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Sunday, March 20, 2011

SuperMoon Special

When there are strange cosmic events on the Jewish feast days, there usually ends up being something even stranger on earth.  This month's SuperMoon is no exception.

The SM occurred on March 19, the same day President Obama declared war on Libya.

In Genesis 1:14, God created the sun and moon, and said "let them serve as signs to mark the seasons."  Interesting meanings in the Hebrew.  The word used for "signs" is owth (Strong's 226)  meaning signal, beacon, omen.  The word for "seasons" is mowadah (4150)  meaning fixed time or season, a festival, an appointed time.  Interestingly, mowadah is the same word God used to describe His feasts, Leviticus 23 "These are my appointed feasts."

It's saying to watch the sun and moon because God uses them as signals during His feasts - the Jewish holidays.

Did you know that there was a blood moon (lunar eclipse) on Pesach (Passover) when Yeshua was killed?  (April 3, 33)   There were also blood moons on Pesach and Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles) in 1996, which was the year of Jerusalem's 3000th anniversary as the capital of Israel.

There is so much I found, I'm trying to take it all in.  As soon as I can pick my chin up off the floor, I'll blog it in.  Until then ...

Keep looking up, your redemption is close,

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