Best’s Flash Update – The Coming Evil Storms Are Soon Upon Us…


Tonight On Night Shadows Radio Flash Update 6-5-2023 @ 7:00 PM CDT.

Food, Economic Storms and EVIL Is Rising Up Before Us…

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So here we are on what is called Pentecost by the Israel and the Church, but we also know their dating systems are off, so some say Pentecost is on 6-12, but perhaps even on the 15th. Perhaps that is why Jesus told us no one knows the exact day or hour of His return but we can WATCH and PRAY that we counted as worthy to escape ALL THESE THINGS  that are to come upon the Earth, and some are by EVIL RICH MEN, some are by COSMIC forces, but all designed to destroy our modern civilization and bring in a NEW MAN, and a NEW SYSTEM, with a NEW CHRIST, and with it, DAMNATION for all who embrace the STRONG DELUSION and more…

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  1. Dear brothers and sisters in Christ Jesus, Tis is that time of David whose number is 14. David in Hebrew is Dalet Vav Dalet – the Dalet being valued at ( 4 ) and the Vav being valued at ( 6 ) which when added together in the name of David is ( 4 + 6 + 4 = 14 ). That is why there are 14 generations from Abraham to David, and 14 generations from David to the Diaspora, and finally 14 generations from the Diaspora to Jesus! This is according to Matthew, chapter 1, verse 17 “So all the generations from Abraham to David [are] fourteen generations; and from David until the carrying away into Babylon [are] fourteen generations; and from the carrying away into Babylon unto Christ [are] fourteen generations.”
    David, (Dalet Vav Dalet) becomes the symbol of Israel in the Mogen David. How? The Dalet is an equilateral triangle shape that represents the opening of a tent in ancient pictographic form. That “tent opening” is a doorway. So the first Dalet in the name of DVD (David) is placed with a point upward, then the Vav, which represents a nail in its ancient pictographic form and means “to connect” is between the first Dalet (doorway) and the second Dalet (doorway) which has its point downward, thus creating the Star of David with a Doorway pointing up (above) Connected to a Doorway pointing down (below); an idiom of “as above so below” and the connection of the doorway of Heaven to the doorway to earth.
    So 14 is David’s number pointing to Jesus Christ and the reason that John’s Chapter 14 is so significant. John 14, (1) “Let not your heart be troubled: you believe n God, believe also in Me!” (2) In my Father’s house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you.” (3) “And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and receive you unto myself: that where I am, there you may be also,” (4) “And where I go, you know; and the way you know.” (5) “Thomas saith unto him, Lord, we know not whither thou goest; and how can we know the way?” (6) “Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.” (7) “If ye had known me, ye should have known my Father also: and from henceforth ye know him, and have seen him.”
    Nothing could be more plain than that! Jesus tells of future events using the Jewish Wedding analogy. In Hebrew it is called the Ketubah, the betrothal or marriage commitment. The disciples all knew the tradition which goes as follows: A price for the Bride is negotiated and agreed to, and to seal the deal the parties drink wine. The Bride is immediately set apart or sanctified while the Bridegroom departs to his father’s house to prepare a place for the Bride before he can return to claim his Bride. The Bridegroom usually builds an addition to hid father’s house and upon completion he gathers his friends and returns with this surprise gathering to get the Bride. Then there is the HUPPAH! “The Wedding” and immediately consummation is announced. Once the Wedding is consummated there is a (7) seven day feast and then a great marriage supper where the Bride is unveiled.
    So we have the Bridal connection to the Gospel and next we have the Mosaic connection where Moses presents the (7) seven Feasts of the Lord as Holy Convocations as presented in Leviticus, chapter 23. Jesus came the first time to fulfill the first (4) four convocations as the Lamb of God. The last (3) three convocations begin at Verse 23 in Leviticus, chapter 23 and are in the SEVENTH month of Tishrei.
    It begins with the TWO DAY sabbath as part of the (10) ten day Feast of Trumpets which is called Rosh Hashana, meaning Head of the Year, and is believed to be the day that God created the Heavens and the Earth. The Israelites believe that Adam was created on this day. They believe that Samuel the prophet was born on this day. They believe that the Temple of Soloman (the first temple) was dedicated on this day. It is the time that God will decide who lives or dies that year. Israel is to take a deep look into their lives and evaluate their relationship with God. The first TWO DAYS are a holy Sabbath but the period of the feast lasts (10) ten days which are called “The Ten Days of Repentance. The word TERUAH is used which literally means “A SHOUT” or “A BLOWING” This period is also called YAMIN NORA’IM which translates to The Days of Awe! A reflection of the time when Moses invited Israel to meet God on his Holy Mountain. Mount Sinai was covered with smoke and fire and the fearful sound of a trumpet that caused the people of Israel to tremble. When the people heard the LONG BLAST OF THE TRUMPET they were to come up to the mountain. On the morning ot the THIRD DAY there was thunders and lightnings and a thick cloud on the mountain and then a very loud and long trumpet blast so that the people in the camp trembled. Moses brought the people out of the camp to meet God. Moses spoke to God and he was answered in Thunders.
    Following the (10) ten day Feat of Trumpets is the Day of Atonement called YOM KIPPUR. It is a day of fasting. Kippur comes from the word in the Biblical verse in Leviticus “KIPPURIM” which means to cleanse or purify oneself. It is the day that the Jews seek forgiveness for their sins against God and their fellow man. It is at the end of Yom Kippur where God inscribes each person’s fate into the Book of Life for the coming year. Yom Kippur is called the Sabbath of Sabbaths! Yom Kippur is the traditional day that the Jews believe Moses received the 2nd set of Ten Commandments from God because the first set had been destroyed by Moses in the destruction of the Golden Calf and the rebellious children of Israel.
    The number five is a set number, relating to:
    1. In the Yom Kippur section of the Torah, the word soul appears five times.
    2. The soul is known by five separate names: soul, wind, spirit, living one and unique one.
    3. Unlike regular days, which have three prayer services, Yom Kippur has five – Maariv, Shacharit, 4. Mussaf, Minchah and Neilah.
    5. The Kohen Gadol rinsed himself in the mikveh (ritual bath) five times on Yom Kippur.[17]
    And the FIVE prohibitions are the following:
    1. No eating and drinking
    2. No wearing of leather shoes
    3. No bathing or washing
    4. No anointing oneself with perfumes or lotions
    5. No marital relations
    Thus Yom Kippur is a single day but it is (5) five days before the final Feast of the Lord.
    The Final Feast of the Lord, a Holy Convocation is the (7) seven day Feast of Tabernacles or The Feast of Booths, called SUKKOT in Hebrew. This feast is one where dwellings resembling booths are constructed and lived in during the (7) days of the event. The Booth or Sukkot is similar to the dwelling that farmers lived in during the harvest time. Four plant species are used in ritual ceremony where Jews tie together three types of branches and one type of fruit and wave them in a special ceremony each day of the Sukkot holiday, excluding Shabbat. The waving of the four plants is a mitzvah prescribed by the Torah, and contains symbolic allusions to a Jew’s service of God.
    So there we have the final three Feasts scheduled by God for the 2nd Coming of Jesus and like the four that represented His first coming they are very specific and obvious to any Christian who awaits the return of the Living Christ to first receive his Bride and then return for the saving of the Earth and establishing the thousand years before the final judgment.
    God Bless you all and may you all be accounted worthy to escape the wrath and stand before the Son of Man!

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