This concept never occurred to me until I read this article: The fields are burned after the harvest, not to punish the fields or the straw, but to prepare the fields for next season's planting. Likewise, the burning of the earth at the coming of the Lord is not to punish the earth or the people on it, but to prepare earth for it's next season. (Paradisiacal glory.)
This is also the night of a marvelous heavenly manifestation of armies marching across the sky that was seen by Heber C. Kimball and family, Brigham Young, and others in Mendon, NY.
Another wonderful event is the giving of the keys of the restoration to Joseph Smith (with Oliver Cowdery present) in the Kirtland Temple on Sunday, April 3rd, 1836. The brethren saw the Christ and received keys from Elijah, Moses, and Elias. This day was the Jewish holiday of Bikkurim, or first fruits (Bikkurim refers to "honored son"). This wave offering occurs during Passover week and is meant to guarantee a perfect harvest for the coming year. This is the day that Christ rose from the dead!
So Moroni’s trumpet may be a shofar? I like that ❤️
Thanks for this informative article. Since I was baptized on September 21, it was particularly meaningful to me!
See John Pratt for his analysis of calendars, dates, names, etc
Thanks for this article. This was new information for me. It’s adds another significant layer to God’s weaving and patterns. And the gathering is taking place on both sides of the veil.
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