Posts Tagged ‘Day of Mourning for Israel’
September 3, 2010
The post that is included here is a very important and probable rendition of the events that are shortly come to pass.
To those Christians that have made the prophetic study of the Word a priority it will be a simple to follow putting together of the various prophesies relating to the end times. I find no point of disagreement with the logic used for this chronology of events and conclusions.
That we may be less than a week away from the start of some of the events listed here in Ch: 18 is a possibility. It is well to be prepared for the meeting of Jesus that to be sorry.
Very good work at Signs of the End.
Daniel Matson (3 Sep 2010)
“Signs of the End – Chapter 18”
September 2 – Elul 23, 2010
Chapter 18 – The sequence of Coming Events is also now added! Below are the links to all of the other posted chapters:
This article about the jewish calendar day 9 Av is very good and explains all the things that have happened to Israel and the Jews on the 9 of Av.
I hope Israel’s enemies understand that the God of Israel is again protecting and gathering His people back into their promised land and this is a bad day to plan an evil thing against the nation of Israel. This is a warning to all who plan evil against Israel.
Good post Mark Shelley. I hope your trip out of Iraq goes on as planned.
Mark Shelley (22 June 2010)
“9th of Av Dates and Times (Tisha B’Av)”
Here is a list of dates and time relating to the 9th of Av this year.
I find this particularly relevant for myself as I will be flying out of Baghdad through Dubai to America during this time. To top that off my request date was for one day after the 9th of Av. It makes me wonder if God wants me out a day earlier for a reason. It is rare that the company ticketing office, inexplicably, would give me a free day early out. I leave Dubai about an hour after the start of the “Fast” Jerusalem time and will arrive home shortly before it ends (long flight). I hope there aren’t scorch marks on my plane’s tail feathers when I arrive. Look at the bottom of this page for a list of happenings on this date through time.
9th of AV: (Jerusalem Time)
Israel time –fast starts 19:11 19 Jul(10:36am CST om USA)– fast ends 20:11 20 Jul (11:36am CST om USA)
Dubai time +1 hr until DBX goes off DST then add 2
Baghad – no change until Jerusalem goes off DST then add 1hr
CST – subtract 8 hours
PST – subtract 10 hours
Table from: http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0002072.html
|2001||March 9||April 8||May 28||Sept. 18||Sept. 27||Oct. 2||Oct. 9||Dec. 10|
|2002||Feb. 26||March 28||May 17||Sept. 7||Sept. 16||Sept. 21||Sept. 28||Nov. 30|
|2003||March 18||April 17||June 6||Sept. 27||Oct. 6||Oct. 11||Oct. 18||Dec. 20|
|2004||March 7||April 6||May 26||Sept. 16||Sept. 25||Sept. 30||Oct. 7||Dec. 8|
|2005||March 25||April 24||June 13||Oct. 4||Oct. 13||Oct. 18||Oct. 25||Dec. 26|
|2006||March 14||April 13||June 2||Sept. 23||Oct. 2||Oct. 7||Oct. 14||Dec. 16|
|2007||March 4||April 3||May 23||Sept. 13||Sept. 22||Sept. 27||Oct. 4||Dec. 5|
|2008||March 21||April 20||June 9||Sept. 30||Oct. 9||Oct. 14||Oct. 21||Dec. 22|
|2009||March 10||April 9||May 29||Sept. 19||Sept. 28||Oct. 3||Oct. 10||Dec. 12|
|2010||Feb. 28||March 30||May 19||Sept. 9||Sept. 18||Sept. 23||Sept. 30||Dec. 2|
|2011||March 20||April 19||June 8||Sept. 29||Oct. 8||Oct. 13||Oct. 20||Dec. 21|
|2012||March 8||April 7||May 27||Sept. 17||Sept. 26||Oct. 1||Oct. 8||Dec. 9|
|2013||Feb. 24||March 26||May 15||Sept. 5||Sept. 14||Sept. 19||Sept. 26||Nov. 28|
|2014||March 16||April 15||June 4||Sept. 25||Oct. 4||Oct. 9||Oct. 16||Dec. 17|
|2015||March 5||April 4||May 24||Sept. 14||Sept. 23||Sept. 28||Oct. 5||Dec. 7|
|Length of day||Solar noon|
|19 Jul 2010||05:46||19:44||13h 57m 44s||− 1m 04s||12:45||79.0°||152.017|
|20 Jul 2010||05:47||19:44||13h 56m 38s||− 1m 05s||12:46||78.9°||152.005|
|21 Jul 2010||05:48||19:43||13h 55m 30s||− 1m 07s||12:46||78.7°||151.993|
|19 Jul 2010||13:29||–||18:47||36.9°||381,140||63.5%|
|20 Jul 2010||–
|21 Jul 2010||–
On the Ninth of Av of the year 2449 from creation (1312 BCE), the generation of Jews who came out of Egypt under Moses’ leadership 16 months earlier were condemned to die in the desert and the entry into the Land of Israel was delayed for 40 years
As related in Numbers 14, when the Spies that Moses sent to the Land of Canaan returned with their disheartening report (see “Today in Jewish History” for yesterday, Av 8), the people wept all night — the night of Av 9th — proclaiming that they’d rather return to Egypt than attempt to conquer and settle it;
|Holy Temples Destroyed; Birth of Moshiach (423 BCE and 69 CE)|
|Both the first and second Holy Temples which stood in Jerusalem were destroyed on Av 9: the First Temple by the Babylonians in the year 3338 from creation (423 BCE), and the second by the Romans in 3829 (69 CE).|
|Fall of Betar (133 CE)|
|Betar, the last stronghold in the heroic Bar Kochba rebellion, fell to the Romans|
|Expulsion from England (1290)|
|The Jews of England were expelled by King Edward I on this date in 1290|
|The Spanish Expulsion (1492)|
|The Jews of Spain were expelled by King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella on the 9th of Av of 1492,|
|The Fast of Tishah B’Av||Less|
|Mourning the destruction of the Temple and the exile of Israel, (see “Today in Jewish History“) we abstain from eating and drinking, bathing, the wearing of leather footwear, and marital relations–for the night and day of Av 9 (i.e., from sundown on Av 8 to nightfall on Av 9). It is customary to sit on the floor or a low seat until after mid-day. Torah study is restricted to laws of mourning, passages describing the destruction of the Temple, and the like. The tefillin are worn only during the afternoon Minchah prayers.|
Excerpt From: http://www.hebroots.org/hebrootsarchive/0108/0108i.html
Christians continued the lamentations of Israel when Pope
Urban II began the First Crusade, and in 1290, where the Jews
were removed from England under King Edward I. In 1492,
the Spanish Inquisition removed Jews from Spain, and in this
same year, the Messianic Jew, Christopher Colombus, sailed
in search of the New World and hopes for the future.
This may be true for those who immigrated to the America’s,
but not so for those throughout many parts of Europe. In 1555,
the Jews were separated and moved into a Roman ghetto, and
in 1914, World War I began which lead to the eventual rise of
Hitler. In 1942, Nazism, World War II, and the Holocaust killed
Polish Jews from the Warsaw Ghetto who were taken by the
Nazis on Tisha B’Av, deported, and numbered among the 800,000
innocent victims exterminated at Treblinka.
In 1990, the Gulf War begins, and Saddam Hussein (a type of
Nimrod/Marduk) raised his fist against Kuwait and the world; and
in a symbolic representation of Marduk and Hadrian’s planetary
deity, the comet Shoemaker-Levy 9, in 1994, smashed 20+
fragments into the planet Jupiter striking the planet with an
estimated energy equivalent of 6,000,000 megatons of TNT.
The resulting explosions created a scattering of fireballs
that left behind huge, dark variations on the planet’s surface
To end this on a happier note:
…the Temple Institute has embarked upon building the mizbeach – the stone altar. On the 9th of Av, 5769, (July 30, 2009)…. The altar, when completed, will stand 2 meters tall, 1 meter long, and 1 meter wide. Much smaller that the altar that stood in the Holy Temple courtyard, it will, nevertheless, fulfill the Torah requirements…. stones were then individually wrapped in heavy plastic and sealed, thus guaranteeing their untainted integrity as they were transported to the community of Mitzpe Yericho, 20 kilometers north-east of Jerusalem….
“Unfortunately, we cannot currently build the altar in its proper place, on the Temple Mount,” Temple Institute director Yehudah Glick explained. “We are building an altar of the minimum possible size so that we will be able to transport it to the Temple when it is rebuilt.”
The altar, when completed, will stand 2 meters tall, 1 meter long, and 1 meter wide. Much smaller that the altar that stood in the Holy Temple courtyard, it will, nevertheless, fulfill the Torah requirements. The rocks collected by the Dead Sea comprise 10 cubic meters and weigh several tons.