Bruce Warner (14 Jan 2012)
"TO: Sherry Vance RE: JUBILEE YEAR"

Hi Sherry,

I respectfully disagree with you that the Jubilee Year begins in the
'seventh-month' of the Civil Year which is Tishri;

Leviticus 25:8-10
"Count off seven sabbaths of years - seven times seven years - so that
the seven sabbaths of years amount to a period of forty-nine years.
Then have the trumpet sounded everywhere on the tenth day OF THE
SEVENTH MONTH on the Day of Atonement..."  (the seventh-month of the
'SPIRITUAL YEAR' is Tishri and the first-month is Nisan - we are
working with the Spiritual Year)

The trumpet is sounded "IN THE SEVENTH-MONTH" of the  SPIRITUAL YEAR.
Tishri is the first-month of the Civil Year. That fact tells you  this
Scripture is working with the 'Spiritual Year' in which the
FIRST-MONTH IS NISAN, and the SEVENTH-MONTH IS TISHRI. .This Scripture
does NOT switch from the Civil Year to the Spiritual Year in
mid-scripture.

What sense would there be in announcing the Jubilee Year ten days
after it begins?

The trumpet is sounded on the tenth day of the seventh month of the
Spiritual Year on the Day of Atonement announcing that the next
Spiritual Year beginning on the following  first of Nisan will be the
coming Jubilee Year. Jubilee Years run concurrent with the Hebrew
Spiritual Year not the Civil Year.

YBIC, Bruce Warner