Oct 16, 2018

ADAM to MESSiAH in 6000 yrs.

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(2 Pe 3:8; 9; )The apostle Peter stated that; one day is as 1,000 years and 1,000 years is like the Day of the Lord. It is assumed that Peter is prophetically considering each of the 6 days of creation in Genesis, equal to 1,000 years. The work of forming Adam and establishing human government on earth is completed on the sixth day. Then the seventh day looks forward to the promised Sabbath Rest. The seventh Day Sabbath represents the future 1,000 year reign of Messiah Yeshua on earth. So then, there would be 6,000 years from the time of Adam until Messiah Yeshua returns.
(Ge 1:26; 27-28; 2:1-2; 3; Heb 4:1; 2; 3; 4-5; 6; 7; 8-9; 10-11; 12; Rev 20:4; 5; 6; )

The following Bible study attempts to accurately count the years from Adam to complete 6,000 years and arrives at 2036.

Day One of Man

(Genesis 5:1-2; 3-5; 6-8; 9-11; 12-14; 15-17; 18-20; 21-22; 23-24; 25-27; 28-30; 31-32; )

Adam+son (130+800=930
(930 = year of Adam's death)
Seth             (105+807=912  
(1042)
Enosh          ( 90+815=905                    
(1140)
Kenan          ( 70+840=910                    
(1235)
Mahalalel     ( 65+830=895                    
(1290)
Jared            (162+800=962                   
(1422)
Enoch          ( 65+300=365                      
(987)
Methuselah (187+782=969                   
(1656 the year of the Flood; Noah is 600)
Lamech        (182+595=777                   
(1651)

Noah a Seed of Rest
(Ge 5:29 NASB; )
Noah            (600+350=950                   
(1056-2006 Noah dies 57 years after birth of  Abram)
(1657) Noah exited the arc after the flood waters had dried-up. Noah is now 601 years old. 
(Genesis 7:6; 8:13; 14-16; 20; 21;9:8-9; 11; 12; 13; )

Rainbow of Hope 
(1 Pe 3:20; 21; )
See also:  BORN AGAiN ?

(Genesis 11:10; )
In (1659) two years after the flood sham becomes 100 years old.

Genesis of a Son

(Genesis 11:11; 12-13; 14-15; 16-17; 18-19; 20-21; 22-23; 24-25; 26; )
               
Shem (2 years after the flood-100+500=600) son1=1659: 
(1559-2159)
Arphaxad     ( 35+403=438 :son1=1694: 
(2097)
Shelah          ( 30+403=433) son1=1724: 
(2127)
Eber             ( 34+430=464 ) son1=1758: 
(2188)
Peleg            ( 30+209=239) son1=1788: 
(1997)
Reu              ( 32=207=239 ) son1=1820: 
(2027)
Serug           ( 30+200=230) son1=1850: 
(2050)
Nahor          ( 29+119=148) son1=1879: 
(1998)
Terah           ( 70+135=205) son1=1949: 
(2084) 

Father of Faithfulness
(Ro 4:16; 17; 18; )

(1949)Abram born
(2124 dies at age 175)
Abraham (86 + father of Ishmael)
                    (100 + father of Issac)
                    (137 + Sarah dies)
                    (Abraham marries Keturah                             and fathers: Zimran,        Jolshan, Medan, Median and Ishbah.)   
Abraham dies 175 years old in: 2124)
Issac            (2089 age 40 Issac married: 
                      Rebekah) 
                      (2109 at age 60 fathers                           
                        Esau and Jacob)

Covenants of Promise 
(Ge 14:18; 19-20; ) 

Abram is born 1949+75 Abram leaves 
(2024) Haram and travels to Canaan with Sarai 
Abram is 85 in 
(2034)and receives the promise of a son and inheritance of the land. 
(Ge 15:1; 5-6; 7; 8; 13; 16:1; 2; 3; ) 

Promise, Delayed + 30
See also:  GROWiNG PAiNS

In (2464) (400+30 years later the Israelites Exodus Egypt ?)
 the Eternal reveals the future enslavement of Israel 
and their Salvation 
(Ge 15:13; 16; Ex 12:39; 40-41; 42; 43; ) 
and sins of the Amorites will come to an END.

Promised Seed?

Abram is 86 in 
(2035) when Ishmael was born to Hagar 
(Ge 16:3; :15)
Abram is 99 in 
(2048) the covenant of circumcision 
and promise of Isaac birth 
(Ge 17:1-2; 5; 6; 7; 8; 9; 11; 12) 
Abram is now Abraham and Sarai is Sarah 
(Ge 17:15; 16; 19; 21; )
Ishmael will be a father of 12 nations 
(Ge 17:20)
The Day of Passover? 
(Ge 18:3; 4; 6; 7; and Lot Ge 19:2; 3; ) 
Logos and 2 angels visit Abraham and repeats the promise that Sarah will give birth to son Isaac; Sarah laughs. 
(Ge 18:10-11; 12-13; 14; )
Abraham will teach his children the way of the Eternal Logos 
(Ge 18:18; 19)
Abraham 100 when Isaac 
(Ge 21:5;) is born the following year at the appointed time of Passover 
(2049)
(Ge 22:10-11; 12; 15-16; 17; 18; ) 
30 years may have been added to the original 400 years promised Exodus of the Israelites; until Abraham offered 15 year old Isaac as a Passover sacrifice in 
(2064) 

Sacrifice of Remembrance 
(1 Cor 10:1-2; 3-4; 5; )

Passover (2464) the Israelites Exodus Egypt.
  Then add 40 years that the Israelites wondered in the desert.      
(2504) Passover, Joshua and Israel enter the Promised Land. 

Promises and Judgment
See also:  UNDER the LAW?

The time of Joshua and the judges extended for, 
(354 years) as the Israelites conquered the promised land. Then, the Israelites desired a king to rule over them instead of a prophet of Yehawah. So, Samuel anointed Saul as King.

King of Kings 
(Rev 19:8; 9; 11; 12; 13-14; 15; 16; )

King Saul reigned 42 years.
(1 Sam 13:1; )
(2858 - 2900)
King David reigned 40 years.
(2 Sam 5:1; 2; 3; 4-5; )
(2900 - 2940)

Israel's Promised Rest

(1 Kings 6:1; 2; ) 480 years after the original Passover Exodus until the fourth-year in the reign of King Solomon. 
(1 Ki  3:1; 6:37; 38; 7:1; 8:1; 2-3; 6; 9; 10-11; 12; 20; 21; 27; 56;  9:10; 2 Ch 5:1; 2; 3;  7:8; 9; 10; 11; 18; 19; 20; 8:1; Lev 26:1; 2-3; 6;11-12; 13; 14-15; 33; 34; 35; 40; 41; 42; 43; Deut 28:1; 14; 15; 30:1; 2; 3; 6; 8; 10; 11; 19; 20; 2 Ch 36:21; Jer 29:1; 2; 3; 10; 11; 12; )
(2944-2951+1/2 , first Temple constructed) 

Jubilee of Dedication

(2960 1/2 or 1004 B.C.) In the 20th year of Solomon's reign, the first Temple was dedicated on the Feast of Tabernacles.
(2961 – 2962 or 1003 - 1002 B.C.) The Jubilee of Yehawah promised the nation of Israel”Rest" from their enemies if they would remain Faithfully Obedient to the Covenant Commandments. Also, every seven years there would occur a ”Land Sabbath of Rest” for the nation of Israel. But, King Solomon became disobedient and led the Israelites into idolatry and the worship of false gods. The"Seven year Land Sabbath's" we're never celebrated. This began the (70 × 7 = 490) years of disobedience and Israel's loss of the “Promised Land.” Later, Jeremiah reminds the Israelites that the Land would receive 70 years of “Rest” for the missing “Land Sabbaths” before they would be allowed to return.


Restless Kings
( Jer 6:16; Isa 59:8; )
See also:  MAN of SiN; iMAGE of JEALOUSY

Solomon reigned as King for 40 years and died in the year:
(1 Kings 11:1; 2; 9; 10; 11; 12; 13; 42-43; ) 
(2980 or 983 B.C.)
King Rehoboam reigned for 17 years
(1 Ki 14:21; 22; )
(2997)
King Abijam reigned for 3 years
(1 Ki 15:1; 2; )
(3000)
King Asa reigned for 41 years
(1 Ki 15:9; 10; )
(3041)
King Jehoshaphat reign for 25 years
(1 Ki 22:42; )
(3066)
King Jehoram reign for 8 years
(2 Ki 8:16; 17; )
(3074)
King Ahaziah reigned for 1 year
(2 Ki 8:26; )
(3075)
Athaliah reigned for 6 years 
(2 Ki 11:1; 2; 3; )
(3081)
King Joash reigned for 40 years 
(2 Ki 12:1; 2; )
(3121)
King Amaziah reigned 29 years
(2 Ki 14:1; 2; 3; )
(3150)
King Azariah reigned 52 years 
(2 Ki 15:1; 2; )
(3202)
King Jotham reigned 16 years
(2 Ki 15:32; 33; 34; )
(3218)
King Ahaz reigned 16 years
(2 Ki 16:1; 2; )
(3234)
King Hezekiah reigned 29 years
(2 Ki 18:1; 2;; 3; )
(3263)
King Manasseh reigned 55 years
(2 Ki 21:1; 2; 3; 12; 14; 15; 16; )
(3318)
King Amon reign 2 years 
(2 Ki 21:19; 20; 21; 22; )
(3320)
King Josiah reigned 31 years 
(2 Ki 22:1; 2; )
(3351)
See also:  LOST TRIBES of ISRAEL

(2 Ki 22:16; 17; 18; 19; 20; Jer 15:5; 6; 7; 25:1; 2; 29:1; 2; 3; 4-5; 6; 7; 8-9;; 10; ) After Josiah's death, then Judah and Jerusalem became a subject of Egypt. Three years later the territory of Judah was conquered by Babylon, but Jerusalem was not yet destroyed. The 70 years promise for restoration would seem to anticipate (539 – 538 BC) when, Cyrus king of Persia announced plans to  restore Jerusalem according to Jeremiah’s prophecy.)

Babylon's 19 year conquest of Judah

King Jehoahaz rained 1/4 years
(2 Ki 23:31; 32; ) 
(3351 + 1/4)
King Jehoiakin reigned 11 years 
(2 Ki 23:36; 37; 24:1; 2; 3; 4; )
(3362 + 1/4)
King Jehoiachin reigned 1/4 years
(2 Ki 24:8; 9; 10; 11; 12; )
(3362 + 1/2)
King Zedekiah reigned 11 years 
(2 Ki 24:17; 18; 10; 20; 25:1; 2; 8; 9; 10; )
(3373 + 1/2)

70 years of Juda’s Captivity

(In the 19th year of Nebuchadnezzar, the King of Babylon captured, King Zedekiah. Then the remnant of Judah in Jerusalem were taken into Babylonian captivity. The temple destruction began the prophetic 70 years of Judah's exile. The Babylonian conquest of Judah transpired from 
(3354-3373+1/2 or 609 - 590 B.C.). This explains why, there is a 19 year delay after King Cyrus announced the work of restoring Yahweh's Temple in (539 B.C.), when the first wave of Jewish exiles returned to Jerusalem. The remaining exiles would wait in Babylon until King Darius. So then 70 years of Babylonian captivity would not be completed, until(520 B.C.) the first year of King Darius, then a second wave of the exiles remaining in Babylon return to rebuild the temple in Jerusalem. The temple reconstruction was completed in the sixth year of King Darius(514 B.C.) Which proceeds the end of a 49 year cycle and announces the (513-512 B.C.)  Jubilee year. Then, 49 years later Artaxerxes becomes king in (465 B.C.) and the following year (464-463 B.C.) announces another Jubilee year. This may be the 7 weeks: 
(7×7=49) in (Daniel 9:25; ) that completed the rebuilding of Jerusalem. Later Nehemiah finished reconstructing the wall around Jerusalem in (439 B.C.) on the Festival of Tabernacles, exactly (62 weeks) 434 years before Messiahs birth in(5 B.C.).. 

Jubilee of Atonement

In (26 A.D.) Messiah is 30 years old and began his 3 1/2 year ministry on the Day of Atonement, announcing that the Jubilee would begin the following year in 27 A.D.. It is possible to calculate future or past Jubilee celebrations; from this point, add or subtract 49 years to predict the Jubilee event.

(10×49 = 490+513 = 1003 announces the  Jubilee in year; 
(2961 - 2062) one year after Solomon completed the first Temple dedication. (2960 years after Adam)

(13×49 = 637-26 = 611 - 610 Jubilee before Babylon’s 19 year conquest of Judah and Jerusalem)
(11×49 = 539-26 = 513 - 512 Jubilee of King Darius)
(10×49 = 490-26 = 464 - 463 Jubilee of King Artaxerxes)
(41×49 = 2009 +26 = 2035 - 2036 Jubilee of Messiah Yeshua Kingdom) 
and that completes 6,000 years from the beginning of Adam.

Tabernacle of Elohe
(Ex 20:2-3; 29:45; Lev 26:11-12; 13; Isa 52:10; 11; 12; Jer 31:1; 7; 17; 31; 32; 33; 34; 2 Cor 6:14; 15; 16; 17; 18; Eze 37:26; 27-28; )

Jeremiah’s prophecy that Judah would be 70 years in Babylonian captivity Ends (3443+1/2=-3444?)
(Daniel 9:1; 2; 25; ) 70 years are complete in the first year 520 B.C. of Darius.
At this point it is possible to add 3444 yrs + 520 B.C. + 2018 A.D. = 5982
(18) years  remain to complete 6000 years from the beginning of adamant Eve, to reach the year 
(2036 A.D.)

Shortening the Time?
(Mt 24:20-21; 22; )

(If Messiah returns in (2035) on Trumpets, then there remains 5-6 months  needed to reach the first day of the month of Abib that is 14 days before the spring Passover in the year 2036. Messiah Yeshua promise to shorten the time? Also,(2036) is a Jubilee and begins the 1000 year Kingdom of Yahweh on earth. The 6000 years of satan's rule over mankind, has come to an End.) 

What if?
The Lord is Delayed! 
Until the 
Appointed Time.

And they all slumbered and slept until the bridegroom arrived.
(Mt 25:1-3; 4-6; 7-8; 9; 10; 11-13; 31; 32; 33; 34; )

Day of the Lord
See also:  BLOOD MOON

Joel 2:10–17 (NASB95) — 10 Before them the earth quakes, The heavens tremble, The sun and the moon grow dark And the stars lose their brightness. 11 The Lord utters His voice before His army; Surely His camp is very great, For strong is he who carries out His word. The day of the Lord is indeed great and very awesome, And who can endure it? 12 “Yet even now,” declares the Lord, “Return to Me with all your heart, And with fasting, weeping and mourning; 13 And rend your heart and not your garments.” Now return to the Lord your God, For He is gracious and compassionate, Slow to anger, abounding in lovingkindness And relenting of evil. 14 Who knows whether He will not turn and relent And leave a blessing behind Him, Even a grain offering and a drink offering For the Lord your God? 15 Blow a trumpet in Zion, Consecrate a fast, proclaim a solemn assembly, 16 Gather the people, sanctify the congregation, Assemble the elders, Gather the children and the nursing infants. Let the bridegroom come out of his room And the bride out of her bridal chamber. 17 Let the priests, the Lord’s ministers, Weep between the porch and the altar, And let them say, “Spare Your people, O Lord, And do not make Your inheritance a reproach, A byword among the nations. Why should they among the peoples say, ‘Where is their God?’ ”


  

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