Posts Tagged ‘Pesach Sheni’

On the Hebraic calendar, yesterday was Iyar 14 which is Pesach Sheni, the Second Passover. When the Israelites were in the Wilderness, they were going to celebrate Passover as God had instructed them to do ‘forever’. However, some were not able to celebrate because they were not ritually clean and prepared.

Numbers 9:6-7, “There were, however, certain persons who had become ritually impure through contact with a dead body, and could not, therefore, prepare the Passover offering on that day. They approached Moses and Aaron . . . and they said: ‘. . . Why should we be deprived, and not be able to present God’s offering in its time, amongst the children of Israel?’”

This Pesach Sheni reveals that it is a ‘never a lost cause’, we serve a God of a Second Chance!

Last night was an amazing clear sky and I was at Bush Intercontinental Airport waiting for pastor friends who were arriving. As I sat in the car I looked up at the most amazing full moon. I had forgotten what day it was on God’s calendar. I took my iPhone with the amazing SkyView App and  was amazed at the heavenly formation.

Below is my first picture. It shows the full moon (representing Bride of Christ, reflecting the Glory of the Bridegroom) in the constellation of Libra the Scales (representing our purchased redemption, a price we would never pay) with Saturn (Shabbatai, the Rest, representing Lord of the Sabbath).


The next photo caught me by surprise. It was the constellation Scorpio the Giant Scorpion (a symbol of satan, in Hebrew it is aqrab ‘the conflict of war’– the root word means ‘a deadly foe’ or ‘to heave in conflict’). Antares is the brightest star in Scorpio’s heart shines deep red in color and means ‘the wounding’ in ancient Arabic.


D. James Kennedy, PH.D. in his book The Read Meaning of the Zodiac wrote regarding Scorpio. “Here we go to the very heart of the whole message of the Bible. And what is that message? Essentially, it about great warfare. And though that warfare is often portrayed as the battle between the forces of righteousness and the forces of evil in this world-between faith and unbelief; between the followers of Christ and the followers of anti-Christ-ultimately, it is a battle between Christ and Satan. It all began in that battle in Heaven.”

This scorpion of Revelation (serpent, dragon) is described in many ways in the Bible. Revelation 9:10-11, “And they had tails like unto scorpions, and there were stings in their tails; and their power was to hurt men five months. And they had a king over them, which is the angel of the bottomless pit, whose name in Hebrew is Abaddon, but in the Greek tongue hath his name Apollyon.”

As I stated before, the full moon represents the Bride of Christ. Why do I say that? Because the moon has no light in itself, it only represents the radiance and glory of the Sun. Psalm 19:1-6 tells of the Heavenly Bible that speaks to mankind, and verse 5 calls the Sun the Bridegroom. ‘Which is as a bridegroom out of his chamber’. Yeshua is the Bridegroom and is waiting for the soon coming Marriage Supper of the Lamb. The conflict the Bride of Christ is experiencing right now is not with flesh and blood, but the evil spirits of the anti-Christ behind each attack.

Another reference to the Moon being the Bride is from Joseph’s dream as recorded in Genesis 37:9, “the sun and the moon and the eleven stars bowed down to me.” Jacob replied, “Shall I (sun) and your mother (moon) and your (11) brothers indeed come to bow down to the earth before you?” The 12 main constellation represent the 12 Tribes of Israel.

Time to arise Church! Time to arise and shine Warrior Bride! Wake up and report for duty! The Church’s greatest victory is at hand- our time has come. The Harvest is indeed ready!