Jewish Calendar & Our Time
July 2021
A current understanding of God plan for our time
Seven Trumpets & Seven Wars
Countdown to the Tribulation
World Wars, Iraq Wars & End Wars
Jewish Calendar
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Four horses are on the run (Apostasy, Communism, Capitalism, Islam). Five trumpets have sounded (World War I & II, Cold War, Iraq War I & II). Iraq War III and Armageddon are still future. All seven trumpets and a hundred more events fall on Jewish holy days and have the fingerprints of God. The days God gave to Moses are fulfilled in Jesus Christ and our time.

References: 21st Century Revelation: World Wars, Iraq Wars & End War Chapter 9 - In the Beginning, God, Chapter 10 - Seven Days of God, Chapter 11 - The Feast of Trumpets, Chapter 12 - Fall Jewish Feasts, Chapter 13 - Minor Feasts, Major Events, Chapter 23 - World Wars, Cold Wars, Chronology of Man, Hebrew Calendar, Jewish Feasts
Seven Holy Days

Seven feast days or appointed times God gave to Moses and the children of Israel are fulfilled in Jesus Christ (Leviticus 23:4).

1. Passover - Crucifixion
- 14th of Nisan

The Passover lamb killed in Egypt was a prophecy of Jesus Christ, the Lamb of God, who was crucified for the sins of the world (Leviticus 23:5, Exodus 12:3, 6, 13, John 19:14, I Peter 1:18-19).

2. Unleavened Bread - Burial
- 15th-21st of Nisan

God made a covenant with Abraham, Israel left Egypt and Jesus was in the tomb (Galatians 3:16, Leviticus 23:6, Exodus 12:8, 41, Matthew 27:59-60, I Corinthians 5:7). Chernobyl explodes on the Unleavened Bread Sabbath.

3. Firstfruits - Resurrection
- 16th of Nisan or day after regular Sabbath

The children of Israel crossed the Red Sea and Jesus Christ rose from the dead (Leviticus 23:10, Deuteronomy 26:8-9, 10, John 20:1-2, I Corinthians 15:20-23).

Weeks/Pentecost - Law & Holy Spirit Given - 6th of Sivan or 50 days after regular Sabbath

On the first trump, God gave the Law to Moses and Holy Spirit to the Church (Leviticus 23:16, Exodus 19:1, 16, John 14:26, Acts 2:1-2, 3-4). Pharisees count from the 15th of Nisan (High Sabbath) but Sadducees count from the regular Sabbath. The Church celebrates Sunday.

The death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ and giving of the Holy Spirit were fulfilled on specific days in the past (1 Corinthians 15:3-4). The Rapture, Second Coming and reign of Jesus Christ will be fulfilled on specific days in the near future.

5. Trumpets - Rapture
- 1st of Tishri

The Jewish civil new year is on the first day of first month in the summer/fall (September 4-October 6), the anniversary of the creation of the world and Adam. On the Day of Shouting, Jesus Christ resurrects and raptures the Church on the new crescent moon at the hundredth and last trump (Leviticus 23:24, I Thessalonians 4:16-17, I Corinthians 15:52, John 14:2-3).

6. Atonement - Second Coming - 10th of Tishri

Atonement is the most holy day in the Jewish year. When Moses returned from Mt. Sinai the first time, the Jews were worshiping the golden calf. When Moses returned the second time (Teshuvah), Israel accepted the covenant. At the Second Coming and great trump, Jesus Christ is the High Priest who redeems His people and Israel accepts their Messiah (Leviticus 23:27, I Chronicles 6:49, Hebrews 9:12, Matthew 24:31, Zechariah 12:10).

7. Tabernacles - Reign of Jesus Christ
- 15th-21st of Tishri

Tabernacles is the celebration of the Jewish temple where God dwells. God the Father dwells in the tabernacle and temple, God the Son dwells with humanity and God the Spirit dwells within Christians. Tabernacles is the birth of the Messiah and seven day coronation of the King of Kings (Leviticus 23:34, 42, Isaiah 9:7, Revelation 21:3, Zechariah 14:16).
Minor Feasts        

There are minor feast and fast days that become major days in history (Zechariah 8:19).

  Fast of the Firstborn - 13th of Nisan

On the day before Passover, the firstborn remember their deliverance from the tenth plague of Egypt (Exodus 12:23, 29).

  Golden Calf - 17th of Tammuz

Forty days after Weeks or Pentecost, Moses returned from Mt. Sinai, saw the children of Israel worshiping the golden calf and became so angry that he broke the stone tablets (Exodus 32:19). This day begins The Three Weeks, a period of mourning that ends on the 9th of Av.

  Kadesh Barnea Rebellion - Judgment Day - 9th of Av

A year after God's miraculous deliverance from Egypt, twelve spies were sent into Canaan to explore the land. Because of a lack of faith, ten spies rebelled against God, discouraged the people and they all wander in the wilderness forty years (Numbers 13:30-31). Later, Babylon and Rome destroyed the Jewish temples (2 Kings 25:8-9). Crusaders, England, France, Spain, Russia and Germany persecuted the Jews. World War I and Iraq War I began on this day.

  Teshuvah - Repent and Return - 1st of Elul-10th of Tishri

When Moses was on Mt. Sinai a second time, the people had forty days to repent and return back to God. Each year, the Jews ask forgiveness of sins against God and one another. It is better to judge yourself now than to be judge by God later (1 Corinthians 11:31-32). Teshuvah includes the month of Elul and Trumpets as preparation for Atonement (Exodus 34:1, 28). World War II began and ends in Teshuvah.

  Ten Days of Awe - 1st-10th of Tishri

The last ten days of Teshuvah are Ten Days of Awe or Repentance. The Feast of Trumpets is two days, followed by seven days and the Day of Atonement. The days points to the Rapture, Tribulation and Second Coming (Jeremiah 30:5-7).

  8th Day of the Assembly - 22nd of Tishri

After Tabernacles is the Eighth Day of the Assembly. God tells the people to stay an extra day with God (Leviticus 23:36). Jesus Christ was circumcised on this day.

  Rejoicing with the Torah - 23rd of Tishri

Tishri is the beginning and the end. The study of the five Books of Moses concludes with Deuteronomy and begins again with Genesis (Joshua 1:8). As Israel begins their Torah study so we begin our new life with the Word, Jesus Christ.

  Hanukkah - Feast of Dedication - 25th of Kislev-2nd or 3rd of Tevet

On the 15th of Kislev, 168 BC, Greek Syrian king Antiochus IV, attacked Jerusalem. Three years later on the 25th of Kislev, 165 BC, Jews recaptured Jerusalem and rededicated the temple. The oil for the temple menorah miraculously lasts eight days (Daniel 11:31, Luke 1:31, John 10:22). Mary conceived of the Holy Spirit during the Feast of Lights in Kislev and the Light of the World was born in Tishri.

  Babylonian Siege of Judea - 10th of Tevet

On the 10th of Tevet in 588 BC, the Babylonians began a thirty month war against Judah. On the 17th of Tammuz (Golden Calf) in 586 BC, they breached the walls of Jerusalem and on the 9th of Av (Kadesh Barnea) the Jewish temple was destroyed (2 Kings 25:1).

  Fast of Esther - 13th of Adar

Israel remembers God deliverance before the celebration of Purim (Esther 4:16).

  Purim - Feast of Lots - 14th-15th of Adar

During the reign of Ahasuerus over Media-Persia, evil Haman plotted to kill the Jews. However, God put Queen Esther and Mordecai in place "for such a time as this." God protected the Jews while Haman and the Amalekites were killed (Esther 9:21-22). Iraq War I ended and Iraq War II began on Purim.

Israeli National Holidays

  Sheol/Holocaust Remembrance Day - 27th of Nisan
  Israeli Memorial Day - 4th of Iyar
  Israeli Independence Day - 5th of Iyar 1948
  Jerusalem Day - 28th of Iyar 1967 (Ascension)

There is an amazing correlation between seven Jewish feast days along with minor feast and fast days and seven trumpets of seven wars. World history is interwoven with Israel. Not all historic events are on holy days but too many events fall on Jewish days to be a coincidence. God's plan follows God's time.
Bible prophecy is about time and events. The disciples asked Jesus Christ and we ask the same question today: "When?" God's Word has plenty to say about God's time. Many historic events occur on Jewish holy days.

As he sat upon the mount of Olives, the disciples came unto him privately, saying, Tell us, when shall these things be? and what shall be the sign of thy coming, and of the end of the world (Matthew 24:3)?

Jewish Calendar

  Day - Sunset to Sunset (Genesis 1:5)
  Week - 7 Days Ending on Sabbath (Leviticus 23:3)
  Month - New Cresent Moon - 29 or 30 Days (Psalm 81:3)
  Year - 12 or 13 Months (Genesis 1:14)
  Religious New Year - 1st of Nisan (Exodus 12:2)
  Civil New Year - 1st of Tishri (Genesis 1:1)
  Sabbath Year - 7th Year (Leviticus 25:3-4)
  Jubilee - 50th Year (7 X 7 + 1) (Leviticus 25:10)
  6000 - Rule of Humanity (50 X 120) (Genesis 6:3)
  Millennium - Reign of Jesus Christ (50 X 20) (Revelation 20:6)

July 4, 1776 - 17th of Tammuz
17th of Tammuz
Passover Fulfilled by the Cross
Tabernancles: God with Us
Pentecost: The Law & Holy Spirit Given
Nisan 27 AD
Fall Feasts: Atonement
The Feast of Trumpets: Rapture Day
Kadesh Barnea
Purim: Feaste of Chance
Teshuvah: Repent & Return
Hanukkah: The Prophecy of Christmas Day
Trumpets: World War II
World War II: Nagasaki
1st of Elul (Teshuvah)
US Independence Day
July 4, 1776 (Golden Calf)
President Theodore Roosevelt
September 14, 1901 (Trumpets)

Armageddon: World War V
China: Red Army of World War III
Russia: Leader of World War IV
The Feast of Trumpets: Rapture Day