The Importance of the date of Journey of Donald Trump: May 19th, 2017

There is a spiritual assignment on Donald Trump, similar to that which was prophesied by the prophet Isaiah around King Cyrus (כוֹרֶשׁ). Recently Rabbi Hamekubal Rab Kuk showed after having said that Trump would win the elections that the numerical value of the name of Donald Trump is similar to that of Mashiaj Ben David. In his teaching he acknowledges that by his intervention will be established in Israel the beginning of the redemption of the nation:

Of course this message does not mean that Trump is Mashiaj Ben David, but he will fulfill in the role of Mashiaj Ben David, for good or ill, but it will be a fundamental card in the Redemption and the coming of Mashiach.[1]

All of Donald Trump’s actions around Israel point to the fulfillment of a restoration prophecy that he will be activating precisely in our time, mainly in this year 2017. On this occasion I want to present the case of the trip through the Middle East and Its relationship with the dates of the year shemitah, Passover, Shavuot (Pentecost), and the establishment of Jerusalem as the head of nations.

The first presidential trip of Donald Trump, president of the United States of America, on May 19, 2017, has a prophetic value and marks an important signal for the restoration of biblical times, according to the revelation under which Church of the Lord operated in the first centuries.[2]

The day was not chosen at random, not even by Donald Trump himself. It is a date that responds to a prophetic agenda established since the time of the prophet Isaiah, to restore in our day the order established by Jehovah God in terms of how to measure the passage of time, according to the protocol that was established To Israel on the way out of Egypt.

This is the day on which according to the Law of Moses an omer is presented for the first fruit of the first fruits of your harvest,[3] on which day the countdown begins of the seven weeks for the second great solemn feast, the Feast of Shavuot.

The data, of course, belongs to our calculation. The present Jewish people mark for the Pesach celebration a date different from ours; this year 2017 coincided with the pagan Christian date of Passover. According to the current account, the omer began to be counted on April 11 and will end on May 30. As of May 19, the omer account corresponded to the day 39, that is, five weeks and four days.

However, this date of celebration is very early If taken into account that the feast is of first fruits, and the demand to present an omer for scoop could not be fulfilled since for the latitude 31oN in which it is Israel, the sun has not yet matured the sown fruits, and in many cases, they have not yet been born. For the 22nd or 23rd of March, when the beginning of spring is considered astronomically, and the date on which the Passover and Pesach[4] celebration design is based, the sun is still very south of the region.

It is necessary to recalculate the date of celebration of Pesach but taking into account the movement of the earth that determines the precession of the equinoxes. As the sun travels from the southern hemisphere to the northern hemisphere, the date of the arrival of spring (first fruits) for the region of Israel must be greater than that of March 22 or 23, As we said, is the date on which the sun is on the equator.

We are not interested in the date of the astronomical, scientific beginning of spring; but the date when the fruits begin to glean For the region where Israel is located, that is, when the sun has risen high enough on the northern hemisphere. In order to calculate this date, we assist the next full moon, that is, the full moon of the month of April.

The full April moon marks the start of the regional spring for Israel. The northern hemisphere has come entirely from the low temperatures that still persist from the winter that has just passed, and allows the gleaning of the fruits, as read in the account of the plague of hail that fell on Egypt in The time that this form of biblical calendar was established:

31 And the flax and the barley was smitten: for the barley was in the ear, and the flax was bolled. 32 But the wheat and the rie were not smitten: for they were not grown up. Exodus 9:31

So, then, the new year begins with the next new moon, after having seen the full moon of April. It was this moon that caused Moses by the ordinance of Jehovah God to establish the beginning of the year:

2 This month shall be unto you the beginning of months: it shall be the first month of the year to you. Exodus 12:2

The biblical Pesach actually begins with the first full moon of the new year. That is, the next full moon after that marks the beginning of the regional spring of Israel. In light of these data, we will have the dates corrected for the Pesaj celebration, and for the seven week count for the celebration of Shavuot.

The full moon of April for this year 2017 fell on April 11, that day began the regional spring for Israel. The astronomical new moon was scheduled for April 26, therefore, the biblical year and the first month of the year began on April 27. The date corrected for Pesach is May 10, and from 11 to 17 of the same month the true date of bitter herbs, corresponding to the days 14 to 21 of the first month, as we read in the detail that Moses offered for observation Annual celebration:

17 And ye shall observe the feast of unleavened bread; for in this selfsame day have I brought your armies out of the land of Egypt: therefore shall ye observe this day in your generations by an ordinance forever. 18 In the first month, on the fourteenth day of the month at even, ye shall eat unleavened bread, until the one and twentieth day of the month at even. Exodus 12:17,18

The first day of omer by recalculating date was this year on May 19, the day of first fruits, the date when Donald Trump began his presidential trip. This leads us to another prophetic establishment. If your journey was on the first day of the count of the seven weeks, after which according to the law of Moses you will offer a new present to Jehovah,[5] we have to wait that the fiftieth day of this account is Say, at the solemn feast of Shavuot, we have a new intervention by Donald Trump in the Middle East.

To calculate the date of the solemn feast of shavuot ‑Pentecost, in the Christian environment‑ we count forty-nine days from May 19, which brings us to the date of July 7.

This date is prophetic, as was the delivery of the Torah to the people on Mount Sinai, it is the date of establishment of Sion by head of mountains, prophesied by the prophet Micah:

1 But in the last days it shall come to pass, that the mountain of the house of the LORD shall be established in the top of the mountains, and it shall be exalted above the hills; and people shall flow unto it. Micah 4:1

Prophesied also by the prophet Isaiah:

For Zion’s sake will I not hold my peace, and for Jerusalem’s sake I will not rest, until the righteousness thereof go forth as brightness, and the salvation thereof as a lamp that burneth. Isaias 62:1

Based on the fact that this year marks the 50th anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, and since one of Donald Trump’s campaign promises was to move the United States Embassy to Jerusalem, we hope For Shavuot Day, July 7, 2017, be the day the United States moves its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, thus completing the prophecy of Isaiah around Israel about the arrival of the man of my council.[6]

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[1] rabino Hamekubal Rab Kuk ;

[2] Acts 3:21

[3] Leviticus 23:15

[4][4] also read

[5] Leviticus 23:16