Michael Colunga (9 July 2011)
"Time is heliacal, according to the Jewish sages of old."

 
Hello, John and Doves,
 
Time is helical, according to the Jewish sages of old.
 
On June 11, 2011, our dear sister Dayana Torchia shared that she prays Psalm 91 day and night.
 
If Psalm 91 especially applies to this year, 2011, then 20 Psalms after Psalm 111--namely Psalm 131--also applies to this year, 2011.
 
Keeping in mind what the Bible has said thus far, we recall a few verses from Psalm 33 and Psalm 34.
 
    "What joy for the nation whose God is the LORD, whose people He has chosen for His inheritance."  Psalm 33:10 NLT
            [Sorry to say, this no longer applies to the USA.]
 
    "For the Angel of the LORD is a guard; he surrounds and defends all who fear him.
Taste and see that the LORD is good.  Oh, the joys of those who taake refuge in Him!"  Psalm 34:7-8  NLT
 
    "The eyes of the LORD watch over those who do right; his ears are open to their cries for help."  Psalm 34:15  NLT
 
    "The righteous person faces many troubles, but the LORD comes to the rescue each time."  Psalm 34:18  NLT
 
Now look at Psalm 131:
    "LORD, my heart is not proud;
        my eyes are not haughty.
    "I don't concern myself with matters too great
        or too awesome for me to grasp.
    "Instead, I have calmed and quieted myself,
        like a weaned child who no longer cries for its mother's milk
        Yes, like a weaned child is my soul within me.
    "O Israel, put your hope in the LORD--
        now and always."  Psalm 131  NLT
 
Baruch HaShem ADONAI,
Mike C.