Monday, November 25, 2013


 PART  1

God has His calendar with fixed appointed times, and He uses the 
sun, moon, and stars to help us understand the mo’adim. All these 
signs have a significance place in Jewish festivals. We can see how 
these dates fit with the coming events. And not only certain date are
significant, but also certain numbers and their meanings.

This past year there has been Solar Storms in the Sun, a Comet (the  
Hanukkah Comet) is coming Thanksgiving Day 2013, and starting in 
April 2014 the Four Blood Moons.

These scriptures from the New King James Version and the Orthodox 
Jewish Bible clearly show that we should observe God’s signs in the sky.

(The Hebrew word "moade or mo’adim", means "an appointed fixed 
time, a season or festival)

New King James Version
14 Then God said, “Let there be lights in the firmament of the heavens
to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs and seasons,
and for days and years;


Orthodox Jewish Bible
14 And Elohim said, Let there be lights in the raki’a of the heaven
to divide the day from the night; and let them be for otot (signs),
and for mo’adim (seasons), and for yamim (days), and shanim (years);


New King James Version
19 He appointed the moon for seasons;
The sun knows its going down.

PSALM 104:19

Orthodox Jewish Bible
19 He appointed the yarei’ach for mo’adim;
the shemesh knoweth the place of its going down.


New King James Version
The sun shall be turned into darkness, And the moon into blood,
Before the coming of the great and awesome day of the Lord.

Orthodox Jewish Bible
31 (3:4) The shemesh shall be turned into choshech, and the yarei’ach 
into dahm, before the great and terrible Yom Hashem come.

YOEL 2:31

New King James Version
[ The Coming of the Son of Man ] “And there will be signs in the sun,
in the moon, and in the stars; and on the earth distress of nations,
with perplexity, the sea and the waves roaring;

Orthodox Jewish Bible
25 And there will be otot (miraculous signs) in the shemesh (sun)
and the levanah (moon) and the kochavim (stars),
and upon the earth there will be dismay among the Goyim,
in perplexity at the sound of the sea and the waves;

LUKAS 21:25

New King James Version
The sun shall be turned into darkness, And the moon into blood,
Before the coming of the great and awesome day of the Lord.

Orthodox Jewish Bible
20 ‘The shemesh (sun) will be transformed into 
choshech (darkness) and the moon into blood before 
the great and dreadful YOM HASHEM.")


New King James Version
10 You observe days and months and seasons and years.


Orthodox Jewish Bible
You [Galatian Goyim] observe yamim (days) 
and chodashim (months, new moons)
and mo’adim (fixed times, festivals) and shanim.



From Nasa, researchers say a storm is coming--the most intense 
solar maximum in fifty years. In January of 1994 two Canadian 
telecommunications satellites blanked out during a major sunburst. 
The solar storm maximum of cycle 24 began in 2013 and will run 
through 2014.


According to NASA, the comet will be 15 times brighter than the 
moon in the night sky, and visible in broad daylight. The comet’s 
enormous tail, visible in the night sky. Comet ISON was projected 
to either impact the Sun or just graze it on November 28, 2013.

On Dec. 26 (23 Tevet), ISON makes its closest approach to Earth 
at 0.43 AU, about half the distance between the earth and the sun. 
The earth will past through the comet’s trail of cosmic dust in mid-January.

Is God revealing to His people right now through these coming signs in 
the sky? 
Surely the Lord God does nothing,
Unless He reveals His secret to His servants the prophets.

AMOS 3:7

Chanukkah / Hanukkah - The 24th Of Kislev

2013  Hanukkah this year November 27-December 5
2014 Kislev 24th on our calendar Hanukkah will be 
December 16th December 16-24
2015 Kislev 24th on our calendar Hanukkah will be December 7th  December 6-14

The 9th month on the Jewish calendar is Kislev usually mid November 
to mid December on ours.

[ The People Are Defiled ] On the twenty-fourth day of 
the ninth month, in the second year of Darius, 
the word of the Lord came by Haggai the prophet, saying,

‘Consider now from this day forward,
from the twenty-fourth day of the ninth month, from the day
that the foundation of the Lord’s temple was laid—consider it:

Zerubbabel Chosen as a Signet
20 And again the word of the Lord came to Haggai
on the twenty-fourth day of the month, saying,
21 “Speak to Zerubbabel, governor of Judah, saying:
‘I will shake heaven and earth.
22 I will overthrow the throne of kingdoms;
I will destroy the strength of the Gentile kingdoms.
I will overthrow the chariots
And those who ride in them;
The horses and their riders shall come down,
Every one by the sword of his brother.

HAGGAI 2:20-23

Chanukkah - Rededication Of The Temple

In the time of the Maccabees, when Syrian ruler Antiochus IV 
unleashed his great persecution against the Jews of Judea, it was 
on Kislev 24 that the enemy was defeated and the Temple freed from 
its desecration. That is why the festival of Chanukah is celebrated 
beginning at sundown, at the end of Kislev 24. Chanukkah is the 
Jewish festival of rededication, also known as the festival of lights, 
is an eight day festival beginning on the 25th day of the Jewish month 
of Kislev.  It has its roots in a revolution against the suppression of 
Jewish religion. As recorded in the Talmud, Oil wasneeded for the  
menorah in the Temple. At the rededication of the Temple, little oil 
was left that the Greeks had not defiled. There was only enough oil to 
burn for one day, yet it burned for eight days, the time needed to 
prepare a fresh supply of oil for the menorah. An eight day festival 
was declared to commemorate this miracle.


There are 7 days from Elul 24th to Rosh Hashanah, the New Year
Sukkot (Feast of Trumpets) September 13-14, 2015

Elul 24th on our calendar dates
September 19, 2014  to Rosh Hashanah  September 25fh  
September 8, 2015 to Rosh Hashanah  September 14th   a solar eclipse 

on the twenty-fourth day of the sixth month,
in the second year of King Darius.

Beit Hamikdash is the Hebrew phrase for the God’s Holy Temple 
that was first built by King Solomon.  The Beit Hamikdash stood in 
Jerusalem for 500 years until it was destroyed by the Babylonians in 586 BCE.

On Elul 24th

Jews began clearing site in preparation of building the Second Beit HaMikdash, 520 b.c.e.

The Jewish people are now preparing to build the third Temple.