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Trials and Birth in the Final 40 Days

I write these observations to share insights with a wider audience, simply expressing my thoughts on paper. The interpretations I offer are solely mine, aimed at fostering an open exchange rather than delivering absolute truths or predictions. This discussion examines the significance of the April 8th eclipse and its possible implications through the perspective of biblical texts and religious traditions.

The theme, "Trials and Birth in the Final 40 Days," explores the deep symbolism of this astronomical event and its potential link to a period of judgment and transformation mentioned in scripture. As we consider these thoughts, the objective is to engage in a thoughtful dialogue about faith, interpretation, and the enigmas of spiritual realization, rather than to proclaim certainties. I encourage you to reflect on these concepts with an open mind as we contemplate how celestial events might correlate with biblical prophecies to herald significant periods of trial, transformation, and rebirth. The April 8th eclipse could signify the start of judgment on Babylon and the beast system. The following 40 days may culminate in the end of trials and the emergence of the true nation of Israel. This is my interpretation; bear with me.

Isaiah 66:8 states: "Who has heard such a thing? Who has seen such things? Can a country come to birth in a single day? Can a nation be born in a moment? Yet no sooner is Zion in labor than she gives birth to her children."

This passage suggests that for Israel to emerge, it must endure trials. Like the intense pain a woman experiences just before childbirth, Israel faces significant challenges before it can bring forth its children. The biblical number 40 often symbolizes periods of testing or judgment.

The number 40 recurs throughout the Bible, symbolizing testing, trial, preparation, or judgment. This motif appears in various contexts across both Testaments. Some interpretations include:

  1. Testing and Trial: The 40 days and nights of rain during Noah's flood (Genesis 7:12) and Yahshua' 40 days of temptation in the wilderness (Matthew 4:1-2) are examples of testing.

  2. Preparation: Moses spent 40 days on Mount Sinai (Exodus 24:18), where he received the Ten Commandments, crucial for the Israelites' covenant with God.

  3. Punishment and Judgment: The Israelites' 40 years in the desert (Numbers 14:33-34) were a punishment for their disobedience and lack of faith. The 40 days Goliath taunted Israel (1 Samuel 17:16) ended with God's intervention through David, bringing judgment on the Philistines.

  4. Transition and Change: Elijah’s 40-day journey to Mount Horeb (1 Kings 19:8) marked a period of spiritual renewal and transition for the prophet. The significance of the number 40 may indicate completeness or sufficiency in God’s timing for spiritual tests, preparation, or judgment, and heralds periods of significant change, possibly indicating a forthcoming period of testing or judgment for the world, and for Israel, but also the emergence of a nation, anticipated in what many call the Second Exodus.

May 19th, 2024 is recognized by some as the time of Pentecost.

Pentecost is a pivotal moment in the tradition of New Testament believers, celebrating the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the apostles and other followers of Yahshua, 50 days post-Passover, as narrated in Acts 2. Often termed the "birthday of the Church," Pentecost is when the Holy Spirit empowered the disciples to disseminate Yahshua' teachings, significantly expanding the early believing community. During Pentecost, the apostles began to speak in diverse tongues, effectively communicating with the international assembly in Jerusalem. This miraculous event facilitated their mission to spread Yahshua' teachings globally. Just as Pentecost symbolizes the assembly's birth, this year, it might also symbolize the birth of the true nation of Israel. There are 41 days between April 8th and May 19th, 2024. If the April 8th, 2024 eclipse was indeed a final sign of judgment upon America and other nations, and roughly 40 days later leads to Pentecost, could this indicate the birth of a nation? Could this be the anticipated Second Exodus?


 


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Trials and Birth in the Final 40 Days

Good prospective and analysis.

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These are not coincidental numbers. I too believe that 400 years was up on the day of the completion of the Aleph and the Tav sign. Things began to ramp up after August 2019 but as we learn more, I believe now that the actual 400 years of judgement was completed for one nation(Yasharal) and that bitter cup was transferred on April 8th, 2024 to the other nations starting with Babylon.

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ms renee
ms renee
Apr 19
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You make some very valid points. Imma have to go back to those scriptures that were mentioned.

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I was watching Covenant Awakenings earlier this month when for the first time I learned about the 1619 eclipse in Africa. I counted 40 days from the eclipse July 11th to the arrival of slaves to Jamestown Aug 20th. I do believe that eclipses are a sign.

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ms renee
ms renee
Apr 19
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The black people that were here prior to 1619 were Hamites not us therefore, he got his information incorrectly.

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