Skip to comments.BLUE MOON , Believe and Receive
Posted on 12/30/2009 9:21:43 PM PST by Jedediah
To my Children that are ready , that are calling on me even now ,
I AM and shall be your breakthrough !Merely shake off all these sacred cows ,
Fast the Earth completely , leave within your vessel only me ,
So that you may walk in my fullness as one with me ,
Take on my likeness in Spirit and Truth ,
Encourage others to walk as I do ,
For I AM the Resurrection , The Power , The Way ,
And it is in The Father's lap I desire you to stay ,
Do not look to the left or the right ,
Stay focused on My face and on My light ,
For the time is not coming it is here even now ,
Merely lift your hands and praise Me , receive My Breath now ,
This is your moment do not hesitate ,
Come to your Savior before it's to late ,
Your time and intimacy with me restores and brings you through ,
All the walls of Jericho of the enemy is futile ,
For I AM The Creator of the heavens and man ,
And truly I AM your promised land ,
Seek Me , Eat Me , Drink Me in ,
So that My fullness in you can truly begin !
These are the words of Him that is Faithful and True ,
And on this blue moon I AM coming to you ,
Can you receive My Breath in this way ,
For The Father is flowing so receive all he has for you on this day ,
I said the signs show My hand ,
Be not as the kings that trespassed attempting to take My land ,
For you are My Chosen and I love you ,
So receive all on this day I AM bestowing on you ,
My signet , My Calling , My name on your chest ,
this and much more , will you pass this test ?!
For truly My messengers you must receive ,
For they come in My name and it is My promise you must believe ,
So take all of The Father I AM giving to you ,
For these words are Faithful and these words are True .
9Jesus replied, Have I been with all of you for so long a time, and do you not recognize and know Me yet, Philip? Anyone who has seen Me has seen the Father. How can you say then, Show us the Father?
10Do you not believe that I am in the Father, and that the Father is in Me? What I am telling you I do not say on My own authority and of My own accord; but the Father Who lives continually in Me does the (His) works (His own miracles, deeds of power).
11Believe Me that I am in the Father and the Father in Me; or else believe Me for the sake of the [very] works themselves. [If you cannot trust Me, at least let these works that I do in My Father's name convince you.]
From Wikipedia "Blue Moon"
A blue moon is a full moon that is not timed to the regular monthly pattern. Most years have twelve full moons which occur approximately monthly, but in addition to those twelve full lunar cycles, each solar calendar year contains an excess of roughly eleven days compared to the lunar year. The extra days accumulate, so that every two or three years (on average about every 2.7154 years), there is an extra full moon. The extra moon is called a "blue moon." Different definitions place the "extra" moon at different times.
Just for the fun of it, I’m going to disregard my own advice to a bemused observer in your last thread and ask what others have asked you numerous times before without getting a straight answer:
What is this supposed to be? Some type of prophetic word? Inspirational/devotional writing? Just poetry? Pure self-indulgence?
For the year 2010, these are the dates of the moons in the northern hemisphere using UTC calculations. These dates use the actual solstices and not the artificial solstices that give each season an equal number of days.
By Jay Michaels
Story Published: Dec 30, 2009 at 8:38 PM CST
When somebody says that something happens 'every once in a blue moon,' usually they mean it doesn't happen very often.
A local astronomer says that back in the 1940's, a researcher for 'Sky and Telescope Magazine' managed to misquote the definition of a blue moon as being a second full moon during a calendar month.
He says the Maine Farmer's Almanac defined the third full moon during a season as a blue moon.
Faulkner Planetarium Manager Rick Greenawald says, If there were four full moons during one of those seasons, the third full moon was referred to as the blue moon to keep the other moons in line with their traditional interpretation, harvest, hunters, and so forth.
He says in seven out of 19 years, a total of 13 full moons will occur in a twelve month period; and he says by using the original method blue moons happen more often than the 'two full moons in a calendar month' reckoning.
As simply as can be described, according to Trefethen's almanac, there are normally three full Moons for each season of the year. But when a particular season ends up containing four full Moons, then the third of that season is called a Blue Moon!
For more than half a century, whenever two full Moons appeared in a single month (which happens on average every 2 1/2 to 3 years), the second has been christened a "Blue Moon." In our lexicon, we describe an unusual event as happening "Once in a Blue Moon." This expression was first noted back in 1821 and refers to occurrences that are uncommon, though not truly rare.
On past occasions, usually after vast forest fires or major volcanic eruptions, the Moon has reportedly taken on a bluish or lavender hue. Soot and ash particles, propelled high into the Earth's atmosphere, can sometimes make the Moon appear bluish.
Why "Blue" Moon? For the longest time nobody knew exactly why the second full Moon of a calendar month was designated as a Blue Moon. One explanation connects it with the word "belewe" from the Old English, meaning, "to betray." Perhaps, then, the Moon was "belewe" because it betrayed the usual perception of one full Moon per month. However, in the March 1999 issue of Sky & Telescope magazine, author Phillip Hiscock revealed one somewhat confusing origin of this term. It seems that the modern custom of naming the second full Moon of a month "blue," came from an article published in the March 1946 Sky & Telescope magazine. The article was "Once in a Blue Moon," written by James Hugh Pruett. In this article, Pruett interpreted what he read in a publication known as the Maine Farmers' Almanac (no relation to this Farmers' Almanac, published in Lewiston, Maine), and declared that a second full Moon in a calendar month is a "Blue Moon."
However, after reviewing the Maine Farmer's Almanac, Hiscock found that during the editorship of Henry Porter Trefethen (1932 to 1957), the Maine Farmers' Almanac made occasional reference to a Blue Moon, but derived it from a completely different (and rather convoluted) seasonal rule. As simply as can be described, according to Trefethen's almanac, there are normally three full Moons for each season of the year. But when a particular season ends up containing four full Moons, then the third of that season is called a Blue Moon! To make matters more confusing, the beginning of the seasons listed in Trefethen's almanac were fixed. A fictitious or dynamical mean Sun produced four seasons of equal length with dates which differed slightly from more conventional calculations. So, basically the current use of "Blue Moon" to mean the second full Moon in a month can be traced to a 55-year-old mistake in Sky & Telescope magazine.
And all of this has been a far sight more worthwhile and informative than any of Jedediah’s pontifications, the Scripture quotations (which he at least had the decency not to claim credit for) excluded.
Well, I don’t know about Jedediah’s postings before, since I haven’t followed them, but even if I do say so myself, this “Blue Moon” thing has been very interesting to me — especially since it shows how our mainstream press can’t even get their facts straight about what a “Blue Moon” is... since it’s a pretty simple thing, once you get down to it.
I see all sorts of press reports saying — in error — that we’re coming on a Blue Moon... boy are they wrong! .... LOL...
Check out moons and especially new moons in the bible !
Check out moons and especially new moons in the bible !
You notice he doesn’t answer :>) Just posts a new thread. Very disengenuous for a prophet, eh?
Ok, I did. So what are you trying to say?
Check out moons and especially new moons in the bible !
Well, to tell you the truth, I've never heard of a "Blue Moon" in the Bible. But, maybe you're not talking about a Blue Moon... and that's okay.
But, in mentioning the Moon (in context of the Blue Moon) -- we are talking about a "full moon" -- and in the Bible it seems that the relevance is on the New Moon, mostly -- which is the exact opposite (I would say) of the full moon.
The calendar and the Festivals of the Lord are timed according to the New Moon (or shortly thereafter, rather...) and not the way we think about it. Anyway..., I'm not sure of the relevance, in the Bible of "full moons" or "Blue Moons", but I am about the New Moons... :-)
The fourth day saw the material creation finished (for on the fifth and sixth days it was only the furnishing and peopling of the earth with living creatures). The sun, moon, and stars completed the work, and they were to give light upon the earth which had been created, and to rule over the day and over the night (Genesis 1:14-19).
Four is the number of the great elementsearth, air, fire, and water.
Four are the regions of the earthnorth, south, east, and west.
Four are the divisions of the daymorning, noon, evening, and midnight. Or in our Lord’s words, when He speaks of His coming at evening, midnight, cock-crowing, or in the morning (Mark 13:35). We are never to put off His coming in our minds beyond tomorrow morning.
Four are the seasons of the yearspring, summer, autumn, and winter.
Four are the great variations of the lunar phases.
It seems like this would actually fit in with a new moon also and a special sign ( something out of the ordinary ) like the star the wise men detected .
Well..., if you’re trying to say that there is some significance to the Blue Moon and numerology in the Bible and/or something else... (that I just don’t know about) — then it’s simply too esoteric for me... unfortunately.... :-)
At least (for me, anyway) the Bible is not too esoteric and I do gain a lot from it. But, then again, I don’t engage in numerology, either, when studying the Bible...
And your point is?
(Hey look, four words.)
I believe this will be a aaronic blessing actually manifesting from The Spirit of The Living God literally turning his face and light upon us in a sign yet in person for those willing to wait upon The Lord on this day as the day of Atonement .
12 is the number of the OT fathers
12 is the number of the NT Apostles
12 is the number of doors in the new Jerusalem
12 is the day of Christmas Fa, la, la, la, la, la la, la, la.
You still haven’t answered my question. Are you a prophet of God?
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