posted on Sep, 16 2014 @ 10:06 AM
I am curious why you think the Hebrew calendar is not correct.
Scripture makes it very clear which days are to be Holy Convocations for God's People forever, how to count days and months are also recorded clearly
The Feast of Trumpets falls on the 1st of Tishri every year (1st day of the 7th month in the religious year, 1st day of the 1st month in governmental
That date in 2014 falls from sunset September 24th, and lasts until sunset September 25th.
If you believe scripture to be true (you believe the war between Gog and Magog is true and it only exists in scripture), why do you throw away some
scriptures as not true, yet hold on to others as ultimate truth?
Either scripture is true, or it is false. You cannot have it both ways.
The Feast of Trumpets is always on the 1st of Tishri, since the Hebrew calendar has a different number of days in a year as compared to the current
Gregorian calendar, how can the Feast of Trumpets fall on the same date every year in the Gregorian calendar, unless you believe the scriptures
pertaining to the Holy Days are in error, in which case why believe the scriptures about Gog and Magog?
Gog and Magog represent two groups of people throughout time, and the war between them and the people of God does not occur until after the entire
millennial reign of Jesus Christ and the Kingdom of God on Earth (beginning at the return of Jesus Christ as King of Kings on a Pentecost, not
Trumpets; soon to come to fruition). If you are looking for the end of the age war, it is not found in the scriptures pertaining to Gog and Magog;
review Revelation again and you will find that this event takes place after the 1000 years have ended.
edit on 16-9-2014 by ElohimJD because: (no reason given)