Bruce Warner (4 July 2011)

Dear Doves,
The month of 'Nisan' is chosen by God for many important events to occur:
It is the first-month of the Hebrew Spiritual Year.
Jesus rode into Jerusalem on a colt on the 10th of Nisan four days before His crucifixion on Passover.
Passover is on the 14th of Nisan and the day of Christ's crucifixion.
The Feast of Unleavened Bread begins on the day after Passover which is Nisan 15.
The Feast of Firstfruits is on the Sunday following Passover which is the day Jesus resurrected and ascended to the Father, and the day the Omer Count to Pentecost begins.
It was on the 24th of Nisan that the 'man dressed in linen' appeared to Daniel above the water of the Tigris River to gave Daniel the length of time that it will take to complete all these things as "a time, times and half a time". He also told Daniel that it would be exactly 1,290 days from beginning to end.
There will be a 'sackcloth' solar eclipse on Nisan 1, 2015 and a 'blood moon' lunar eclipse fourteen days later on Passover Nisan 14, 2015.
I believe that God has chosen the month of Nisan to begin the Day of the Lord and to rapture His Church.
What else has happened in the month of Nisan that I have missed?
Come Lord Jesus!
Bruce Warner