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A Speculative Theory on The 2nd Exodus

This is in no way an attempt by me to pinpoint the day of the 2nd Exodus. It can happen later, or it could happen earlier. I just felt that the research was interesting. Many things can affect this theory, so take it with a grain of salt. Let’s start with the foundation of our formula, 2 Peter 3:8.

1. 2 Peter 3:8 - A Day is Like a Thousand Years

  • This scripture states, "But, beloved, do not forget this one thing, that with the Lord one day is as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day."

  • Interpretation: This is often understood to mean that Father Yah’s perception of time is different from humans. In this approach, it's used as a formula to interpret prophetic timing.

2. Hosea 6:1-3 - Revival and Restoration

  • The passage says, "Come, let us return to the Lord; for He has torn, but He will heal us; He has stricken, but He will bind us up. After two days He will revive us; On the third day He will raise us up, That we may live in His sight. Let us know, Let us pursue the knowledge of the Lord. His going forth is established as the morning; He will come to us like the rain, Like the latter and former rain to the earth."

  • Interpretation: This could metaphorically signify a period of revival and restoration (2nd Exodus / Revival of Dry Bones Ezekiel 37). "After two days" (interpreted as 2000 years using the 2 Peter 3:8 formula) suggests a significant event or change, and "on the third day" (the next thousand years) indicates a complete restoration or revival.

3. Starting Point: The Death of The Messiah

We will use Matthew 27:25 as the starting point of this curse, when they call the Messiah’s blood on their offspring, aka us. This is the starting point, and thereby the crucifixion.

· Matthew 27:25

25 Then answered all the people, and said, His blood be on us, and on our children.

  • Assuming the starting point is the death of the Messiah, traditionally dated around 30-33 AD.

4. Applying the Formula

  • Revival (After Two Days/2000 Years):

    • Starting from 30-33 AD, adding 2000 years would point to around 2030-2033 AD as the time of 'revival.'

  • Restoration (On the Third Day/3000 Years):

    • This would suggest a complete restoration or significant change around 3030-3033 AD. Possibly the full establishment of our Israelite Kingdom, or Dry Bones being given the breath of life Ezekiel 36:26 and Ezekiel 37:5.

5. Ezekiel 37 - Israel as Slaves and Dead as a Nation

  • This chapter describes the vision of the valley of dry bones, often interpreted as the restoration of Israel.

  • Interpretation: In this context, this could symbolize Israel's period of suffering and persecution, leading up to a prophetic revival and restoration. See above.

Incorporating the account of Adam from the Book of Genesis adds another layer to the interpretation, particularly in how it aligns with the formula derived from 2 Peter 3:8 ("a day is like a thousand years, and a thousand years like a day"). Here's how this element fits into the overall framework:

6. Genesis Account of Adam

  • According to Genesis, Yah warned Adam that he would die on the day he ate from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.

  • Scripture records that Adam lived for 930 years (Genesis 5:5).

7. Interpreting Adam's Death within the 2 Peter 3:8 Formula

  • If one interprets a "day" in Father Yah’s perspective as a thousand years, then Adam's death at 930 years old fits within this framework.

  • This suggests that he did die "within that day" (i.e., within a thousand-year period), adhering to the formula.

8. Linking to Hosea's Prophecy and the Death of The Messiah

  • When applying this interpretation to Hosea 6:1-3 in relation to the death of the Messiah, it suggests a pattern where significant spiritual or prophetic events occur within these 'divine days' of a thousand years.

  • Following this pattern, the period of "two days" or "two thousand years" after Yahusha’s death brings us to a significant event (potentially the revival mentioned in Hosea, i.e. the 2nd Exodus) around 2030-2033 AD (We return to the land!).

  • The "third day" or the next thousand-year period would then signify a complete restoration, aligning with the idea of Yah’s timing being different from human perception (Full restoration of the Israelite Kingdom).

9. Overall Interpretation

  • This approach suggests a pattern where Father Yah’s warnings and promises may be fulfilled within these metaphorical 'divine days' of a thousand years.

  • It posits a framework where historical and prophetic events are seen as part of a larger divine timeline that operates on a scale beyond human lifespans.

The term "revive" in Hosea 6, particularly in the phrase "After two days he will revive us; on the third day he will raise us up," carries significant theological and symbolic meaning. To understand it, we need to look at both the linguistic and contextual aspects: Linguistic Perspective:

  • Original Language: The original Hebrew word used for "revive" in this passage is "chayah," which can mean to live, have life, remain alive, sustain life, live prosperously, live forever, be quickened, be alive, be restored to life or health.

  • Contextual Usage: In the context of Hosea 6, the word suggests a restoration to life or health, especially after a period of distress, calamity, or apparent death. This would tie in perfectly with Ezekiel 37 Dry Bones.

1. Restoration from Desolation: Hosea's prophecies often addressed the moral and spiritual decline of Israel and promised restoration if the people returned to Father Yah. In this context, "revive" symbolizes the restoration of Israel's covenant relationship with Yah after a period of spiritual adultery and idolatry. 2. Resurrection Imagery: The phrase also carries a connotation of resurrection. Just as the third day signifies Messiah’s resurrection in biblical theology, Hosea's reference to the third day can be interpreted as a metaphor for a profound spiritual revival and restoration, or resurrection of the Dry Bones (2nd Exodus). As the Messiah was resurrected, so is the nation of Israel and their Kingdom resurrected.

In modern interpretations, especially those that link Hosea 6 with other scriptures like 2 Peter 3:8, "revive" might be viewed symbolically as the awakening, potentially on a large scale, after a period of moral and spiritual decline.

Obviously, we are already in that time of awakening, seeing that Negroes around the world are awakening to being the true Israelites. Could it be that 2030-2033 would be the complete fulfillment of our awakening, which is our return to the land? The Dry Bones revived, leading to our complete restoration in 1,000 years. Maybe this is why the NWO’s deadline is 2030. This is just speculation on my part.

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