“The Days of Awe” (posted 9/2009)

Posted: August 2, 2010 in Feast of Trumpets, Feasts of the LORD
The season we are in right now is called “The Days of Awe”. It is a 10 day period that began Friday night at sundown on the Hebrew calendar of Tishri 1, a Holy Day which is known as Rosh Hashanah or Feast of Trumpets. This is the head of the civil year and the number of years on the Jewish calendar has now changed to 5770. The Days of Awe will end on Yom Kippur, our Sunday night at sundown. The Jewish belief is when the trumpets sound on Rosh Hashanah, 3 books open in heaven:
1.    Book of the Righteous are sealed with the seal of God who will immediately be written for a good life the next year (Rev 17:3)
2.    Book of the Unrighteous who would be judged during the year (Rev 17:8)
3.    Book of the Intermediate, those who are not completely righteous or wicked. They would have until the Day of Atonement to make restitution and get right with God.
In the Hebrew language, numbers  have numerical value and the numerical value of 70 is the letter Ayin. The ancient Hebrew letters were often drawn in pictures and the picture of Ayin is an “eye”. (I suggest you go to Glory of Zion website and watch Robert Heidler’s teaching September on the numerical year.) This is a year to “see” as God sees, and to realize that He is watching over us. An eye is often a symbol of “evil eye” in the occult realm, so realize that all the eyes watching you may not be in your best interest. Ayin is also a picture of a “spring of water”. When I saw the picture of the eye with a spring of water, I saw tears gushing out of the eye. The Lord spoke to me and said that this would be a year of many tears. If the intercessors shed tears in prayer, there would not be tears of grief and anguish.
Last year on Rosh Hashanah and the Days of Awe began, the NY Stock Market took its largest dip since the Great Depression and fell 777. The number 7 is God’s number and to me it said, “Holy, Holy, Holy”. Ten days later at the end of the Days of Awe on Yom Kippur the stock market sharply fell 678.91 which to me represents the 5 commandments that deal with how we treat our fellow man. The financial system has not treated the fellow man fairly and that began a judgment on the Babylonian System which represents the financial market.
There is a time and season for every seed that has been planted. I want to state upfront that God is not judging man because Jesus has bore our sins once and for all. When a person receives His free gift they come under His blood covering.
Bill Koenig of Watch.org wrote about this coming week
Tuesday, Sept. 22: Obama will deliver an opening speech for a climate-change summit to be convened at U.N. headquarters on Sept. 22.

Fall Feast Calendar [all begin at sundown]
Elul 1     (August 21)    Begins 40 days of Teshuvah
Tishri 1   (Sept 18)       Rosh Hashana, year turns to 5770
Tishri 1   (Sept 18)       Days of Awe begin
Tishri 10  (Sept 27)      End Days of Awe
Tishri 10  (Sept 27)      Yom Kippur [Day of Atonement]
Tishri 15-21  (Oct 2-8)   Feast of Tabernacles

Wednesday, Sept. 23: Obama to hold meetings with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and other Middle East leaders.

Thursday, Sept. 24: Obama will attempt to show a cooperative relationship between the U.S. and the U.N. when he becomes the first American president to chair its 15-member Security Council.

Friday, Sept. 24-25: G-20 communiqué says: Obama will chair this meeting of leaders from countries around the world that represent 85 percent of the world’s economy. At the Pittsburgh G-20 Summit, leaders will review the progress made since the Washington and London Summits and discuss further actions to assure a sound and sustainable recovery from the global financial and economic crisis.

Friday, Sept. 25: At 4 a.m., Muslims will be holding the first-ever prayer event at the same location of Obama’s inauguration. Up to 50,000 are expected to attend. We can thank Obama’s open door to Islam for the main catalyst behind this bold event.

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