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THE SHEMITAH: A Christian Perspective On The Seven Year Cycle

by Katherine Frisk, The Phaser:

If you think the seven year cycle of the Shemitah is another “conspiracy theory,” then I have to ask:

How many days of the week are there?

How many planets are there in our solar system? (Pluto does not count)

Are there no spring, summer, autumn and winter cycles?

To quote from the Gospels: “He told them a parable. “See the fig tree, and all the trees. When they are already budding, you see it and know by your own selves that the summer is already near.”   Luke 21:29

As with the seasons so we have many other cycles that intertwine and interconnect. One of these is the seven year cycle which is a fractal of the seven days of the week. This is extended to 70 year cycles, 700 year cycles and 7,000 year cycles.

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6 comments to THE SHEMITAH: A Christian Perspective On The Seven Year Cycle

  • The greatest destruction of the economy will occur this September when about 1.5 billion Christians are raptured. This will remove 1.5 billion consumers from this earth. They will all leave their debts behind. This will result in about 250 million homes that will be empty and about 400 million cars plus credit card debt that will not be paid. Home prices will plummet, used cars will be super cheap, and the credit card debt will be unpaid. This will result in a huge hit for the banks from which they cannot recover, not to mention all the other domino effects that will happen as a result of this. If you want more info, see my articles at God Bless.

  • Gnostic

    John, where do i send a donation? lol

  • KSKing

    After the 7th 7 year cycle you have the year of Jubilee. In this year slaves are freed and all land reverts back to their original owner. ’14/’15 is a 7th Shemitah, therefore ’15/’16 is a Jubilee. This also the 70th Jubilee. Imo the 70th Jubilee is much more significant than the shemitah.

    My argument is simple; is it God who uses these dates, or is it men who use these cycles to claim/imply that God is behind events? Like prophecy, does the prophetic predict what is to occur, or does it plant an idea that others then bring into existence?

    John, look forward to your comments in October of this year.

  • Katherine

    I think that is something you will have to decide for yourself, however I refer you to the last paragraph,as seen in a “Christian context,”

    “The most important message in the New Testament, is that instead of Shemitah, debt forgiveness, sin forgiveness and receiving redemption on a 7 day basis, a 7 year basis or even a 70 year basis, this is something done in daily life. Forgiveness is not bound by ritual hours, days, seasons or years. It is a constant and essential part of Christian life.”

    The 7 year cycle, droughts, floods, etc are real and part of the Earth’s makeup, to ignore this and pretend it does not exist, is silly. However, debt forgiveness, being the message in both the Joseph story and the Jesus story, according to the “Christian context,”is not something that should be hampered by ritual, seasons, or yearly cycles. In both instances, whether you believe in a “God,”or not, this is a humanitarian action towards our fellow human beings.

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