| Explanation of the Twelve Transition Events in
Noah’s Year of Deliverance
|Event 4: Waters Prevail One Hundred Fifty Days
20 May 2011 to 16 October 2011
Throughout the symbology of Scriptures, waters are understood to represent people and their movements, both physically and socially. Revelation 17:15 clearly states this: “the waters which thou sawest . . . are peoples, and multitudes, and nations, and tongues.”
Flood waters, in particular, represent wicked people and their gushing flow of lies and vanity. “The floods of ungodly men made me afraid.” “The serpent cast out of his mouth water as a flood after the woman, that he might cause her to be carried away of the flood.” Psalms 18:4; Revelation 12:15.
For a hundred and fifty days, five months, the battling between Yehuveh’s righteousness and human wickedness continue. Throughout this time, the confusion and wickness of men prevail. From 20 May through 16 October 2011 Yehuveh is using natural and human disasters to “turn up the heat” on all mankind, but until this time is past, the traditions and vanities of men continue to prevail. If you have friends and relatives who cannot yet hear any of your appeals, be patient until this time is past. By the sure word of prophecy, these waters will begin to abate on 17 October 2011!
But, as will be seen later in this discussion of Noah’s Year of Deliverance, waters also represent the spiritual nurture and responsiveness of these people. “The Lamb-king which is in the midst of the throne shall feed them, and shall lead them unto living fountains of waters: and Elohim shall wipe away all tears from their eyes.” “I will give unto him that is athirst of the fountain of the water of life freely.” Revelation 7:17; 21:6.
Thus, when “the waters were dried up from off the earth,” there is no longer, among those who have not yet made a commitment to Yehuveh, anyone who can be influenced by Yehuveh’s instruction.
In fuller discussion, study these three significant words: waters, Revelation 8:10; earth, Revelation 5:13; dry, Revelation 16:12.
As discussed in reference to the uncounted days, when long prophecies are given in Scripture, most are literally-counted “evening-morning” days. Therefore, this 150 days can be counted on any calendar, including the presently used Gregorian calendar.
20-31 May 2011 12 days
1-30 June 2011 30 days
1-31 July 2011 31 days
1-31 August 2011 31 days
1-30 September 2011 30 days
1-16 October 2011 16 days
From the beginning date, 20 May 2011, this count continues to 16 October 2011.
During this time, there is considerable heart-appealing commotion all over the earth. The “forty days and forty nights” of natural and human disasters and their aftermath, of financial upheaval and political change, are followed with another one hundred and ten days of struggle between human dogmas and Yehuveh’s swelling tide of truth and righteousness.
Throughout all these events, spiritual influence and personal instruction and appeal are in all the earth. Once this one hundred and fifty days end, the appeals and influence, as well as the responsiveness of all who have not yielded during this time, will steadily decrease for the next one hundred and fifty days.
Originally Written: 8 May 2008
Latest Update: 10 July 2011
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