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Mark Biltz, The feast of Trumpets, the beginning of the Shmitah

Mark Biltz does a wonderful job of tying many things together.  Might this year which just began, be the Shmitah that precedes the Tribulation?  When the Lord returns, scriptures tell us, that it will be on Yom Teruah, the Day of Trumpets.   I recommend this short presentation. I think you will be blessed.  Get a note pad and take lots of good notes.

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One comment on “Mark Biltz, The feast of Trumpets, the beginning of the Shmitah

  1. Sue Arrott
    June 25, 2015

    No it is not the Sabbatical ( Shmitah ) year the Jubilee comes after the 7th sabbatical year in September according to Leviticus. Everyone agrees that the last Jubilee had to be the 1967 Six Day War in Israel, The Jubilee is 50 sabbatical years or Shmitha in Hebrew. Add 1967 + 50 yr. = 2017 is the Jubilee year, so September 2016 starts the 7th sabbatical year and in September 2017 starts the Jubilee year. In 1917 the Ottoman Empire 400 year reign ended and British gave back the land to Israel that to was a Jubilee year, that let up to taking Jerusalem in 1967. 1917+50=1967, 1967+50=2017.

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