i didnt have to read very far into it to realise it was bogus but found it sort of amusing but it did however get the point through that nobody will ever know the exact time or in whos generation jesus will return but as clearly stated he will without any doubt return !!!!

  17. says

    Where have you been? His 2nd coming was shortly after His resurrection! Remember He said to Mary touch me not I will go to my Father and then return to start the church age. He presented Himself the perfect sacrifice to the Father and then returned to marshal the disciples together to wait for the infilling of the Holy Spirit to power their ministry of world wide spreading of the gospel. No doubt he will return again! Only the Father knows when.

  18. William Steeves says

    I Knew it was a prank when i say the days because in the bible 1 Millenium is 1 day in god eyes told in 2 Peters 3:8 so when u said a 2,550 days

    that would equal
    2,550 days x 1,000 years = 2,550,000 years in our eye

    2,550,000 years – 536 years= 2,549,464 in our eye not 2014

    and in god eye that would be 2,549.464 days

  19. Derek says

    Not sure God would appreciate you joking on such a subject, truth is you got it wrong so you said it was only a joke, similar to what a child would do

    • says

      Derek,
      Seriously? If you look at the date of the post, or just the date of many of the comments, you can see that the post was written a long time before the date actually “predicted.” Therefore, I didn’t get it wrong and then call it a joke later. It was a joke from the very beginning. I think God laughed with me. He is tired of date-setting Christians and wants us all to lighten up a bit.

  20. Earl Snyder says

    I know Matthew 24:36; however, Christ will return on the day of atonement on Tishri 10, 5785. This is October 11, 2024

  21. Earl says

    The holy Spirit showed me how to unseal The Book of Danirl. I can date any event in the bible (past and future). This includes when the beast will sign a peace treaty with Israel.; and when the great tribulation will begin.

  22. John says

    Jeremy,
    You started this and it is a cruel blow to worshippers of Jesus and Christianity. You should go to confession and say sorry to the priest.Then remove this page as a sign of respect to Jesus.

  23. gina says

    People should not play in reference to when Jesus will return. Just keep on loving one another and stop the killings and love, forgive and help one another. Parents need to go back to old school raising of children.

  24. john Septeptional says

    People as stupid as you shoulndt be allowed on the internet. Do you really believe a floating bearded man in the sky created the world in 7 days? If your god created the sun on the 4th day, how had four days passed? Dou you really think he just “spawned” all of the living things on earth? Jeez, its 2014 and you still believe in ” god”

  25. says

    Before you said it’s a prank, i already know it because the Sceipture already told us that not even the angels know when the Son of Man will come.

    Thanks for the “expensive ” joke i learnt a little thing from there anyway.

  26. Aubrey says

    Are we talking about His ” Jesus ” coming to the earth or in the Clouds. To the earth is his second coming , not in the clouds, ” catching away ” which will happen before His second coming.

  27. R says

    it is also Written that no one knows the Time the day or the Hour in witch Your Lord Is coming, not even the angels, it is all fix by the Father in Heaven…So Stop trying to come up with a date…when God is Ready to End it He Will End it !!!!!

    • Sam says

      You didn’t read the post, which you should do before commenting on it. This is satire, which is using humor to expose the misguided people who think they have figured out the date of Jesus’ return.

  28. Ricky Donahue says

    Funny but a good post Jeremy but the way things are shaping up in the world and looking at end times prophecies I believe that I will see the rapture in my life time

    Revelation 22:20 – He who testifies to these things says, “Surely I am coming quickly.” Amen. Even so, come, Lord Jesus!

    Can I hear an AMEN!

  29. Ricky Donahue says

    Jeremy what do you think about the four blood moons that John Hagee is talking about? He believe something is going to happen buy the last blood moon in 2015 maybe the rapture? or maybe something else?

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