Steve K (22 Mar 2015)
"Daniel 12:4 and the Unsealing of the 2015 - 2022 Timeline - Part 4"


 

The following compilation is attributed to :


(1) "The Equation" - (Malcolm Isted) @theequation.com.za


(2) "Online Bible Study : Feasts of the Lord" - (Jason Hommel)

@bibleprophecy.org/feasts1.htm .... and .... bibleprophecy.org/feasts6.htm


(3) 'Rosh Hashanah - The season of Teshuvah" - (Eddie Chumney)

@bibleprophecy.org/trumpets.htm


                            The Pentacodes and Rosh Hashanah/Feast of Trumpets :


According to the pentacodes in Malcolm Isted's book, "The Equation", the appointed time of the Rapture

of the Church appears to be Rosh Hashanah 5776, day#1 of the two-day Feast of Trumpets.


The Feast of Trumpets is the ONLY Festival that no man knows the day or hour in which it begins (Matt. 24:36).

Unlike other Feast days that are celebrated in the Diaspora (the dispersion, referring to Jews live outside of the

land of Israel), the Feast of Trumpets (Rosh Hashanah) is celebrated for two days because of uncertainty about

observing it on the correct calendar date ...... (since it depended on when the new moon was sighted).


The problem of Rosh Hashanah is heightened by the fact that it falls on Rosh Chodesh, the new moon

itself.

Therefore, even in Jerusalem, it would have been difficult to let everyone know in time that the New Year had

begun. To solve this problem a two-day Rosh Hashanah was practiced even in Israel.

Creating a two-day Rosh Hashanah was also intended to strengthen observance of each day; in the rabbinic view, the two days are regarded as a yoma arikhta, one long day.


In Leviticus 23:2, it is written .... "the feasts of the Lord, which you shall proclaim to be holy convocations, these

are My Feasts."

The Hebrew term translated as convocation in Lev. 23:2,4 is 'miqra', which means "a rehearsal". God gave the

Festivals to be yearly "rehearsals" of future events in redemption.

Because God gave the rehearsals to teach  us about  the major events in redemption, if we want to understand those events, then we need to understand what God is teaching us by these rehearsals.


There are two important Hebrew words that appear in Leviticus chapter 23, and each word is translated as 'feast'

in English.

In verse 2, the word for feast is the Hebrew word 'mo'ed' ...."Speak unto the children of Israel, and say unto them concerning the feasts (mo'ed) of the Lord ..."

The word "mo'ed' means an appointment, a fixed time or season, a cycle or year, an assembly, an appointed time, a set or exact time.

By understanding the Hebrew meaning of the English word 'feast' we can see that God is telling us that He is ordaining a "set time or exact time, or appointed time' when He has an appointment with humanity to fulfill certain events

in the redemption.

Jesus came to earth at the exact time ordained by God as Paul wrote in Gal 4:4, and God has an exact time or set appointment when, in the future, He will judge the world (Acts 17:31).


There are four important aspects to remember when dealing with each of the seven Great Festivals of the Lord :


(1) All of the Festivals teach about the Messiah, Jesus.

(2) All of the Festivals are agricultural in context.

(3) All of the Festivals teach about your personal relationship with God  and

how you are to walk with Him as you grow in the knowledge of Him.

(4) All of the Festivals are, at the same time, BOTH historical and prophetic.


                               Historical Application of the Feasts :


(1) Passover - Israel's deliverance out of Egyptian bondage.

(2) Unleavened Bread - The going out of Egypt.

(3) First Fruits -Crossing of the Red Sea.

(4) Pentecost - giving of the Commandments at Mount Sinai.

(5) Rosh Hashanah (Feast of Trumpets) - Blowing of the 'Shofar' (trumpet), Jewish New Year.

(6) Day of Atonement - Priest entered the Holy of Holies, cleansing of the people's sins.

(78) Tabernacles - Entering the Promised Land/Great Rejoicing.


                                         Messianic (Prophetic) Application of the Feasts :


(1) Passover - Death of Christ on the Cross.

(2) Unleavened Bread - The burial of Jesus.

(3) First Fruits - The resurrection of Christ.

(4) Pentecost - Pouring out of the Holy Spirit (Acts 2).

(5) Rosh Hashanah (Feast of Trumpets) - The resurrection of the dead/Rapture of believers.

(6) Day of Atonement - The Day of Christ's Second Coming.

(7) Tabernacles - The Messianic Era/Millennium.


Since the first four feasts have already seen their fulfillments, the Feast of Trumpets is next to

be fulfilled in the Lord's prophetical plan of redemption!


The Fall Festival season begins with a 40-day period called in Hebrew, 'Teshuvah', which means

"to repent or return."

This 40-day period begins in the sixth month of the religious (sacred) Calendar, and concludes on 

the tenth day of the seventh month, which is Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement.


Each morning in the synagogue following the morning prayers, a trumpet (shofar) is blown (except

on Sabbaths and on the day preceding Rosh Hashanah/Feast of Trumpets.

The Biblical name for Rosh Hashanah is Yom Teruah, which means the day of the awakening blast......

We call it the Feast of Trumpets.


God gave us this day to teach us about the resurrection of the dead, the coronation of the Messiah,

and more. This day is both the Jewish New Year and the beginning of a period of soul searching known

as the High Holy Days, culminating on Yom Kippur.

Therefore, the last 10 days of the 40-day period of Teshuvah or repentance, is also called the "High Holy

Days."


The first and second days of the 10 High Holy Days (Tishrei 1-10) are collectively known as one day. ......

(Neh. 8:12,13).

The seven day period from Tishrei 3 through Tishrei 9 is called the "Days of Awe" or the "Awesome Days."

God gave us these special days on His calendar to teach us about the future Tribulation period on earth.


These seven days will correspond to the seven years of the Tribulation, known in Hebrew as "birthpains

of the Messiah".

Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, is observed on the tenth day of the seventh month (Lev 23:26-320).


Rosh Hashanah teaches us about the resurrection of the dead, the coronation of the Messiah, and the 

wedding of the Messiah.

The Days of Awe teach us about the Tribulation, Yom Kippur teaches us about the literal Second Coming

of the Messiah when he will set His feet down on the Mount of Olives (Zech 14:4)...

And lastly, the Feast of Tabernacles is observed on the fifteenth day of the seventh month of Tishrei to the

twenty-first day. It teaches us about the joy of the Messianic Kingdom or the Millennium.


The Feast of Trumpets introduces the autumn Festivals - representing the culmination of this present age 

of man and the beginning of an incredible time during which God will play a much more direct part in world

events.

The Feast of Trumpets will herald the intervention of God in the affairs of humanity on a global scale. This 

Holy Day represents a dramatic turning point in human history.


                                          Rosh Hashanah : Names, Themes, and Idioms :


(1) Teshuvah (repentance).

(2) Rosh Hashanah (Head of Year, Birthday of World).

(3) Yom Teruah (the Day of Awakening Blast) - Feast of Trumpets.

(4) Yom Hadin (the Day of Judgment)

(5) Hamelech (the coronation of the Messiah).

(6) The Time of Jacob's (Ya'akov) trouble (the birthpangs of the Messiah, Chevlaishel Mashiach).

(7) The opening of the gates (of Heaven).

(8) Kiddushin/Nesu' (the 7-day wedding ceremony) - 7 days corresponding to 7 days of Tribulation.

(9) The resurrection of the dead (rapture, natzal).

(10) The last trump (shofar).

(11) Yom Hakeseh (the hidden day).


The Oslo Accords, which will likely provide the infrastructure for the Antichrist's future covenant or

"peace treaty", were signed at a public ceremony in Washington D.C. on Sept 13,1993.

"Zophim 314's reply to my article,"Daniel 12:4 and the Unsealing of the 2015-2022 Timeline - Part 2,

may in the end, prove to be very significant ...


"So it will be exactly 22 years since the signing of this treaty until this year's Yom Teruah and solar

[partial solar eclipse on the night of Sept 13,2015] .......


Sept 13,1993 - signing of Oslo Accords

Plus 22 solar years

= Sept 13,2015 - Feast of Trumpets/Yom Teruah day#1 and solar eclipse.


(continuation of quotes) .... "yet another coincidence, the words [1] balances, [2] marriage, [3] day and creation,

are used 22 times in the Bible." .....


[1] "balances" - or "scales of judgment" ... "Yom Hadin (the Day of Judgment) ..another name for Rosh Hashanah

is Yom Hadin.

It was seen on this day God would sit in court and all men would pass before Him to be judged. Three great

books would be opened as each man is weighed in the BALANCE and placed into one of three categories

(Talmud, Rosh Hashanah 6b).

It has been taught that the school of Shammai says that there will be three classes on the Final Day of Judgment,

one of the wholly righteous, one of the wholly wicked, and one of the intermediates.

The wholly righteous are at once inscribed and sealed for life in the world to come, the wholly icked are at once inscribed and sealed for perdition (Talmud, Rosh Hashanah 16b-17a).


The righteous are separated and will be with God. This is known as the Rapture, which in Hebrew is natzal.

The wicked will face  the wrath of God during the Tribulation period (Yamin Nora'im), known in Hebrew as the

Chevlaishel Maschiach, and will never repent.


The average person (intermediates) has until Yom Kippur until his fate is sealed forever. In other words, the

average person will have until the end of the 7-year Tribulation to repent and turn to God, his fate is yet to be

decided.

The average person and the wicked have to go through the "Awesome Days", the Tribulation, until they reach

Yom Kippur (the end of the Tribulation when their fate is sealed forever).


[2] "marriage" - "Wedding Day" for the Bride (the Church) and the Bridegroom (Jesus Christ).


[3] "day and creation" - Rosh Hashanah marks the Jewish New Year and is part of the season of repentance.

Rosh in Hebrew means "chief or head" and shanah means "year". Rosh Hashanah is the head of the year on the

Civil calendar, and is known as the birthday of the world since the world was created on this day (Talmud, Rosh

Hashanah 11a).

Jewish tradition believes that Adam was created on this day (Mishvah, San Hedrin 38b). How did they decide that this was the day of the year the world was created? Because the first words of the Book of Genesis (Bereishit), "in the

beginning", when changed around, read, Aleph b'Tishrei, or on the first of Tishrei.

Therefore, Rosh Hashanah is known as the birthday of the world, for tradition tells us that the world was created then.


Underlying the words of the Bible there is a coding system that is based upon the letters of the Hebrew alphabet,

from Aleph to Tav.

The multiplication of these 22 Hebrew letters, which are numbered, is the foundation of another time-code

(the pentacodes) which frames the beginning and end of these final seven years, also called the Tribulation or

Jacob's Trouble!


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