In my last video, I discussed the connections from Godshealer7 giving a Prophetic Word March 10th, 2012 that 7 days up to Purim, Judgements would commence.
TakeHeed2 then gave another connection that the Plagues of Egypt may have begun on March 10th, Adar 7.
To confirm this information I began to seek out the Truth and came to some astounding information led by the Holy Spirit.
The first thing I found out was that Adar 7 was the Birth and Death of Moses!
However, that didn’t answer my question regarding when the plagues started and I found out this info below..
As I see that there was 37 days between Adar 7 and Nisan 14, I placed this timeframe in the date calculator and you get March 10th – April 15th (Passover 2022)
From here, the Spirit prompted me to look at Quantom Time related to 1446 BCE when the events of Moses and the Plagues of Egypt took place.
I pull it up and immediately start praising Jesus for the Revelation as I see there is a Blood Moon marking March 10th!!
While looking at the date, I see another date with a Penubral Lunar Eclipse on Feb 23rd, 24th..
The Spirit prompted me to go look at what happened on that day, which was the day Russia invaded Ukraine!!!
With this confirmation, this means if we do see a major event take place on March 10th, then it is highly likely that this Easter – Nisan 17, could be the Rapture day based on Quantom Time, as we rise the SAME EXACT DAY Jesus did out of the Darkness.
When Is Easter 2022?
This year, Easter will be observed on Sunday, April 17. (Eastern Orthodox Easter will take place on Sunday, April 24.)
Easter this year is just one day after April’s full Moon (Saturday, April 16), which is the first full Moon to occur after the spring equinox (March 20, 2022) and is therefore known in the Christian calendar as the “Paschal Full Moon“—it determines the date of Easter!
Read more on the connection to Purim and the Death of Moses in the article below..
A deep analysis into the connection between Purim, Moses and the Oral Law.
Haman will forever be remembered as the first person in history who would plot to kill all of the Jews – men, women and children, from young to old.
In the month of Nissan, Haman cast “purim,” lots, as part of his effort to choose the most auspicious time to carry out the mission. The lottery pointed to a date in the month of Adar, a full eleven months later. Rather than being disappointed over the delay, our rabbis tell us that Haman was overjoyed. His lottery fell in the very month in which Moses, the great leader of the Jewish people, had died. Moses died on the seventh of Adar. Haman saw this as a sign that he would succeed.
Birth Negating Death
But Haman was oblivious to one very relevant fact: Moses hadn’t only died on the seventh of Adar; it was also the day of his birth. Our rabbis explain that Moses’ birth was sufficient to atone and counteract for his death. 1
At first glance, the focus on Moses is difficult to understand. Why would the month of his death matter to Haman? Further, it appears that there was truth to Haman’s premonition. The month of Moses’ death should have been a bad time for the Jewish people. And most puzzling, how does Moses’ birth in Adar counter his death in Adar? One would logically expect the opposite to be true. Doesn’t death conclude the life that the birth brought on?
There is clearly a deeper meaning to the significance of Moses’ birth and death in Adar. A closer look leads us to an explanation that does far more than explain a cryptic comment of the rabbis. It reveals a key principle that remains as true today as it did in Persia some 2,500 years ago.
Prepare for the Coming of the Lord Jesus Christ!
Please repent, carry your cross daily and accept the free gift of Jesus Christ’s Death on the Cross for payment for your sins.
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