Michael Colunga (27 April 2011)
"RE:  Jennie--"Question For All Doves""

Hello, John and Doves,
It is written,
    "And thou shalt observe the feast of weeks, of the firstfruits of wheat harvest, and the feast of ingathering at the year's end."  Exodus 34:22
Shavuot, or the Feast of Weeks, or Pentecost [Greek for "holiday of 50 days"] (Sivan 6/June 8, 5771/2011) is the beginning of the wheat harvest, for it is the latter Feast of Firstfruits.
The end of the wheat harvest is celebrated on Yom Teruah [Hebrew:  Day of Blowing/Shouting], or Rosh Hashanah [Hebrew:  Head of the Year], or the Jewish Civil New Year.  Because Rosh Hashanah coincides with the Rosh Chodesh [Head of the Month] of Tishrei, this holiday is on a new moon.  Rosh Hashanah 2011 will be on 29 and 30 September, 2011, or 1 and 2 Tishrei, 5772.
These two days together are traditionally referred to as "the long day."  Thus, the actual start of the new year is also known as "the hidden day," since it is hidden in the two.
Since the beginning of the month is to be determined by observation in real-time, we see Jesus' words in a new light.  Back in the day, there was no NASA, and no computers to come up with the Tetrads of lunar eclipses.  As such, Jesus told his disciples,
    "'But 1161 of 4012 that 1565 day 2250 and 2532 [that] hour 5610 knoweth 1492 no man 3762, no, not 3761 the angels 32 which 3588 are in 1722 heaven 3772, neither 3761 the Son 5207, but 1508 the Father 3962.'"
                                                                                                                        Mark 13:32
In HaShem [The Name],
Mike C.
Jennie (26 April  2011)
"Question For All Doves???"

The Lord showed me a vision a couple of years ago, and in my vision I was holding a PILE OF WHEAT in my hand.  I looked down at it and I was sooo excited and started yelling to everyone, "  The Rapture is at hand!!"  So, my question is,  when is the Wheat Harvest according to the Jewish calendar??   Thanks  YSIC  Jennie
P.S.    Don't anyone give up on watching,  one of these days, someone will be correct, but by then no one will care.  We are commanded to WATCH, so lets continue to do as the Lord has instructed us to do?