Our 7 year old granddaughter asked her mother this morning as she was getting ready to leave for school, "What time is the apocalypse going to be today?" Yikes! Makes one think.
What's wrong with calling it a sign? We have forgotten the prophecies of celestial signs and wonders. Now because of the internet and tv we deem such phenomenon "usual" and scientific...as if God is bound by scientific repetitions. Let's give credit where it is do.
MY calendar says Rosh Hashanah is on the night of Sept 20.
The same day as the new moon.
Why do you put it on Sept 23?
It is just an eclipse! We don't need to make it something mysterious like people did hundreds of years ago. It is a scientific happening which is totally predictable not a religious experience. When an unpredictable eclipse or atmospheric happening occurs then we should all pay much attention.
Mentioned here several times, is the Prophesy of the night Which was as bright as day. I was kind-of expecting some theory on just how this was accomplished. We know that the light we see at night (Moonlight) is a reflection of the sun shining on the moon and reflecting back to Earth, but it is never as bright as day. What caused it to be so bright that night?
USA TODAY this morning said that this was the "first total eclipse visible only in the USA since the country was founded in 1776." If true (this is contrary to what was said in the Meridian article), that would give me MORE pause to think of this as a sign from heaven
The one in 1779 crossed parts of Canada, but the one in 1776 only crossed the US, as this one is going to do. I think that makes it even more significant. Thanks for pointing out that it will be crossing Independence!
God doesn't speak through natural phenomena, not without prophetic proclamation first. This eclipse is rare and unusual, but it's not God sent.
The Eclipse passes close to Adam-oni-Ahman.
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