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Just Something To Think About..

Our Jewish friends still observe these feasts. They are Passover, Unleavened Bread, Firstfruits, Pentecost, Trumpets, Atonement and Tabernacles. The first three feasts happen in the spring, in the month of Nisan.
We all know the story of Passover and how the first Passover was the day the Lord delivered the children of Israel out of Egyptian bondage. By putting the blood of a lamb above their doors, the first born of the Israelites were spared while the first born of the Egyptians died. The symbolism of the “blood of the lamb” and the “first born” pointed to a future date when Christ would offer himself as the ultimate sacrifice.
Was it just coincidence that the Jews in Jerusalem were sacrificing their Passover lambs as Christ died on the cross on the 14th day of Nisan or Passover? That he was laid in the tomb on the 15th day of Nisan or Unleavened Bread, a sinless (unleavened) sacrifice for mankind and that on the 17th day of Nisan or Fristfruits, he was resurrected? In 1 Corinthians 15:20-23 we read:
20 But now is Christ risen from the dead, and become the firstfruits of them that slept.
21 For since by man came death, by man came also the resurrection of the dead.
22 For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive.
23 But every man in his own order: Christ the firstfruits; afterward they that are Christ’s at his coming.
The next feast following Firstfruits occurs 50 days later, it is that of Pentecost. It was fulfilled on seventh day of the month of Sivan. It’s easy to see that these first four feasts were fulfilled in association with the Lords coming in the meridian of time. The following chart gives us a visual reference that is helpful in understanding the seven feasts. Special thanks to Gavin Finley Who Created This:
Understanding that the first four feast precisely foreshadowed the Lord’s appearance among the Jews, would it be a stretch to suppose that the last three feasts will be fulfilled at his Second Coming? I think not!
Now, assuming that we do enter into the 42 months in the fall of 2016, let us build on this assumption and see where it takes us. That would mean that the saints would be delivered from bondage in the spring of 2020. This begs an interesting question, which is…
Would it not make perfect sense that the Lord would deliver his saints or modern day Israel on Passover day? In D&C 103 the Lord says:
15 Behold, I say unto you, the redemption of Zion must needs come by power;…
17 For ye are the children of Israel, and of the seed of Abraham, and ye must needs be led out of bondage by power, and with a stretched-out arm.
18 And as your fathers were led at the first, even so shall the redemption of Zion be.
19 Therefore, let not your hearts faint, for I say not unto you as I said unto your fathers: Mine angel shall go up before you, but not my presence.
20 But I say unto you: Mine angels shall go up before you, and also my presence, and in time ye shall possess the goodly land.
We are also “of Israel, and of the seed of Abraham” and the Lord says above, “as your fathers were led at the first, even so shall the redemption of Zion be”. So we shouldn’t be too surprised if the Lord delivers us on Passover, should we?
If this be the case, according to this scenario this deliverance will come on April 9, 2020. Further, knowing when the 42 months ends give us the perfect opportunity to figure out when it will begin. All we have to do is subtract the 3 ½ years, 42 months or 1260 days to arrive at the date. Using a calendar program on the Internet an interesting date came about... Oct. 27 or 28, 2016. How’s that for intriguing?


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