Lauren (4 June 2017)



The Rabbinic Jewish observance of Shavuot aka Feast of Weeks or better known as Pentecost in Christian circles fell this past Sunday May 31, 2017.

However in God’s calendar based on His command written in Exodus 19:1 and witnessed in the book of Enoch, Jubilees and in the Dead Sea Scrolls, Shavuot falls on the 15th day of the third month or on June 6, 2017.

“In the same day of the third month that the children of Israel left Egypt, they came into the wilderness of Sinai” (Exodus 19:1)

June 6, 2017 has enormous significance because it is the final or “70th Shavuot of Daniel 9:24-27 falling within the final 70th year of the Jubilee that counts out on March 21, 2018.

It will be in this final year that the reunion of all 12 tribes and the “strangers joined to them” come back into the land sometime between June 6, 2017 and December 24, 2017.

The “great resurrection” of the saints occurs sometime between December 24, 2017 and March 21, 2018 when “the LORD and all the saints come with Him on a day that light shall not be clear nor dark, but it shall be one day known to the LORD only.” (Zechariah 14:5-7)

Redemption texts: Psalm 91:9-13, Isaiah 11:10-16, Isaiah 14:1-2, Jeremiah 30:3,  Ezekiel 34:11-16, Matthew 24:29-31 and the “great resurrection texts: Isaiah 26:19, Ezekiel 37:12-14, Daniel 12:2 and Zechariah 14:5-7

This will be the restitution that fulfills God’s promise to David that “one from his seed will establish and rule upon His everlasting throne” Psalm 89:3-4 and Psalm 132:10-12.

As a result interest in that day and timing of the fulfillment of the “seventy Shavuot in seventy years” prophecy of Daniel 9:24-27 has risen to unprecedented anticipation because of the yet six unfulfilled “messianic requirements” the Messiah out of Bethlehem must accomplish when he stands before his brothers “in the strength and majesty of the Name of his God” fulfilling Micah 5:2-5.

Today, many haven’t connected the festival of the LORD, that first Shavuot at Mt. Sinai as symbolically commemorating the marriage between God and His people, all 12 tribes and the strangers joined to them at the mountain as the bride. Mt. Sinai is viewed as an enormous wedding canopy with the two tablets Moses brought down representing the marriage contract.

That festival celebrates the giving of the Torah on the first “day of the LORD” when God came down and the twelve tribes gathered at the foot of Mount Sinai heard His voice speaking His commandments written on stone tablets

On that first Shavuot a heavenly trumpet was heard at the mountain. “19 And when the voice of the trumpet sounded long, and waxed louder and louder, Moses spoke, and God answered him by a voice” (Exodus 19:19).

That trumpet was sounded not by angel or man but by God’s own voice when He came down sounding as a trumpet long and loud that filled the people with awe and terror while the mountain quaked and the fire of God’s glory descended as He gave His Commandments.

We are in the 70th year, and before the coming second “day of the LORD”, the sun will be turned into darkness and the moon into blood.

Keep listening for the trumpets and REPENT because the Kingdom of God and the authority of His Messiah is at hand.