Today is "Wavesheaf Day" on the Lord's calendar, the first count in the Omer toward Shavuot. You may have noticed how we didn't announce the beginning of Aviv (March 30), or, of the Hag haMatzot (April 13), for that matter. In this season, when we know the prophetic timeline has been very substantially skewed, our manner of watching is less focused on the calendar. Even still, I did receive a related pair of time signs on Thursday, which was the first day of Hag haMatzot, so I do plan to give special attention to the last day of the feast (Wednesday the 19th) to see if it too is specially marked. That's an anniversary of the day appointed for the Bride Theft!
For many years we gave special attention to the annual watch day that is the 13th day of the first month (April 11), but not this year. Over many years of watching, knowing both what to watch for and when to watch for it, we saw what was necessary for us to have the confidence we needed. The Lawless One will be revealed on schedule. The Lord will come for His Bride on schedule. His amazing plan is working out just as it must. We marvel at the Lord's attentiveness to us, of His loving care and provision for us. This is an extraordinary season for salvation and the Lord of the Harvest continues to watch so beautifully over His beloved.