Tuesday, September 23, 2014

The Feast of Tabernacles - Part 2 - and the Next Blood Moon

The Feast of Tabernacles begins on Tishrei 15, five days after the Day of Atonement.

As we've discussed previously, on the Jewish calendar the first of the month is always on a new moon and therefore the 15th of the month is always on a full moon.

As we've also discussed before, a lunar eclipse can only take place on a full moon

If you've been following the current tetrad* of four lunar eclipses on Jewish holy days, the next total lunar eclipse, which is the second of the set of four, will take place on October 8th – that is in the early morning hours of October 8. (Tweet that!

October 8, 2014, is the eve or (or the beginning of at sundown) Sukkot, which is the Hebrew name for the Feast of Tabernacles. (Tweet that!)

As I said in my previous post, this is not a coincidence. This is a God-incident. (Tweet that!)

God is speaking. He is setting His signal in the sky for all the people of the earth to see.  (Tweet that!) He is setting a sign in the sky where no one can cover it over or hide it. We are not dependent on the news media to tell us this piece of information. Governments and leaders cannot hide it from the people. It is there. No one can make it go away.

Yes, people can say it's just a coincidence. Skeptics can snicker. Those who refuse to believe can ridicule. But it's still there. For everyone on earth to see. (Tweet that!)

It is a message. A warning. A shouting to the people of the earth that something is happening. (Tweet that!) Something is about to happen. If you're not listening, if you've never listened before, will you begin to listen now? And who would you like to share this with?

Our next post on Thursday will be on the Feast of Trumpets. After that, we will spend our posts until the eclipse of October 8 talking about and anticipating the next "Blood Moon" lunar eclipse.

* A tetrad is a series of four total lunar eclipses with no partial eclipses occurring in between.

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