49th Barely Omer June 3, 2017 High Rapture Watch





This year the 49th Omer will fall on June 3rd which makes Sunday June 4th the 50th day, Pentecost.  I ran a Bible Code with the search term of "Wedding" in Exodus chapters 18, 19 where the term "Church" is encoded, and also the phrase "The Shavout." And in this Bible Code the date...."June 3rd "....is encoded along with the Jewish year of 5777 with many other terms. I therefore put together the following Hebrew gematria in light of this.


[.........................Day third of June........................]......The 49th Omer day in 2017.
י  ו  ם    ש  ל  י  ש  י    ש  ל    י  ו  נ   י
10  50  6  10    30  300    10 300  10 30  300    600  6  10 / total = 1674


[.......Rapture...........]....Shalhoub
ש   ל   ה   ו   ב
2      6     5    30   300 / total = 343 + 1674 = 2017


The first Omer of the 49 Barley Omers is always on a Sunday / firstfruits when you count the "Omers" according to the instruction given in Scripture ( the morrow after the weekly sabbath, and not the morrow after the "high sabbath" ( Nisan 15 ) which places the first Omer on Nisan 16 which is the second day of Unleavened bread. Therefore the 50th day which is Pentecost will always fall on a Sunday when the 49 Omers are counted according to instruction given in Scripture. 

Now the rabbinical unbelieving Jews do NOT count the "morrow after the weekly sabbath." Instead the rabbis in their rabbinical teaching place the "first Omer" on Nisan 16 which is the morrow after the high Sabbath which is Nisan 15 ( the first day of Unleavened bread ).  This is incorrect!  And the reason why they do this is because they do not want to acknowledge Yeshua as their Messiah who was raised from the dead at the end of the weekly sabbath / first day of the week which is Sunday / First fruits / 1rst Omer.

I have typed out the calendar for 2017 below.  This year is not a "year of perfect order" like it was when Jesus died.  A year of perfect order is when Nisan 14 ( Passover ) falls on a Wednesday.  This year Nisan 14 fell on Monday April 10.  But that doesn't matter because the first Omer will always fall on the "morrow after the weekly Sabbath" which is always Sunday, and NOT on the day after the "high Sabbath" which is the 2nd day of the feast of Unleavened bread, Nisan 16.


I'am showing this years calendar below because I want you to see how to determine the day of First fruits which is the first Omer. And this year Easter Sunday was Firstfruits, and it also was the first Omer of 49 Omers.

Monday April 10 / Nisan 14 - Passover
Tue...............11 / Nisan 15 - first day of the seven days of Unleavened bread ( High sabbath ).
Wed.............12 / Nisan 16 - the first Omer of 49 Omers....according to rabbinical teaching ( This is incorrect! ).
Thur..............13
Fri.................14
Sabbath.......15....Jesus arose at the "END" of the weekly sabbath / beginning of the first day of the week, Sunday.
Sunday........16....Easter / First fruits / first Omer / the morrow after the weekly sabbath ( This is correct! )


The Jewish rabbis are in spiritual unbelief and reject Jesus as their Messiah. And they have taught all of this incorrectly intentionally so that they do not have to acknowledge Jesus as their Christ and Messiah. So they place the "first Omer" on Nisan 16 which is the morrow after the "high sabbath"(  Nisan 15 ) which is the first day of Unleavened bread .  This is why they have the first omer falling on Nisan 16 every year as a "fixed date." ..........Such unscriptural trickery!

 
Jesus died on a Wednesday which was Nisan 14 / Passover.  He was then taken down off of the cross before sundown which started the next day ( The Jews "new day" starts in the evening at sundown, and not in the morning ). This new day which began in the evening was Nisan 15 which was the first day of the feast of "Unleavened bread." This day was considered a "high sabbath" according to ( John 19:31 ). So then Jesus was taken down off of the cross and laid in the tomb in the evening before the start of Nisan 15 which was the first day of Unleavened bread ( A high Sabbath ).

Jesus spent three full days and three full nights in the tomb. Look below.

( Thursday ) From the evening and beginning of Nisan 15 to the close of Nisan 15 the next evening = one night and one day.
( Friday ).....From the evening and beginning of Nisan 16 to the close of Nisan 16 the next evening = one night and one day.
( Sabbath )..From the evening and beginning of Nisan 17 to the close of Nisan 17 the next evening = one night and one day.

And so Jesus arose from the tomb in a "year of perfect order" at the END of Sabbath / beginning of Sunday Nisan 18 which would have begun in the evening at the closing of Nisan 17. He was therefore in the tomb three full nights and three full days.  Jesus could NOT have died on a Thursday or a Friday according to when a Jewish day begins which is in the evening. If He would have died on a Thursday, then He would have risen at the END of "Sunday", and not at the END of the Sabbath and the beginning of the first day of the week, Sunday...........And if He would have died on a Friday, then He would have risen in the evening at the END of Monday. And so a Thursday or Friday crucifixion does NOT COMPUTE!   You can only get three full nights and three full days out of a Wednesday crucifixion.  Otherwise Jesus couldn't have risen at the "close" of the Sabbath.  Therefore Jesus arose in the "evening" at the END of the Sabbath, and the disciples did NOT go to the tomb UNTIL later in the early morning hours of Sunday which had already begun in the evening at the "close" of the sabbath day.


If Jesus happens to tarry between now and the 49th Omer ( Sabbath - June 3rd ) this year in 2017 , then the 49th Omer / 50th day of Pentecost is going to be a very high watch time for the Rapture of the Church to possibly take place?

And I find it extremely interesting in light of the fact that the 49th Omer falls on the "third day" of the month of June.  And I have already shown all of you how the modern Hebrew term "Rapture" ( Shalhoub ) is encoded in the phrase "In day the third" which is mentioned in the surface text of the Old Testament exactly 26 times.


[............In day the third.............]
ב  י  ו  ם  ה  ש  ל  י  ש   י
......ב........ו.........ה.........ל........ש  ( Rapture ).....Encoded and reads from left to right


In Christ, Tom Gaston
Rapturetj@comcast.net



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