Explanation of the Twelve Transition Events in 
  Noah’s Year of Deliverance
Page 10

Event 10Sending Out a Raven and a Dove
3 February, 10 February, and 17 February 2012
        The dove is commonly accepted as a symbol of peace by spiritual and secular people alike. Dove, in Genesis 8:8-12, is translated from yownah [H3123], which is also translated dove in all nine remaining uses.
        Twice in
The Song of Solomon dove is associated with being “undefiled,” pure, honest. True peace indeed flows from pure integrity. The Song of Solomon 5:2; 6:9.
        Three times, a week between each, on
3 February, 10 February, and 17 February 2012, Yehuveh’s restored people makes an honest, earnest appeals to everyone else to make peace with Yehuveh. Some people responded to each of the first two appeals. Then when the final appeal is accepted by some and rejected by the rest, this chapter of earth’s history closes.
“The dove . . . returned not again . . . any more.” Genesis 8:12.
        Humanity has received Yehuveh’s last appeals, and each person has made his final decision.

Gael Bataman
Originally Written:             9 May 2008
Latest Update:                 11 July 2011

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