By: Brandon T. Ward
We are now mid-way through the Tetrad we discussed last year in our 2014 Signs and Seasons article. In that article we explained there will be a total solar eclipse that will take place on March 20th. Why is that interesting? That date marks the first day on our Father’s calendar, that day being the Spring Equinox. Fifteen days later on April 4th, the first of the final two total lunar eclipses of this Tetrad occur. We should note April 4th is Christian Passover in addition to Jewish passover. While the last total lunar eclipse of this Tetrad will occur on September 28th which is the true (approximate) birth date of Jesus Christ and the first day of Sukkot which is another Jewish holiday.
As we said last year, considering the timing of these celestial events and according to the signs we have been given in the scriptures (Joel 2:30-31, Matthew 24:29-30 and Acts 2:19-20) these events combined with world events are very interesting to say the least. Again, we caution our readers not to get caught up into setting dates. Simply analyze the events that are unfolding with respect to scripture. With that said, let us review some of the events that transpired last year.