Nicole (20 June 2011)
"Jewish Calendar and
My Meeting Jesus"
I wanted to look back on my encounters with Jesus
Christ relating to my own salvation experience and see if it
meant anything on the Jewish Calendar.
I got a new job on 7/3/1998 and met Jesus for the first time on
7/12/1998. I saw Him as a huge being of
light. He had diamonds and jewels sparkling in His
gown, His head was turned away from me but His robe was long and
swayed in the wind so beautifully. He had enormous
wings that seemed like they could wrap themselves around
me. I was in a place of extreme darkness in my
vision and there was a huge wooden carved door that no man could
open, yet this being (I knew it was Jesus) opened it so
easily. All the people in this dark room in hell
fell to their face automatically to worship Him even in the
midst of the torment. Yesterday I found this
testimony of a woman who actually was in hell and LOOK at the
door in the photo. It is the SAME DOOR I saw Jesus open
So anyways I looked on the www.chabad.org calendar and realized
that Jesus came and met me and got me out of hell on the Feast
of Tammuz 1998.
He was telling me that like the Jews, I must fast and repent of
my gross sins since I was living in darkness and if I died, I
would go to hell.
As an American Christian, I believed the lie of the devil that
once you convert that you always have your
salvation. After a year of living a holy life upon
meeting Jesus, I fell back into gross, gross sins.
Then Jesus had to visit me yet again as a roaring lion with eyes
of fire on 11/26/2004 which was Kislev 13 the date that the
Talmud was completed. Does it mean that I must
repent because the end of days were completing?
Jesus always has a confirmation of your visits with Him and
dreams and visions in other ways. You can backtrack
the dates and see the significance of them.
I will tell all of you this, the year of 1998 after meeting
Jesus for the first time and turning from my sin was the most
blissful, happiest, joyous time I HAVE EVER FELT IN MY
LIFE. No amount of alcohol, money, beauty, or
whatever I was seeking compared to the feeling I
had. Even though I went back into sin and repented
and now am living a life of a watcher and working hard to live
holy........it is a BIG MISTAKE to go back into sin once you
meet Jesus. While you may be forgiven, there is a
grief that is always lingering in the back of your heart and the
bliss that was once there, well it comes in momentarily during
worship but is not the same. Please, if you are
saved and born again, do not fall back into sin because not only
will you go on the road to hell, if you are able to ever get
back to Jesus the road is very rocky and painful.
Most days I feel very convicted and in grief. Yes I
know I am truly born again now, but I had walked away from my
first love like Jesus warned to the churches in the Book of
Revelation. I feel as though I must make up for
turning my back on Jesus after knowing Him and I wish I would
have known then what I know now.