Monday, November 28, 2011

Astrology Or Naming The Days Aright

Since the names of the days of the week are those of planets or 'gods' of these planets, I've made a preliminary attempt to do better.

WE are in the firmament with Jesus (Ephesians 2:6), and we are lights.

This may be very significant, since it has been said that Israel of Old and the New Israel (the church) both conquer empires--empires based on astrology/astronomy--by worshiping every 7 days.

When we worship/rest every 7 days, we amen that The One True God created all these sun, moon, stars in 6 days and all very good and rested on the 7th.

THAT's a witness!! Charles Howard Hartman (Chuck)

Conductor as in train, orchestra, conductor of electricity. For when a good man dies, he releases great power into the field of time. We proclaim His death until He comes.

Psalm 90:12
King James Version (KJV)
12So teach us to number our days, that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom.

A glorifying SardsYMMM! to you! Monday, November 28, A. D. 2011 old style (keep the A. D.) becomes SardisBmoY!, Daniel (sheba=week=oath, 7), Merciful (Mo'ed/Season of Blessed are the Merciful (and associated Woe in Matthew 23), SardisCORAM 861 (Celebration Of Resurrection Anno Mundi--From Resurrectin unto resurrection).

When this gets to be in more widespread use, over time, all the explanations won't be necessary, and this could be what is said: SardsYMMM!, Daniel, Merciful, SardsCoram861.

More later. The above is meant to be a type of Rosetta Stone.

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