According to John chapter 7, in the last, that great day of the feast(Sukkot),
Jesus stood and cried,
saying "if any man thirst, let him come unto me, and drink. He that
believeth on me, as the Scripture
hath said, out of his belly shall flow rivers of living water."
But most people rejected Jesus, went home, and Jesus went unto the mount of
Then the chapter 8 described that Jesus came again into the temple to teach in
the early morning of
the next day.
Contextually, the verse 1 of the chapter 8 "Jesus went unto the mount of
Olives" should belong to the
chapter 7. Another word, 8:1 should be 7:54 or combined with 7:53. I believe
that the Author(the Holy
Spirit) purposely used a bad context to emphasize the 8th day, Shemini Atzeret.
The 8th day of the
Tabernacle is for the Holy Assembly that the king shares intimate fellowship
with the faithful(loyal)
followers, and the garden of Gethemane was the place where Jesus shared intimate
Now, we can find the amazing pattern in Psalm 110 and 111. According to Murray
the Holy Spirit spoke to him "a gathering together in Psalm 111:1."
And as Harvey pointed out, there are
only 7 verses in Psalm 110, and 111:1 has a hidden meaning of "8".
Again, I believe the Author purposely
wrote this way to give us a clue.
By the Jewish religious calendar, the new year of 2011 just has begun, and it
seems that on the 8th day of
the new year, the priests(Brides) in the order of Melchizedek, the true
followers of the King, will be gathered
together at the Throne of God The Father for the Holy Assembly.
Here is another astonishing finding.
There were 12 disciples who followed Jesus closely, and as Judas betrayed, they
became 11, then later Matthias
was replaced. Calvin wrote 11 represents Confusion, Disorder, Chaos, Judgment
while 12 represents Order,
Ruling, Kingdom, New Jerusalem.
Amazingly, Nisan 7 is April 11(Monday) and Nisan 8 is April
12(Tuesday-Traditional Jewish Wedding Day).
Therefore, it is very possible that the Judgment comes to US that betrayed her
God on 4/11, and the Chaos
Lisaleenie reminded us about the Charity's another vision that she saw the pages
of a calendar torn off but never
past the 11th of the month. And Victory Chanter pointed out that 11 people were
killed by the Gulf Explosion
last year, and I confirmed it through Google.
So, there is a good possibility that the three visions of Charity
"5,6,7,Jesus!" "Calendar" "Explosion in Gulf &
Earthquake in New Madrid" could come true altogether at the same time.
It's absolutely amazing, and it seems that at last the time has come.
Fasten your seat belt and be ready to fly!
See you soon,
P.S: Some Jewish communities celebrate Shemini Atzeret and Simhat Torah on the
8th day of the Tabernacle
while some others celebrate Simhat Torah on the 9th day. Simhat Torah
is a holiday dedicated to the
Torah. The last chapter in Deuteronomy is chanted, and the first
chapter in Genesis is read. Thus the
cycle of Torah reading continues and the circle of the Torah is eternal,
without beginning or end. On this
festive occasion, all the Torah scrolls are taken out of the Ark and
carried lovingly around the synagogue
in a procession known as hakafot. Children follow the grown-ups, gaily
carrying their flags on high.
When the synagogue has been circled, singing and dancing with the Torah
takes place. Seven times the
procession makes its round.