jubilee

Jubilee is defined as a special anniversary of a event, in Jewish history a year of emancipation and restoration celebrated every 50 years.  The rams horn is blown to proclaim the year of jubilee, 50 years was the Golden jubilee.  Jubilee is of Hebrew origin which means joy or celebration.  It is during this time slaves are freed and property is restored to its original owner.

Today we copy some of this tradition in our celebration of wedding anniversaries and birthdays, we plan elaborate gatherings inviting family and friends to join us in celebrating our event.  It is said the Angels in Heaven are jubilant over one soul who makes Jesus his choice, can you imagine how joyous their celebration.  If we who live in a world of confusion can be joyous, Just think what Angels who abide in perfection must feel.

Allow your imagination to ponder the celebration in the heavenly realm when all the children of God are standing before the throne on a sea of glass.  The greatest Jubilee will begin when the clouds roll back like a scroll and the Son of man appears riding on a cloud, the mystery of all time will be revealed; for every eye will see him.  The trumpet will sound, the dead in Christ will rise to meet him in the air.

Those who are alive at his coming will cry out, lo this is our God for whom we have waited; mortal must put on immortality. They too will be caught up to meet him in the air, so shall they ever be with him.  Those who have chosen to worship the evil one will be slain at the brightness of his glory, they will be refuse upon the ground from one end of the earth to the other.  The earth will be as it was before creation, void; in utter darkness.

What a day when all the children of the Most High God gather home; our first parents, the first disciples, the prophets, the martyrs of the faith and everyone who has given their lives to the Father through his son Jesus the christ; what a great jubilee that will be, are you planning to attend?

My revelation as I sit by the pool of grace.

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