DP (31 May 2015)
"PENTECOST COUNT OFF ??"


 
Please see :
 
Elliot Hong (24 May 2015)
"3 harvest feasts and Shavout"
http://www.fivedoves.com/letters/may2015/ellioth524.htm



Friday APRIL 3rd was Nisan 14.
 
You selected: 14 Nissan, 5775

The corresponding Civil date is: Friday, April 3, 2015*  

 
That means Sat april 4th was the 15th of Nisan and the first day of Unleavened Bread. It is the day the Jews call the Passover since the 15th of nisan is when the death angel passed over.
 
notice the article above from 5 doves. It puts Pentecost on 5/31/15.....if the reasoning in the above article is correct.
 
This also brings up the question/issue as to WHY the Jews celebrate "passover''......... the whole season of Passover for 8 days starting with the 15th of Nisan...........why is that done, since UB is only for 7 days starting with Nisan 15.
 
But just look at your ''gentile'' wall calendar and you will see one day being ''8th day of Passover''.

 
I have never heard an explanation of the reason for 8 days of Passover starting with the 15th of Nissan. Even check your gentile wall calendar and it shows ''end of Passover 8 days from what they think is Nisan 15''.
 
???Could it be because they knew in some situations........eg when Passover fell on a Sabbath that the count to Pentecost is delayed till the next Sabbath for the start of the count of 7 weeks/ 50 days/ 7 Sabbaths to be complete?
 
And note this author shows that there were ONLY 3 TIMES in a year the males were to gather........why/ ? because there are ONLY 3 Harvest Feasts.........
 
1) Is Firstfruits........a waving of a Sheaf of barley...ie Harvest feast number 1.
 
2) Pentecost..........a waving of the 2 loaves of wheat...called the Firstfruits of the Wheat harvest.
 
3) Tabernacles............called the 'ingathering'' harvest.
 
So Passover itself, Trumpets, and Atonement were not 'harvest' festivals!!!!!!!!!!!
 
Notice also that the author Correctly equates the 3 harvest feasts with the order of the Resurrection/s given in I Cor 15.
 
 First Christ the Firstfruits, then those that ARE Christ's at 'His coming' for the Bride.........Pentecost......and those at the end of the Millennium.
 
The hidden key is to note which Feasts are ''harvest feasts''!
 
May 31st upcoming could be The Day, here is article below. mercy.
 
and as I recall May 31st was the day of Pentecost in 1998!! re p/c 127. mercy.
 
Elliot Hong (24 May 2015)
"3 harvest feasts and Shavout"


Dear Doves:
 
There are only 3 harvest feasts among all the feasts.
They are Firstfruits, Shavout and Sukkot.
These 3 harvest feasts align with 1 Corinthians 15:22-24.
 
       "For as in Adam all die, so in Christ all will be made alive.
         But each in turn: Christ, the firstfruits; then, when he
         comes, those who belong to him. Then the end will come,
         when he hands over the kingdom to God the Father after
         he has destroyed all dominion, authority and power."
 
Firstfruits was fulfilled by the Resurrection of the Lord.
The Holy Spirit came down on Shavout, but the harvest of the early ripe
wheat has not gathered, so Shavout is not fulfilled yet.
Shavout will be fulfilled when the Bride is snatched away.
Sukkot will be fulfilled at the end of the Tribulation.
The feast of Trumpet is not for the Rapture since it is not harvest feast.
 
Jews observe Shavout as the "marriage day" between God and Jewish
people by the covenant, and the Book of Ruth is recited on Shavout.
If the Gentile Bride is taken instead on Shavout, it will provoke jealousy
as it's written in Romans 10:19.
 
When Passover is on the Sabbath, Firstfruits should be on the day after
the next Sabbath according to Leviticus 23:10-11.
So the real Firstfruits(Resurrection day) of 2015 should be 4/12, not 4/5.
And 50 days from 4/12 is 5/31 which should be the correct day of Shavout.
 
Jesus gave us a hint of 4 months as it is written in John 4:35.
4 months by Jewish calendar before the last Blood Moon of Tetrad, 9/28
which is Sukkot(the last harvest feast) is 5/31.
Could it be the hidden Appointed Time of the Almighty?
 
No one knows the day or the hour, but we should watch very closely
whether Shavout will be fulfilled this time.
 
Maranatha!