Renee M (30 Jan 2013)
"Summary of the 7th day of Passover"


Summary of the 7th day of Passover

On the September 26th, the Day of Atonement in 2012, Ahmadinejad gave his UN speech and then Mr. Netanyahu gave his speech to the UN the next day, on September 27th, mentioning that we had about 6 months to go before Iran would have to be attacked. 180 days from Sept 27th brings you to March 26th, the first day of the 7-day Feast of Passover. King Xerxes displays his glory and majesty for 180 days and then holds a 7-day feast. On the 7th day of this feast, Queen Vashti is called to come display her beauty to the world, but she refuses to come and is dismissed as Queen. There is another QUEEN talked about in Revelation, who is removed from her throne. She also did not display her beauty to the world. Read Jeremiah 50 and then read this about Babylon America:

Revelation 18:
After this I saw another angel coming down from heaven. He had great authority, and the earth was illuminated by his splendor. With a mighty voice he shouted:

“‘Fallen! Fallen is Babylon the Great!’
    She has become a dwelling for demons
and a haunt for every impure spirit,
    a haunt for every unclean bird,
    a haunt for every unclean and detestable animal.
For all the nations have drunk
    the maddening wine of her adulteries.
The kings of the earth committed adultery with her,
    and the merchants of the earth grew rich from her excessive luxuries.”

Then I heard another voice from heaven say:

“‘Come out of her, my people,’
    so that you will not share in her sins,
    so that you will not receive any of her plagues;
for her sins are piled up to heaven,
    and God has remembered her crimes.
Give back to her as she has given;
    pay her back double for what she has done.
    Pour her a double portion from her own cup.
Give her as much torment and grief
    as the glory and luxury she gave herself.
In her heart she boasts,
    ‘I sit enthroned as queen.
I am not a widow;
    I will never mourn.’
Therefore in one day her plagues will overtake her:
    death, mourning and famine.
She will be consumed by fire,
    for mighty is the Lord God who judges her.

“When the kings of the earth who committed adultery with her and shared her luxury see the smoke of her burning, they will weep and mourn over her. Terrified at her torment, they will stand far off and cry:

“‘Woe! Woe to you, great city,
    you mighty city of Babylon!
In one hour your doom has come!’

“The merchants of the earth will weep and mourn over her because no one buys their cargoes anymore— cargoes of gold, silver, precious stones and pearls; fine linen, purple, silk and scarlet cloth; every sort of citron wood, and articles of every kind made of ivory, costly wood, bronze, iron and marble; cargoes of cinnamon and spice, of incense, myrrh and frankincense, of wine and olive oil, of fine flour and wheat; cattle and sheep; horses and carriages; and human beings sold as slaves.

“They will say, ‘The fruit you longed for is gone from you. All your luxury and splendor have vanished, never to be recovered.’ The merchants who sold these things and gained their wealth from her will stand far off, terrified at her torment. They will weep and mourn and cry out:

“‘Woe! Woe to you, great city,
    dressed in fine linen, purple and scarlet,
    and glittering with gold, precious stones and pearls!
In one hour such great wealth has been brought to ruin!’

“Every sea captain, and all who travel by ship, the sailors, and all who earn their living from the sea, will stand far off. When they see the smoke of her burning, they will exclaim, ‘Was there ever a city like this great city?’ They will throw dust on their heads, and with weeping and mourning cry out:

“‘Woe! Woe to you, great city,
    where all who had ships on the sea
    became rich through her wealth!
In one hour she has been brought to ruin!’

“Rejoice over her, you heavens!
    Rejoice, you people of God!
    Rejoice, apostles and prophets!
For God has judged her
    with the judgment she imposed on you.”

Then a mighty angel picked up a boulder the size of a large millstone and threw it into the sea, and said:

“With such violence
    the great city of Babylon will be thrown down,
    never to be found again.
The music of harpists and musicians, pipers and trumpeters,
    will never be heard in you again.
No worker of any trade
    will ever be found in you again.
The sound of a millstone
    will never be heard in you again.
The light of a lamp
    will never shine in you again.
The voice of bridegroom and bride
    will never be heard in you again.

Your merchants were the world’s important people.
    By your magic spell all the nations were led astray.
In her was found the blood of prophets and of God’s holy people,
    of all who have been slaughtered on the earth.”

The voice of the bride and bridegroom shall be heard in Heaven. Millstones are stones used for grinding wheat or other grains. The millstone is thrown in the sea, representing, once again, Satan being hurled to the earth, the dragon, who is unable to touch the Bride of Christ as she is taken away on eagles' wings to a place prepared for her "in the desert". The wheat is then ground (tribulation time for those left-behind) until they are pure and spotless. The mountain is thrown into the sea on this day also, as Jesus clearly points us to in Matthew 21.

1. Jesus rides into Jerusalem and the people cry "Hosanna, blessed is He who comes in the Name of the Lord!" and wave palm branches. This is a clear picture of what happens at the Rapture in Revelation 7. It's only done on the 7th day of Tabernacles, which is a mirror image and a perfect representation of the 7th day of Passover.

2. The next day, Jesus curses the fig tree. This represents Israel and America the Beautiful being cut down (remember Devil's Tower, America's first national monument, the dream in Daniel 4, and the parable of the fig tree cut down after 4 years without bearing fruit). That very day, the fig tree withers and will never produce fruit again.

3. He then mentions a "mountain being cast into the sea". This is a clear reference to the second trumpet judgment when it says John saw something like a mountain being cast into the sea. Right before this, he saw meteorites and fireballs hitting the earth during the first trumpet judgment, a clear reference to Sodom and Gomorrah.

4. Jesus then tells them the same day: "Therefore I tell you that the kingdom of God will be taken away from you and given to a people who will produce its fruit." Jesus is telling the Jews that He was taking away the Kingdom from them and giving it to the Gentiles, who would produce its fruit. In doing so, He is also taking the Jewish Feasts and transferring them onto the Gentile calendar. Queen Esther was married on the first day of the fourth month of the Jewish New Year, in replacement for Queen Vashti, who was rejected for refusing to display her beauty to the world on the 7th day of a Feast. April 1, 2013, is the first day of the fourth month of the Gentile New Year.

5. January 21 is the 7th day of the "Gentile Feast of Tabernacles". On this day, America "crowns her king" and rejects her God for the last time. She refuses to come and display her beauty. This is the final nail in the coffin. It's now time to cut down the tree that did not bear fruit for 4 years.

6. Peter was let out of prison on the 7th day of Passover. How did he get out of prison? An angel led him out in the middle of the night. Are we not "in prison" on earth, waiting for our release from this "prison"? Peter was to be killed the very next day, but the Lord delivered him and killed King Herod at the appointed time while giving a speech and not giving glory to God, but accepting praise from men who declared him to be a god. How did Lot escape Sodom and Gomorrah? Angels led him out in the middle of the night (and the Bible mentions that he prepares a FEAST and makes UNLEAVENED BREAD the night that they are led out of the city, both clearly referencing the future Passover festival). How did Moses cross the Red Sea on the 7th day of Passover? In the middle of the night, the Lord went before them and lit the way. The only illustration on the 7th day of Passover that does not take place during the night is the fall of Jericho. Perhaps this shows that later in the day, after the Great Deliverance (Rapture), the walls come down and the people left-behind must suffer with the tribulation. But it clearly shows the 7-days of Passover and then on the 7th time around (7th day), the trumpets are blown, the people ascend, and Jericho is destroyed. This is reenacted on the 7th day of Tabernacles, but took place on the 7th day of Passover. The 7th day of Tabernacles reminds us that we will leave our tents on this day and go to our permanent homes. These 2 days (7th day of Passover and Tabernacles) are like mirror images. If you hold up a mirror to them, they look identical. Therefore, what applies to one, applies to the other.

March 31 / April 1, 2013 Rapture? A look at the 7th day of Passover (parts 1-3)