Time To Change Your Clothes

As I was listening to our Pastor, Larry Huch teach last night on the Biblical month of Elul, this thought dropped in mind.  How is it that most people somehow have been hood winked to believe Jesus was Jewish when He was crucified, but somehow rose from the grave a white Caucasian western Savior?  In Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John Jesus is always referring to Torah.   Torah means “Life” or “Wisdom”.  The Bible says, “in all your getting get wisdom.”

Most of all Christianity does not have an understanding (wisdom) of the season we are in.  The month of Elul is the time of Teshuvah, returning to God.  Because when the Catholic Church outlawed the practices of the First Church in Acts, the Apostles and their following of the Appointed Feasts of the Lord.  They wanted the focus to be on Rome and not Jerusalem.

I believe in the last days, the latter rain, the second coming of our Lord, God is opening Gentiles eyes to the wisdom of God’s appointed Feasts.  This the one new man.  This is the understanding of the wisdom of Torah and God’s prophetic seasons.  Every time through out Biblical history in the year following Jubilee and the Four Blood Moons, which begins on October 12th, the world has always changed.  Just look at 1492 and 1948.  

Yeshua (Jesus) His Hebrew name has already fulfilled Passover and Pentecost.  He has not fulfilled Tabernacles yet.  Rosh Hashanah is the prophetic timing of the second coming of Yeshua.  Yom Kippur is the Great White Judgment.  And Sukkot (Tabernacles) is the Marriage Supper of the Lamb.  It is at the Blowing of the Trumpets Yeshua will return (1 Corinthians 15).  That is why the month of Elul is about Returning to God.  Satan himself knows what the Blowing of the Trumpet means (Revelation 8-9).  He doesn’t know if this Rosh Hashanah (the blowing of the Trumpet) Yeshua is going to show up in the clouds this time or when.  But he knows it will be one of these times.

This also is the season of the book of Ruth in the Old Testament.  The story of Ruth and Boaz.  In the story, Naomi, Ruth’s mother in law tells Ruth to change her cloths and go out to the field and meet Boaz the King.  For the King is in the Field. This is a very prophetic season.  The King is in your Field.  Go change your clothes.  Another words it is time to according to Isiah 61, “put on a garment of praise.”  

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