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I just heard from Vanita that her 7th grandchild was born at 8 pm on July 3, 2020, while President Trump was giving his Mount Rushmore speech.
She was given the name Shiloh. The parents are unaware of the overcomer realm, which only makes this more striking.
Genesis 49:10 says,
10 The scepter shall not depart from Judah, nor the ruler’s staff from between his feet, until Shiloh comes, and to him shall be the obedience [or “gathering’] of the peoples.
Most people miss the significance of this prophecy because they do not understand the difference between Judah and Joseph (or Ephraim). The scepter is the Dominion Mandate, first given in Genesis 1:26 KJV and later passed down to the tribe of Judah. The Fruitfulness Mandate, first given in Genesis 1:28, was given to the sons of Joseph.
The two Mandates together formed the Birthright until Jacob divided them and gave them to different sons. After that division, the Fruitfulness Mandate retained the title of the Birthright. See 1 Chronicles 5:1, 2.
Once we understand these terms, we can see that Jacob gave Judah the “scepter” temporarily “until Shiloh comes.” As this prophecy worked out historically, Christ came the first time of the tribe of Judah in order to receive the scepter, that is, the Dominion Mandate. But because His throne rights were disputed, His claim was tied up in the divine court until His second coming, when He comes through Joseph, with His robe dipped in blood (Genesis 37:31; Revelation 19:13).
In other words, His second coming is designed to claim the Birthright and its Fruitfulness Mandate, by which the sons of God are brought to birth. At that point, both of these aspects of the original Birthright are brought back under one Head so that they may be fulfilled in God’s purpose for the earth.
So now we are seeing the sign of the birth of Shiloh on the 4th of July in 2020. Shiloh was born at 8 pm on July 3, which, by Hebrew time, is at the beginning of the next day, July 4. And this, as we have shown, is the 1335th day since the President’s election in 2016. It is the day of blessing, according to Daniel 12:12.
The birth of Shiloh, then, gives us more context to the meaning of the 1335th day, as it applies to us in 2020. Shiloh means “safety, tranquility, at rest.” When the Ark of the Covenant and the first Tabernacle was brought to Shiloh in Joshua 18:1, the Israelites saw the first fulfillment of the prophecy of Shiloh. However, the Scepter did not depart from Judah at that time. It only suggested a time of relative peace, as the initial wars to take the land had been concluded.
It is only in our time that the scepter is departing from Judah, for it must give way to Joseph’s greater claim. The scepter was never meant to remain in the tribe of Judah forever. Hence, we were not to see the era of peace until the Shiloh prophecy is fulfilled in the second coming of Christ. The birth of Shiloh last week is a sign and signal of this era of peace that is coming soon. It also foreshadows the second coming of Christ as “Joseph” and the unification of the sticks of Judah and Joseph prophesied in Ezekiel 37:19.
With all of the turmoil, rumors of war, and predictions of disaster, the birth of Shiloh on the 4th of July stands as a beacon of hope. This light shines in the darkness, and the darkness neither understands it nor can it extinguish it (John 1:5).