Soon, we gather before the Throne,
Millions upon Millions, but, as if Alone.
He Waves His hand, and UP we GO,
Leaving, Sin, Failings, and Dross, Below.
By Arley Steinhour 050518
There ‘IS’ a Possibility,
Shavuot/Pentecost, be Late,
Considering the Probability,
‘Omer Count,’ we need to Recalculate.
This year, Passover, ‘a’ Sabbath,
Evented on ‘the’ Weekly-Sabbath,
In that, ‘The Morrow after ‘the’ Sabbath,’
Gave us ‘a’ ‘Two-day, Quadruple-Sabbath.’
By the method Rabbi’s have, of Counting,
‘Morrow After,’ fell neatly into Place,
On Second Doubling, demands Surmounting,
Of a need to espy, ‘Another Time-Space.’
Today, as I prepared the ‘Echo/Memory,’ below,
A Conundrum swept over my Understanding,
‘Pondering Thought, of “a,” and “the,” to ‘know,’
Related to ‘Sabbath’s,’ and ‘God’s Commanding.’
Feast Days of God, are considered ‘a’ Sabbath,
With ‘Weekly, Day Seven, Ensconced, as “The’ Only,’
So being treated to be like ‘Weekly-Sabbath,’
Is, more, like a Birthday, a Guide for Ceremony.
Leviticus Twenty-Three: Eleven-thru-Sixteen, (Lev 23:11-16)
Deals with specifics of ‘First Fruits, to Shavuot/Pentecost,’
April Eight, should have been ‘Omer-Day-One,’
Ergo, May Twenty-Seven, be ‘Shavuot/Pentecost.’
Shavuot’s Wave-Offering, is Two Omers of Wheat, to be Caked,
Into, Two Loaves, with Leavening, Waived at High Noon,
True, Shavuot/Pentecost, With Doubling of Waved and Baked,
First-Wave, for Jesus’ Ascension, Second for Church; Soon??
Four years old, and didn’t Pan-Out, as thought, so, ‘I’m Baaack:’
My Calculation process is still in tact: May 5, 2014:
Something has come to my attention that might interest you.
If you count the Omer, as is dictated by God, with the count starting 'the day after Shabbat/Sabbath, as sighted by the new moon, Pesach/Passover, April/Nissan 14 would have been April 13/14, sunset to sunset, with day-1 of Unleavened Bread starting at sunset (this year) Nissan/April 14, according to both Gregorian, and Hebrew calendars. Now the tricky part, Shavuot/Pentecost 'Must' be on the day """after""" the Sabbath, and if you count day-1 of Unleavened bread as day-1 of the Omer, as the Hebrew 'mechanical' Rabbinical counting is applied you cannot get a Shavuot on a Sunday, as is dictated in Leviticus 23:15 (Omer count starts), and Leviticus 23:16 (Omer count reaching another Sunday (day after Shabbat) on the 50th day). This year, according to the sighting of the New moon that started Nissan One, on Apr. 31, after sunset, so all of this rings-out that Shavuot/Pentecost 'day' will start at Sundown June 7, and close at sundown June 8.
June 8, this year, Shavuot, falls on the anniversary of Mohammad's 'Death.'
I may be barking up a tree, but, with the events of the day, what better day, for a … (Uneventful rambling excluded to save space back to two pages).
(PS: If you noticed, I’m not a good Prophet, but, one who Ponders
what God has to say, and the Daring, to air my thoughts for your Ponder.)