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Before we get started, I wanted to post some examples of the Hebrew/Jewish Calendar Wheels so you could see the months and seasons. Some start with the Summer first and that is when God’s 5th outer wheel is turning counterclockwise.
THIS LAST CLOCK CALENDAR WHEEL, IT SHOWS THE “MINUTE” INCREMENTS BUT I WANT YOU TO NOTICE THE “3RD & 4TH” HOURS…THAT IS WHEN THE LORD SAID THERE WOULD BE “WAILING”…ALSO, I BELIEVE OUR “MINUTES” HAVE BEEN CUT DOWN TO “40”.
Wow, talk about a time to be alive – this is it! These past 2 weeks have been exceptional – or at least part of it has.
On July 4, I feel down a flight of wet wooded deck steps and truly thought I broke my hip. I could not walk and the pain radiated like hot coals throughout my body. I could not move my left leg or really, my left hip socket forward or back, but I could walk sideways! I hit my back shoulder blades, along with the back of my head just as hard which left me not only with severe bone bruising but also a concussion. My family had to call 911 an hour or so later because I could not sit, walk or stand. So, off in the ambulance I went to the local hospital so they could do X-Rays and Cat Scans to make sure nothing was broke and to see if all my titanium rods, plates, screws and cages (already placed in my back in the latter 90’s) was still in tact; they were. After a pain shot, vomiting, tears and constant prayers, I left 2 hours later and came home. But…not before I did some ministering to all the hospital personnel who were taking care of me!! So me! I had to rest for the next 5-7 days as I was not able to bend down or walk securely without doing my Mr. Tudball imitation (Tim Conway’s character on the Carol Burnett Show). It was a much needed “time-of-rest” the Lord wanted me to take so that I did!
During the last week, He has been incredible, truly AWESOME in what He has allowed me to see, learn and share as this was the last bit of Divine Heavenly Knowledge, Understanding and Wisdom I had prayed so long for in order to fully complete my Race and cross His Banner of Love full speed as He was granting me my continual prayer request and made sure I didn’t flat out fall just prior to the finish line from those ‘ole “Jelly Legs”! I now will share with you what I know to be truth about the time we now are walking to and from.
This time does have a complete Heavenly pattern and the reason the Lord made us aware and take notice from March of 2015 on – was because March 21, Nissan 1, is the day He created “The World” – it represents Day 1 of Creation. This timeline is between March 21 and April 19, 2015 (Nissan 1 to Nissan 30)…THE FIRST DAY. Then, the 2nd Day of Creation was between April 20th to May 18th, 2015 (Lyar 1 to Lyar 29)…SECOND DAY. Going forward like this each month shows as follows:
CREATION DAY ONE (1) – March/April 2015 – 3/21 to 4/19 Gregorian; Nissan 1 to Nissan 30 or 1/1 to 1/30 Hebrew
CREATION DAY TWO (2) – April/May 2015 – 4/20 to 5/18 Gregorian; Lyar 1 to Lyar 29 or 2/1 to 2/29 Hebrew
CREATION DAY THREE (3) – May/June 2015 – 5/19 to 6/17 Gregorian; Sivan 1 to Sivan 30 or 3/1 to 3/30 Hebrew
CREATION DAY FOUR (4) – June/July 2015 – 6/18 to 6/16 Gregorian; Tammuz 1 to Tammuz 29 or 4/1 to 4/30 Hebrew
CREATION DAY FIVE (5) – July/August 2015 – 7/17 to 8/15 Gregorian; Av 1 to Av 30 or 5/1 to 5/30 Hebrew
CREATION DAY SIX (6) – August/September 2015 – 8/16 to 9/13 Gregorian; Elul 1 to Elul 30 or 6/1 to 6/30 Hebrew
Actually, the Jewish Rabbis have a particular thought/belief/view on the difference between Nissan and Tishri in regards to Creation and it is follows:
The Talmud (Rosh Hashanah 10b-11a) cites two opinions as to the date of G-d’s creation of the universe: according to Rabbi Eliezer: “The world was created in Tishrei” (i.e., the sixth day of creation–the day on which Adam and Eve were created–was the 1st of Tishrei, celebrated each year as Rosh Hashanah); according to Rabbi Joshua, “The world was created in Nissan.” As interpreted by the Kabbalists and the Chassidic masters, the deeper meaning of these two views is that the physical world was created in Tishrei, while the “thought” or idea of creation was created in the month of Nissan.
(Meaning that the “world” was created first by God in Nissan (or the thought of it) and then Creation itself was not until Tishri. I have read writings where different Rabbis believe the opposite and that the events calendared and records in the Fall months, did in fact occur 6 months prior.)
Now, we must remember that these dates/months are mirrored as they have a Fall counterpart also. For example, Nissan 1 to Nissan 30, well, it’s the FIRST MONTH of the Jewish King Calendar but it’s the SEVENTH MONTH on the Jewish Gentile Calendar, meaning they are both 1st & 7th months, along with our months (Gregorian months). To add more depth here, our months start at the beginning but the Hebrew months start near the middle, making each month 3 months as they are part of or blended in the month prior to and the month following it. Then, when you add their mirrored counterpart, you have another 3 months – so each month representing 6 different times of the year or months. What does this mean for us? Well, I will explain to the best of my knowledge below but before that, I am posting the past pattern of Nissan 1 so you can too see it’s importance as a Beginning/End time period:
Nisan (Aviv) Always has 30 days. Mazal is Toleh (ram). Tribe is Reuben.
New Moon. Numbers 10:8-10
Creation of the world. Triennial cycle and Rosh Hashanah 1:1
Beginning of the year. Exodus 12:2, Mishna: Seder Moed: Tractate Rosh HaShanah: 1:1
The latter rains begin falling in this month. Taanit 5a
Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 91. Genesis 7:24
Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 24. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuos, page 61.
The consecration of Aaron and his sons. Day 1Exodus 40:1-16, Leviticus 8:31-36, Rashi
The tabernacle – Tent of meeting is permanently set up (2449 BCE). Exodus 40:2, Numbers Rabbah 13, Zohar – Shemoth
The first time that fire fell from heaven happened when the altar was set up by Moses. Shabbath 87b
Nadab and Abihu, the sons of Aaron were killed for offering strange fire. Leviticus 10:1-2, Taanit 1
Israelites camp at Kadesh (sanctuary) in 2484 AM. This is camp 32. Study on Numbers 33, Seder Olam 9
The altar dedication offering on the first day was Nahshon son of Amminadab of the tribe of Judah. Numbers 7:12
The appointed time for the family of Arah (tribe of Judah) to bring firewood for the Temple. Nehemiah 10:34, Taanit 26a
The Lord talks to Moses, in the tent of meeting, about Pesach. Numbers 9:1-4
The mitzvah of the Red Heifer was given to the Jewish people.
Miryam’s death in the fortieth year. Seder Olam
The Children of Israel used the manna which was in their vessels. Kidushin 38a
The Children of Israel mourn for Moses for 30 days – day 24. Deuteronomy 34:8
7 Year famine end for King Jehoram. 2 Kings 8:1, Joel 1:4, Taanit 5a
Hezekiah began consecrating the temple, day 1. II Chronicles 29:17
Achashveirosh’s party of 180 days, begins. Esther 1:4, HaMeor SheBiMegila (Yeshua Gedola).
Cyrus was crowned “King of Babylonia and King of all lands”.
Plot of Bigthan and Teresh to assassinate Xerxes is discovered by Mordecai. Apocrypha; Book of Esther.
God gives Egypt to Babylon for wages. Ezekiel 29:17
Ezra begins journey from Babylon. Ezra 7:9
Ezra finishes dealing with foreign wives, in 456 BCE. Ezra 10:17
The pur was cast for the Esther’s people. Esther 3:7
Nehemiah is sad before Artaxerxes. Nehemiah 2:1
Nehemiah leaves for Jerusalem. Nehemiah 2:1-9
The sanctuary of Ezekiel’s temple is purified. Ezekiel 45:18
Next is Tishri 1 (September 14th):
Tishri (Ethanim) Always has 30 days. Mazal is Maznaim (Scales). Tribe is Dan.
1rst Moon is in Bethulah.
New Moon. Numbers 10:8-10
Yom Teruah (Rosh Hashanah). Leviticus 23:24
Beginning of the Sabbatical year. Exodus 23:11
The month of the strong – 1 Kings 8:2
The new year for Kings begins. Mishna: Seder Moed: Tractate Rosh HaShanah: 1:1
The Awesome Days / Yamim Noraim, day 1.
Period of teshuvah / repentance day 30.
Adam and Eve are created, it is the sixth day. Sanhedrin 38b
Cain and Abel and three twin sisters are born. Bereshit Rabbah 22
Noah’s birthday. 1st day of the 1st month, 1056 AM (ATB, pg.307). Genesis 8:13, Seder Olam;Radak
Noah has dry land. Noah removes the cover of the ark and dispatches the dove – 3rd time. Genesis 8:5, 8:13 Rashi
HaSatan stands before HaShem to accuse Job. Job 1:6, Targum Jerus
Avraham and Jacob were born. Rosh HaShana 10b
Sarah conceives Isaac. Yevamot 64b
Yahrzeit of Sarah Emeinu.
Rebecca and Leah are remembered. Tanhuma, Vayera
Isaac blesses Jacob after game meal. Shulchan Aruch [O.C. 583], Zohar Emor 99b
Rachel conceives Joseph. (Rosh HaShannah 10b) Yevamot 64
Pharaoh’s cup bearer and baker have dreams related to their judgement. Oznaim L’Torah, Rosh Hashanah 10a
Joseph was released from prison. Rosh Hashanah 10b-11a
Pharaoh freed the Israelites from Slavery. Rosh HaShannah 11a
Egypt afflicted with the Plague of wild beasts for seven days (Plague number 4). Exodus 8:24 Zihron Yemot Olam
Hannah conceives Samuel. Yevamot 64 1 Samuel 1:2-10
Nabal refuses to feed David’s men. Abigail did feed them. 1 Samuel 25:1-35
David is forgiven after sinning with Bathsheba. Shabbat 56a
Elisha prophesied the birth of a son to the Shunamite (Jonah the Prophet). 2 Kings 4:16, Zohar, Be-Shallah
Daniel 7:9-14 took place on this day. (seated for judgement) Joseph Good
Daniel sees a vision of judgement. Daniel 7:9-10
Zerubbabel brought the first offering on the new altar in Jerusalem in 538 BCE, Nehemiah 8:2
Daily sacrifice restored by Zerrubbabel. Zevachim 62a
Ezra begins to reads the law to the people in 444 BCE. Nehemiah 8:2
Burnt offerings begin before Ezra’s foundation. Ezra 3:6
Herod slays the children trying to kill Yeshua. Matthew 2:13-23 (see the haftorah for the second day.)
John the Baptist wants to know if Yeshua is the “expected” One, after raising widow’s son. Luke 7:11-35
Judgement of the righteous Revelation 20:4-6
The resurrection of the righteous. 1 Thessalonians 4:16-17, I Corinthians 15:51-57
Remembrance of the fathers Revelation 21:12-14
Revelation 4:1-4 took place on this day (seated for judgement) Joseph Good
Coronation of the King Revelation 11:15-18
“The day of the Lord” begins on this day. Zephaniah 1:14,16
The revelation of Yeshua took place on this day. Revelation 1:9-11
Torah section for the first day is Genesis 21:1-34, Numbers 29:1-6. Haftorah is 1 Samuel 1:1 – 2:10.
Torah section for the second day is Genesis 22:1-24, Numbers 29:1-6. Haftorah is Jeremiah 31:1-19.
(Just a tidbit here…when I research and read the 1st day on the months of Adar/Sivan (the 2 months blended with Nissan) and then Tishri with it’s blended months of Elul/Cheshvan, plus July/January Gregorian/Gentiles calendar months, along with Tammuz/Av/Elul for July and Tevet/Shevat/Adar for those months, well, you have quite a pattern that tells the story and shows how ALL the months and their specific dates lead to “one designated time” on the calendar when using these as a whole, not in part. But then, you must take July/January and see the Hebrew months that fall in the middle, then you have almost the entire calendar year falling within one or each month. For example, July is our 7th month, but it’s counterpart is January so both are a 1st/7th month; but then, Av is in the center of July which is the 5th & 11th month on the Hebrew Calendar so July now is associated with May and November. See how this works?)
This is the beginning of our time in the Wilderness or the end of it you could say, before we cross into the Promise Land, Heaven. This is where, when and how the journey begins.
Tishri is also the FIRST MONTH, but, it also represents the SEVENTH DAY as it is also the SEVENTH MONTH and as we can see above, God will start His “7th DAY OF CREATION” on Tishri 1 or our September 14 but remember too, this is “HIS DAY OF REST”. What this shows too is that Tishri 1 or September 14 is both the Beginning (DAY ONE) and the End (DAY 7) – telling us that either way you look at it, WE ARE NOT HERE!
One more little thing to tackle is the Creation Calendar dates which is calculated and kept on Enoch’s Calendar/Timeline and how or where they must play in, start and finish. Well, the Hebrew Calendar was not sanctioned until 2 weeks AFTER the Exodus and we know that God spoke His plans for Man prior to this time (Old Testament Books will give timeline). Any events or Appointed Times God brings or has brought into this time now, must be followed, manifested or played-out on Enoch’s Calendar, that being the Beginning and the End. For this very reason, I always state to you that the allowance for 10 to 14 days past our current calendar dates must be noted and clearly watched! Meaning, don’t lose hope or get discouraged, or yet, kill the messenger if high watch days pass without manifesting the EVENTS we are waiting for…they will come. The same patterns apply each time but we do not know God’s EXACT DAYS AND TIMES as man has adjusted these to his own ways and NOT Gods! So what I am trying to say is…September 22 is Tishri 9 on Gregorian/Hebrew Calendar but it’s also, Elul 29 and September 13/14 on Enoch’s or God’s Creation Calendar and since it is obviously an Appointed Time – this is the End/Beginning date and September 23rd would be the start of God’s 7th DAY OF CREATION or HIS DAY OF REST! (Remember Bride – that is not for us now as we leave before any of those events occur – I’m just showing this pattern. The Bride, truly, must be gone within the next few days, literally, as all the dates are aligned per Old Testament/New Testament so for God to continue on His pattern, we must be ready to leave even as soon as tonight – be ready at all times!)
Here is what happened on Tishri 10 so you can see why it is an important date to both God and Israel as it is the start of the TRUE JUBILEE YEAR:
Period of teshuvah / repentance day 40.
The Awesome Days / Yamim Noraim, day 10.
Avraham and his household were circumcised. Genesis 17:26-27, Meam Loez, vol II, pg 158.
Abraham places Isaac on the altar on Mt. Moriah, at Mincha time. Pirkie de-Rabbi Eliezer; Akedat Yizhak, Asarah Maamarot 3
Rebecca’s birthday. Bereshit Rabbah 57; Seder ha-Dorot 2088
Death of Jacob’s wife, Bilha. Tanhuma, Ki Tissa 10
Joseph is sold by his brothers. Jubilees 34:15
The confrontation between Jacob and Esau occurred at the hour of Ne’ila, of Yom Kippur. Zohar VaYikra, Parshat Emor
Jacob learns of Joseph’s death. “Legends of the Bible”, Ginzberg , Book of Jubilees
God is reconciled to the Israelites after the golden calf. Deuteronomy 9:18 + Exodus 34
Moses returns from his 3rd, trip up Mount Sinai with 2nd tablets (yom sheni). (30 day from Elul 1, 2449).
Seder Olam Rabbah 6; Tishrei 10:8
High priest atones for the sins of the people. Leviticus 16:1-34
Nabal dies after refusing to feed David’s men. 1 Samuel 25:36-39
Consecration festivities of Solomon’s Temple continue. Moed Katan 9a
Zechariah b. Jehoiada, High Priest and Prophet, was killed in the Temple. 2 Chronicles 24:21, Eikhah Rabbah 4:14
Ninevites repent and fast after Jonah preaches. Jonah 3:1-10
Chananyah, Mishael, and Azaryah are given power, thrown into the furnace. Dan. 2:46-49 Rashi, Midrash Yalkut Dan. 1060.2
Ezekiel measures the future Temple, in 573 BCE. Ezekiel 40:1-5
Ezekiel prophesied regarding the dry bones. Daniel 3, Midrash Yalkut, Sanhedrin 92b
People, returning from Babylon, fast. Zechariah 7:3
Israel is commanded to “deny themselves” (five kinds of fasting.) Leviticus 23:27
The shofar is sounded everywhere to announce the beginning of the Jubilee year. Leviticus 25:8-13
Pharisees question John the Baptist on why he is baptizing. John 1:24-28
Torah section is Leviticus 16:1-34, Numbers 29:7-11. Haftorah is Isaiah 57:14 – 58:14.
Torah section is Leviticus 18:1-30. Haftorah is The book of Jonah; Micah 7:18-20.
March 20, 2015 (Adar 29/Nissan 1) was Solar Eclipse was the “Start Marker” but what is even more important, is the time between this and the next Blood Red Moon on April 4, 2015 or PASSOVER – 14/15 days. See, the last Blood Red Moon “End Marker” on September 28, lands on Sukkots (Feast of Tabernacles) and it is 14/15/ days from September 13, (Elul 29/Tishri 1) Feast of Trumpets, which is when the Partial Solar Eclipse occurs. Now, what is just a tad more than coincidental, is the “surprise” Blood Moon that appeared in the night sky on July 2/3 which “experts” say was caused by the burning wildfires in Canada. Really? So, tell me why was that 14/15 days prior to July 17/18 or Av 1/2, or this coming weekend? See, I believe for one it’s the time Jesus takes His “First-fruits” or the “First Call” and it’s the time for the Judgment due the nations for their sins against God and His Word. This occurs just prior to the start of God’s Tribulation time which I believe, begins the evening of the evening of July 25, 2015. I believe the First Call goes this weekend or early week, just before the Judgment begins, leaving the sleeping Church here to receive a little shaking to make them realize why they missed that First Call and the week starting July 19, the rest of the Bride and “watching” Church with the Jews, are both brought in as that will be the same week God’s Big Earthquake will be called down upon the earth, causing the Wall that was dividing and keeping both those groups from God will fall, thereby then allowing all the scales to be removed. Then on or around July 26/27 (which is Enoch’s Av 1 & Av 2), the 40 day Harvest will begin as they Bride will have received their Gifts, Teaching and Training during that prior week of July 19 and now will be ready to proceed out to walk the steps of our Lord Jesus, but also too follow in the steps of His Disciples after His Death when they received His Holy Spirit at Pentecost. This will be the time too, that the 2 Witnesses God has appointed will be known to the world…Enoch and Elijah.
September 28 through October 3, 2015 or 15 Tishri to 20 Tishri is the time of Sukkots or the Feast of Tabernacles. Here is the Hebrew definition of that Feast:
The festival of Sukkot, commemorating G-d’s enveloping protection of the Children of Israel during their 40-year journey through the desert (1313-1273 BCE), is celebrated for seven days, beginning from the eve of Tishrei 15. During this time, we are commanded to “dwell” in a sukkah — a hut of temporary construction, with a roof covering of raw, unfinished vegetable matter (branches, reeds, bamboo, etc.) — signifying the temporality and fragily of human habitation and man-made shelter and our utter dependence upon G-d’s protection and providence. “How [does one fulfill] the mitzvah of dwelling in the sukkah? One should eat, drink, and live in the sukkah, both day and night, as one lives in one’s house on the other days of the year: for seven days a person should make his home his temporary dwelling, and his sukkah his permanent dwelling” (Code of Jewish Law, Orach Chaim 639:1).
According to Kabbalistic tradition, we are visited in the sukkah by seven supernalushpizin (“guests”) — Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, Aaron, Joseph and David. On each of the seven days of the festival, another of the seven ushpizin (in the above order) leads the group.
(The sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn (1880-1950) spoke of seven “chassidic ushpizin” as well: the Baal Shem Tov, the Maggid (Rabbi DovBer of Mezeritch), and the first five rebbes of Chabad: Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi, Rabbi DovBer of Lubavitch, Rabbi Menachem Mendel (the “Tzemach Tzeddek”), Rabbi Shmuel, and Rabbi Sholom DovBer. The Lubavitcher Rebbe would speak each night of Sukkot on the special characteristics of both the biblical and the chassidic ushpizin of the day and their connection to each other and their specific day of the festival.)
The “Four Kinds”
“And you shall take for yourself on the first day,” instructs the Torah in Leviticus “the splendid fruit of a tree, fronds of dates, the branch of the thick-leafed tree and aravot of the river.” Torah SheBaal Peh (the oral tradition given to Moses at Sinai and handed through the generations, and later documented in the Mishnah and Talmud) identifies the four kinds as the etrog (citron), lulav (unopened palm branch), hadass (myrtle twig, of which three are taken) and aravah (willow, two twigs). The palm branch, three myrtle twigs and two willow twigs are bound together (with rings made from palm leaves).
Each day of Sukkot — except Shabbat — we take the lulav in hand, recite a blessing over it, take hold of the etrog, hold the “Four Kinds” together, and move them back and forth in all directions (right, left, forward, up, down and back). An additional blessing, shehecheyanu, is recited the first time that the Four Kinds are taken during the festival. We also hold the Four Kinds during the Hallel prayer (moving them as above in specified places in the text) and the Hoshaanot prayers (during which we march around the reading table in the synagogue) which are included in the daily service each day of Sukkot.
When the Holy Temple stood in Jerusalem, one of the special Sukkot observances was to pour water on the Altar. The drawing of water for this purpose was preceded by all-night celebrations in the Temple courtyard; on the 15 steps leading to the azarah (inner courtyard) stood Levites while playing a variety of musical instruments, sages danced and juggled burning torches, and huge oil-burning lamps illuminated the entire city. The singing and dancing went on until daybreak, when a procession would make its way to the Shiloach Spring which flowed in a valley below the Temple to “draw water with joy.” “One who did not see the joy of the water-drawing celebrations,” declared the sages of the Talmud, “has not seen joy in his life.”
While water was poured each day of the fetival, the special celebrations were held only on Chol Hamoed since many of the elements of the celebration (e.g., the playing of musical instruments) are forbidden on Yom Tov.
Today, we commemorate these joyous celebrations by holding Simchat Beit HaShoeivah (“joy of the water drawing”) events in the streets, with music and dancing. The Lubavitcher Rebbe initiated the custom of holding such celebrations on Shabbat and Yom Tov as well — without musical instruments of course. The fact that we cannot celebrate as we did in the Temple, said the Rebbe, means that we are free to celebrate the joy of Sukkot with singing and dancing every day of the festival.
The Big Sukkah
Jewish life is a calendar of objects: the shofar sounded on Rosh Hashanah, the sukkah constructed for Sukkot, the oil or candles lit on Chanukah evenings, the matzaheaten on Passover, and so on and on.
Objects need to be a certain size. A 3-inch chair is not a chair (you can’t sit on it), nor is a 30-foot chair. That’s why Halachah (the code of law that defines the Jewish way of life) is full of specifications — the minimum quantity of matzah to be eaten on Passover, the maximum height of the Chanukah menorah. For a thing to be the thing it is, it cannot be too small, and it cannot be too big.
The sukkah is defined as a “temporary dwelling” which, for the duration of the seven-day festival of Sukkot, becomes the home of the Jew. The sukkah therefore has a minimum height — under ten tefachim (about 40 inches) it’s not a “dwelling” but a crawl space. It cannot be too high either — if its ceiling is more than 20 amot (about 30 feet) above its floor, the sukkah is too massive to be considered a temporary dwelling. Torah law also specifies the sukkah’s minimum length and width, its minimum number of walls, the maximum of space allowed for gaps in the walls, under the walls and above the walls. And on it goes — certain portions of the Talmudic tractate of Sukkah and the corresponding chapters of the Code of Jewish Law read more like a builder’s manual than a religious text.
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The thing is, The Bride of Christ, is ready for their “permanent” tent or their “Forever Tabernacle” with God so therefore, that is what they receive first as The Bride has already experienced Passover where they accepted the Lamb of God’s Blood, Christ’s sacrifice on the Cross. They too have celebrated Pentecost as they received God’s Holy Spirit when they accepted the Lord Jesus unto themselves so unlike the other groups who have NOT done this or who have NOT celebrated these 2 Feasts of the Lord, they get to “Pass Go” so-to-speak where they go straight up to have eternal living or permanent dwelling (Tabernacle) with the Lord Jesus and God the Father. (I believe we will all again celebrate Pentecost in Heaven when we receive our “Gifts” and transformed bodies.) It is not until those that remain have also celebrated these 2 Feast of the Lord (on earth) that they too will be allowed their permanent residence in Heaven. In order to reach The Promise Land, they must “Passover Death” by placing the “Lamb’s Blood” over their “Doorpost” (accepting the Blood of Jesus and His Pure Sacrifice on the Cross as the Son of God) and then they must receive “God’s Word” or “His Spirit” in order to live where He does as they must have a Pure Heart, a Godly Spirit, removing themselves from their current earthly wants and nature of the Earth before being received in Heaven, God’s Eternal Home and Garden as it is said that we reside in the Garden of God’s Heart. Meaning…they have to change and be free of the enemies chains to earthly desires and idols as we did.
Now, September 23 or Tishri 10 on Enoch’s Calendar does not occur until October 2/3 (Enoch’s Tishri 10 also) which I believe finalizes the time of Man on the Earth as we no longer will have “temporary dwelling” or tents here on Earth as it will know be in our permanent Home in Heaven no longer needing to celebrate this feast on Earth. This may too be the time He brings down New Jerusalem, who is adorned as “A Bride” for Her Groom. October 3/Enoch’s Tishri 10 is again, Yom HaKippurim, a period of teshuvah / repentance day the 40th day; and Day 10 of The Awesome Days / Yamim Noraim. But again, to complete God’s Appointed Times which are on Enoch’s Timeline, the days may continue to October 7/8, which is also Enoch’s Tishri 14/15. Below is a list of patterned events that occurred on Tishri 11 thru Tishri 15 as Tishri 10 is already listed above:
Work on the Tent of Meeting is begun. First judicial session is held. Seder Olam 6, Midrash cited by Rashi on Exodus 35:1
Moshe judged the people and Yitro advised him to get some help. Mechilta (from Ramban’s torah comments to Ex.17:14)
Moses appeals for contributions of material and metal for the Tabernacle. Exodus 31:18, Rashi
Work on our succah begins. Traditional
John the Baptist first says, “Behold the Lamb of God”. John 1:29-34
HaShem visits Avraham following his circumcision. Genesis 17:26-27, Meam Loez, vol II, pg 158.
Israelites continue to bring materials for the Tabernacle. Exodus 35:21, Exodus Rabbah 5
John the Baptist says, a second time, “Behold the Lamb of God”. John 1:35-42
Yeshua has Andrew and Peter start following Him. John 1:35-42
Avraham was unable to find ten righteous people in whose merit S’dom could be saved, S’dom, Amora, Admah, and Tzvoyim
were totally destroyed by HaShem. Genesis 18:20ff
Israelites continue to bring materials for the Tabernacle. Exodus 35:21, Exodus Rabbah 5
Yeshua calls Phillip and Nathaniel. Yeshua sees Nathaniel under the fig tree. John 1:43-51
The artisans collected, assorted and organized mishkan contributions. Gaon of Vilna
Dedication ceremony of Solomon’s Temple was completed. 2 Chronicles 7:9
Hag HaSuccoth , Sabbath, First day. (15th to 22nd).Leviticus 23:34
Hag HaAsif (Feast of Ingathering) Exodus 23:16
A burnt offering of thirteen young bulls, two rams and fourteen male lambs a year old, all without defect. Numbers 29:13
Eliezer, Abraham’s servant, left to find Isaac a wife. ZYO
Death of Jacob. Seder ha-Dorot 2255
Esau is killed and buried. Sotah 13a
All males to appear before the Lord in Jerusalem. Deuteronomy 16:16
Read the Law on Succoth in Sabbatical year. Deuteronomy 31:9-13
Construction of the Tabernacle is begun. The clouds of glory reappear. Rabbi Shlomo Riskin
Ritual of the libation is performed. day 1. Sukkah 42b
Joshua read the Law for the people. Joshua 8:34-35
The ark of the covenant is brought into the holy of Holies. II Chronicles 5:2-3
Solomon dedicates temple II Chronicles 5:3 – 7:9, 1 Kings 8:65
Heavenly Temple is filled with the glory of God. See II Chr.5. Revelation 15:8
Jonah builds a shelter and God grows a plant to protect him. Jonah 4:5-6
Ezra Read the Law for the people. Nehemiah 8:1-18
Yeshua is born. Luke 1:26
Peter identifies Yeshua as “the Messiah of God”. Luke 9:18-28
No rain, during millennium, for non-observance. Ezekiel 14:16-17, Zechariah 14:16-19
Torah section is Leviticus 22:26 – 23:34; Numbers 29:12-16. Haftorah is Zechariah 14:1-21.
These dates and patterns are from Betemunah.org at the following link: Betemunah.Org Feasts/Patterns/Days. I only showed just a glimpse but I would advise everyone to click on the above link and read these patterns as they will be repeated again.
My thoughts from what I have learned is that God can and may complete this time in 3 1/2 weeks as all the days are here starting with the 17th/18th of July or Av 1/2. July is considered a 7th and 1st month and it just happens that all line up perfectly up to and including August 15, Av 30. We will see as it is His Time and He has these dates and times so perfectly arranged, it really doesn’t matter when it finishes. He has already cut it down to days/weeks or months, not years so considering what the world has been taught, what is a few months? We should be yelling from the housetops God’s Great Glory and Mercy! We are gone before anything “major” occurs so whenever He calls us Home is okie-dokie with me!
I do believe however, He is going to do something quite unbelievable and I do believe He is going to do something NEW – something that has never been done before! I would not be surprised if He completes this in just 7 days, 2 weeks & 4 days, or 3 weeks, really! This is not going to happen as everyone thinks and has been taught. Even if He continues this to 2 month and 10 days or 3 months, that’s okay too because I know HE HAS ME AND HE HAS YOU! I have so much more to say…so much more but I will post the last 3 videos so you can watch my excitement and hopefully, join in! No fear and do not doubt your standing in the Lord or His Love for you, for us…HE HAS THIS COVERED!
I’ll try to post again tomorrow, if we are here…you never know??? Much love, blessings and thank you’s to all my wonderful friends…SEE YOU SOON!