Solar Eclipses can be Ebenezers

A total solar eclipse can be considered both an event and an object. Eclipses are events because the viewer sees a show involving daylight turning into darkness. Equally, eclipses are objects because it is built into the permanent celestial timeline. Science can prove that eclipses occurred via astronomical calculations transforming them into objects. As a result, eclipses are both a fleeting moment and an object that will remind everyone of the event for centuries to come.

Pivotal moments in the Bible are frequently marked with objects. “Samuel took a stone, and set it between Mizpeh and Shen, and called the name of it Ebenezer, saying, Hitherto hath Jehovah helped us” (1 Samuel 7:12). This Ebenezer is a stone of remembrance. God helping Israel is an event, and the rock turned the event into an object. The Ebenezer was visible for generations to come. Joshua laid 12 stones where they crossed into the Promised Land to remind all generations of their crossing. Moses gave all 12 tribes a stone on the priest’s stone plate to remind Israel of the 12 tribes. These all are fleeting moments that are marked by permanent objects.

Solar eclipses are objects recorded in the history of time as an Ebenezer symbol of God’s provision. There is no way for a person to shift a solar eclipse, for it is a non-changing timeline of the stars without gaps or pauses but can be played forward or backward with the same results. The scientifically provable facts of an eclipse’s location and time make them a perfect Ebenezer.

The Holy Spirit has blessed us with the knowledge of how to calculate all solar eclipse’s locations and dates. We now can find locations and dates of eclipses going back to the time of Abraham. Star charts provide dates and locations of eclipses, magnitudes of the eclipses, and other valid data. Now, for the first time, one can see what our ancestors saw thousands of years ago!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *