Hi John & Doves:
Let the Spirit of Truth lead us and guides us into all truth.
Thank you Fay I am so encouraged by your encouragement. It seems we are on the same wavelength and listening to the still small voice (as well as the major shoutings ha ha). The excitement is intense I feel like a bottle of pop that's being shaken.
This is it, this is it, this is it!
This is the time, not Tabernacles, there is no confusion, this is what the KJV says;
Psa 81:3 Blow up the trumpet in the new moon, in the time appointed, on our solemn feast day.
The NIV is a corrupted version which has at least 45,000 words missing, calls Lucifer the morning star, and reads "Our Father" instead of "Our Father in heaven" (so the pope can use that prayer to reference himself), the reason I have mentioned this is to clarify some possible confusion. The NIV renders Psalm 81:3 thus:
Psalm 81:3-4: “Sound the ram’s horn at the New Moon, and when the moon is full, on the day of our Feast; this is a decree for Israel, an ordinance of the God of Jacob.” (NIV)
Note this error in the NIV leading to confusion, that the sounding of the trumpet may also be at another appointed feast which has a Full Moon (such as tabernacles). It is not tabernacles, it is NOW, after the days of awe and the begining of Yom Kippur.
So many scriptures pouring out to me all the time, anticipation and joy mounting continually. The Holy Spirit has forbidden me to work now, I know this because I feel great grief when my attention is distracted from the Lord. In these closing few days on Earth, the Lord wants our attention focused on Him and to begin to disassociate ourselves with the world where possible.
These are the High Holy days and end of the High Holy days and at the start of Yom Kippur, the door of grace will be shut in the early hours of Yom Kippur after Jesus takes His bride.
The Lord gave me an hourly count down timer on Sunday 2nd Oct of 144 hrs for the rapture, UK time was about dawn which will be about 5.00 am Jerusalem time.
(please see; http://www.fivedoves.com/letters/oct2011/garyn103.htm
This time was exactly 6 days (144/24=6) and brings us up to 5.00 am Jerusalem time, Sat 8th, as you probably know Yom Kippur commences sundown Friday 7th. Time to put on our beautiful garments!
At the time of writing this, according to the countdown timer the Lord gave me we have T- 84 hours!
The Lord has revealed in an amazing way to me the approximate time of the rapture but I needed more evidence (though I had amazing witness this is the month of the rapture) from the Jewish feasts or more accurately termed; God's appointed feasts (mo-ade) to confirm this short time-line. Sadly most of the Christian church is unfamiliar with God's appointed feasts and I am pretty sure that there is not one person who can say they have the full revelation of how God will fulfil His appointed feasts that are yet to be fulfilled. I am one who is learning from all you guys and I am so appreciative of you all and of John's hard work and have been watching spellbound with anticipation for our departure.
While searching for more info on Rosh HaShana I came across Jason Hommel's excellent site;
Here is an excerpt from his page:
ROSH HASHANAHA special season known as 'Teshuvah' which in Hebrew means "to return or
repent", begins on the first day of the month of Elul and continues 40
days, ending with Yom Kippur. Thirty days into Teshuvah, on Tishrei 1,
comes Rosh HaShanah. This begins a final ten-day period beginning on
Rosh HaShanah and ending on Yom Kippur. These are known as the High
Holy Days and as the Awesome Days. The sabbath that falls within this
ten-day period is called 'Shabbat Shuvah', the Sabbath of Return. Five
days after Yom Kippur is 'Sukkot', the Feast of Tabernacles. Teshuvah
begins on Elul 1 and concludes on Tishrei 10, Yom Kippur. Each morning
during the 30 days of the month of Elul, the trumpet (shofar) or ram's
horn is blown to warn the people to repent and return to God.
I'm sure the significance is not lost on you regarding the all things ending on Yom Kippur.
The amazing thing is the countdown timer the Lord has given me agrees with what is written here exactly and our departure is early Yom Kippur which is a sabbath and not just any sabbath it is 'Sabbat Shuvah' - the Sabbath of Return. Lastly there is a thought that Rosh Hashanah starts on Tishiri 1st and continues until Yom Kippur.
Jesus has foretold us all things!