The Second Passover

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Many times I have seen two crosses together in a circle symbolizing life. A sprouted cross transforming the cross on Calvary into the tree of life in heaven. The Song of Solomon was read for the Passover every year. The new moon just before the Passover starts the biblical new year. When biblical scholars figured out the date of the end of the 2300 year prophecy, they determined the Passover and ripen barley to be in April in Jerusalem, and March as the latter rain, the end of the rainy wintry season. The Song of Solomon talks about the end of the rainy season, the birds singing, and the flowers shooting forth. The new moon this year for the second Passover is Tuesday evening April 17 in Jerusalem, 2018 and determined for sure after the fact. April 16 for America. That places the full moon for the real Passover time to be April 30 this year as I understand it. Then the 50 days from the first day after Passover to Pentecost, places Pentecost (Latter Rain for us today) on June 29. The Day of Atonement or Yom Kippur October 20, and the Feast of Tabernacles or Sukkot on October 25. The Feast of Tabernacles is about reading the Book of the Law as Nehemiah did when rebuilding Jerusalem’s wall, and it brought the revival and reformation. The people dwelt in booths and visited each other in their homes. God dwells with His people in the Tabernacle of David as King David, title name. Psalm 81 lets us know that the new moon and the solemn visit day of the Atonement begins the Judgment of the Living while we walk around on earth alive and going about our business as usual. After the nail is fastened securely to the wall, the house of Joseph, which is the Tabernacle of David, is taken to heaven, the burden falling of its shoulder. This house is within the DNA of one woman on earth, raised up among the Ten Virgins. It is the right shoulder of Joseph that receives the large key to unlock the Copper Scroll mystery.

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