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Seventh Day Theology - Passion Week - The Day of Dinah and Shechem - Vindicated and Back

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Seventh Day Theology - Passion Week - The Day of “Dinah and Shechem” 


The Seventh Day Theology is the Day of “the youngest, the Day of Dinah and vindication, the Day of Shechem and sin, the day of the gate, the day of the King and the day of the Kingdom. In the Passion Week, the seventh day is the Eighth Day or the First Day. Jesus rises on the Eighth Day or from another perspective, rises on the First Day. Jesus sets the foundation on the Eight Day. (Joshua 6:26)

The truth is the First Day and the Eighth Day is the “Eternal Day”. Jesus rises and steps into eternity, the “Eternal Day”. The Eternal Day is the day without beginning or end. The Eternal Day is the hour of Melchizedek. The “Melchizedek Hour” is the hour of righteousness and peace. It is the hour that has no beginning of days or an end of life. The hour is the hour of the Son of God who is like Melchizedek, a priest perpetually. (Hebrews 7:1-3)

Dinah is the Leah’s only daughter. Shechem is the man who raped Dinah in the incident in the town also named “Shechem”. Even after raping Dinah, Shechem wanted to marry Dinah. To marry Dinah, the sons of Judah convinced the men of Shechem to be circumsized. Three days after the men of Shechem were still in pain, Simeon and Levi took their swords and murdered all the men of the city. (Genesis 34) When reading through the Old Testament stories, Shechem is visited many times. One could say because of the incident in Shechem began Jacob’s troubles, Jacob’s seven weeks and the lack of one step on Jacob’s ladder. Jacob only has seven steps or seven cursed weeks.

First begin with the Passion Week, Jesus rises on the Eighth Day or the First Day of the Passion Week. When viewing this day in light of Seventh Day Theology, this Eighth or First Day becomes the Seventh Day. To understand this perspective of a Seventh, Eighth or a First Day, the reasoning is found in the Benjamin and the Death of Rachel’s children Week. The problem lies in Israel’s weeks or in this case week. All of Israel’s weeks are curses. There is no Eighth Day in any of Israel’s weeks. God does not act on the week and leave a revelation. In this case with reference to Joshua 6:26 and the youngest, the death of the youngest does not set the gate because the gate is not pure. The key to purifying the gate is “Jesus who came in the flesh rises from the dead”. Jesus has to rise to set everything into motion before time and after time. Because Jesus stepped into the Eighth day, time is officially coming to an end.

Israel’s seventh week, Benjamin and the death of Rachel’s children, begins with the birth of Abraham. Rachel weeps for this week. She actually weeps several times for her offspring. How many times does she weep? She weeps when she learns she is having another son. Benjamin. She weeps when her offspring is led into Babylonian captivity and exile. She weeps when the children, the innocent, are slaughter in Bethlehem. Rachel’s children represents the “youngest”. In the case of the “innocent”, the youngest. Joshua 6:26 is fulfilled.

“Cursed before the Lord is the one who undertakes to rebuild this city, Jericho:

“At the cost of his firstborn son

he will lay its foundations;

at the cost of his youngest

he will set up its gates.”

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The problem is the gate cannot be set because the week is cursed so God does not move in the week. The Benjamin and death of Rachel’s children is fulfilled in 1948, Israel. There is no gate set yet. The curse is broken because Jesus rises from the dead and here is where the names “Dinah and Shechem” come into play. Jesus is the advocate who makes the gate pure. Today, we call it “grace and forgiveness”. Dinah means vindicated. Shechem means back and shoulders.

Who vindicates? Jeremiah 51:10 (NIV)

The Lord has brought about our vindication;

Come and let us recount in Zion

The work of the Lord our God!

Who bore us on his shoulders and back? Isaiah 53:5 (KJV)

But he was wounded for our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities: the chastisement of our peace was upon him; and with his stripes we are healed.

The setting of the gate will not be fully realized until the Eight Day, The Theology of the Eighth Day, the First Resurrection Week. Rachel will weep again for her children one last time.

The curse is broken by Christ with Lord’s Antiphon: Jesus is the advocate who cleanses and is cleansing the gate. This work of grace continues until the dead and the living rise on the Eight day of the First Resurrection Week.


The Second Pentecost Week is God’s seventh and last week. This is the week of the kingdom with the revelation, God is the Kingdom. This week probably began in 1972 with the height of the Jesus Movement. The main theme of the Jesus movement is the “kingdom of God”. The Spirit works this week and will have to leave the temple to usher in the Kingdom of God into this space we call universe. This will happen in the jubilee year which should be fifty years from now. This week is a 50 to 50 hour week where an hour is a year. We just might be in the middle of the Second Pentecost week. The living temple has to fall. The temple falling is not the Spirit’s work. Anyone living the last fifty years has been enjoying the ride through the Second Pentecost Week. The secret of life is opening up the door. This might just be the last ride.

The revelation of the Second Pentecost Week is and will be “God is the kingdom”. The Lord’s Speculum is “Jesus is the King”. The worker who works the Second Pentecost Week is the Spirit.

All hail the Father who is holy (2) and is worshipped in Spirit and Truth (3).
All hail the Son who is with us (4) and is touched (5).
All hail the Spirit who is in us (6) and is the Kingdom (7).
All hail God who is light (1).
Praise God, the Father, the Son and the Spirit.

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