|And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night; and let them be for , and for , and for days, and years. Gen 1:14|
We have entered a very significant year on the Lord's calendar.
This Hebrew year 5775 (which began on the Gregorian calendar in September 2014 and ends in September 2015) is known as a Shemitah year. According to the Scriptures (Leviticus 25; Deuteronomy 15:1-2), a Shemitah year occurred every 7th year and was called a Sabbatical Year when all outstanding debts were waived, the land rested from being farmed, and "the nation collectively took a breather and focused on higher, more spiritual pursuits." [Source: chabad.org]
Why is this Shemitah year more significant than past ones? Because three of a tetrad--a series of four--blood moons will occur. The first of the tetrad occurred on Passover and the next three are to ALSO OCCUR ON FEAST DAYS.
The following 20-minute videos will explain the weightiness of these events more fully:
The Mystery of the Shemitah
Living in the Best of Times and the Worst of Times~