The Eighth Day
A day shrouded in mystery, the Eighth Day, following the Feast of Tabernacles, quite possibly represents the biggest mystery of all.
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The Eighth Day actually is about the new heaven and we’re going to talk about it today.
I want to start with the past. This is a day that is shrouded in mystery, isn’t it? We don’t know too much about it. In the early 60s, the United States Army sent the first soldiers into battle into Vietnam. They were called the Seventh Cavalry – the Air Cav. The Viet Cong called them the Helicopter Soldiers, because they were deposited on the field of battle by helicopters. It had never been done before.
The commander of the Seventh Cavalry had nightmarish concerns about their success. He had seen pictures of French soldiers slaughtered by the Viet Cong years before. And it was not lost on him that the Seventh Cavalry was the designation given to the army of George Armstrong Custer.