The Open Scroll - Psalm-Dating the Events of the Famine Week

Psalm-Dating the Events of the Famine Week

By Bob Schlenker  (Prints about 8 pages)  updated 5/1/00

Dating events according to the Psalms, as by Deuteronomy, requires that we recognize its twists and turns. The remarkable Psalm 90 introduces a very special section. I already showed how Psalm 91 details some of the events of 1991, but I must say that the events of the following year/Psalms were pretty confusing and frustrating to me until only fairly recently. When you look at the other Psalms for the recently concluded Abundance week (1991-1998), you can vaguely see some of the events for the years outlined in the appropriately numbered Psalms. J.R. Church has been faithfully offering his insightful commentary on them on a regular basis through his publications and tapes. But even though these Psalms seemed to show the Famine week, it was not the Famine week! It seems rather odd, but they seem to be a preview of the Famine week set as the Psalms for the Abundance week. They appear to be a foreshadowing template. Let's consider the last of these years as we see the trend of merely foreshadowing in function begin to change to what I believe is the actual dating, where the years match the Psalms in fulfillment!
A psalm. Sing to the LORD a new song, for he has done marvelous things; his right hand and his holy arm have worked salvation for him. 2 The LORD has made his salvation known and revealed his righteousness to the nations. 3 He has remembered his love and his faithfulness to the house of Israel; all the ends of the earth have seen the salvation of our God. 4 Shout for joy to the LORD, all the earth, burst into jubilant song with music; 5 make music to the LORD with the harp, with the harp and the sound of singing, 6 with trumpets and the blast of the ram's horn-- shout for joy before the LORD, the King. 7 Let the sea resound, and everything in it, the world, and all who live in it. 8 Let the rivers clap their hands, let the mountains sing together for joy; 9 let them sing before the LORD, for he comes to judge the earth. He will judge the world in righteousness and the peoples with equity.  Psalms 98
The Psalm is about the celebration of the great Yobel, the great Jubilee. I believe this is in view in Psalm 98 because it previews the Famine week that will conclude with the Yobel. Given that 1998 is 50 years after 1948, when the Lord's Jubilee was granted by grace, I believe this year 1998 should have been acknowledged as beginning a Jubilee year. As the final year in the Abundance week, it would have been a Shmitah year, a required year of rest, the last such year in the seventh cycle of the counting of the Jubilee. Seeing no recognition of  any previous Shmitah in this 69th Jubilee cycle nor of the arrival of the Yobel, judgment has now fallen and the Famine week begun. There is a year of trouble for each Shmitah gone unobserved, and for each entire Jubilee cycle gone unobserved. Thus, "he comes to judge the earth" is fitting as interpreted in the future tense.

There is very convincing evidence about this preview template set forth in these Psalms numbered to correspond with the Abundance week in the fascinating correlation between the middle watch in the night and a 40 year wandering in the wilderness. Those who will serve in "Herod's" temple and refuse to heed the warning in Hebrews 3 are pictured in the relationship between Psalm 95 and 135. On to the next Psalm.
The LORD reigns, let the nations tremble; he sits enthroned between the cherubim, let the earth shake. 2 Great is the LORD in Zion; he is exalted over all the nations. 3 Let them praise your great and awesome name-- he is holy. 4 The King is mighty, he loves justice-- you have established equity; in Jacob you have done what is just and right. 5 Exalt the LORD our God and worship at his footstool; he is holy. 6 Moses and Aaron were among his priests, Samuel was among those who called on his name; they called on the LORD and he answered them. 7 He spoke to them from the pillar of cloud; they kept his statutes and the decrees he gave them. 8 O LORD our God, you answered them; you were to Israel a forgiving God, though you punished their misdeeds. 9 Exalt the LORD our God and worship at his holy mountain, for the LORD our God is holy.  Psalms 99
Given my assumptions about the purpose of the preceding Psalms, this Psalm also reflects the beginning of the Lord's reign from his throne in Zion that would have been, should the conditions for such a schedule have been met. Samuel is given mention here. His calling in 1 Samuel 3 is a type of the 144,000 being called, sealed and commissioned, serving when Eli was high priest. Note that Eli, who represents the proud religious leaders of Israel in the last days, died fat and nearly blind at the age of 98. By 1999, would he not have been raised to life, as well as Moses and Aaron? But the reality is that judgment must be executed in the earth before that time.
A psalm. For giving thanks. Shout for joy to the LORD, all the earth. 2 Worship the LORD with gladness; come before him with joyful songs. 3 Know that the LORD is God. It is he who made us, and we are his ; we are his people, the sheep of his pasture. 4 Enter his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise; give thanks to him and praise his name. 5 For the LORD is good and his love endures forever; his faithfulness continues through all generations.  Psalms 100
This Psalm reflects the worship during the Lord's millennial reign from Zion. Again, according to my previous commentary about the "preview template," this would have been in full swing in the year 2000. But now I see this trend of previewing where the year for the Psalm number is not directly associated to once again relate the correct Psalm in order to the proper year. In the year 2000, we expect an event that can be predicted with confidence, a celestial event. There is going to be a rare alignment I've called The Sign of the Heavenly Menorah.

The menorah is a seven branched lamp that was a fixture in the tabernacle and then in the temple. The buildings and the fixtures associated with them were all patterned carefully after that which is in heaven. (Hebrews 8:5) According to the Jewish historian Josephus (Antiquities of the Jews, book 3, chapter V11:7), the following seven celestial bodies represent the menorah: The Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn. It is a fact that these same seven heavenly lights will be aligned in a "straight" line in the year 2000 - in the constellation Aries. Because this alignment includes the Moon, which moves rapidly, it only lasts for a few days. This is a view of the alignment at the time of sunset in Jerusalem on May 3, 2000, which I have chosen in particular because the sun occupies the central or "servant candle" position. The 7 lamps from left to right are Mars, Saturn, Jupiter, Sun, Mercury, Moon, Venus.

According to Jewish tradition, construction began on both temples (by Solomon and then by Ezra) on anniversaries of the same day, the second day of the month Iyyar. The second of Iyyar, 5760 happens to be three or four days after the view in this scene, while the Moon is still only as far away as Taurus, a little to the left of where you see Mars.

Given the mention of the gates and courts in Psalm 100's description of joyful celebration, the temple is clearly in view!

The constellation Aries is known in the Hebrew as Taleh - "the lamb." The brightest, or, alpha star in Aries is named, El Nath which means; "wounded, slain." The beta star is Al Sheratan; "the bruised, the wounded." This zodiacal sign is an obvious picture of the lamb who was wounded and slain, our Lord Jesus Christ - the lamb of God of John 1:29 who takes away the sin of the world. According to Revelation 1:12 and following, the menorah is also a symbol of the Lord who is the Lamb, with his church over which he is the shepherd.

I want you to consider what is written about this Lamb in Revelation 21:22:
I did not see a temple in the city, because the Lord God Almighty and the Lamb are its temple.
It is very interesting that the Lord God Almighty and the Lamb are the temple in the New Jerusalem. If the heavenly menorah is "in the Lamb" (Aries) it is symbolically placed in the temple in the New Jerusalem. Given that the Psalm for the year of that sign invites people to "Enter his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise," it may well be obeyed in that time, but yet in "Herod's" temple. We shall see! Certainly, the marking of the anniversary of the day construction began on the earthly temple twice before in history by such a unique celestial sign suggests that we should watch Iyyar 2, 5760 (2000 AD) very closely for a similar kind of event.
Of David. A psalm. I will sing of your love and justice; to you, O LORD, I will sing praise. 2 I will be careful to lead a blameless life-- when will you come to me? I will walk in my house with blameless heart. 3 I will set before my eyes no vile thing. The deeds of faithless men I hate; they will not cling to me. 4 Men of perverse heart shall be far from me; I will have nothing to do with evil. 5 Whoever slanders his neighbor in secret, him will I put to silence; whoever has haughty eyes and a proud heart, him will I not endure. 6 My eyes will be on the faithful in the land, that they may dwell with me; he whose walk is blameless will minister to me. 7 No one who practices deceit will dwell in my house; no one who speaks falsely will stand in my presence. 8 Every morning I will put to silence all the wicked in the land; I will cut off every evildoer from the city of the LORD.  Psalms 101
In the year 2001, many dramatic and awesome events are expected, being the third Watch of the Night. I love this Psalm! The separation of the church is in view as the Bride is removed. Verses 1 and 2 are the Bride speaking. Her heart's desire is voiced as she asks, "When will you come to me?" eagerly anticipating the bridegroom's coming to steal her away in the night. Verses 3-5 are expressions appropriate for the Bride, seen perhaps more clearly in this light from the LXX rendering. Verses 6-8 are clearly Y'shua's declaration. First we see his focus upon and selection of the Bride, who will dwell in his house! Those who are worthy will stand in his presence. Since the morning follows the evening and the bride is stolen away in the night, verse 8's declaration that all the wicked in the land will be cut off early, or "every morning," which speaks to me of those left behind because they were wicked evildoers and not blameless, the subjects of the next Psalm.
A prayer of an afflicted man. When he is faint and pours out his lament before the LORD. Hear my prayer, O LORD; let my cry for help come to you. 2 Do not hide your face from me when I am in distress. Turn your ear to me; when I call, answer me quickly. 3 For my days vanish like smoke; my bones burn like glowing embers. 4 My heart is blighted and withered like grass; I forget to eat my food. 5 Because of my loud groaning I am reduced to skin and bones. 6 I am like a desert owl, like an owl among the ruins. 7 I lie awake; I have become like a bird alone on a roof. 8 All day long my enemies taunt me; those who rail against me use my name as a curse. 9 For I eat ashes as my food and mingle my drink with tears 10 because of your great wrath, for you have taken me up and thrown me aside. 11 My days are like the evening shadow; I wither away like grass. 12 But you, O LORD, sit enthroned forever; your renown endures through all generations. 13 You will arise and have compassion on Zion, for it is time to show favor to her; the appointed time has come. 14 For her stones are dear to your servants; her very dust moves them to pity. 15 The nations will fear the name of the LORD, all the kings of the earth will revere your glory. 16 For the LORD will rebuild Zion and appear in his glory. 17 He will respond to the prayer of the destitute; he will not despise their plea. 18 Let this be written for a future generation, that a people not yet created may praise the LORD: 19 "The LORD looked down from his sanctuary on high, from heaven he viewed the earth, 20 to hear the groans of the prisoners and release those condemned to death." 21 So the name of the LORD will be declared in Zion and his praise in Jerusalem 22 when the peoples and the kingdoms assemble to worship the LORD. 23 In the course of my life he broke my strength; he cut short my days. 24 So I said: "Do not take me away, O my God, in the midst of my days; your years go on through all generations. 25 In the beginning you laid the foundations of the earth, and the heavens are the work of your hands. 26 They will perish, but you remain; they will all wear out like a garment. Like clothing you will change them and they will be discarded. 27 But you remain the same, and your years will never end. 28 The children of your servants will live in your presence; their descendants will be established before you."  Psalms 102
The context of this Psalm is the time of great tribulation. The key words abound - lament, faint, distress. Those left behind will be severely tried. This Psalm was surely on the lips of those who endured the holocaust earlier this century as many were reduced to skin and bones. This year 2002 is the one in which the abomination of desolation will occur. Those in Judea are instructed to flee and not look back. The focus of activity will be the city of Jerusalem, Zion, in Judea. When the relationship between Psalm 95 and 135 is understood, the plight of the people in view in the latter part of this Psalm that represents the middle watch of the night will become very dear to you. The Levitical servants who are preparing for service in what is to be the last rendition of "Herod's" temple are in for a big surprise. As with the those who made it across the Jordan after the wilderness journey, the children of his servants will live in the Lords' presence....eventually.

In contrast to the miserable persecution many will endure in the fiery furnace, another group of people will have been taken away out of the dragon's reach near to the Lord in Goshen, having been given the two wings of the great eagle. The next Psalm gives us a window into this wonderful situation. What follows is so incredibly awesome!
Of David. Praise the LORD, O my soul; all my inmost being, praise his holy name. 2 Praise the LORD, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits-- 3 who forgives all your sins and heals all your diseases, 4 who redeems your life from the pit and crowns you with love and compassion, 5 who satisfies your desires with good things so that your youth is renewed like the eagle's. 6 The LORD works righteousness and justice for all the oppressed. 7 He made known his ways to Moses, his deeds to the people of Israel: 8 The LORD is compassionate and gracious, slow to anger, abounding in love. 9 He will not always accuse, nor will he harbor his anger forever; 10 he does not treat us as our sins deserve or repay us according to our iniquities. 11 For as high as the heavens are above the earth, so great is his love for those who fear him; 12 as far as the east is from the west, so far has he removed our transgressions from us. 13 As a father has compassion on his children, so the LORD has compassion on those who fear him; 14 for he knows how we are formed, he remembers that we are dust. 15 As for man, his days are like grass, he flourishes like a flower of the field; 16 the wind blows over it and it is gone, and its place remembers it no more. 17 But from everlasting to everlasting the Lord's love is with those who fear him, and his righteousness with their children's children-- 18 with those who keep his covenant and remember to obey his precepts. 19 The LORD has established his throne in heaven, and his kingdom rules over all. 20 Praise the LORD, you his angels, you mighty ones who do his bidding, who obey his word. 21 Praise the LORD, all his heavenly hosts, you his servants who do his will. 22 Praise the LORD, all his works everywhere in his dominion. Praise the LORD, O my soul.  Psalms 103
The first clue to this verse's context is verse 5's reference to the eagle. Remember the equivalent Deuteronomy verses?

In a desert land he found him, in a barren and howling waste. He shielded him and cared for him; he guarded him as the apple of his eye, 11  like an eagle that stirs up its nest and hovers over its young, that spreads its wings to catch them and carries them on its pinions.  Deuteronomy 32:10-11

We saw these people in Revelation 12 as the woman who flies into the desert. We saw them in Genesis 45-46 as Jacob and his family. These people were the close relatives of the brothers. Considering the antitype, we might expect them to be the close relatives of the 144k.
 He took with him to Egypt his sons and grandsons and his daughters and granddaughters--all his offspring.  Genesis 46:7
Notice that family relationships are evident in Psalm 103:13 and 17.  We see this family relationship, too, in the parallel account from Revelation
Then the dragon was enraged at the woman and went off to make war against the rest of her offspring--those who obey God's commandments and hold to the testimony of Jesus. Revelation 12:17
Another connection between Revelation 12 and Psalm 103 can be seen in the phrases I highlighted blue. Isn't this overwhelming? WOW!

Yet another point of interest is verse 19's note that the Lord has established his throne in heaven. Wouldn't they know full well, since they would be there - Egypt being a type of heaven. And from verse 11, will they themselves not have been moved as far away as their sins - to heaven's Goshen?

The Psalm closes with a focus upon the Lord's angelic hosts, the mighty servants who do his will. There will be some major activity in the heavens in 2003! Look at the seal judgments and see if you notice any mighty angels who do his bidding.

This next Psalm overflows with the import of the prophet's messages from all the ages past.
Praise the LORD, O my soul. O LORD my God, you are very great; you are clothed with splendor and majesty. 2 He wraps himself in light as with a garment; he stretches out the heavens like a tent 3 and lays the beams of his upper chambers on their waters. He makes the clouds his chariot and rides on the wings of the wind. 4 He makes winds his messengers, flames of fire his servants. 5 He set the earth on its foundations; it can never be moved. 6 You covered it with the deep as with a garment; the waters stood above the mountains. 7 But at your rebuke the waters fled, at the sound of your thunder they took to flight; 8 they flowed over the mountains, they went down into the valleys, to the place you assigned for them. 9 You set a boundary they cannot cross; never again will they cover the earth. 10 He makes springs pour water into the ravines; it flows between the mountains. 11 They give water to all the beasts of the field; the wild donkeys quench their thirst. 12 The birds of the air nest by the waters; they sing among the branches. 13 He waters the mountains from his upper chambers; the earth is satisfied by the fruit of his work. 14 He makes grass grow for the cattle, and plants for man to cultivate-- bringing forth food from the earth: 15 wine that gladdens the heart of man, oil to make his face shine, and bread that sustains his heart. 16 The trees of the LORD are well watered, the cedars of Lebanon that he planted. 17 There the birds make their nests; the stork has its home in the pine trees. 18 The high mountains belong to the wild goats; the crags are a refuge for the coneys. 19 The moon marks off the seasons, and the sun knows when to go down. 20 You bring darkness, it becomes night, and all the beasts of the forest prowl. 21 The lions roar for their prey and seek their food from God. 22 The sun rises, and they steal away; they return and lie down in their dens. 23 Then man goes out to his work, to his labor until evening. 24 How many are your works, O LORD! In wisdom you made them all; the earth is full of your creatures. 25 There is the sea, vast and spacious, teeming with creatures beyond number-- living things both large and small. 26 There the ships go to and fro, and the leviathan, which you formed to frolic there. 27 These all look to you to give them their food at the proper time. 28 When you give it to them, they gather it up; when you open your hand, they are satisfied with good things. 29 When you hide your face, they are terrified; when you take away their breath, they die and return to the dust. 30 When you send your Spirit, they are created, and you renew the face of the earth. 31 May the glory of the LORD endure forever; may the LORD rejoice in his works-- 32 he who looks at the earth, and it trembles, who touches the mountains, and they smoke. 33 I will sing to the LORD all my life; I will sing praise to my God as long as I live. 34 May my meditation be pleasing to him, as I rejoice in the LORD. 35 But may sinners vanish from the earth and the wicked be no more. Praise the LORD, O my soul. Praise the LORD.  Psalms 104
Did you notice how prominent water is in verses 6-16? This welcome arrival of water follows a severe drought that will have lasted for the 3 1/2 years. Consider the following passages.
Elijah was a man just like us. He prayed earnestly that it would not rain, and it did not rain on the land for three and a half years. 18 Again he prayed, and the heavens gave rain, and the earth produced its crops.  James 5:17-18
See, I will send you the prophet Elijah before that great and dreadful day of the LORD comes. 6 He will turn the hearts of the fathers to their children, and the hearts of the children to their fathers; or else I will come and strike the land with a curse.  Malachi 4:5-6
And I will give power to my two witnesses, and they will prophesy for 1,260 days, clothed in sackcloth." 4 These are the two olive trees and the two lampstands that stand before the Lord of the earth. 5 If anyone tries to harm them, fire comes from their mouths and devours their enemies. This is how anyone who wants to harm them must die. 6 These men have power to shut up the sky so that it will not rain during the time they are prophesying; and they have power to turn the waters into blood and to strike the earth with every kind of plague as often as they want. Revelation 11:3-6
When you look on the chart of the watches in the night, observe that the close of the 3 1/2 years coincides with the end of 6 days of man's "work week from hell." The Shabbat watch of the night begins in 2004, and thus verse 23's comment makes a lot of sense. That will be his last, for the righteous will rest from his work on the sabbath. Then verse 24 asks, "how many are your works, O Lord" He will work to humble and purge the earth and give his people rest.

Notice that the ships that go to and fro and the leviathan that frolics in the sea, along with the living things both large and small in the sea are terrified when the Lord hides his face. Notice, too, that they die and return to the dust when he takes away their breath. The sea of humanity is this sea and the creatures in the sea are those who still reject Y'shua. Isaiah had a relevant word to say about the situation.
Go, my people, enter your rooms and shut the doors behind you; hide yourselves for a little while until his wrath has passed by. 21 See, the LORD is coming out of his dwelling to punish the people of the earth for their sins. The earth will disclose the blood shed upon her; she will conceal her slain no longer. 27:1  In that day, the LORD will punish with his sword, his fierce, great and powerful sword, Leviathan the gliding serpent, Leviathan the coiling serpent; he will slay the monster of the sea.  Isaiah 26:20-27:1
John the revelator had a similar word about the fall of Babylon.
In one hour such great wealth has been brought to ruin!' "Every sea captain, and all who travel by ship, the sailors, and all who earn their living from the sea, will stand far off. 18 When they see the smoke of her burning, they will exclaim, 'Was there ever a city like this great city?' 19 They will throw dust on their heads, and with weeping and mourning cry out: "'Woe! Woe, O great city, where all who had ships on the sea became rich through her wealth! In one hour she has been brought to ruin! 20 Rejoice over her, O heaven! Rejoice, saints and apostles and prophets! God has judged her for the way she treated you.'" 21 Then a mighty angel picked up a boulder the size of a large millstone and threw it into the sea, and said: "With such violence the great city of Babylon will be thrown down, never to be found again.  Revelation 18:17-21
Verse 32 (he who looks at the earth, and it trembles, who touches the mountains, and they smoke.) alludes back to the covenant made at Sinai, the accountability of which is a major factor in the plight of the Jews at that time. Another view of that time can be seen in the following passage.
I watched as he opened the sixth seal. There was a great earthquake. The sun turned black like sackcloth made of goat hair, the whole moon turned blood red, 13 and the stars in the sky fell to earth, as late figs drop from a fig tree when shaken by a strong wind. 14 The sky receded like a scroll, rolling up, and every mountain and island was removed from its place. 15 Then the kings of the earth, the princes, the generals, the rich, the mighty, and every slave and every free man hid in caves and among the rocks of the mountains. 16 They called to the mountains and the rocks, "Fall on us and hide us from the face of him who sits on the throne and from the wrath of the Lamb! 17 For the great day of their wrath has come, and who can stand?"  Revelation 6:12-17
The great day of their wrath is the last day of the week, the seventh watch of the night. Then, the seventh seal is opened, which will include the woes and bowl judgments. Through the outworking of this process, Psalm 104:35's expression will become a reality. Sinners vanish from the earth and the wicked be no more, a fitting conclusion to the campaign of Armageddon as Satan's attempt to purge the righteous from the earth fails.

The concluding Psalm is as follows.
Give thanks to the LORD, call on his name; make known among the nations what he has done. 2 Sing to him, sing praise to him; tell of all his wonderful acts. 3 Glory in his holy name; let the hearts of those who seek the LORD rejoice. 4 Look to the LORD and his strength; seek his face always. 5 Remember the wonders he has done, his miracles, and the judgments he pronounced, 6 O descendants of Abraham his servant, O sons of Jacob, his chosen ones. 7 He is the LORD our God; his judgments are in all the earth. 8 He remembers his covenant forever, the word he commanded, for a thousand generations, 9 the covenant he made with Abraham, the oath he swore to Isaac. 10 He confirmed it to Jacob as a decree, to Israel as an everlasting covenant: 11 "To you I will give the land of Canaan as the portion you will inherit." 12 When they were but few in number, few indeed, and strangers in it, 13 they wandered from nation to nation, from one kingdom to another. 14 He allowed no one to oppress them; for their sake he rebuked kings: 15 "Do not touch my anointed ones; do my prophets no harm." 16 He called down famine on the land and destroyed all their supplies of food; 17 and he sent a man before them-- Joseph, sold as a slave. 18 They bruised his feet with shackles, his neck was put in irons, 19 till what he foretold came to pass, till the word of the LORD proved him true. 20 The king sent and released him, the ruler of peoples set him free. 21 He made him master of his household, ruler over all he possessed, 22 to instruct his princes as he pleased and teach his elders wisdom. 23 Then Israel entered Egypt; Jacob lived as an alien in the land of Ham. 24 The LORD made his people very fruitful; he made them too numerous for their foes, 25 whose hearts he turned to hate his people, to conspire against his servants. 26 He sent Moses his servant, and Aaron, whom he had chosen. 27 They performed his miraculous signs among them, his wonders in the land of Ham. 28 He sent darkness and made the land dark-- for had they not rebelled against his words? 29 He turned their waters into blood, causing their fish to die. 30 Their land teemed with frogs, which went up into the bedrooms of their rulers. 31 He spoke, and there came swarms of flies, and gnats throughout their country. 32 He turned their rain into hail, with lightning throughout their land; 33 he struck down their vines and fig trees and shattered the trees of their country. 34 He spoke, and the locusts came, grasshoppers without number; 35 they ate up every green thing in their land, ate up the produce of their soil. 36 Then he struck down all the firstborn in their land, the firstfruits of all their manhood. 37 He brought out Israel, laden with silver and gold, and from among their tribes no one faltered. 38 Egypt was glad when they left, because dread of Israel had fallen on them. 39 He spread out a cloud as a covering, and a fire to give light at night. 40 They asked, and he brought them quail and satisfied them with the bread of heaven. 41 He opened the rock, and water gushed out; like a river it flowed in the desert. 42 For he remembered his holy promise given to his servant Abraham. 43 He brought out his people with rejoicing, his chosen ones with shouts of joy; 44 he gave them the lands of the nations, and they fell heir to what others had toiled for-- 45 that they might keep his precepts and observe his laws. Praise the LORD.  Psalms 105
Morning has broken, the sun of righteousness has arisen - the Lord judges the earth and reigns from Zion. His people Israel have been delivered. The great Yobel, the great Jubilee has arrived! Hallelujah!!! The plagues upon the wicked oppressors are over, the final exodus has been accomplished and the main group of his people have entered the promised land. This victorious situation is the subject of many, many prophecies. One of many that come to mind is the following from Zechariah.
Then the LORD will go out and fight against those nations, as he fights in the day of battle. 4 On that day his feet will stand on the Mount of Olives, east of Jerusalem, and the Mount of Olives will be split in two from east to west, forming a great valley, with half of the mountain moving north and half moving south. 5 You will flee by my mountain valley, for it will extend to Azel. You will flee as you fled from the earthquake in the days of Uzziah king of Judah. Then the LORD my God will come, and all the holy ones with him. 6 On that day there will be no light, no cold or frost. 7 It will be a unique day, without daytime or nighttime--a day known to the LORD. When evening comes, there will be light. 8 On that day living water will flow out from Jerusalem, half to the eastern sea and half to the western sea, in summer and in winter. 9 The LORD will be king over the whole earth. On that day there will be one LORD, and his name the only name. Zechariah 14:3-9
Praise the Lord!