Michael Colunga (16 Aug 2011)
"Correction to: "Tuesday is equivalent to the third year...""

 
Hello, John and Doves,
 
I think I got the Jewish words Yom, with a long "o" sound and Yom with a short "o" sound confused.
 
When you say Yom with a short "o," to make an imperfect rhyme with "yop--what the kid yelled in Whoville, then that word means "shout."  What a joker, that Geisel.
 
When you say Yom with a long "o" sound, then that's the way you pronounce it to say, "Yom Teruah," or, "The Day of Blowing."
 
Baruch HaShem Yeshua [Philippians 2:10-12],
Mike C.
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Michael Colunga (13 Aug 2011)
""Tuesday" is equivalent to "the third year"...."

 
Hello, John and Doves,
 
"Tuesday" is equivalent to "the third year" of Daniel's 70th week.
Tuesday is the third day of the Jewish week.
 
Daniel's 70th week began on October 29, 2008.
[See the Five Doves home page http://www.fivedoves.com/
for posts by John Tng and others.]
 
Thus, the soon coming wedding of The Bride with The Groom--
if it is to take place on a Tuesday--must take place before
the ending of this Jewish civil year!
 
The third year--5771--ends on 28-29 September, 2011,
and the new year--5772--the fourth day, starts on 29-30 September, 2011.
 
Remember, another name for Rosh Hashanah is "The Hidden Day."
This first day of the Jewish civil new year is also known as "Yom Teruah."
 
The Jewish word, "Yom," if pronounced to rhyme with "Tom," means, "day."
 
If you pronounce "Yom" to rhyme with "Nome,"
then that word means "shout."  Really!  You could look it up!
 
Keep looking up!
 
Baruch HaShem YHWH,
Mike C.