The problem was with windows 7 In windows XP or windows 8 I had no problem.
After several research and attempt to resolve the issue with this option solved my problem.
I just created a file with the name spark.vmoptions -Duser.timezone = GMT-2 line: 00 in the same directory as the exe is spark.
What I noticed in windows 7 in definisão the windows timezone is “UTC-03: 00) Brasilia”. If you change the windows to (UTC -02: 00) Coordinated Universal Time-02, which is not the standard of our time zone, also works without the need to create the file in spark. More in openfire server, “Server / Language and Time Zone” does not have the “UTC-03: 00) Brasilia” option. Just the “GMT-02: 00” option. I do not know which spark catches, most believe that if he had to “UTC-03: 00) Brasilia” option in openfire solve.
Longer leave the set spark.vmoptions file correctly solves the problem.