On our last P.I.D. Radio show, Sharon and I discussed a short piece she’d written about the Birchat Hachama, a Jewish celebration that occurs once every 28 years to mark the return of the sun to its original position during Creation. This year, it occurred on Passover — for only the third time in history.
The previous two times, according to Jewish tradition, were the year before the Exodus and the first day of Esther’s fast before the miracle of Purim (the Persian decree to kill all Jews was annulled later that year).
But when believers who devote themselves to the study of prophecy misunderstand us, we obviously didn’t make our point clear.