Christ in Asbury Chapel and Turkey Earthquake
Bow of Asbury Students Corresponds to Planets Over Turkey
Mystery of Christ
in Asbury Chapel and Turkey Earthquake
Christ in Asbury Chapel and Turkey Earthquake
2023 (Day 54): The Chapel Service at Asbury
University in Kentucky that was held an hour before the Turkey
earthquake on February 20, 2023 reflected the faces of Christ
over Turkey during the earthquake. A band of six students
plus a seventh student at the altar matched the Bow
Configuration in the chart of the planets over Turkey. The
positions of the students and their functions in the Chapel
service corresponded to the meanings of the planets that
reflected the face of Christ over Turkey.
The Turkey earthquake was at 1704/29
GMT, which is 1204/29 EST in Kentucky. The Chapel was
empty of students from 11 AM to 1 PM EST. The
earthquake on Feb. 20 was the second major earthquake with
aftershocks that occurred after the first group of
earthquakes occurred on Feb. 6, 2023.
A student stood at the podium at the right side of the stage
beside a large cross, corresponding to an altar. The
student wore red, corresponding to the blood sacrifice of Christ
at the cross. The color red is also symbolic of Adam and
suffering. This symbolized retroactive positional truth,
which is identification with Christ in His death (ref. Gal
2:20). Later, the student body president stood
before the cross wearing white, for sanctification,
corresponding to forgiveness of sins and Positional
Sanctification. The position of the altar
corresponded in the earthquake chart to Taurus, which had the
Red Planet, for the Blood of Christ and the plagues of the world
(such as the earthquake).
The podium next to the cross
was in the position in the earthquake chart corresponding to the
Mediator Planet, for the Lord Jesus Christ as the Mediator
of the New Covenant to the Church (ref. Heb.
9:15). During Chapel services various speakers
addressed the congregation from the podium, which also
corresponded to a High Place on Earth.
A band of six students were on the left side of the stage.
Two girls were lead singers, corresponding to the sign of
Pisces, for the two fish, one pointed toward Heaven and the
other toward Earth. Pisces corresponds to the location of
Kentucky. There were two planets in Pisces in the chart:
Three students were behind the
lead singers. The three were in the next sign,
Aquarius. A boy was playing percussion and corresponded to
the Redeemer Planet in Aquarius, for being redeemed from
Sheol. The percussion also symbolized the sound of the
earthquake. Next, two students played guitars - a girl and
a boy. The round holes in the sound boxes of the guitars
symbolized the Sun and Moon. The girl symbolized the Moon and
the boy symbolized the Sun in the chart.
- Almighty God - Jesus
Christ as the Lord of all.
- Morning Star - the
Spiritual life of the believer.
Next was a large, grand piano, played by a boy. The piano
with the top open symbolized the empty tomb of Christ after the
Resurrection. On the stage steps went up behind the piano
to a picture of Christ in Heaven in Resurrection body. The
piano player was associated with Aquarius and the next sign
Capricornus. The piano is played with hands and
feet. The feet of the piano player symbolized the feet of
Peace of the Last Adam Planet, corresponding to the
Gospel of Peace (reconciliation) (Eph 6:15) and the Covenant of
Peace for the Millennium (Isa 54:10). The Last Adam
Planet was in Capricornus, where it is the sign of an outcast,
such as Jesus Christ as the stone which the builders cast away
(Mk 12:10). This also corresponded to the exit on the left
side of the stage behind the piano player.
Chapel services at Asbury
University are held in Hughes Auditorium. The auditorium,
like the architecture of many church buildings, has Spiritual
symbolism. The stage symbolizes the Earth with the Stage
of Life (1 Cor 4:9), an Altar, or High Place, and a Grand Piano, symbolizing
the Body of Christ, the Church (Eph 5:23). The
congregation, or audience, sits in front of the stage.
The second level of the stage represents Heaven. A
stairway connects the first level of the stage to the
second. There is a picture of Christ on the second level,
corresponding to Christ in His Resurrection Body in
Heaven. The choir stands on a platform on the second
level, and the orchestra sits behind the choir. The
orchestra and choir symbolize the angelic choir in Heaven.
Above the second level of the stage is a window as
commonly found in a baptistry. The window symbolizes the
Throne of God in Heaven (Rev 4:2-4). Regardless of how it
all came about, the Asbury Chapel has Spiritual
significance. It is part of the Plan of God, and angels
labored long and hard to make it into its current form.
The building may not be considered sacred, but it is certainly
full of Divine, Heavenly meaning.
The building is just the beginning. Putting on a worship
service that is synchronized with the heavens and with an
earthquake is awesome. God had to decree such a thing in
His Plan and myriads of angels had to make it happen.
Behind the visible humans were invisible angels who influenced
everything. Art and music are orchestrated by angels and
demons. They either control people like puppets or have
strong influence over them. The people don't feel, see, or
hear anything. They are oblivious to the angels. God
decrees life for people, but He uses angels to make life and
manage the multitude of relationships in the world.
Angels brought teachers and students to Asbury University.
They brought the audience to the Chapel. They brought the
musicians and singers. They gave the singers their talent,
and protected the hearers from demonic distraction. But to
synchronize the Asbury musicians to the chart of the
heavens over the Turkey earthquake was Divinely
miraculous. The Lord Jesus Christ was at Asbury Chapel in
Spirit. He called out the students and gave them a new
role in the Church. They will spend the rest of their
lives discovering and living the New Spiritual Life that He has
ordained. The students are untrained for their New Life
and will have to make many decisions over their lifetime to
fulfill their Divine calling. However, the flame of the
Lord of their calling into fellowship with Christ will always be
with them and never go out (Rom 8:35, 38, 39).
The two groups of Turkey earthquakes on Feb.
6 and 20 symbolize the shaking of Earth and Heaven in the
two Advents of Jesus Christ
as the High Priest of the New Covenant to the Church
(Hag 2:6, 7; Heb 12:26, 27). Earthquakes occurred
during the First Advent of Christ that woke the
dead (Matt 27:51-52,
53, 54; 28:2; Isa 26:19). Earthquakes
will also herald the Second Advent (Rev 6:12; 8:5;
11:13; 16:18), and Heaven will be shaken in the
Tribulation prior to the Second Advent (Rev 11:19).
The Chart at the time of the
second earthquake in Turkey (6.3 magnitude)
is described in the Second Turkey Earthquake, Shaking Earth and
Sea. The Chart contains a Bow of planets that
correspond to the musicians and speakers on the stage of
Asbury University Chapel in Kentucky.
The students and teachers on the stage in Asbury
Chapel one hour before the Turkey Earthquake on Feb. 20, 2023
correspond to the configuration of planets over the
earthquake. The lineup of planets contains a Bow
configuration, and the six-member band and speaker at the podium
in Asbury Chapel also form a bow. The number 7 is for
categorical completion. And the functions of the people on
the stage in Asbury Chapel also correspond to the meaning of the
planets over the earthquake.
Thus, the students and teachers on the stage at Asbury Chapel were
directly associated with the Turkey earthquake. One event is
blessing and the other cursing in the Plan of God. The
Asbury students were called into fellowship in the Church.
The people in Turkey were cursed in the Judgment of Ecumenical
Babylon in the earthquake. The Turkey earthquake corresponds
to earthquakes at the Second Advent. The Church will not go
through the earthquakes at the Second Advent. The Church
will return with Christ from Heaven at the Second Advent to
conquer the enemies of the Lord. The citizens of Turkey are
mostly Muslims, who have rejected Christ, while Christians like
those at Asbury University are blessed by association with Jesus
Christ, the Savior of the world.
The miraculous events at Asbury University and in Turkey required
the Plan of God and the work of His angels. The Turkey
earthquakes were Judgment from angelic warriors under Michael
while the art, music, and teaching in the Church at Asbury
University were functions of the Angelic College of Heralds under
Gabriel. The angels were invisible, but the miraculous
events did not occur without them. They deliver blessing and
cursing from the Hand of God.
The awakening and calling out of students in their 20's is the
sign of a generational blessing, since 20 is the number for a
generation. The Lord Jesus Christ as the High Priest of the
Church will lead the generation. This is the mystery
of Christ in the Church (Eph 3:4; Col 2:2; 4:3). The
mystery hidden in Christ will be revealed to the new generation of
disciples who advance to Spiritual Maturity by executing the New
Spiritual Life that God has given them through the Holy
Spirit. Prayer will not suffice, and singing will not bring
success. Only daily metabolization of Bible Doctrine:
Learning and executing Bible Doctrine, the Bread of Life, in the
Filling of the Holy Spirit will lead to Spiritual Growth.
Those who reject the New Life in Christ will die in the
wilderness, like the Exodus generation of those 20 and older (Num
The Lord shook Turkey with earthquakes and 40,000 people died in
the wilderness in a generation that rejected Bible Doctrine.
The Lord shook Heaven in Kentucky calling out a new generation to
live the New Spiritual Life in Christ. Will they advance to
maturity or will they die in the wilderness like the Exodus
generation? Every generation must find Christ or die.
1. Larry Wood, "Control Room in
Heaven" Sep. 14, 2014.
2. Laura Bicker, "Turkey earthquake: Deadly new tremor traps people
under rubble," BBC News, Feb. 21, 2023.
3. "At least 8 dead and hundreds injured after a new
earthquake hits the Syria-Turkey border," NBC News, Feb.
Live Stream Archive," Asbury University, Feb. 21, 2023.
Released Feb. 23, 2023 - Revised Feb. 24, 2023