Friday, October 3, 2014

The Shmita (Sabbatical Year) & The Feast of Trumpets 2028

Have you heard of the Hebrew word “Shmita”?  It’s the Jewish Sabbatical year law given by God to the Israelites in the wilderness.  Every seventh year, or Sabbath year, the Jews were to leave their fields rest.  They were not to work the land planting and sowing, but to simply let the land be.  Well, now that the Jews are back in their holy land since 1948, they have once again begun observing the Shmita.  And I learned something about it this past week that AMAZED me!

What did I learn?  I learned the Shmita begins on Rosh Hashana, which is the Jewish new year (also known Biblically as Yom Teruah, or the Feasts of Trumpets), and it just so happens that this past Rosh Hashana 10 days ago, Sept 25, 2014, began a new Shmita, or Jewish Sabbath year!  Why is that amazing?  Because this means Rosh Hashana 2021 will begin the next one, and then Rosh Hashana 2028 will begin another one!

Friends, Rosh Hashana 2028 is the time I’m declaring for the Lord’s return!  Rosh Hashana 2028 is the end of 6,000 years of Earth’s history!  This means Rosh Hashana 2028 will also begin the REAL SABBATH, the REAL MILLENNIAL Sabbath of Jesus Christ’s peaceful reign on Earth with all the beloved saints, fulfilling the seventh day Sabbath in God’s 7 day Creation story.  In other words, the Jew’s Shmita (Sabbath) year and the Sabbath millennium are on a collision course of perfection, to begin at the same exact time!!!

How did this come to be?  How did the modern Jews, after over 1800 years of exile, figure out when the Shmita was to be observed?  Well, I did some research, and it appears they simply divided their Jewish calendar’s year count by 7.  Since they believe this is now year 5775 since Creation, which divides evenly by 7 as 825, then they declared this a new Shmita year.  Actually, none of this is correct, because God did not establish the nation of Israel, or the Shmita, till well after 2,000 years of Earth’s history.  Nor is the Jewish year count correct.  But isn’t it amazing, however incorrect the Jews are, that it all worked out like this … Jesus will usher in the Shmita (yearly and millennially) Feast of Trumpets 2028!!!

Understanding Shmita, Israel's Agricultural Shabbat
How Farmers in Israel are Preparing for Shmita
Hebrew to Gregorian Calendar Converter

Blessed Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur) 2014,


Approximately 728 Weeks (Sabbaths) Remaining Till Christ's Return!

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