I have purposely avoided the subject of the “Shemitah”, but this article caught my eye. It speaks to my feelings on the subject, “I’m Christian not Jewish”.
Now before everyone goes and accuses me of antisemitism, that is not what I mean by that statement, I mean I follow the Holy Bible (KJV to be exact), not the “Torah”.
Yes strange things happen on the “Blood Moon” cycle, it’s not like God didn’t tell us this “And I will shew wonders in heaven above, and signs in the earth beneath; blood, and fire, and vapour of smoke” Acts 2:19-20, plain enough isn’t it?
All I am saying is, there are a lot of unscrupulous pastors(rabbi”s) making a whole passel of money off of people that are freaked out by things(if they happen) they can’t do anything about anyway.”
“So do not worry about tomorrow; for tomorrow will care for itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own” Matthew 6:34 NASB
By now, you must have seen the unusual Hebrew word that describes the seventh year, or Sabbath rest, of the seven-year cycle of life that God gave to ancient Israel. Given the word is Hebrew, its transliteration into English is not standardized, so it can appear in print as Shemitah, Shmittah or even Shmita.“Shemitah” is becoming the most popular spelling today, thanks to its use by best-selling author Jonathan Cahn in his book, “The Mystery of the Shemitah.” But the new thing happening in the last week or so does not involve the spelling of the word, but its location. The word “Shemitah” is now quickly finding itself beyond the pages of Christian publications and into the mainstream press.