Venus Joins Jupiter March 15, 2012

Posted: March 13, 2012 in Signs In The Heavens

This week we will have a beautiful view of two of the ‘wandering stars’.  Tonight they came closer together but the best show will be March 15.

Some of the stars are stationary, such as constellations, but others move in a rythmn. The original seven ‘wandering stars’ we call planets and are part of the original purpose of God as found in Genesis 1:14-19, “and let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years“.

The first question in the New Testament is found in Matthew 2:2, “Saying, Where is he that is born King of the Jews? for we have seen his star in the east, and are come to worship him.” The question is asked by Magi from the East and history records that they were students of Daniel’s teachings. The prophet Daniel never left Babylon and was able to convey the purpose of God’s original purpose for signs in the heavens. There are going to be more signs in the heavens of Jesus’ Second Coming than His birth. Are you looking up?

This joining of Venus and Jupiter is causing me to get back into the Song of Songs, the best of the best of all Solomon’s writings. He wrote 3 books and I liken them to the Temple he was famous for: Proverbs (Outer court) Ecclesiates (Inner Court) and Song of Songs (Holy of Holies). In the Holy of Holies you get in by permission only and you go alone. Selah.

Here is the Hebraic understanding of these planets and the constellation where they are located this week:

VENUS (Hebrew- Nogah, means ‘brightness‘)

  • Represents the Bride of Messiah
  • According to early Biblical views, Jupiter represented the Messiah and Venus represented His Bride
  • According to Greek & Roman mythologies Venus is known as the goddess of love
  • Known as the ‘morning star’ because it can be seen just before sunrise and closer to the sun than earth. The day of the Lord, like the dawning of any calendar day, does not burst forth abruptly. It is not pitch back at 5:59am and then bright morning the at 6am. The night gradually recedes as dawn comes. In that transition, before dawn breaks, the morning star begins to shine on the eastern horizon. This is actually the planet Venus. This portrays what God intends for the Bride of Christ in these last days before our Beloved Bridegroom comes for us.(Isaiah 60:1-3, arise shine)

JUPITER (Hebrew- Tzedek, means ‘righteousness‘)

  • Largest of all planets
  • Called the Star of David
  • Represents kingship, coronations and birth of kings
  • Also represents the Messiah, the Coming King
  • Also represents Israel
  • According to Jewish tradition, when Jupiter is hit from heavenly bodies it is a sign of the end of the world

This week terrorists are firing rockets and missiles into Israel and are even nearing Tel Aviv. This is the time for us to draw near to God in prayer and use our authority in prayer as we stand in the gap for Israel and the 200,000 Israeli’s that are in bomb shelters.

Tomorrow I plan to share the constellations and their main stars that will be seen around Venus and Jupiter Thursday night.

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