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Please tell us how David is doing, we are praying for him.
May God bless you and yours.
Thanks for your prayers. Dave is pretty well over the hump on the ruptured appendix bit. He is now fighting Pneumonia, and has developed Diabetes. He is home, but has the liver abscess drain in his back and intravenous hookups in his upper arm. A nurse comes once a day to give him an intravenous antibiotic.
He is supposed to walk some, and he does, with my walker, but he doesn't feel good. As these days go by, he reports no improvement over the previous day. He has lost muscle tone, but that is to be expected. He was in the hospital a month with only intravenous food until the last few days, and he couldn't eat much then.
He still needs our prayers. We are sure hoping the Rapture will be soon. Tomorrow is the Feast of Trumpets according to the Jewish Calendar. If going by sighting the new Crescent Moon, it might not be seen for a day or two. Agape
Netanyahu, Mubarak close to agreement
Al-Sharq al-Awsat reports prime minister, Egyptian president will reveal agreements on negotiations with Palestinians and a prisoner swap deal for Shalit after scheduled meeting in Cairo Sunday
Israel and Egypt are on the cusp of agreement on factors relating to negotiations with the Palestinians as well as a prisoner exchange deal to release kidnapped soldier Gilad Shalit...
Egyptian intelligence chief Omar Suleiman has met separately with Hamas politburo chief Khaled Mashaal and Netanyahu's envoy to talks on Shalit, Hagai Hadas.
Arab funded Jimmy Carter:
Israel wants one state
The Israeli government is continuing to expend West Bank settlement in the aims of forgoing the two-state vision and prompting the establishment of one bi-national state, former President Jimmy Carter charged Saturday in an op-ed for the Washington Post.
Incoming e-mail, Re: Interesting...Saturn
"Thunderstorm on Saturn is a record-buster"
The article says, "It could be that this latitude is one of the few places in Saturn's atmospher that allow large-scale vertical convection of WATER CLOUDS, which is necessary for thunderstorms to develop."
Thanks. I guess that proves that Saturn has water. Agape
Israelis, Palestinians present peace blueprint
KARIN LAUB, 9-15-09
Jerusalem divided by a series of fences, trenches and walls. The West Bank and Gaza linked by a sunken highway. Palestinians and Israelis trading land that would require 100,000 Jewish settlers to move.
These proposals are part of a 424-page blueprint for Mideast peace presented Tuesday...
The plan was released as a new U.S. diplomatic effort was under way to restart peace talks and ahead of meetings next week at the annual gathering of world leaders at the U.N. General Assembly in New York....
A sunken four-lane highway with bridges and tunnels would be built through Israel to link the West Bank and Gaza...
Both sides would have access to the walled Old City with its major religious shrines, but from separate gates. The border puts the Jewish Quarter and the Western Wall, the holiest site in Judaism, in Israel, while the Palestinians would get the adjacent Al Aqsa Mosque compound, Islam's third-holiest shrine....
Palestinians: State within 2 years with Obama's support
Incoming e-mail, Re: Jesus crowned on Passover
Look at the GRB we have to celebrate Passover together! Jesus just like this GRB is coming out of Bootes; where else? We shall rise to meet Him up in the clouds, where He gathers together His own at the Rapture.
Do we have any special instructions? We will "all" hear the shofar. Should we be awake? Should we enter into and maintain a state of prayer at the appointed hour? Should we dress in white robes or garments? Maybe singing hymns of praise would also be a good idea? Do you have any other thoughts?
More signs appear each day. I found a wonderful article about Jesus' Coronation when He was crucified. It dovetails nicely into the tradition of the Jewish kings crowned on Nisan 1 Passover. Enjoy Sister!
GRB ID GRB 090408
Time 15:02:11 UTC
Right ascension 15:26:28
Galactic Lon. 60.65°
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Constellation of Bootes
Although the fall festival of Rosh HaShanah marks the first day of the new Jewish calendar year, Nisan in the spring is actually considered the beginning of the annual festival cycle. The Jewish commentaries in the Mishnah tell us that the year of the reign of Jewish kings was counted from Nisan in biblical times.
In fact, in the traditional Jewish calendar, there are four legal New Year’s days:
First comes Nisan, the New Year for Kings. Next, is the 1st of Elul, the New Year for animal tithes. Then the 1st of Tishri (Rosh Hashanah) is the New Year for the civil calendar and for vegetable tithes.
Finally, the 15th of Shevat (Tu Bishvat) is the New Year for Trees and fruit tithes.
As we shall see, recognition of the first New Year celebration in the Jewish calendar becomes extremely important in understanding the finished work of Christ. When He came to His people two thousand years ago, He completed every tiny detail of prophecy. In particular, His coronation as King was no mere metaphor; it was perfect and complete.
This year, Passover and Easter come within three days of each other, with Passover arriving on April 9th and Easter on Sunday, April 12th. To Jews, it is a time to celebrate the freeing of their ancestors from Egyptian bondage by Moses, the deliverer.
Christians remember how our Deliverer, Christ, the Lamb of God, was sacrificed for us. We recall His public humiliation, His death and His resurrection. He was given a thorny crown on that day. It was painful and demeaning, but it was a real and legitimate crown, representing an actual coronation. Equally important was the blessing this crown bestowed upon the entire earth.
New Year for Kings
Before we revisit the events of His last Passover, we should review a little-known but interesting fact about this day, traditionally remembered by the Jews as the day when the kings of ancient Israel were crowned.
In fact, Nisan – the month of the Passover – marked what was known as the "New Year for Kings."
One essay on the subject says, "For reasons as yet unclear, the beginning of the year, reckoned from the spring by the early postexilic community, came to be celebrated in the autumn in Judaism. The sounding of the ram’s horn (shofar) figured prominently in the ritual of the festival, held on Tishri 1-2, while the liturgy emphasized the themes of judgment, God’s kingship, and creation.
"Nisan 1 continued to be recognized as New Year’s day for the reckoning of the reigns of Jewish kings and for festivals. Thus, although the calendar year began with Tishri 1, Passover was regarded as the first festival of the year. Of minor significance were the New Year’s days on Elul 1 and Shevat 1, for the tithing of cattle and for trees respectively." [Old Testament Essays 1967-1998, Vol. 1, Sheffield Academic Press, 1998]
Israel’s two diasporas – in 722 and 586 B.C. – and the collapse of the Jewish Monarchy led to the recognition of Tishri and Rosh HaShanah, rather than Nisan and Passover, as the head of the year. Put another way, Jews came to honor the Civil New Year in the fall, rather than the Spiritual New Year in the spring.
The following quote from The Jewish Voice further clarifies this view: "How do we know that Passover is Rosh HaShanah for the Kings? It is in the Tanach [Old Testament], though somewhat hidden. How do we know that the Kings of Israel are crowned at Passover? In I Kings, it says this: ‘… in the fourth year of Solomon’s reign over Israel, in the month of Zif, which is the second month, that he began to build the House of Adonai.’ (I Kings 6:1) It is repeated in II Chronicles 3:2 as well. The second month of the reign of King Solomon – which means Solomon was crowned the month before! The month of Zif is now known as the month of Iyar, which comes after the month of Nisan, when Passover is. From this understanding, we can check it with the other kings of Israel as well. There was a debate between the House of Hillel and the House of Shamai, whether it was on the 15th or the 1st of the month, but the 15th is Passover night, and this became the common understanding."
In the ancient world, then, Israelites regarded the 1st of Nisan as the New Year for Kings, and the festival of Passover as the actual coronation day.
Little known to Gentiles, this amazing truth throws new light on that most historic of all Passovers. The day that Jesus was crucified was also the traditional Jewish day for the Coronation of Kings!
On the morning of that day – Passover, the 15th of Nisan – Jesus was given a public coronation, recognized by both Roman and Jewish leaders. As we shall see, this fact is carefully documented in Scripture.
The night before, He was arrested and taken to a Jewish trial, first before Annas, then in the presence of the high priest Caiphas and the assembled Sanhedrin.
Early in the morning, He was bound and taken to Pilate, who found no fault in Him. The cynical Roman Procurator sent him to Herod Antipas, who scoffed at any claim that He might be of royal blood.
Then, clothing him in regal apparel, Herod sent Jesus back to Pilate. This time, Jesus was tried in public, before a screaming mob, who shouted, "Crucify Him!" Pilate and Herod found no guilt in Him worthy of death, but in the end, the crowd ruled, urging Pilate to free the insurrectionist Barabbas and crucify Jesus in his place.
In the Gospel of John, we find the dramatic recitation of the Roman mockery that preceded His crucifixion. Pilate and the priests intertwine in a strange conspiracy that leave no doubt about the nature of Christ’s coronation:
"Then Pilate therefore took Jesus, and scourged him.
"And the soldiers platted a crown of thorns, and put it on his head, and they put on him a purple robe,
"And said, Hail, King of the Jews! and they smote him with their hands.
"Pilate therefore went forth again, and saith unto them, Behold, I bring him forth to you, that ye may know that I find no fault in him.
"Then came Jesus forth, wearing the crown of thorns, and the purple robe. And Pilate saith unto them, Behold the man!
"When the chief priests therefore and officers saw him, they cried out, saying, Crucify him, crucify him. Pilate saith unto them, Take ye him, and crucify him: for I find no fault in him.
"The Jews answered him, We have a law, and by our law he ought to die, because he made himself the Son of God"
"When Pilate therefore heard that saying, he was the more afraid" (John 19:1-8).
Here, Jesus is crowned, clothed in a royal garment and presented by the Gentile Pilate, as "the man." Perhaps it would be more accurate to say, "the one." It is as though Pilate is saying to the Jews, "Here is the one you’ve been looking for, your King, the one you call Messiah." No doubt, he knew about the Jewish national dream that a political and spiritual Savior would come to bring in their promised Kingdom.
Having already condemned Jesus in their hastily-convened night court, the Jews responded with horror at this thought. They made no effort to hide their real charge against Him: He had proclaimed His own deity, making himself equal with God.
When Pilate heard their charge, he was filled with fear that Jesus was the "real thing," and that this was the reason a corrupt priesthood wished Him dead. He went back inside and spoke with Jesus once more:
"And went again into the judgment hall, and saith unto Jesus, Whence art thou? But Jesus gave him no answer.
"Then saith Pilate unto him, Speakest thou not unto me? knowest thou not that I have power to crucify thee, and have power to release thee?
"Jesus answered, Thou couldest have no power at all against me, except it were given thee from above: therefore he that delivered me unto thee hath the greater sin.
"And from thenceforth Pilate sought to release him: but the Jews cried out, saying, If thou let this man go, thou art not Caesar’s friend: whosoever maketh himself a king speaketh against Caesar.
"When Pilate therefore heard that saying, he brought Jesus forth, and sat down in the judgment seat in a place that is called the Pavement, but in the Hebrew, Gabbatha.
"And it was the preparation of the passover, and about the sixth hour: and he saith unto the Jews, Behold your King! (John 9:9-14).
After this exchange, Pilate elevated the level of his announcement to the Jews and their leaders. Before, he had simply said, "Look, here’s the man." Now, however, he declared, "Look, here’s your King!" Did he really recognize Jesus as King and Messiah? As a pagan and a worshipper of Caesar as god, he could do no such thing.
But without a doubt, he recognized Jesus as the man the Jews had been waiting for, and he publicly counseled the Jews to receive their king.
And thus, in Nisan, the month of the New Year for Kings, and on Passover the Day of Coronation, Jesus was recognized by both Jewish and Gentile leaders as the King. Furthermore, He had been enrobed, crowned and formally presented. Everything required for a legitimate coronation had been accomplished. And ever since that eminent day, Scripture has stood as its witness.
To emphasize the truth of this matter, the Bible tells us that as Jesus was sent forth to His crucifixion, a title was placed over his head. Traditionally, such a title was affixed above the head of a victim, stating his crime … the reason for the crucifixion. But this time, something was different. Scripture clearly states that Pilate wrote the title himself, stating what he had, by this time, come to accept as some form of the truth:
"And Pilate wrote a title, and put it on the cross. And the writing was, JESUS OF NAZARETH THE KING OF THE JEWS" (Jn. 19:19).
The Jews begged him to change the wording of the sign:
"Then said the chief priests of the Jews to Pilate, Write not, The King of the Jews; but that he said, I am King of the Jews.
"Pilate answered, What I have written I have written" (Jn. 19:21,22).
The wording makes it clear, not only that Pilate had personally written the sign, but that he recognized Jesus as King of the Jews. Through the hand of a pagan Roman Procurator, the Spirit of the Lord spoke with complete and final authority. Jesus was King!
The Curse Upon the Ground
At the judgment of the sin in the Garden of Eden, God pronounced His curse upon the Serpent and the woman. Then He turned to Adam, who had originally been given dominion over the soil, its plants and livestock and turned that blessing to a curse:
"And unto Adam he said, Because thou hast hearkened unto the voice of thy wife, and hast eaten of the tree, of which I commanded thee, saying, Thou shalt not eat of it: cursed is the ground for thy sake; in sorrow shalt thou eat of it all the days of thy life;
"Thorns also and thistles shall it bring forth to thee; and thou shalt eat the herb of the field;
"In the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat bread, till thou return unto the ground; for out of it wast thou taken: for dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return. (Gen. 3:17-19).
Because of Adam’s sin, the ground was cursed with all manner of noxious weeds, here called, "thorns … and thistles." The result was a continual battle between man and his environment, with toil and sweat to mark his progress. Job stated it well: "Let thistles [thorns] grow instead of wheat, and cockle instead of barley. The words of Job are ended" (Job 31:40).
The Crown of Fulfillment
At His crucifixion, Christ took upon Himself the sins of the world. He did so in the most literal fashion. As we have seen, the mocking crowds crowned Him King upon the very day reserved in the Jewish calender for the Coronation of Kings.
Upon His head was a crown. Its thorns represent the result of Adam’s sin – the curse of the ground – documented in Genesis 3:18. The thorns for the crown were gathered by Roman soldiers who wove it into a suitable shape, then forced it onto His head, doubtless producing a series of bleeding wounds.
Thus, as His blood poured over the thorns, Jesus took upon Himself not only the sin of mankind, but the curse upon the earth! In that historical moment, we were washed in the blood of the Lamb, and so was the earth. In His coronation, and the events that followed on that Passover day, the curse of sin upon humanity was forever broken … and the curse upon the earth removed!
May the King be praised forever!
We are ready for the Rapture when we confess our sins (I John 1:9) and therefore are filled with the Holy Spirit.
> > The Jewish commentaries in the Mishnah tell us that the year of the reign of Jewish kings was counted from Nisan in biblical times.
This is important. I think it sets the day of the Second Advent. When I see the Day of Atonement mentioned for the beginning of the Jubilee Year and the day of the Second Advent, I realize all over again that there is a need for information on the things that will take place on Nisan 1, not Tishri 10.
As I understand it, the Civil, Sacred, and Jubilee YEARS start on the first of a month, not the tenth. The Jubilee Year was announced on Tishri 10, but started the following Nisan 1. The seventh Sabbatic Year started on Nisan 1, then the Jubilee Year started the following Nisan 1.
> > The following quote from The Jewish Voice further clarifies this view: "How do we know that Passover is Rosh HaShanah for the Kings? It is in the Tanach [Old Testament], though somewhat hidden. How do we know that the Kings of Israel are crowned at Passover? In I Kings, it says this: ‘… in the fourth year of Solomon’s reign over Israel, in the month of Zif, which is the second month, that he began to build the House of Adonai.’ (I Kings 6:1) It is repeated in II Chronicles 3:2 as well. The second month of the reign of King Solomon – which means Solomon was crowned the month before! The month of Zif is now known as the month of Iyar, which comes after the month of Nisan, when Passover is. From this understanding, we can check it with the other kings of Israel as well. There was a debate between the House of Hillel and the House of Shamai, whether it was on the 15th or the 1st of the month, but the 15th is Passover night, and this became the common understanding."
I don't think the Kings of Israel were crowned at Passover, which is Nisan 14, or at the Feast of Unleavened Bread, which is Nisan 15 (Lev. 23:4,5).
> > In the ancient world, then, Israelites regarded the 1st of Nisan as the New Year for Kings, and the festival of Passover as the actual coronation day.
> > Little known to Gentiles, this amazing truth throws new light on that most historic of all Passovers. The day that Jesus was crucified was also the traditional Jewish day for the Coronation of Kings!
To me, it looks like the reign of Hebrew kings was counted from Nisan 1 and Coronation Day was on the Feast of Trumpets.
"Rosh Hashana Overview"
"In Judaism, Nisan 1 is the new year for the purpose of counting the reign of kings and months on the calendar. Regardless when the king became ruler, the coronation was on Tishri 1....
"Another theme of this holiday is God’s royalty. The Jewish liturgical tradition has preserved tunes for many of the prayers that aptly accompany what the Chassidim called “Coronation Day.” The shofar, in this light, announces God’s Kingship: With trumpets and sound of cornet [shofar] make a joyful noise before the LORD, the King (Ps. 98:6). Through repentance we become God’s subjects. It is said that the day that God manifests His Royalty, the day He created His world, is also naturally the day He sits in judgment. Coronation Day is a joyous day and world celebration."
"Rosh Hashanah History - Origin"
"the New Year For Kings, Festivals, and Months (1st day of the Hebrew/Jewish month of Nissan or Nisan; this is the date from which a king counted the years of his reign"
"The High Holy Days"
Rosh HaShanah - Feast of Trumpets
It is a celebration of the earth’s physical birthday on Tishri 1, the seventh month of the religious calendar, the first month of the civil calendar. It is the first of the fall holidays and usually occurs in September.
Another theme of this holy day is YAHUVEH’s royalty. The shofar, in this light, announces YAHUVEH’s Kingship: With trumpets and sound of cornet [shofar] make a joyful noise before the LORD, the King (Ps. 98:6). Through repentance we become YAHUVEH’s subjects. It is said that the day that YAHUVEH manifests His Royalty, the day He created His world, is also naturally the day He sits in judgment. Coronation Day is a joyous day and world celebration....
The themes surrounding this holy day include:
Jewish New Year (Rosh Hashanah literally is “Head or beginning of the year.”)
YAHUVEH’s Royalty (Coronation Day)
Day of Judgment Remembrance (Yom Ha-Zikaron, the day of remembrance) Birthday of the world...
The Feast of Trumpets will be the Rapture of the Bride of YAHUSHUA.
THE RAPTURE ON ROSH HASHANA
The gates of Heaven are opened on Rosh HaShanah so the righteous nation may enter (Isaiah 26:2, Psalm 118:19-20). Because the gates of Heaven are understood to be open on Rosh HaShanah, this is further evidence that the Rapture of the believers in Christ will take place on Rosh HaShanah.
I sure hope the Rapture will be on Rosh Hashana, the Feast of Trumpets, in 2009. The Jewish Calendar has it on Sept. 19. If we go by the Moon, it could be on the 20th or 21st. Any of those will do, but David Daughtry saw a brilliant white 21 on a blue cloud in his living room. John Tng, of Five Doves, and Valerie S. saw blue 21s. That's 3 x 7. Maybe the 777 is significant.
Rev 11:15-19 takes place on the Feast of Trumpets. It says, "And the seventh angel sounded; and there were great voices in heaven, saying, The kingdoms of this world are become the kingdoms of our Lord, and of his Christ; and he shall REIGN for ever and ever. And the four and twenty elders, which sat before God on their seats, fell upon their faces, and worshipped God, Saying, We give thee thanks, O Lord God Almighty, which art (i.e., on Tishri 1), and wast (on Tishri 1 at the First Advent), and art to come (on Nisan 1 at the Second Advent 7 months future); because thou hast taken to thee thy great power, and hast reigned. And the nations were angry, and THY WRATH IS COME, and the time of the dead, that they should be judged (at the Judgment Seat of Christ), and that thou shouldest give reward unto thy servants the prophets, and to the saints, and them that fear thy name, small and great; and shouldest destroy them which destroy the earth. And the temple of God was opened in heaven, and there was seen in his temple the ark of his testament (with its 2 stone tablets): and there were lightnings, and voices, and thunderings, and an earthquake (i.e., when 2 stones are dumped on Earth), and great hail."
Incoming e-mail, Re: I have a question
Marilyn do we know the exact Jewish date that Paul received the gospel of grace directly from the Lord in the Arabian Desert?
Not that I know of. According to the article below, it was probably between A. D. 31 and 36.
Galatians: Gospel of Freedom
The letter was written about sixteen years after Paul’s conversion, adding three years of Gal. 1:18 and the fourteen of 2:1. We do not know the precise year of his conversion. It was somewhere between A. D. 31 and 36. The epistle was written after the Jerusalem Conference dealing with the Judaizers (Gal. 2:1-10; Acts 15), and after the subsequent visit of Peter to Antioch (Gal. 2:11-14). A. T. Robertson writes, "The natural interpretation of Acts 15:1-33 is to understand it as the historical narrative of the public meetings of which Paul gives an inside view in Gal. 2:1-10. . . It was written then after that Conference which took place about A. D. 49."
Robertson suggests that it was written after Thessalonians (A. D. 50-51) which was sent from Corinth. Moreover, time is needed for Paul to travel and plant churches in this Roman Province.
The New Testament is silent about Paul’s visit to North Galatia and would therefore favor the southern territory. It mentions only Paul’s visit to the cities of Antioch, Iconium, Lystra and Derbe, important cites in the southern territory (Acts 13:14-14:24). Paul’s reference to Barnabas in 2:1, 9, 13 would suggest the readers knew Barnabas. Barnabas visited with Paul only in the southern territory on the first missionary journey.
Your view of the recipients determines your view of the date. Paul’s visit in Acts 9:26-30 is probably identical with Gal. 1:18. The visit in 2:1 is probably the visit in Acts 15. Both the conferences in Gal. 2:1 and in Acts 15 deal with the subject of Gentile relationship to the law. They both report the result was freedom for the Gentiles in relationship to the law. Leaders decided the Gentiles did not need to conform to Jewish customs to earn their relationship to God. If we identify the conference of Acts 15 with that of Gal. 2, we can date the Galatian Letter sometime around the completion of the conference or even during the conference. Most Bible scholars date the conference around A.D. 49-50. This would be the earliest time for the writing of Galatians.
If the visit referred to in Gal. 4:13 occurred on Paul’s first missionary journey (Acts 13-14) then the writing could have occurred sometime after completing the journey which occurred from A.D. 47-49. Therefore, the date would be at A.D. 49 or 50.
It seems that the arguments for the South Galatian Theory have a slight edge on those for the older theory, therefore, a date between A. D. 48-50 would be very reasonable.
Incoming email, Re: He's a on time God, yes he is
Praise The Lord To The Saints Of The Living God.
He's a on time God, yes he is.
But he is a Jew, which is one inwardly: and circumcision is that of the heart, in the spirit, and not in the letter; whose praise is not of men, but of God. "Romans 2:29"
The Lord has laid upon my heart once again to warn His people that He is a on time God, many of us believe that Jesus Christ will appear at anytime to catch away His bride, well my beloved that is simply not the case, and just a reminder my friends, God's approved plans is already "finish," concerning his Creation,"Isaiah 46:10" we are living it out, while in time, exactly as his approved plans were laid out from the beginning, the end is declared from the beginning with God.
So my friend you and I can add nothing to, or take away anything from, the "finish plan of our Creator" in time, and we are not robots, we have a free will, to choose between life and death, good and evil, and the foreknowledge of this ALMIGHTY GOD, knew before you and I was conceived, the choice or choices we would make while here in time. So if one is looking for an excuse, or some wiggle room, to charge God with, there is none!!!!
Yes, the first man Adam, of the earth failed, and we all came forth from his loins on death row, that is why the 2nd man, the last Adam, was made a quickening spirit "1st Corinthians 15:44-47, is the Lord from heaven, he came, to restore whosoever will, "St. John 3:13-17" back to fellowship with our Father "Psalms 100-3" which is in heaven.
God's plan concerning His beloved, "the body of Christ, the church of the living God," the bride of Christ, which was chosen in him, before the foundation of the world "Ephesians 1:4." will be fulfill in us, "that we should be holy and without blame before him in love". Without him, we can do nothing. Christ in us, the hope of glory.
My brothers and sisters, "And that knowing the time, that now it is high time to awake out of sleep: for now is our salvation nearer than when we believed "Romans 13:11". Let us be found in our rightful place, working for the Lord, the harvest is truly plenteous, but the labors are few, let us pray and compel as many as we can to come and go with us to our Father house, time is indeed, winding down.
Anthony W. Sanders Sr, do not know when Jesus shall appear in the air for "his" church, but he is relying on the unction from the Holy One of Israel which is vested in him "Acts 1:8; 1st John 2:20". Do you have "his" unction vested in you? 1st John 2:20.
I have heard it mention by some, that they are not keepers of his days, my beloved it would be wise for one to "observe" His days, I certainly don't want to be willfully ignorant of His days, after all this is "His" itinerary, do you see his fix "set" schedule which he is committed to?
Saints of the living God, I am afraid many will be found in the same predicament as those we read about in "St. Luke 19:41-44," Jesus wept over the city of Jerusalem, saying to the ones who should have known "the confessing keepers of the law doing that time", the things which belong unto thy peace, but because of having a form of godliness, and rejecting the visible God from heaven and his agenda, "St. John 1:14; 14:6" instead of receiving the kingdom, and the power, and the glory at that time, it was hid from there eyes, because they knew not the time of there visitation.
Well my friends Jesus, certainly was manifested in time, and He came on time, and he died on time, went down to hell on time preach to the captive souls on time, rose from the grave on time, he led captivity captive, ascended back to heaven on time to present his own blood to Himself on time, came back to earth on time and spent forty days with his disciples, ascended back to heaven on time, sent the Holy Ghost on The Day of Pentecost on time, "St. John 4:12-15" and the Trump of God from heaven will without doubt blow on time, now I would advise us all to get very familiar with His itinerary because God with meet "all" his appointments right on time.
We are quick to point at the leaders of that time, saying how did they miss the Messiah, well we that are living in this day are no more prepared for our Lord and Savior than they were, we love this world, and really hope that the Lord will delay his coming, so we can heap up more of this world goods upon us, you hear many saying the Lord has delayed his coming, not so! His plan concerning His coming is already declared from the beginning, the Lord is waiting for the appointed time, his counsel shall stand, and he will do "all" his pleasure right on time.
Church!!!! Do you see his days? It's all in HIM, and it's all about HIM.
Lev. 23rd Chapter, Job 24:1; Psalms 81-3
1. Jesus is the Lamb of God, the only one fit to die, our way of escape, He died on time.
2. Jesus is the Bread of life. Lord, ever more give us this bread, while we are on this journey.
3. Jesus is the Resurrection, if a man die shall he live again? He rose from the grave on time.
4. Jesus is the Light of the world, the true Light which lighted every man: He is our Jubilee.
Church Age 1st Peter 2:9-10. Leviticus 23:15-22.
5. Jesus is the Trump of God, the LORD himself shall descend from heaven: "on time for his bride"
6. Jesus is the Atonement, he was made sin for us, who knew no sin; He's coming back to earth on time.
7. Jesus is the Tabernacle which came down from heaven. for thine is the kingdom and the power, and the:
Father became a man, God became son, the Word was made flesh, He became what he was not, and remained what he was. "Isaiah 43:10; St. John 8:19"
Church!!!! do you see his itinerary? are we familiar with the Hebrew Calendar? I was born for this cause, to warn you, do not shun God's intinerary. "Genesis 1:14; Leviticus 23rd Chapter"
Anthony W Sanders
THE WAY BACK TO PENTECOST (God's hand) Deut 33:3
Acts 2:36-40; 4:11-13.
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