Jupiter Hit By Comet

Posted: March 30, 2016 in Planets, Uncategorized
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Jupiter was hit by a Comet or an Asteroid March 17, 2016. On the Jewish Calendar this was the 7th day of Adar II, 5776. Why is this important? This is the date of the anniversary of Moses’ death. (see article below the photo)

So….. why is this important you may ask? Because the largest planet called Jupiter is regarded as the King Planet, representing King David and the Nation of Israel.God named all the stars and planets are ‘wandering stars’. God originally named this wandering star “Tzedeq“, the ‘righteous one’.

In July 1994 the Shoemaker Levi Comet broke into 20 pieces and bombarded the planet Jupiter from July 16-22, THE SAME DAY AS SECRET TALK TO DIVIDE THE LAND OF ISRAEL, THE OSLO ACCORDS! Each strike was more that the nuclear bomb that hit Hiroshima in WWII and the area hit on Jupiter was the size of planet earth. This happened to be on the same day as the most dreaded date on the Hebraic calendar, the 9th of Av, the anniversary of the destruction of both Temples.

When Pat Robertson was reporting this today on 700 Club I learned something new. When God created the heavenlies, He put Jupiter was a ‘big brother’ to planet earth and gave it a strong gravitational force field that would take any hit from asteroids and comets before the would hit planet earth. I likened that to the nation of Israel and our prayer. As we pray for the nation of Israel and the peace of Jerusalem, we prosper and are protected. Psalm 122:6. Jesus told us to ‘watch and pray. I pray for Israel but I consider this heavenly occurrence a ‘watch and pray’ event.

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From AISH.com: Yahrtzeit of Moses in 1273 BCE (Jewish year 2488), on the same day of his birth 120 years earlier. (Consequently, “May you live to 120” has become a common Jewish blessing.) Moses was born in Egypt at a time when Pharaoh had decreed that all Jewish baby boys be drowned in the Nile River. His mother set him afloat in a reed basket, where he was — most ironically — discovered by Pharaoh’s daughter and brought to Pharaoh’s palace to be raised. When Moses matured, his heart turned to aid the Jewish people; he killed an Egyptian who was beating a Jew, and he fled to Midian where he married and had two sons. God spoke to Moses at the Burning Bush, instructing him to return to Egypt and persuade Pharaoh to “let My people go.” Moses led the Jews through the ten plagues, the Exodus, and the splitting of the Red Sea. Seven weeks later, the Jews arrived at Mount Sinai and received the Torah, the only time in human history that an entire nation experienced Divine revelation. Over the next 40 years, Moses led the Jews through wanderings in the desert, and supervised construction of the Tabernacle. Moses died before being allowed to enter the promised Land of Israel. He is regarded as the greatest prophet of all time.

Comments
  1. But for this post, this would have all slipped by me. Thanks!
    Debs in Everett, Wa.

  2. Sheila Elsabagh says:

    Enjoy learning these nuggets of truth from you, Mary.

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