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Last updated on November 3, 2023

“Now see that I, even I, am He,
And there is no God besides Me;
I kill and I make alive;
I wound and I heal:
Nor is there any who can deliver from My hand.
For I raise My hand to heaven,
And say, ‘As I live forever…’’


Deuteronomy 32:39-40


“Rejoice, O Gentiles, with His people;
For He will avenge the blood of His servants,
And render vengeance to His adversaries;
He will provide atonement for His land and His people.”


Deuteronomy 32:43


Have you wondered if there is a reference in the Old Testament to the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ? While researching time reversals in the Bible for Seventh Dimension- The Howling, I came across these two passages: Deuteronomy, 32:39-40 and 32:43.

I also found this fascinating article on the web: Resurrection, Reversing Time & DOD Monitoring Here[i].

The original piece suggested how God reversed the sun’s position by ten degrees in the Bible, referring to Ahaz’s sundial: “‘Behold, I will bring the shadow on the sundial, which has gone down with the sun on the sundial of Ahaz, ten degrees backward.’ So the sun returned ten degrees on the dial by which it had gone down” (Isaiah 38:8).

Since then, the author has updated it with even more compelling information, like explaining the “death and resurrection” process as a time reversal.

Most of the information the author presents is out of my comfort zone; I’m not a mathematician, but the reference to Deuteronomy is enlightening. Even in the Old Testament, God gives hints about a coming resurrection.

In Deuteronomy 32:43, Moses alludes to His return as the Messiah, to avenge the blood of His servants, render vengeance on His adversaries, and that He would be merciful unto His land and His people.

Jesus said to the scribes and Pharisees shortly before His crucifixion, “See! Your house is left to you desolate; for I say to you, you shall see Me no more till you say, ‘Blessed is He who comes in the name of the LORD!’” (Matthew 23:39).

As we near the days of the Tribulation, I’m always looking for passages in the Old Testament relevant to the Messiah’s return, particularly in the Torah.

Interestingly, these Deuteronomy passages also infer that no one can take away those God has called, that Yeshua lifted His hands on the cross (death), and that His human life was swallowed up in victory (eternal life).

While time reversals may be scientifically possible, I would hate to trust my eternal destiny to a human hypothesis. God can and has reversed time in the past, but believing He will give us a second chance, a third chance, or a fourth chance in the future is risky business.

Each time we say no to God, we harden our hearts. How many opportunities do you need to do what you can do today? A day is coming when God will not delay His return, run the clock backward, or reverse time. The Kingdom of God is here; today is the day of salvation. Don’t delay if you haven’t accepted Jesus as your Lord and Savior.

PRAYER: Please show me, Lord, how to reveal to the Jews that their Savior is Yeshua Hamashiach, which means Jesus the Messiah.

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[i] Roffman, Barry S., “Resurrection, Reversing Time & DOD Monitoring Here.”  Updated 5-23-18 and 7-25-21.


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