I have suffered tremendous persecution from the authorities in Singapore Armed Forces, freemasonry, hospitals and religious authorities. They have stalked me around and monitored my handphone messages. My family and I have suffered a lot for Yahuweho's name sake. I have suffered as much as if not more than the average apostle or reverend. As such, I should get compensated.
I have requested Yahushua and Shekinyahu to let me take torture on behalf of the whole world. I have taken up my stake and lay down my whole life for the sake of the gospel. The torture is fiery on me and is not easy but I will take it up to a certain limit as there is a maximum I can endure. For the sake of the gospel, I loved not my earthly life unto death. As such, I am more noble than all of the old testament prophets, and I should be hailed as a hero as the world can be saved without the great tribulation due to my nobility.
Please compensate me properly for I have suffered much to save the whole world from having to go through the great tribulation.
fourth day of the week: Yahushua was betrayed on Wednesday morning 14 Nisan before the cock crow, handed over to be tortured and crucified. Yahushua Mashiach is flawless and was stricken, afflicted, crushed, and impaled/crucified on Wednesday 14 Nisan; please refer to Daniel 9:27.
Please note that 15 Nisan is an annual Sabbath, the first day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread.
seventh day of the week (weekly Sabbath): Yahushua Mashiach resurrected on Saturday morning 17 Nisan; compare Halleluyah Scriptures Matthew 28:1, Mark 16:2, 16:9, Luke 24:1, John 20:1, 20:19 with these verses in Greek and Hebrew languages. Fulfilled sign of the prophet Jonah — 72 hours between betrayal hand over on Wednesday morning and resurrection on Saturday morning. Please check with Yahuweh or Yahushua.
"Now after the Shabbath, toward dawn on one of the shabbathoth, Miryam from Magdala and the other Miryam came to see the tomb" Mattithyahu 28:1
"And very early morning, on one of the shabbathoth, they came to the tomb when the sun had risen." Mark 16:2
"And having risen in the morning on one of the shabbathoth, He appeared first to Miryam from Magdala, from whom He had cast out seven demons." Mark 16:9
"And on one of the shabbathoth, at early dawn, they came to the tomb, bringing the spices which they had prepared" Luke 24:1
"And on one of the shabbathoth, Miryam from Magdala came to the tomb in the morning, when it was still dim, and saw that the stone had been removed from the tomb." John 20:1
"Heart of the earth" can mean heart of man.
first day of the week: Yahushua ascended to Heavenly Father Yahuweho — possibly on Saturday after sunset, keeping in mind that each day is from sunset to sunset; looking at Luke 24:29-51 — fulfilling sheaf of the wave offering which always falls on first day of the week/sunday within 15-21 Nisan, first of firstfruits. In the year of Yahushua's death, sheaf of the wave offering was on 18 Nisan, while the first sheaf of the wave offering was on 15 (fifteen) Nisan in Joshua 5.
Sign of the prophet Jonah could possibly have dual meanings or fulfilment. Furthermore fulfilling sign of the prophet Jonah, by having been between death and ascension to Heavenly Father Yahuweh three full days and three full nights between end of 14 Nisan and end of 17 Nisan.
second day of the week (with 7 weekly Sabbaths after Yahushua's ascension to Heavenly Father): Ruach HaKodesh Shekinyahu came on Monday morning — looking at Acts 2:15 — fulfilling Pentecost. Pentecost is one of the seven annual Sabbaths. Pentecost is always on Monday/second day of the week. This truth is very important. I would recommend leaders/people to let people keep the seven annual Sabbaths on the correct days, to let people worship Elohim in spirit and truth.
Resurrected Mashiach is first of firstfruits and ascended to Heavenly Father Yahuweho on the first day of the week—portrayed by the wave sheaf offered on the first day of the week mentioned in Leviticus 23:11— after His resurrection on weekly Sabbath. Then we who are second in order to be reaped—"afterwards they that are Mashiach's at His coming" (1 Corinthians 15:23)—are pictured by having Pentecost fall on the second day of the week.
Each biblical day begins and ends at sunset, when the sun is no longer visible on the horizon.
The first day of a biblical month begins with the sunset after new moon at Jerusalem time. A new moon is the moment when the sun and moon are in conjunction. The biblical day which has the moment of conjunction, when the moon is fully covered by darkness at Jerusalem time is the last biblical day of a biblical month, and the next day is the first day of a month. Although moment of conjunction happens at the same moment worldwide, the clock times vary by time zone.
The biblical year possibly begins after the spring (March) equinox. An equinox is possibly when the sun crosses the plane of the earth's equator. The biblical month which has the moment of March equinox at Jerusalem time is the last biblical month of a biblical year, and the next month is the first month of a year. The earliest day the biblical year can start is the sunset after March equinox, when both March equinox at Jerusalem time and moment of conjunction at Jerusalem time occur on the same day. Although equinox possibly happens at the same moment worldwide, the clock times vary by time zone. The first day of the first month of a biblical year depends on the sun, moon.
According to source, moment of conjunction occurs at 11:37 on 20 March 2015, Jerusalem time. This indicates that the first day of a month is 21 March 2015 and starts at sunset on 20 March 2015. According to source, March equinox occurs at 00:45 on 21 March 2015, Jerusalem time. This possibly indicates that the earliest day 1 Nisan can start is 22 March and at sunset on 21 March. Currently, I believe in 2015, 1 Nisan is 20 April and starts at sunset on 19 April 2015, instead of starting at sunset on 20 March.