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              Noah’s Year of Deliverance
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Event 5: Day of Restarting (Atonement)
10day – 7month – 7year – 7week
7 October 2011  

Leviticus 23:27, 32 (26-32)       The “day of atonement . . . shall be unto you a Sabbath of
                rest, and ye shall afflict your souls.”

        This particular
Day of Restarting (Atonement), coming only eight days before the end of the one hundred fifty days of “prevailing waters” is marked by a deep repentance and re-consecration to Yehuveh among all the returning people. Witnessing the upheaval in the world through the past five months, everyone who has a heart to follow Yehuveh’s ways now makes a full consecration to Him.

Event 6Feast of Harvest Ingathering (Tabernacles)
days – 7month – 7year – 7week
12-19 October 2011   

Leviticus 23:41 (34-43)        “Ye shall keep it [Feast of Harvest Ingathering (Tabernacles)] a
                feast unto Yehuveh. . . . a statute for ever.”

        For eight wonderful days Yehuveh’s returning people of
Israel, and many willing to join them from all nations, celebrate a joyous Feast of Harvest Ingathering (Tabernacles) in the manner anciently requested by Yehuveh. This turning again to Yehuveh turns the course of events for all the world. Midway through this week, on 16 October 2011 the stormy waters of human turmoil cease their rising and the next day they began to decrease.

Event 7Ark Rests on Elevated Fear of Yehuveh (Mount Ararat)
17day – 7month – 7year – 7week
14 October 2011

Genesis 8:4        “The ark rested in the seventh month, on the seventeenth day of the
                month, upon the mountains of Ararat.”

       Yehuveh’s people, on this specific day, know again what it is to
fear Yehuveh with a reverence that will keep them from ever again turning from His instructions. I will make an everlasting covenant with them, that I will not turn away from them, to do them good; but I will put My fear in their hearts, that they shall not depart from Me.” Resting on Mount Ararat is a far more powerful reality than the casual reader realizes. Mount Ararat represents the highest elevation of human commitment to keeping Yehuveh’s instructions. Ararat is from the Hebrew word 'Ararat [H0780] which, in his Hebrew Dictionary, James Strong says is a word “of foreign origin.” It is not. Rather, it has four consonants, making it a Hebrew compound word. The two foundation words are arah [H0717], a primary root verb meaning “to pluck, to pick (produce, eggs, or other items); to gather” and an unused root verb ratah [from which H7374, “to tremble; terror, fear,” is derived]. Yehuveh’s people come to rest when they choose (pick) to fear Him. “The fear of Yehuveh is the beginning of wisdom: and the knowledge of the holy is understanding.” “Happy is the man that feareth alway: but he that hardeneth his heart shall fall into mischief.” “A wise man feareth, and departeth from evil.” Such fear of Yehuveh at this time will be not only life-changing, but indeed globally earth-changing.  Jeremiah 32:40; Proverbs 9:10; 28:14; 14:16.

Gael Bataman
Originally Written:            27 April 2009
Latest Update:                  10 July 2011

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