Get wisdom - seek for her as for silver
1st Amendment of the U.S. Constitution
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
While working on your lesson for this week, I discovered the following, last night. I decided to send this instead and the other lesson I will send next time. If it is important to God to continue to show me how close we are, and there is validity to the timeline, then you need to see it too. This is really short; 10 minutes at most, do not skip any of it.
I was reading the scriptures in Psalm 90 that declare that God has given man 70 - 80 years. While I was reading, I just happened to notice something I missed before, it was in the title to the Psalm. It attributes Psalm 90 to Moses! It is considered to be possibly one of the oldest Psalms. So why isn't it Psalm 1? Well, that is a whole other lesson in Hebrew literature, number meanings and so on.
I can briefly tell you that Mosheh, Moses' Hebrew name in misparim (don't ask) adds up to 90. Water also adds up to 90. Moses was associated with water all his life, and each time it was extremely significant.
Found floating in a basket in water
Moses was named meaning by Pharaoh's daughter to mean "out of water"
Moses saved the daughters of Jethro at the well, waters, of Median
God used Moses:
To turn the waters of the Nile to blood
To part the Red Sea
To strike the rock to give water in the desert to Israelites
Anyway, I think you see why God has placed Moses' Psalm in the #90 spot.
So, once I saw that the Psalm was something Moses spoke I re-read the entire Psalm to see what else I missed.
Moses is the one man who lived to be 120 years old.
Moses was the one who taught Israel to observe and count God's Feast of Jubilee, every 50th year.
Man's days would be 120 Jubilees or 6000 years.
I called this 120 x 50 Pattern the "Sign of Moses" in our lesson.
7-Day Creation Pattern represented 7000 years.
A thousand years is as a day.
Let me show you a couple of things from this Psalm of Moses, Psalm 90:
Psalm 90:1-2 A prayer by Moses, the man of God. O Lord, you have been our refuge throughout every generation. Before the mountains were born, before you gave birth to the earth and the world, you were God. You are God from everlasting to everlasting.
Psalm 90:3 You turn mortals back into dust and say, "Return, descendants of Adam."
*Some say Return speaks simply of returning to dust. Some say Return speaks of mortality calling out for man to repent before death strikes.
Psalm 90:4 Indeed, in your sight a thousand years are like a single day, like yesterday-already past- like an hour in the night....
Psalm 90:9 For all our days are passed away in thy wrath: we spend our years as a tale that is told.
1Co 10:11 Now all these things happened unto them for ensamples: and they are written for our admonition, upon whom the ends of the world are come.
Psalm 90:10 The years of our life are seventy, or even by reason of strength eighty; yet their span is but toil and trouble; they are soon gone, and we fly away.....
The man who lived to be 120 stated this before God. He knew that man's lifespan would eventually be 70 - 80 years.
Psalm 90:12 Teach us to number each of our days so that we may grow in wisdom.
I believe this statement has a prophetic significance beyond the simple advice in wisdom. What we are doing, we who live in this last generation is numbering our days in order to understand the times in which we live and there-by grow in wisdom!!
Psalm 90:13 Return, LORD! How long...? Have pity, O LORD, on your servants!....
Why pity? Because when He returns, Israel will be under siege and He returns with great judgment.
Psalm 90:14-17: Look at this:
* Satisfy us every morning with your mercy so that we may sing joyfully and rejoice all our days.
* Make us rejoice for as many days as you have made us suffer, for as many years as we have experienced evil.
* Let us, your servants, see what you can do. Let our children see your glorious power. Let the kindness of the Lord our God be with us.
* Make us successful in everything we do. Yes, make us successful in everything we do.
I see the above part of the Psalm being fulfilled for Israel right now, as a token of the beautiful years to come.
* They are back in their own land, no longer brutalized or slaves. That alone gives reason to rejoice.
* Often times, they became slaves, experienced evil because they violated the Shmita, which resulted in 70 years or groups of 70's, of punishment. Is it possible that this 70 years, from 1947 is the prophetic answer to Moses' Psalm? 70 years of success in their own land in token for the 70's of punishment until they are completely rewarded during the millennium?
* During the Magog war, around their 70th year, God shows them what He can do, and to their children, who haven't seen the miracles of old, He shows them His glorious power!
* Israel has surpassed the success of all of her neighbors in 66 short years.
It appears to me, that the most important elements of Israel's last generation being 70 years before destruction follows is held within this Psalm by Moses of all people.
Moses' Psalm = Sign of Moses is 120, and the overall pattern for Israel from birth to Jesus' return.
Moses confirms a thousand years is as a day = whole creation pattern of 7000 years
Moses' life and many others spent their years as a tale to be told to every generation, especially us.
Moses asked God to teach us how to count our days = because there is a prophetic pattern.
Moses asked Him to return but when? We know if we number our days.
Moses asked for pity for the Hebrews when He returns with judgment.
Moses last 4 verses are being partially fulfilled right now in Israel's 70 years before trouble comes.
Get Ready, time is short; Jesus really is on His way!