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Upon completion of these four sections, I was quite aware that there was an obviously attesting account that spoke concerning this vital matter of Tabernacles, but I did not know what that message was.  So originally this writing was the four sections, and this section was not included.  However, immediately after posting them Yahweh opened my eyes to see its marvelous and confirming message, once again proving that which was stated at the beginning of section 3: One of the incredible and highly confirming delights concerning Remnant Bride truth is its seamless nature.  Principles and truths that are learned are repeated in other areas.  This is often the litmus test of whether something is indeed true: Is the pattern of the conclusion replicable in other areas of life? 

The book of Nehemiah gives the account of rebuilding the walls of Jerusalem.  The walls were completed on the twenty-fifth day of the sixth month (of course relative to the calendar when Passover was the first of the year).  Upon reading the law, they then began building booths as instructed for the feast of Tabernacles.  In Nehemiah 8:17 we read a very remarkable statement:

The entire assembly of those who had returned from the captivity made booths and lived in them.  The sons of Israel had indeed not done so from the days of Joshua the son of Nun to that day. 
And there was great rejoicing.

Considering what we have learned about Tabernacles, that it is the feast that effects the creation of the new heavens and new earth, this statement is obviously remarkably important and unquestionably highly prophetic.  But, what could it mean?  This was my question.  And quite honestly, if you do not plow with the heifer, the Bride (Judges 14:18), you will not know the answer, nor could you ever guess it (just like with the contradiction riddles).  Let us learn; and we will be brief and to the point.

First, after Joshua led the sons of Israel into the promised land, the prophetic Millennial reign, it is quite significant that what took place at Jericho was a testimony of Tabernacles.  This is addressed in the writing, Tabernacles and Devoted Things
.  And what happened at Jericho?  Most dramatically, the walls came down and only a scarlet-thread-evidencing remnant was preserved alive.  This, Nehemiah declares, was the last period in which a Tabernacles was held until the one recorded here in Nehemiah, setting up a breach in Tabernacles.  Now, do you notice something quite remarkable?  In the days of Joshua when the walls of Jericho were torn down, Tabernacles was observed; and now in the days of Nehemiah when the walls of Jerusalem were rebuilt, Tabernacles was once again observed!  At the former, walls were torn down; at the latter, walls were restored and built up, even the walls of Jerusalem.  So now, what do you think Yahweh is saying in this?  Clearly He is speaking, once again propounding a riddle.


Without a doubt, the message evidenced here is exactly what we have thus far seen evidenced regarding Tabernacles.  The first Tabernacles is a failure and ends in death and destruction.  More specifically,

(1) The original Garden created under Tabernacles was corrupted and brought death. 

And in like testimony,

The restored Garden, the kingdom of heaven that Yahshua restored through the Nazirite vow, was in like manner corrupted, and at the stoning of Stephen Tabernacles once again marked failure and death. 

Regarding the latter of these two, as it is written in Daniel 10:26, so it has been.  Literally translated we read – “the people of the Prince [Christians] will destroy the city and the sanctuary [of spiritual Jerusalem].”  Therefore, the Tabernacles identified with Joshua, in truth, evidenced both of these significant events where Tabernacles has meant a tearing down and the beginning of an extended breach. 

Now, if these two marked the tearing down work of Tabernacles, what is the fulfilling building up that comes from this creation feast after an extended period in which it is not “celebrated”?  We see that the breach in the final fulfillment of Tabernacles for good is both from the time of creation after the Garden was corrupted, as well as from the stoning of Stephen, and both extend until the Millennial reign when Tabernacles can now be fulfilled.


The question now is: What then do we see is the sign of the completion of each breach and the beginning of the Millennial reign?  To answer this, what did we just see in the last section that evidenced that sign?  The answer: The establishment of the twelve apostles, attested by the twelve who were sent into the promised land, and the twelve stones that were placed in the camp in the promised land upon crossing the Jordan.  And what like sign do we see attested here in Nehemiah when Tabernacles is now restored after the long breach?

What was it that Nehemiah and the people had just completed?  Their Tabernacles celebration marked the completion of rebuilding the walls of Jerusalem.  And what does this look to?  Clearly, it looks to the coming of the new heavens and the new earth that is afforded by the restoration of Tabernacles, the coming of Jerusalem above.  And, how many foundation stones were laid for the wall of Jerusalem above?  Revelation 21:14 tells us – “And the wall of the city had twelve
foundation stones, and on them were the twelve names of the twelve apostles of the Lamb.”

What twelve apostles?  Knowing that there are two sets of twelve apostles, one might suspect it could be either set.  Certainly, all this account tells us is that their names are written on the stones, but which names?  Given the association in the same chapter of the coming of the new Jerusalem and the new heavens and new earth, this certainly lends itself to the same testimonies seen in the twelve spies and the twelve stones in the camp. 

In truth, the first walls, the first apostles, were a Jericho and were torn down, even as the twelve spies failed, or twelve stones were buried in the Jordan.  They were too early, “before the time,” a Tabernacles out of season, and the same results of death and destruction came upon them.  As we have seen, any attempt to fulfill Tabernacles before the time was an Uzzah.  In Song of Solomon 8:8-10 we read:

“We have a little sister, and she has no breasts; what shall we do for our sister on the day when she is spoken for?  If she is a wall, we will build on her a battlement of silver; but if she is a door/gate, we will barricade her with planks of cedar.  I was a wall, and my breasts were like towers; then I became in his eyes as one who finds peace.”

Here we see that the first Remnant who had no breasts was neither a wall nor a door/gate.  Their wall was torn down.  But, the second Remnant whose breasts are like towers are in fact the wall.  This is the enduring wall that is afforded with the coming of the new Jerusalem, along with its twelve gates (even as the wall Nehemiah built had twelve gates).

Now, add to this the amazing testimony of Tabernacles not being celebrated again until specifically the walls of Jerusalem were rebuilt, the evidence is highly compelling and revealing that, once again, it is the establishment of the twelve apostles that marks the beginning of the fulfillment of Tabernacles.  Thus, in all three evidences –

– clearly, the establishment of the twelve apostles are the attesting evidence to the beginning of the new Tabernacles era.

With this in mind, let us now read Joshua 6:25-26, the very proclamation of Joshua upon the fall of the walls of Jericho:

However, Rahab the harlot and her father's household and all she had, Joshua spared; and she has lived in the midst of Israel to this day, for she hid the messengers whom Joshua sent to spy out Jericho.  Then Joshua made them take an oath at that time, saying, “Cursed before Yahweh is the man who rises up and builds this city Jericho; with the loss of
his firstborn he shall lay its foundation, and with the loss of his youngest son he shall set up its gates.”

Who in type is Rahab the harlot, the one who hid “the messengers” and placed the scarlet thread in her window so as to preserve her and her family alive?  She is the Remnant who come out of the dead body of Christ, affording particular testimony here of the second Remnant, the messengers.  And who is it who rebuilds the Garden, the Tabernacles walls of Jericho?  On the one hand it is Yahweh, who thereby loses His “firstborn,” the Son of God.  But on the other hand, one could also say that Yahshua rebuilt Jericho, the Garden, and it cost the life of the first Remnant, and even the body of Christ. 

In either case, it is obvious that when Yahshua came early, “before the time,” and restored the Garden, the consequence once again was the curse, death.  Because of its timing, His early work was an attempt to rebuild the walls of Jericho.  Any attempt to establish the twelve and establish Jerusalem above, even to restore the Garden, while still in the time when Tabernacles and Passover were reversed, was a Jericho curse!  Any attempt to bring forth the kingdom would result in death!

The wall that had to be built was not that of Jericho, the first apostles, but the wall of the higher dimension of the new heavens and new earth new Jerusalem, the wall of the latter apostles.  And this could only take place after Jubilee in 1994, in the Millennial reign that began at Passover, 2004.  Any attempt to restore the Garden before then was, once again, an Uzzah Tabernacles work of death, which it effected in the kingdom of heaven 2,000 years ago, and has done so ever since!

But before we continue, let us point out that the testimony of a “failed” Tabernacles here in the promised land is only a failure in its prophetic testimony in relation to Nehemiah rebuilding the wall.  Jericho indeed attests to the hope-filled fulfillment of Tabernacles in the promised land, the Millennial reign; but has a double testimony of tearing down in its relationship to Nehemiah as well.  This is simply the intricate marvels of prophecy in action.  Each of these prophecies must stand alone.  And also, remember that the two Remnant are one, and often switch in their testimonies.

Furthermore concerning Tabernacles, in Zechariah 14:18-19 we read:

If the family of Egypt does not go up or enter [the celebration of Tabernacles], then no rain will fall
on them; it will be the plague with which Yahweh smites the nations who do not go up to celebrate the Feast of Booths.  This will be the punishment of Egypt, and the punishment of all the nations who do not go up to celebrate the Feast of Booths.

Most people when reading this think it will be fulfilled in the literal sense – literal Egypt and literal rain and literally traveling to some literal place where Yahshua will be.  But this will not be the case at all.  The fact is, this passage is a parable, just as Yahshua used in order to teach while here on earth, and has been in the process of being fulfilled for 2,000 years. 

Have we not already seen that Egypt is Christianity?  Have we not likewise seen that Elijah caused it to not rain for 3 (3 ½) years, and this is the breach period in the church until Elijah comes and the test of Carmel is won?  Once again we see here this testimony of the drought that comes on Yahweh’s word, but evidenced here more specifically because, up until now, the church has not been able to enter into the Tabernacles provision.  Up until now, the church has not been able to ascend alive, to “go up to celebrate the feast of Booths.”
  And for this reason, they have received no rain of truth, Zacharias has not been able to speak.  But the mere fact that this truth is now being revealed is testimony that that drought has come to an end and we are in the Millennial reign, experiencing an ever-increasing degree of Tabernacles and its plague-ending rain.

And let us add here a compelling and confirming fourth evidence regarding the testimony of the latter twelve apostles.  But first, we must lay out some very important and highly revealing truth.

The test of Carmel is the test of the Garden
, as Carmel means “garden.”  It is clear that the Garden in fact testifies of the Bride, evidenced in Song of Solomon – “A garden locked is my sister, my bride,” “I have come into my garden, my sister, my bride” (4:12, 5:1).  Then you also have Abigail, David’s bride, a profound picture of the second Remnant Bride, who was a “Carmelitess” (1 Samuel 27:3), meaning a “woman from the garden.”  Thus, the Garden and the Bride are synonymous.  (David’s earlier bride at that time, in testimony to the first Remnant Bride, was a Jezreelitess, the town Elijah raced Ahab to from Carmel.  Fitting with the first Tabernacles, Jezreel means “to scatter,” which is exactly what Yahweh did with the first Remnant at the stoning of Stephen at Tabernacles.)

So did Yahweh obtain His bride in the Garden of Eden?  No, He did not.  Therefore, we see that Yahweh lost the first test of Carmel in the beginning when Eve and Adam sinned, eliminating that possibility of a bride.

Next, when Yahshua came and restored the Garden and the first Remnant Bride was established, did Yahweh receive His Bride?  Once again, no.  Yahweh lost yet another test of Carmel.  That work, like the original Garden, had to die as well.  Like David who lost his bride, Michal, after obtaining her by providing the foreskins of two-hundred Philistines (1 Samuel 18:20-29; 25:44), so Yahweh’s first bride was equally lost.  (The two-hundred foreskins of the Philistines are the 2,000 years of Christianity that failed to produce the lasting bride.)

So when will Yahweh get His bride?  When will He finally win the test of Carmel?  He lost the test of Carmel in the original Garden.  He lost the test of Carmel when the Garden was restored by Yahshua.  So when does He win?  (It is fitting to note here that even Yahweh God ordains failure, loss, and pain in His own life.  Only a being with all knowledge would do such.)

The passing over principle is in effect here – Yahweh passed over the first, He passed over the second, and He takes the third (also attested in 2 Kings 1:9-16).  This third and final victory in the test of Carmel is secured in the Elijah second Remnant, the second Remnant Bride.  This we see in Elijah’s test of Carmel in 1 Kings 18:20-40.  And here, once again, we see the testimony of the initiation of that Carmel/Garden victory with the establishment of the twelve apostles.  In verse 31 we read that after the prophets of Baal, or Christianity, had their chance, Elijah first built an altar of twelve stones
“in the name of Yahweh.”  Thus, whether it be the twelve foundation stones upon which the wall was built, or these twelve stones erected upon which the offering was laid, the testimony is the same – the preluding establishment of the latter twelve apostles. 

The outcome of Elijah’s test on Carmel was that the twelve stones and the offering placed upon them, all ascended to Yahweh, giving testimony to the twelve apostles with the Elijah second Remnant ascending alive.  This is Yahweh’s third and final test of Carmel, which now gives Him the much needed victory!
  Thus, in this timely account we see a fourth testimony that the establishment of the twelve apostles evidences the long awaited and much needed restoration of the Garden, affording the fulfilling call to the second Remnant – “Come up here” (Revelation 11:12).

One final note regarding Tabernacles.  You will recall that it was on the seventh day, and the seventh trip around Jericho, that the sons of Israel shouted and the walls of Jericho came down.  (We are now in the seventh “day,” the Millennial sabbath test.)  We also read in 1 Thessalonians 4:16 that at the last trumpet Yahshua will descend from heaven equally “with a shout.”  Again, Jericho represents Tabernacles, though in failure.  But even as we saw the testimony of its wall coming down and the wall of Jerusalem going up, so we see the like redemption of the Tabernacles shout.  The shout at Jericho caused destruction, but the shout at the Tabernacles restoration causes ascension.  The walls of Jericho came down at a shout, but the walls of new Jerusalem that are built upon the establishment of the latter twelve apostles go up at a shout.

In closing, when Yahweh created the earth and placed man upon it, it was all good.  He walked with man and communed with him, affording man vital instruction.  It was a world where Yahweh God and the kingdom of heaven prevailed.  But when man sinned, that order was no more.  Instead, the kingdoms of this world prevailed over the kingdom of heaven, which has lasted for 6,000 years.  So what does this mean?

Once again the replicable ways of Yahweh are evidenced and followed.  That which was supposed to be first, became last.  That which was supposed to be greater in the earth – the kingdom of heaven – became the lesser.  In fact, the kingdom of heaven became a death-causing Tabernacles experience, a Jericho tearing down, even a Moses-led death and wilderness-wandering experience.  Like Yahshua who, during His suffering at the hands of Pilate, was clothed in a scarlet/purple robe and a reed was placed in His right hand, so has been the fate of Christianity when seeking to rule and reign prematurely.  It too brings death.

What we see then is that, once again, Yahweh crossed His arms and legally made the world clean by giving greater glory to the kingdoms of this world, and making the kingdom of heaven the lesser.  Yahweh gave the nations the glory and the right to rule.

But gratefully, as we now see concerning Tabernacles, that time is likewise at an end.  It is now time for the kingdom of heaven to have the greater glory, even as it was planned from the beginning, and for the kingdoms of this world to become the lesser.  It is time for the kingdoms of this world to now submit to and serve the kingdom of heaven.  It is time for Yahshua to reign in truth, returning the world to that which was lost in the beginning!

Blessed be the name of Yahweh!  His truth endures forever!

On July 22, 2007, just two days after Page 5 was added, the following e-mail was sent out.

Dear Remnant Bride Inquirer,

Let me share one more extraordinarily hope-filled thing regarding Nehemiah and Tabernacles.  But before I do, please allow me to share a conclusion I came to recently.

When I look at the world today, at the way people think, act, and dress, at their attitudes, their pursuits, it is often overwhelming to me in light of what needs to take place.  In the writing that was just posted, the testimony that it is now time for a reversal of the kingdom of heaven and the kingdoms of this world gives me hope.  But I realize that right now my life is so very different from others, and my pursuit is well beyond even the imagination.  The task is overwhelmingly daunting, and recently I asked myself: In the midst of all of this discouragement, what then is my confidence?

There are three things that I take confidence in in my walk with Yahweh.  First is government.  Government is sure, certain, and formative and endures throughout time.  It is structure that sets and secures things in their course.  The second thing I take confidence in is intercession.  Intercession is identification and secures authority, gaining legal rights.  The third thing I take confidence in is the fourth dimension of time.  Time is a higher dimension than the three dimensions of space.  Look out your window at a tree and it is covered in leaves.  If you long for the leaves of that tree to be on the ground, the fourth dimension of time will bring that.  So what we see today is not forever, and time as a higher dimension can and will change things.  We have to simply wait on time to effect it.

Therefore, as I look at what needs to be, these three are my confidence – government, intercession, and time.  Now for the encouraging matter regarding Nehemiah and Tabernacles.  Here again we will see hope in government and time.

If you have read here very much, or if you have read The Curse of 1920, two of the ways Yahweh marks time is in cursed time and in blessed time.  Cursed time is marked in increments of 414 years.  Blessed time is marked in increments of 490 years.

We just saw in The Revelation of the Millennium the significance of Nehemiah building the walls of Jerusalem as a testimony of the establishment of the walls of new Jerusalem in the Millennial reign.  What I am about to share was pointed out to me by John Graham after he read this last writing.  John is an avid student of the Scriptures and history, and he has long recognized that there is no greater year in the time of man than 2007.

Nehemiah built the walls of Jerusalem and held the prophetic curse-reversing Tabernacles in 3451 from Adam.  Advancing forward 490 years, or one period of blessed time, would be year 3941, which would be 47 A.D.  This was the time of the beginning of Paul’s work.  Advancing forward another three periods of blessed time takes us to 1517 A.D., or the beginning of the Reformation when Martin Luther nailed his Ninety-five Theses on the door on October 31.  But John notes that that date is the 15th of the 8th month in the Hebrew calendar, which was when Jeroboam set up the false Tabernacles wherein he erected the two golden calves.  The Reformation beginning on this date evidences Christianity’s equally false attempt to fulfill Tabernacles.  Their Reformation failed to establish the twelve apostles and bring the new Jerusalem, even as did Paul.  As we read in The Passing Over Principle, Page 3, Christianity’s attempt to fulfill Tabernacles expired at Tabernacles, 2003.

Advancing forward a fifth period of blessed time takes us to 2007, the very year that Yahweh is opening the eyes of the Bride to see these marvelous truths, the very year we can now, and will do so, change our calendar so that Trumpets/Tabernacles gains its rightful place as the beginning of the year.  Truly, 2007 marks a new beginning! 

Five periods of blessed time after building the walls of Jerusalem and their celebration of Tabernacles, Trumpets/Tabernacles is restored to being the first of the year!  Five periods of blessed time after building the walls of Jerusalem and their celebration of Tabernacles, the twelve apostles have been established and the new Tabernacles era is beginning!  Five periods of blessed time after building the walls of Jerusalem and their celebration of Tabernacles, the Bride is entering into and fulfilling that which Christianity failed to accomplish.  Five periods of blessed time after building the walls of Jerusalem and their celebration of Tabernacles, we have governmental hope for the establishment of the new heavens and new earth!

It is truly amazing what we are being shown right now, and our hope and confidence is that Yahweh will fulfill His word in this Tabernacles age and bring about in ever increasing measure His promised Jubilee.  Thus, with John, we have great hope for what Yahweh will continue to do in blessed-time-fulfilling 2007!



Then, on July 25, 2007, the following e-mail was sent out.

Dear Remnant Bride Inquirer,

Well, here we go again!  And I hope it never ceases!

You will recall in the last e-mail that five periods of blessed time (5 x 490, or 2,450 years) transpired between the building of the walls of Jerusalem in 444 B.C. and 2007 A.D., evidencing the beginning of the Tabernacles era in 2007.  And, of course, this is precisely what we are seeing evidenced insomuch that in this very year Yahweh has shown His Bride not only the reason, but the necessity to restore Trumpets/Tabernacles to its place as the beginning of the new calendar.  Thereby, Trumpets, October 25, 2007, will be the first day of the new Tabernacles era.

What is even more amazing and revealing about this is that five periods of blessed time are the same as fifty Jubilee waiting periods.  In Leviticus 25:8-10 we read concerning Jubilee:

“You are also to count off seven sabbaths of years for yourself, seven times seven years, so that you have the time of the seven sabbaths of years, namely, forty-nine years.  You shall then sound a ram's horn abroad on the tenth day of the seventh month [which is now the first month]; on the day of atonement you shall sound a horn all through your land.  You shall thus consecrate the fiftieth year and proclaim a release through the land to all its inhabitants.  It shall be a jubilee for you, and each of you shall return to his own property, and each of you shall return to his family.”

Thus we see that one Jubilee waiting period was forty-nine years.  Therefore, fifty Jubilee waiting periods would be 50 x 49, or equally 2,450 years.

What do we have then?  From the prophetic and legal testimony of the establishment of new Jerusalem at Tabernacles evidenced when Nehemiah built the walls of Jerusalem, followed by Tabernacles, to its long awaited fulfillment in 2007, this fulfillment comes at the completion of a Jubilee of Jubilee waiting periods.  Clearly, evidenced here is the testimony of entering into Yahweh’s Jubilee!

In Leviticus 25:2 we read:

“Speak to the sons of Israel and say to them, 'When you come into the land which I shall give you, then the land shall have a sabbath to Yahweh.’”

Of course in the verses that follow are also the like instruction for Jubilee.  Therefore we see that the promise and fulfillment of the sabbath and Jubilee are both relative specifically to entering into the promised land, which we have now entered into.  But most interestingly, it is evident that Yahweh has marked time leading up to today so that we can immediately enter into sabbath and Jubilee upon entering into the land, and not some distant time in the future, at least for the Remnant.  In fact, the Millennium is both the sabbath rest and Jubilee, especially for the Remnant.

Of course we already know that 1994 marked the coming of Jubilee 120 Jubilee waiting periods from the fall of Adam.  But now we see an exceptionally relevant second testimony of Jubilee in 2007 following a Jubilee of Jubilee waiting periods.

And concerning this Jubilee of Jubilee waiting periods, quite significantly, where else have we seen this?  When the sons of Israel came up to the promised land at Trumpets/Tabernacles and sent in the twelve spies!  This attempt, of course, brought failure and death for them – a Moses wilderness, even their own tearing down of Jericho.  What year was it that they came to this place of entering into the promised land?  It was 2,450 years from the creation of the original Garden.  So, 2,450 years after the creation of the Garden, the sons of Israel had their own test of Carmel at Trumpets/Tabernacles, and lost!

I would assume you have noticed the correlation here.  Once again this 2,450 year period in which they had the opportunity to enter into the promised land, was in fact a Jubilee of Jubilee waiting periods, but this time from the original Garden, foreshadowing that which Yahweh is fulfilling today.

Garden –>  2,450 years  –>  Tabernacles entry into the promised land
Tabernacles after building walls of Jerusalem  –>  2,450 years  –>  2007

So what does this tell us?  Déjà vu!  What the sons of Israel failed to fulfill in 2450 from Adam, will be fulfilled in 2007.  They failed to enter into the promised land at their Trumpets/Tabernacles after a Jubilee of Jubilee waiting periods.  However, since Trumpets and Tabernacles can now henceforward be fulfilled, we today enter into the promised land with the completion of this Jubilee of Jubilee waiting periods.  (This in no way discounts the like testimony and legal act at Passover, 2004, affording both a preluding Passover as well as fulfilling Tabernacles testimony.)  And also noteworthy, this first attempt to enter a promised land a year-and-a-half after leaving Egypt, was actually the second Tabernacles on their new Passover-first calendar.  Likewise, 2007 will be the second Tabernacles opportunity following a Jubilee of Jubilee waiting periods.  Again, déjà vu!

Let us examine this further.  Since there were 2,450 years from the creation of the Garden to that fateful Tabernacles for the sons of Israel, and there have been 2,450 years from that momentous Tabernacles held after the walls of Jerusalem were built to 2007, how many years was the breach period in-between?  The year 2007 is 5,901 years from Adam.  Two waiting periods of 2,450 years each would total 4,900 years.  Therefore, the breach period would be 5,901 less 4,900, or 1,001 years.  Thus, laid out this would be:

2,450 years  –>  1,001 years  –>  2,450 years

This would bring us to this highly significant and entirely determining year of 2007.

It is quite interesting that both of these numbers are divisible by seven – 2,450 is 7 x 350, and 1,001 is 7 x 143.  If you considered the above pattern to be the pattern of the church with the two Remnant on each side of breach Christianity, then the uniting of the two Remnant (2,450 + 2,450) would equal 4,900, or 7 x 700.  If you added the entire testimony together, the entire time of mankind since the Garden, it would be 5,901 years, or 7 x 843.

It seems that one of the testimonies of this pattern is that the two Remnant representations speak of two ministry periods.  If we lay out the divisions of 7, then we have:

350  –>  143  –>  350

The 350 could also be regarded as three-and-a-half, which testifies to a ministry period, even as Yahshua’s ministry period was 3 ½ years.  And as was addressed in Shelah and Clay of Spittle, pages 4 and 5, the one who comes in Yahshua’s office has a like fulfilling 3 ½ year ministry period.  Thus we see testified here the two 3 ½ year ministry periods that are prophesied in Daniel 9:24-27, appropriately positioned on each side of a breach period.

Knowing that the number seven is the mark of the beast (read The Issue – II, page 5), you might have concern for the repetition of this number.  But remember, Yahshua returns on the seventh “day,” the seventh 1,000 year period.  By coming early and stacking the eighth “day” on the seventh, He thereby reverses the curse on the seventh.  Remember, we have seen that adding the eighth reverses the curse on the seven (see opening of Tabernacles Pentecost, 2005, page 6).  This is, of course, evidenced by the seven Presidents who died on a twenty year election cycle, with the eighth, Reagan, reversing the curse.  George W. Bush is the ninth, and the tenth will be Yahshua.

We have seen that Tabernacles is to bring forth the new heavens and new earth, yet up until now it has meant death.  What was supposed to be a blessing, became a curse, an Uzzah.  Likewise, entering into Yahweh’s sabbath was supposed to bring rest, but instead it too became death.  The seventh day is the sabbath, and attempts to enter into that sabbath rest have been a curse instead, just like when they failed to enter into that rest at Tabernacles.  Therefore, with the restoration of all things, both the sabbath and Tabernacles return to being fulfilling blessings, and the curse is removed from the number seven.  No longer will it be the mark of the beast, but the originally intended sabbath rest.  Thus, Yahweh’s redemption of the third part of the church, the Millennium, the seventh day, is critical in every regard.

So let us restate this significant fact, affording continuing substantial evidence to what we have been seeing.  That which was foreshadowed when the sons of Israel failed to enter into the promised land following a Jubilee of Jubilee waiting periods from the Garden, will now be fulfilled with the completion of a Jubilee of a Jubilee waiting periods from the highly prophetic building of the walls of Jerusalem and celebration of Tabernacles.  And we see that 2007 marks the completion of that waiting period, affording our entrance into the promised land and the new Tabernacles era.  What has not been legal for 5,901 years, is now legal and can be fulfilled – the restoration of the Garden, the sabbath rest, Jubilee, the establishment of the new heavens and new earth!

What we are seeing here once again is government, law.  And it is government/law that allows things to work and to be made possible.  Therefore, this is a time for great hope and expectation!  We watch with wonder in the days ahead!




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