Considering Various Feasts As The Start Of Daniel's 70th Week

CAUTION: This section deals with various feast days beginning and therefore ending the 70th week of Daniel. I have written or gathered various documents that give views on the various feasts as beginning that week. ONLY ONE of these scenarios can be correct, or possibly none of them. These are investigative papers so the reader should bear this in mind as he reads this section.

Miscellaneous Notes Pertaining To Israel And Daniel/Revelation

General Research On All The Feasts As The Seasons Of God

  1. Shemini Atzeres (Feast)

Various Jewish Calenders On The Feasts

  1. Workable Calender And Fact Sheet On The Feasts
  2. Fact Chart For The Feasts By The Month
  3. Farm And Harvest Calender

Miscellaneous Notes From Daniel And Revelation

These notes do not specifically deal with the Feasts and these two books.

  1. Quick Comparison Of The Beast And Dragon (Rev. 12, 13, 17)

  2. Apollyon/Abaddon: The Beast From The Bottomless Pit
  3. Antichrist Types: Notes On Nimrod, Sennacherib, Assyria, Babylon, Nineveh
  4. Absalom As A Type Of Antichrist
  5. The Scorpions Of Revelation As A Scourge
  6. The Throne Of God Above The Cherubim

Miscellaneous Insights

  1. Daniel's "Seventy Weeks" - An Historical and Exegetical Analysis by Fred G. Zaspel - Confused about Daniel's 70th Week? This Analysis is one you may not have likely heard, but is sensible and is Scripturally easy on the mind.
  2. Gog And Magog

  3. Where Might Antichrist Seat Himself In The Temple?

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Sounding The Shofar

It is important to realize that the shofar is sounded primarily during the High Holy Days of Judaism:

The Feats of Trumpets (Rosh Hashana or New Year's Day)
The Day of Atonement (The Day of Judgement)
The Feast Of Tabernacles.

The Shofar Calls

The Tekiah: the "blast," one long blast with a clear tone.
The Shevarim: a "broken," sighing sound of three short calls.
The Teruah: the "alarm," a rapid series of nine or more very short notes.
The Tekiah Gedolah: "the great Tekiah," a single unbroken blast, held as long as possible. A combination of Tekiah, Shevarim, Teruah, ending with a Tekiah Gedolah.

"Sound the Shofar in Zion and sound the alarm in my holy mountain:
let all the inhabitants of the Land tremble:
for the day of the Lord cometh, it is nigh at hand" (Joel 2:1)

Though the Shofar, the blowing of the ram's horn, is being used throughout the revival to call people to establish the kingdom of God so Christ can return, the true time period of its importance is at the time of the true coming of Christ after The Great Tribulation. The Tikiah Gadolah, the third and long, single, ongoing sounding of the Shofar is called, by some, the Last Trump. If this be true, the revival is at least 7 years ahead of time for sounding it. Since one of the purposes of the shofar is to announce the Coronation of the King, one would wonder what coronation of what king they are so eager to announce?