Commentary by: Gordon King
I find it very interesting that there are three major events happening on the same day this year. This is very unusual and highly unlikely that it will ever happen again!
Thanksgiving Holiday falls on November 28th this year. The first full day of Hanukkah falls on November 28th this year. The Comet Ison will be the closest to the Sun on November 28th this year.
What are the odds? Pretty amazing if you ask me.
(syracuse.com) Next month, Jewish families across America will celebrate “8 Days of Light, Liberty and Latkes” and one of those days will include a giant turkey feast.
Thanksgiving 2013 falls unusually late this year on Thursday, November 28, while Hanukkah (5774 on the Hebrew calendar) begins at sundown on Wednesday, November 27. That means the second candle on the menorah will be lit on Thanksgiving, the first time the two holidays have overlapped since 1888 — and it won’t happen again for another 75,000 years.
As a result, many are calling the once-in-a-lifetime event “Thanksgivukkah.”
Could this be one of the signs in the heavens that Jesus was warning us to watch for? I believe that it is. When taken in context with all of the other signs that we have seen over the past two years, I would say without a doubt, YES!
ACTS 2:19 “And I will shew wonders in heaven above, and signs in the earth beneath; blood, and fire, and vapour of smoke”
Even if Comet Ison does not pan out to be the spectacular event which the astronomers are telling us, it is a significant sign to say the least.
This is yet another sign of the times folks. Get ready, be prepared. Jesus is returning soon! God Bless!