Saturday, January 10, 2015

2015 Amazing Worldwide Event #1 - The Coming Solar Eclipse in March

Graphic of solar eclipse.
As I listed in my previous post, there are four worldwide events in 2015 that are quite amazing. (Tweet that!) The first of those four will be the total solar eclipse which will occur on March 20, 2015. (Tweet that!)

Unfortunately this eclipse will be visible in only a certain part of the world, and the United States is not in that part. (Tweet that!)

Here is a site where you can see where this solar eclipse will be visible:

Also notice on that site in the upper right-hand corner is a countdown to the eclipse, which I find just pretty cool!

Remember to NEVER look at a solar eclipse. It will damage your eyes. Here are safe ways to observe a solar eclipse. (Tweet that!)

Why is this total solar eclipse an amazing event in 2015? Because it comes in the center of the four total lunar eclipses.(Tweet that!) Two have already passed, on Passover and the Feast of Tabernacles in 2014. And the two remaining are yet to come, on Passover and the Feast of Tabernacles in 2015. But I'm getting ahead of myself. We'll talk more about those two in the next post on January 13th and the post next Thursday on January 15th.

Furthermore, Biblical scholars say that the "signs in the moon" are messages to the Jewish people."Signs in the sun" are messages to the Gentiles. (Tweet that!) We get that from the Hebrew calendar being based on the moon as opposed to our western calendar being based on the sun.

We also see right in the beginning of the Bible that God created the sun and the moon as "signals": (Tweet that!)

14 And God said, “Let there be lights in the expanse of the heavens to separate the day from the night. And let them be for signs and for seasons,[or "appointed times]" and for days and years... (Genesis 1:14, ESV). 

Therefore many Bible scholars today believe this tetrad (that is, a series of four total lunar eclipses without a partial eclipse in between), with each of the four total lunar eclipses falling on the first or the last of the 7 Jewish Feasts in two consecutive years, 2014 and 2015, to be highly significant prophetically. (Tweet that!) And then this solar eclipse right in the middle...

A solar eclipse right in the middle especially in light of the coming Shemitah later this year...

But again I'm ahead of myself. We'll talk about the Shemitah in Thursday's post on January 15th.

In fact we will talk about all of these events more as they approach. Let these beginning-of-the-new-year posts be just your introduction to these amazing worldwide events if this is the first you've heard of them, or if you've heard of them but don't know much about them. I promise to share what I learn about the Shemitah as I research it more, and I also promise to share more about these eclipses.

To keep up with any new information about this coming solar eclipse on March 20, 2015, you might want to join the Facebook event here:

Please stop back by on Tuesday for the next post where we'll talk about the coming total lunar eclipse, which will be the third in the series of four.

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