Elliot Hong (30 Aug 2015)
"The Full Moon of Elul?"

Dear Doves:
As I wrote in my previous letter, Elul was the month when Moses went up to
God to receive the Second Tablets.
Also Elul is known as the month for Song of Songs 6:3.
And God uses Full Moon as a very important sign.
The feasts of Purim, Passover and Tabernacle begin from a Full Moon.
Full Moon is a symbol of the Bride who is fully filled with the Holy Spirit.
Full Moon represents Harvest and Birth as well.
The 8.8 Concepcion earthquake occurred on the Full Moon of Purim.
It's 5 years from the Concepcion to Purim this year, and 5 means Grace.
And this coming Full Moon of Elul is the 7th Full Moon from Purim this year.
On March 3 when Purim already started in Israel, Netanyahu addressed before
a joint session of US Congress appealing not to make a nuclear deal with Iran.
Yet Obama ignored, and signed the deal on July 14.
The 7th Full moon from last Purim is the day of the 11th anniversary of Katrina.
And we all know well about the spiritual background why Katrina occurred.
11 means Judgment.
Tim won the game in 11 seconds of Sudden Death by throwing 80 yards to 88.
According to the Midrash, it was Yom-Kippur when Moses came down with the
Second Tablets, and Yom-Kippur is the feast that Israel shall be forgiven forever
as it's written in Daniel 9:24.
Thus the principle of the Second Tablets could be applied for the Gentile Bride first,
then for Israel 7 years later.
For these reasons, it's very possible that the Full Moon of Elul could be the God's
Appointed Time for the Blessed Hope.
If not, keep watching.
No one knows the day or the hour, but we all know it's very close.
Thanks to Gino for a response.