"merry Bel-mass and the Rod of The Lord..Whos day is it anyway?
Posted 11 December 2009 - 12:05 PM
God owns everything and satan can not usurp Christmas from our Lord. He is the Light hung on the tree for us. He is the silent Holy night...It my contention that though baal manipulated the day, Jesus has the last laugh. He is the tree of life. He ultimately makes the tree grow. He is the Light stepped down into darkness. What greater example of light triumphing over darkness then to have His birth celebrated on the shortest darkest nights of the year. ..at least in this hemisphere where the discussion is taking place.
Why isn't there more commentary as to why the Lords rod is swallowing up the tree portrayed in this code as Christmas?
Is this code refering indirectly to 2012? And if not why the Christmas tree?
QUOTE (Miki @ Dec 11 2009, 06:17 AM) Jesus is honored when we celebrate his birth in Spirit and in truth.
He's calling his people to hold up the light in darkness. To take back from the enemy all things he tries to steal.
Especially this day. Let your Joy be full as we enter into the light of the season.
Lift his name on high. He came from heaven to earth to show the way..from the cross to grave from the gave to the sky..Lift his name on high.
Jesus said "I am the light of the world". What greater symbolic message than to celebrate the light at the darkest time of the year...and what a great testimony to a dark world as we explain how the lights are hung on the tree..How the light of the world was hung on a tree for us.
The devil has tried to steal this day. Let's take it back and use for good what the devil meant for evil.
Wave his banner..lift his name..Rejoice!
Don't cower in the face of secularism but stand for the Lord. Let the beauty of the season reflect through your actions to others..The sweet peaceful silent night erupts in the Glorious message of mercy and love.
Tell the people Christ is coming again! What a great opportunity to explain his second coming in light of the first..
Messiah is Coming!
Seize the day!
QUOTE (Miki @ Dec 10 2009, 07:34 AM) The devil has no day...zero...ALL belongs to Christ.
He can lay his blanket of symbolism down and try to lay claim to it...but
Matt 11:12 tells us that
the reign of the heavens doth suffer violence, and violent men do take it by force, ...
We give nothing to the enemy..His claim has ended through the redemption of Christ.
Walk on it and lay claim to it!.....in Jesus name.
Go into the Pagans house...not as an iconoclast that nobody will ever relate to...but go into the darkness carrying the light of love.Teach people what the real meaning of Christian fellowship is.. Not by turning the lights off..but by turning them On!.. In Jesus name.
The world has always celebrated Christmas like pagans..but what has that got to do with us?
We are to celebrate in Spirit and in truth.
We are the light in the darkness.
Posted on: Dec 9 2009, 02:24 PM
beg to differ with you!
Christmas isn't pagan...The king of pagan mixed himself with OUR holiday...not the other way around. He manipulated it.
Take the day back from him.
Celebrate the light in the darkest, shortest days of the year.
I love it Lord! It's an "in your face" satan kind of thing! Thank you Jesus for swallowing up the darkness of death and sin.
John 10: 27-30
Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path. Psa. 119: 105
Posted 13 December 2009 - 12:59 PM
To me, the Festival of Lights (Hanukkah) answers to Christmas as Passover does to Easter. What is sad, however, is that Christians know more about Christmas and Easter than they do Hanukkah and Passover.
I do not believe we are obligated to keep any day, however, we miss a lot when we do a complete substitute of one for the other. God has redeemed the day as well as the man (just as He redeemed the nation as well as the land in the Old Testament days), but we do well to at least have a good understanding of God's feasts that foreshadowed Christ's coming, rather than just the pagan ones that were redeemed from their fallen state and refilled again with the original meaning intended for them, that is, the celebration of the light of Messiah among the nations.
My guess is that this is what the Baal-mas bible code is saying. The usurper of the symbols about Messiah is cast down!
What was so interesting about this code is that it was discovered Christmas morning in 1995.
I don't think so!
Here is a quote from the "New Bible Codes" page.
(Christmas morning, 2005)
includes... King Kong verses The Lion of Narnia!
(Dec. 27, 2005)
Some more information...
Posted 13 December 2009 - 01:23 PM
Dec. 25 morning, 2005 (when Bel-mas code discovered) + 7 solar years (=2557 days) = Dec. 25 morning, 2012.
Dec. 25 morning, 2005 + 7 years on 360 calendar (1260 + 1290 days = 2550) = Dec. 18 morning, 2012.
The week of days and years is always divided in half, so that the middle of the week of Dec. 18-25, 2012 is Dec. 21 evening, 2012.
This the very day of the so called "End of the Word" thing, with the Mayan calendar, and the very evening too!
This also fits in well with the chart already posted several months ago, and so the coincidences continue to mount.
And did you know that you posted your thoughts on "Baal-mas" on Dec. 11, 2009, with Hanukkah commencing that very evening!
The connection of Bel-mass (that is, the god] Bel of Babylon) with the 1260 + 1290 years from the fall of Babylon in 539 BC is obvious. As the prophets often said: God was judging the gods of Babylon as well the people in 539 BC. And this is what is described here in the 'Bel-mass' code located in Isaiah 46:1-4.
Isa 46:1 The gods Bel and Nebo are down on their knees, as wooden images of them are carried away on weary animals.
Isa 46:2 They are down on their knees to rescue the heavy load, but the images are still taken to a foreign country.
Posted 13 December 2009 - 01:59 PM
(Also see my website, www.1260-1290-days-bible-prophecy.org. Note the address of the website! This domain name was purchased March of 2003, which can be easily verified. This site also goes by the name, "The Writing on the Wall", (i.e., at the fall of Babylon). This website, in turn, is based upon an earlier website 7 years before that.
So, what's my point?
It happens that, "1260 + 1290 days/years" has been the name of this website for many years, with the fall of Babylon a main focus. The domain name was not merely purchased recently so as to 'jump on the bandwagon' of the subject of 2012. God has been revealing to me the meaning of biblical time frames long ago, beginning Oct 22, 1991.)
Posted 13 December 2009 - 02:10 PM
Posted 13 December 2009 - 03:07 PM
... we do well to at least have a good understanding of God's feasts that foreshadowed Christ's coming, rather than just the pagan ones ...