4. The Summer Generation Principle [Matt 24: 32-35- ]
“Its not yet full season.”
One of my favorites, very similar to The Final Hour Principle and The Wine-press Principle. This likewise is based upon the Millennial Day periods. See the Master, our precious Lord, spoke many parables to explain to those who have an ear to hear. Explaining exactly how things are and how they will be. His words will not pass away, and through generations of time they’re being fulfilled according to as they were given. You can have hundreds of theories but they’ll all fail, time will roll them into dust, but it is His words alone that will stand.
Jesus clearly says, when the fig tree and all trees blossom, summer is near. In another place He reminds us, that between spring and summer is four months. Drilling down into the bedrock of revelation is by understanding the etymology of these sayings.
Matt 24:32-34, (NKJ) “Now learn this parable from the fig tree: When its branch has already become tender and puts forth leaves, you know that summer is near. “So you also, when you see all these things, know that it is near– at the doors! “Assuredly, I say to you, this generation will by no means pass away till all these things take place.
In this parable, Jesus compares a human generation to that of the same periods of the months in the season of a year. ‘You know that summer is near’ and ‘this generation’. Both these in natural terms are different time periods. Human generations are periods from childbirth to childbirth, having a span of 20 – 40 years. I believe the correct biblical time span for a generation could be forty years. Whereas the seasons of spring to summer only span four months or one-third of a year.
Now in the wisdom of God, these two periods have a type of alignment by ratio. These are again the Millennial ratio. The Millennial Code calculates out the logic of months being the same as hours, and the mathematics adds up the same “When you see the new leaves, you know that summer is near.” Every Millennial month is like an hour, the same long periods of forty years. Spring to summer, this is a 160 years. Now revisit your thoughts about the making of Israel to be a nation. Dates to look at is 1917, 1949. I believe dates of the Azusa and Welsh revivals also are important.
Many troubled days and many good days are still to come on the earth; our children will carry the message of the gospel, with many new challenges. Because of this, we need to be believing and praying into the next generation and their children to come.