~ Purim ~
The Moon Enters The Night: The Moon
Sundown, 2017.03.12 to Sundown, 2017.03.13 = Hebrew Day 339 of 353;
From and including: Friday, April 8, 2016
To and including: Sunday, March 12, 2017
Result: 339 days
It is 339 days from the start date to the end date, end date included
Or 11 months, 5 days including the end date
From and including: Monday, January 26, 2015
To, but not including Monday, March 13, 2017
Result: 777 days
It is 777 days from the start date to the end date, but not including the end date
Or 2 years, 1 month, 15 days excluding the end date
- Day 383 + 339 Days = Day 722;
- Day 736 + 339 Days = Day 1075;
- Day 1075 + 28 Days = 5777.01.14;
- Day 1075 + 31 Days = 5777.01.17;
- Day 1075 + 35 Days = 5777.01.21;
- Day 1075 + 39 Days = 5777.01.25;
- Day 1089 + 339 Days = Day 1428;
- Day 1089 + 722 Days = Day 1811;
- Day 1811 + 14 Days = 5776.12.29;
- Day 1811 + 29 Days = 5777.01.15 @ Numbers 33:3;
- Day 1089 + 1075 Days = Day 2164;
- Day 1089 + 1428 Days = Day 2517;
- Day 1089 + 1811 Days = Day 2900;
- Note: 2929 – 1840 = Jesus Is King;
- Day 2900 + 29 Days = Israel;
- Day 1089 + 2164 Days = Day 3253;
- Day 1089 + 2517 Days = Day 3606;
- Day 3606 + 30 Days = The Spirit and The Bride;
- Day 2531 + 722 Days = Day 3253;
- Day 5092 + 722 Days = Day 5814.
Esther 9 Names of God Bible (NOG)
The Jews Defend Themselves
The Festival of Purim Instituted by Esther and Mordecai
20 Now, Mordecai wrote these things down and sent official letters to all the Jews in all the provinces of King Xerxes, near and far. 21 He established the fourteenth and fifteenth days of the month of Adar as days they must observe every year. 22 They were to observe them just like the days when the Jews freed themselves from their enemies. In that month their grief turned to joy and their mourning into a holiday. He declared that these days are to be days for feasting and celebrating and for sending gifts of food to one another, especially gifts to the poor.
23 So the Jews accepted as tradition what they had begun, as Mordecai had written to them. 24 It was because Haman, the enemy of all the Jews, had plotted against the Jews to destroy them. (Haman was the son of Hammedatha and was from Agag.) Haman had the Pur (which means the lot) thrown in order to determine when to crush and destroy them. 25 But when this came to the king’s attention, he ordered, in the well-known letter, that the evil plan Haman had plotted against the Jews should turn back on his own head. As a result, they hung Haman and his sons on poles.
26 So the Jews called these days Purim, based on the word Pur. Therefore, because of everything that was said in this letter—both what they had seen and what had happened to them— 27 the Jews established a tradition for themselves and their descendants and for anyone who would join them. The tradition was that a person should never fail to observe these two days every year, as they were described and at their appointed time. 28 So these days must be remembered and observed in every age, family, province, and city. These days of Purim must not be ignored among the Jews, and the importance of these days must never be forgotten by the generations to come.
29 Abihail’s daughter Queen Esther and Mordecai the Jew wrote with full authority in order to establish with this second letter the well-known celebration of Purim. 30 Mordecai sent official documents granting peace and security to all the Jews in the 127 provinces of the kingdom of Xerxes. 31 He did this in order to establish these days of Purim at the appointed time. Mordecai the Jew and Queen Esther established them for themselves, as they had established for themselves and their descendants the practices of fasting with sadness. 32 Esther’s command had established these practices of Purim, and they are written in a book.