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When Will The Thieves Fall
Part III:

Puzzle Pieces
(Even The Thieves And Other Wrongdoers Are Entitled To Know The Truth)


          When one commences to assemble the myriad pieces of a vast puzzle, several pieces must be assembled even before each facet of the picture may be seen.   Even then each must be fitted in their proper places to become truly meaningful.   The Scriptures are no different.

           Furthermore, one may approach a puzzle from any number of starting places but the end result, if correct, provides the same overall picture.

          Conversely, those who have been unable to put the picture together obviously are trying to utilize pieces foreign to the true picture and/or are omitting key pieces.   For example:


          The Scriptures admonish people not to add to nor detract from the Word.   That obviously prohibits illegitimate substitutions (Deuteronomy 4:2; Proverbs 30:5-6; Joshua 1:7; Matthew 5:17-19; Revelation 22:17-19).


          GOD'S Holy Days (His Seventh Day Of The Weekly Sabbath, His New Moons, And His Seven Annual Holy Periods) are shadows of things to come (Colossians 2:16-17; Leviticus 23:1-44).   If anyone were to substitute man's holidays in an attempt to foreshadow End Times Events the results would be meaningless and perhaps very misleading.   Yes, the failure to use GOD'S Holy Days would be like trying to assemble a puzzle without key pieces of the picture ... like attempting to draw a human without even considering the skeletal structure.   Artistic "license" does not help when seeking to understand Scripture.   Thus, there are many facets which if not understood obviously would hinder the proper assemblage of the "puzzle."


          Knowledge of GOD'S marriage laws, for example, properly identifies King David as being of the lineage of Ephraim.   GOD'S marriage laws and His Testimony also identify King Solomon and Solomon's heirs as being of the lineage of the cursed Canaan (Ruth 4:10; Genesis 38:8-9; II Samuel 11:2 thru 12:25).   Thus, due to humanity's continued disobedience, people should realize that David's Throne (Jeremiah 22:2) was quietly taken from David's rightful heirs and given unto the cursed Canaanites until these end times.

          This great deception would be comical if it were not so bizarre' as that "ancient nation" of Canaan and that "little horn" (power) have been very very real (Jeremiah 5:15-17; Daniel 7:8,11,20-24;8:9).

          Nevertheless, the throne over the Sixth Kingdom ("Judah") reigned largely from behind-the-scenes to produce all sorts of troubles and tumult upon humanity.   However, the responsibilities and liabilities for their wrongdoings rest upon the occupants of the throne and their more immediate servants and not necessarily upon many upper middle income and less fortunate members of the family who neither guided, nor supported, nor profited from the wrongdoings but suffered the consequences along with everyone else.   Then, again members of the "family" have certain responsibilities to object to wrongdoings and when they ignore such responsibilities they too are held accountable under GOD (Ecclesiastes 10:4-5; Joshua 7:1-26).


And he began to teach them, that the Son of man must suffer many things, and 
(1.) be rejected of the elders, and of the chief priests, and scribes, and
(2.) be killed, and 
(3.) after three days rise again (Mark 8:31)

           Understanding the three days involves the plotters, Jesus' death, and Jesus' resurrection which prefigure the 5th, 6th, and 7th millennial "days" from Creation and the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd millennial "days" from the 5 BC Birth of Jesus.   Those three days actually began with the plotters (John 11:47-53; Matthew 26:3-5) on the 13th day of the Biblical month, then encompassed events on Passover the 14th day, and climaxed with Jesus' resurrection early on the 15th day (the first day of the Week of Unleavened Bread:  Leviticus 23:4-8).   Therefore, the 5th, 6th, and 7th days of the week are the three days and three nights referred to in Luke 24:21,7; 9:22; 18:31-33; Matthew 16:21; 17:22-23; 20:17-19; Mark 8:31; 9:31; 10:32-34.   In turn, they prefigure the 5th, 6th, and 7th millennial days from Creation which coincide with the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd millennial days from the 5 BC Birth of Jesus.   The key feature is that the 3rd and 7th days are one and the same millennial day, The LORD'S Day, which began in the spring of 1996 AD.

          Jesus, of course, died at 3pm, the 9th hour, on Passover.   And, Jesus resurrected before dawn (about 14+ hours later) on the first day of the Week of Unleavened bread.   Those 14+ hours prefigure the 14 Preparation Years (now passed) plus a "bit" which extends into The LORD'S Day wherein we now dwell.

          Note:  Deaths and burials are emergencies and therefore the women were exempt from normal Holy Day restrictions.   Thus, the women arrived about dawn on the first day of the Week of Unleavened Bread to find the tomb empty.


          Those who understand GOD'S Holy Days can readily see the confirmation of the three days provided by John. That is, when Jesus appeared at the Sea of Tiberias in Galilee John said:

          "This is now the third time that Jesus shewed Himself to His disciples, after that He was risen from the dead."

John 21:14

          "The third time," of course, refers to the third Holy Day wherein Jesus appeared (i.e. 1st and 7th days of the Week of Unleavened Bread and 1st day of Pentecost).   However, this simple count of Jesus' reappearances involved four occasions on the 1st day of the Week of Unleavened Bread (15 Abib), one on the 7th day of the Week of Unleavened Bread (21 Abib), and "the third time" or Holy Day was on the 1st day of Pentecost (22 Abib).

          On the first day of the Week of Unleavened Bread Jesus appeared twice to the women, then to the two disciples en route to Emmaus, then as evening approached Jesus again appeared to His disciples in Jerusalem (Thomas was not present).   These four occasions were all on the 15th day of Abib, the day immediately after Passover.   The next or second Holy Day that Jesus reappeared was the 7th day of the Week of Unleavened Bread wherein Jesus again appeared to His disciples gathered in Jerusalem.   On this occasion Thomas was present.   "The third time" or Holy Day was on 22 Abib, the 1st day of Pentecost, at the Sea of Tiberias in Galilee, which was actually the sixth occasion.   Whereas, the seventh occasion again occurred in Galilee, this time on a mount in Galilee on the 50th day of Pentecost.

          Thus, GOD'S Holy Days also affirm that Jesus resurrected early in the predawn hour of the 15th day of Abib, in the predawn hour of the day after Passover.   Therefore, Jesus was only 14 plus hours in death before resurrecting.   And, the three days and three nights began in the night of 13 Abib with Caiaphas and his plotters and ended with Jesus' resurrection on the first day of the Week of Unleavened Bread which on that occasion occurred on the Seventh Day of the weekly sabbath (See FIG 5).

          Events prefigure the three one-thousand year days from the 5 BC Birth of Jesus.   And the Third Day prefigures the LORD'S Day, the Seventh Millennial Day from Creation, wherein we now dwell.


And there arose certain, and bare false witness against him, saying, We heard him say, I will destroy this temple that is made with hands, and within three days I will build another made without hands.  But neither so did their witness agree together  (Mark 14:57-59)

          Caution, those who disregard the Fourth Commandment (Exodus 20:8-11) and wrongfully substitute the first day of the week for the Seventh Day, The LORD'S Day, use the false witnesses' three days in their attempts to justify their perversions of GOD'S Word.   This is just another of the many signs revealing who's who and what's going on.   So, beware of those propagating falsehoods.

           That is, those who do not understand Scripture (II Peter 3:14-17) have wrongfully applied the two false witnesses' three days involving the 14th, 15th, and 16th days of the Biblical month which on the occasion of the death of Jesus fell on the 6th, 7th, and 1st days of the calendar week (Matthew 26:60-61; Mark 14:57-59).

          A key feature of the two false witnesses' three days reveals that if they were correct (which they are not) then events surrounding Jesus' death and resurrection would prefigure nothing.   So, obviously the false witnesses were not correct for if they were The LORD'S Day would already have come and gone.   That is, it would be history.   But The LORD'S Day has not ended ... it has only just begun in the Spring of 1996 AD and the myriad events therein are only now unfolding.


          The blood of a victim upon his attackers signals the guilt of the attackers.   Thus, when people demanding Jesus' death chorused a curse upon themselves, it meant only one thing ... their guilt.

          "Then answered all the people, and said, His (Jesus') blood be on us, and on our children."

Matthew 27:25
Deuteronomy 19:10
II Samuel 1:16

          Repentance, restitution, atonement, forgiveness, changing one's ways, and salvation have been offered to all humanity from the beginning.   Even Cain was offered salvation (Genesis 4:7).   So, today, why do people go around saying, "Jesus died for us" when they should be saying "Jesus died because of disobedient people who had better change their ways or else" (Deuteronomy 30:1-3; Isaiah 56:1-8; Leviticus 26:11-12,14).   Yes, like those who clamored for Jesus' crucifixion and death, why do people profess that Jesus' blood is upon them?

          Indeed, if the blood of a victim upon his attackers is a sure sign of guilt, why do people profess to be murders?


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