Showing posts from December, 2023

Shavuot 2034

This is truly remarkable! On Monday, December 18, God brought the King David Hotel in Jerusalem to mind, and I was led to May 24–26, 2034 as the dates to stay. This happened to link up with an earlier trip that God inspired for May 2034 back in 2021. He inspired that trip on the 14th of Nisan (Passover), for a visit to Auschwitz on the Second Passover (14 Iyyar / May 3, 2034). Two days later on the 16th of Nisan (Feast of First Fruits and the potential day of Christ’s resurrection), He inspired a visit to Jerusalem from May 4-8, 2034. If you accept a crucifixion date of Friday, April 3, 33 A.D. (14 Nisan – Passover), then the first Pentecost / Shavuot after that date was Sunday, May 24, 33 A.D. / 6 Sivan. Thus, this new visit to Jerusalem would occur on the 2,001st anniversary of the first Pentecost in 33 A.D.! (Ignoring the Julian – Gregorian 13-day date change). Incredibly, May 24, 2034, is also the 6th of Sivan in the Hebrew calendar (Shavuot). Thus, this visit would also occur ex

Playing Lotto - Part III

One month later on December 15 / 3 Tevet (the 8th and final day of Hanukkah), another interesting scenario presented itself. January 3, 2024 would mark exactly 70 weeks to the day since I purchased and played my first ticket in this tranche on August 31, 2022. It was already the longest running tranche of any ticket to date. In addition, if God didn’t prompt me to buy any more tickets between now and that date, it would be exactly 7 weeks to the day since buying and playing my last ticket on November 15, 2023. That would make it my 24th ticket in this tranche of tickets. January 3, 2024 was the 22nd of Tevet in the Hebrew calendar, and it would mark exactly 222 weeks to the day since playing my first ticket on October 2, 2019. In addition, the day I discovered this marked exactly 22 weeks and 2 days since running out of money on July 12, 2023! Given I had just started writing my chapter on the number 22, this seemed like good timing! Update: December 28, 2023 Nine days later on Decembe