Jean Stepnoski (31 July 2016)
"Significance of 8-4-2015: 10 Reasons"

   The date of 8-4-2016, according to the Torah Calendar, will be significant for multiple reasons.
1. Av 30 and the month of Av end at sunsets. A last day.
2. Elul 1 and the month of Elul begin at sunsets. A first day.
3.The Rosh Chodesh: the dark, new, veiled moon begins at sunsets.
4. The moon is a symbol of the bride of Messiah, of Christ.
5. "David's seat is empty" at the Rosh Chodesh.
6. Day 55 since the events at Orlando, Florida on 6-11 to 12.
7. According to Hebrew gamatria, the bride number is 55.
8. Day 40 since Gay Marriage Anniversary 1 for the USA on 6-26. A sign of Jonah is 40 days. To repent.
    What is divinely acceptable marriage? Who is the bride of Messiah, of Christ?
9. The shofar (ram's horn) is blown each day of Elul, other than Elul 29. The sound of the trumpet is the third
    of the sounds associated with the resurrection in Christ, according to Paul.
10. The season of the new wine for Israel.
   What does 8-4 mean on the Hillel Calendar in 2016? It is the last day of Tammuz, Tammuz 29. So it is
a double last day on both Torah and Hillel Calendars. On each, it is the Rosh Chodesh.
  The grape harvest began symbolically for Israel on Av 15. That was 7-19 to 20, 15 days earlier, according to the Torah Calendar. It is the time of early grapes and the new wine for Israel. Christ promised to drink the wine new with you in the Kingdom. That implies early, not vintage wine. This is the season of the new wine!
   At the midnight hour of 8-4-2016, will Israel and the rest of the world hear the shout of Christ coming for His bride, and the voice of the Archangel, and the trump (shofar) of God? Tammuz 29 would be "a time you think not" for Israel. Come quickly. Lord...
With Love and Shalom,