Jean Stepnoski (17 Dec 2010)
"For Mariel Rowina: May He in His Mercy Come"


 
Dear Rowina and Doves,
       Thank you for your questions. I will attempt to help you and us with some answers and interpretations. The date of 12-16 is Tevet 9. Tevet 10, by the Scriptural reckoning of a day, begins for Israel and elsewhere when they reach sundown on 12-16. So Tevet 10 is reckoned from sundown to sundown. It is the day portion of Tevet 10 when some fast from sunrise to sundown.
      Concerning the 3:22, I have looked to all the Gospels for Chapter 3 and verse 22.  As you know the month of Tevet is month 10 according to a Scriptural year and month 3 according to a civil year reckoning. In John, and Matthew, and Mark there is no 3:22. There is the story in Luke 3:22 about the descent of the Holy Spirit "upon Him like a dove." In John 10:22 is the very beginning of the story about The Master in Jerusalem for the last Hanukkah of His life. The date of 12-29 is Tevet 22. John 28/29 is about harpazo.
      When we look to the Gospel of John 10: 9 and 10 are the following. "Yes, I am the gate. Those who come in through me will be saved. They will come and go freely and find good pastures. Verse 10 is as follows. "The thief's purpose is to steal and kill and destroy. My purpose is to give them a rich and satisfactory life." Do these link to Tevet, month 10, and days 9 and 10? I do not know. Verse 11 states "I am the good shepherd." Another 3:22 is from The Book of Revelation. This is a fascinating link. "Anyone with ears must listen to the Spirit and understand what he is saying to the assemblies." With  Chapter 4:1, the door has just been opened in the heavens. The message you have received, Rowina, may well be linked to the conclusion of the 7 letters and a very short wait, in space and time for us,  until The Blessed Hope! I hope to see you and all our beloved Doves very soon indeed!
 
With Love and Shalom,
Jean