Now is the winter of our discontent made
glorious summer by the sun (or son) of York.
Shakespeare/ Richard III, 1594
Excerpted from the book Listen Hear, A Divine Love Story by Debra Clemente
176:2.6 “And now concerning the travail of Jerusalem, about which I have spoken to you, even this generation will not pass away until my words are fulfilled; but concerning the times of the coming again of the Son of Man, no one in heaven or on earth may presume to speak. But you should be wise regarding the ripening of an age; you should be alert to discern the signs of the times. You know when the fig tree shows its tender branches and puts forth its leaves that summer is near. Likewise, when the world has passed through the long winter of material-mindedness and you discern the coming of the spiritual springtime of a new dispensation, should you know that the summertime of a new visitation draws near.
176:2.7 “But what is the significance of this teaching having to do with the coming of the Sons of God?"
~ The Life and Teachings of Jesus