Words in italic type have been added for clarity. They are not found in the original Hebrew or Aramaic.
What should I learn from this chapter?
- The Pattern between Jesus’ Return and Yom Kippur.
- And how the seven year tribulation is represented by the seven days of affliction preceding Yom Kippur.
- How Daniel’s prophetic Days are connected to the autumn Jewish Feasts, 1,335 days.
Daniel 12:12 Blessed is he who waits, and comes to the one thousand three hundred and thirty-fivedays.
A Prayer of Faith in Time of Distress
To the Chief Musician. With stringed instruments. On an eight-stringed harp (Heb. Sheminith). A Psalm of David.
Psalm 6:1 O Lord, do not rebuke me in Your anger,
Nor chasten me in Your hot displeasure.
Psalm 6:2 Have mercy on me, O Lord, for I am weak;
- Romans 7:24 O wretched man that I am! Who will deliver me from this body of death? 25 I thank God—through Jesus Christ our Lord! So then, with the mind I myself serve the law of God, but with the flesh the law of sin.
O Lord, heal me, for my bones are troubled.
Psalm 6:3 My soul also is greatly troubled;
But You, O Lord—how long?
Psalm 6:4 Return, O Lord, deliver me!
Oh, save me for Your mercies’ sake!
- King David feels the absence of God and wants to feel his presence again. But there is another return when Jesus comes to set up His kingdom on earth.
- The Jewish Feast “Yom Kippur” the Day of Atonement is known as “The Return”. It is the day after seven days of affliction preparing to return to the Lord.
- However; it is a pattern for Jesus to set up His kingdom on earth in Jerusalem. The Day of Return comes after seven years of tribulation in which the Antichrist (Counterfeit Christ) has been defeated.
- The Plea for God’s return will be repeated by the remnant of Jews who have been on the run hiding from the Antichrist during the seven years of tribulation and, at the end, they are on the verge of annihilation. When it appears all hope is lost, Jesus will appear with his army of saints and defeat their global enemy.
Above: Verification Jewish Feasts are attached to End Time Prophecies
Psalm 6:5 For in death there is no remembrance of You;
In the grave who will give You thanks?
- Remind God that you praise him while you live. It gives Him a reason to keep you alive.
Psalm 6:6 I am weary with my groaning;
All night (Or Every night) I make my bed swim;
I drench my couch with my tears.
Psalm 6:7 My eye wastes away because of grief;
It grows old because of all my enemies.
Psalm 6:8 Depart from me, all you workers of iniquity;
For the Lord has heard the voice of my weeping.
Psalm 6:9 The Lord has heard my supplication;
The Lord will receive my prayer.
- You know God had heard you when you are suddenly at peace.