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Friday, March 15 2019
A Bible Journey, 146: The Prophecies Of The Latter Season
"These things ye shall do unto the LORD in your set Feasts"
The "LORD God" (Who was and is Jesus Christ; see The Real Jesus: The Word Of The LORD God and A Bible Journey, 56: The Sacred Name) created His true Christian Holy Days (see also Creation Day 7: The Week And The Christian Sabbath) based upon the seasons of the two major harvests of the "promised land." The genuine Christian Holy days portray and prophesy the two-stage process of salvation that is now ongoing (see The Harvest Prophecies).
The ceremonial observances for the spring Holy Days that the ancient Israelites were given to do are covered in the previous chapter from that below (see A Bible Journey, 145: Due Seasons) - keeping in mind that the Holy Scriptures were originally written without chapters. The autumn Holy Days are specified below as a continuance of the single instruction.
The Messiah's autumn Holy Days begin with the Feast of Trumpets - a prophetic observance that portrays the return of the Messiah to rule the Earth (see The Feast Of Trumpets: The Father's Scroll For The Messiah's Return).
"29:1 And in the seventh month, on the first day of the month, ye shall have an holy convocation; ye shall do no servile work: it is a day of blowing the trumpets unto you. 29:2 And ye shall offer a burnt offering for a sweet savour unto the LORD; one young bullock, one ram, and seven lambs of the first year without blemish: 29:3 And their meat offering shall be of flour mingled with oil, three tenth deals for a bullock, and two tenth deals for a ram, 29:4 And one tenth deal for one lamb, throughout the seven lambs: 29:5 And one kid of the goats for a sin offering, to make an atonement for you: 29:6 Beside the burnt offering of the month, and his meat offering, and the daily burnt offering, and his meat offering, and their drink offerings, according unto their manner, for a sweet savour, a sacrifice made by fire unto the LORD." (Numbers 29:1-6 KJV)
The Feast of Trumpets is followed by the Day of Atonement (see The Day Of Atonement: Deliverance Of The Passover Blood).
"29:7 And ye shall have on the tenth day of this seventh month an holy convocation; and ye shall afflict your souls: ye shall not do any work therein: 29:8 But ye shall offer a burnt offering unto the LORD for a sweet savour; one young bullock, one ram, and seven lambs of the first year; they shall be unto you without blemish: 29:9 And their meat offering shall be of flour mingled with oil, three tenth deals to a bullock, and two tenth deals to one ram, 29:10 A several tenth deal for one lamb, throughout the seven lambs: 29:11 One kid of the goats for a sin offering; beside the sin offering of atonement, and the continual burnt offering, and the meat offering of it, and their drink offerings." (Numbers 29:7-11 KJV)
"29:12 And on the fifteenth day of the seventh month ye shall have an holy convocation; ye shall do no servile work, and ye shall keep a feast unto the LORD seven days: 29:13 And ye shall offer a burnt offering, a sacrifice made by fire, of a sweet savour unto the LORD; thirteen young bullocks, two rams, and fourteen lambs of the first year; they shall be without blemish: 29:14 And their meat offering shall be of flour mingled with oil, three tenth deals unto every bullock of the thirteen bullocks, two tenth deals to each ram of the two rams, 29:15 And a several tenth deal to each lamb of the fourteen lambs: 29:16 And one kid of the goats for a sin offering; beside the continual burnt offering, his meat offering, and his drink offering.
Fact Finder: (a) What happened when the Messiah returned to Heaven? (b) What is going to happen when the Messiah returns to Earth?
This Day In History
This Day In History, March 15
44 BC: Julius Caesar (see The Roman Emperors: Julius Caesar) was assassinated (stabbed 23 times while entering the Roman Senate; see also Why Are Politicians Called Left Or Right? and The Origin Of Politics and Republics) by Senators led by Brutus (Marcus Junius Brutus) and Cassius (Gaius Cassius Longinus).
The date has become known as the "Ides of March" (Latin Idus Martii). The term ides was used for the 15th day of the Roman months of March, May, July and October, and the 13th day of the other months (see How Did Rome Change True Time?).
351: Constantius II proclaimed his cousin Gallus to Emperor of the Eastern part of the then in-decline Roman Empire - which was superseded by Germany (see The Holy Roman Empire Of The German Nation).
493: Odoacer, the German conqueror of the West Roman empire (see The Holy Roman Empire Of The German Nation), was assassinated by Theodoric, who split him in two from shoulder to waist with a broad sword.
933: Henry the Fowler defeated the raiding Magyars at Merseburg, Germany.
1341: During the Hundred Years War, an alliance was made between Roman Emperor Louis IV and King Philip VI of France.
1493: Christopher Columbus arrived back in Spain after his first voyage to the "New World." Despite popular myth and propaganda, all of the four voyages of Columbus to "America" were actually only to the islands of the Caribbean Sea - Columbus never set foot on what today calls itself "America" (see the Christopher Columbus map at Thanksgiving In History and Prophecy).
The Vikings arrived on the east coast of North America, in what is today Newfoundland, Canada, about 5 centuries before Columbus was even born.
1545: The first session of the Council of Trent began.
1603: French explorer Samuel de Champlain set out on his first voyage to what is now eastern Canada. He established friendly relations with the natives and explored the St. Lawrence River to the rapids above Montreal. He returned several times, and was made the first governor of "New France" in 1632 (see Thanksgiving In History and Prophecy).
1672: King Charles II of England issued the Royal Declaration of Indulgence that declared freedom of religion to non-Anglican Protestants and members of the Church of Rome.
1744: During the War of the Austrian Succession, France declared war on England.
1827: The University of Toronto was chartered.
1888: The Anglo-Tibetan War of 1888 began.
1906: Rolls-Royce was incorporated.
1916: U.S. President Woodrow Wilson sent 4,800 invasion troops over the U.S.-Mexico border to pursue Pancho Villa (see also The Mexican Border Wall).
1917: Tsar Nicholas II of Russia abdicated the Russian throne; his brother became then Tsar.
1922: After Egypt was granted independence from the United Kingdom (see A History Of Jerusalem: The British Mandate), the Sultan of Egypt assumed the title of King Fuad I.
1939: German troops occupied Czechoslovakia.
1957: Britain became the 3rd nation to explode a nuclear bomb (see also Who Would Throw A Nuclear Boomerang?).
1985: The first Internet domain name was registered (symbolics.com).
1990: Iraq executed, by hanging, a British-based journalist for London's Observer newspaper after being accused of espionage.
1991: 4 Los Angeles police were charged with beating Rodney King, an incident that set off major riots in the city.
1998: Edwin Shoemaker died at age 90. He was the inventor of the "La-Z-Boy" (plushly padded rocking and swivel) chair. He died in one while taking a nap.
2004: French President Jacques Chirac signed the law on (in English) "secularity and conspicuous religious symbols in schools," commonly known as the headscarf ban.