Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Look! Up in the Sky!

Ok I really had to think about this. The Bible clearly states that anyone who is an astrologer or looks to the stars and planets is going to meet a very bad end. (Isaiah 47: 13-14).
But in the book of Matthew, it is evident that astrologers from the east were led to where the King of the Jews was born, so apparently Jesus' birth was written in the stars and planets. (MT 2:1-7) They saw a Star from a long distance and followed it for quite some time, until the Star came to rest over Bethelhem, the place of Jesus' birth.
So, if His birth was written in the sky, why not His return?
I find it quite interesting that in several places in the Bible, the stars of this constellation are specifically named: Pleiades, Bear and Orion.
Job 9:9 "He made the Bear, Orion and the Pleiades, the chambers of the South;"
Job 38:31 " Can you bind the cluster of Pleiades, or loose the belt of Orion? Can you bring out of Mazzaroth in its season? Or can you guide the Great bear with its cubs?"
Amos 5:8-9 "He made the Pleiades and Orion; He turns the shadow of death into morning and makes the day dark as night; He calls for the waters of the sea and pours them out on the face of the earth; The Lord (Jehovah) is His name. He rains ruin upon the strong so that fury comes upon the fortress."
These are the star clusters that indicate a triumphant return of a great warrior. Click onto the title to get a good look at this powerful star formation.
Wow! I think this is worth looking into.
You know, there are so many places where Father God has described His Son, starting in the genealogy in Genesis 5:1-29 ADAM=mankind SETH: turns their faces toward ENOSH: and are appointed, mortal grievous sorrow KENAN: to lament and mourn MAHALALEL: God who is praised JARED: comes down ENOCH: to instruct and consecrate METHUSELAH: he is sent forth as a prophet and a priest LAMECH: to be smitten and scourged and die NOAH: to give rest and security, a quiet attitude of peace.
He has also given us clear signs in Psalms and Isaiah of His Son here on earth. Jesus Himself quoted Isaiah 61: 1-3 in the synagogue at the start of His ministry. (Luke 4: 17- 21).

So my point is that if God has so clearly written within the Word of His Son and had a star that led astrologers to His place of birth, than why wouldn't His return be clearly and evidently written in the constellations He specifically mentions through His prophets?

Makes sense to me, definitely worth looking into.

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