THE MASTER’S CLOCK!

 

Discerning The True 7th Day Sabbath of Yeshua!

PART 10

 

Confounding

The Gregorian

Calendar!

 

There are five days in just the 1st Month alone that absolutely confound the Gregorian Calendar.

 

The 10th Day of the 1st Month is the day that anyone without a lamb for the Pasach slaughter must buy one; there is no other day upon which to do this and there is never to be any buying or selling on the Sabbath.

 

So what’s the problem?

 

On the Gregorian Calendar New Moon Day (Rosh Chodesh), i.e. the 1st Day of the 1st Month can fall on any given day of the week.  Therefore the 10th Day of the 1st Month can also fall on any given day of the Gregorian week and from time to time will fall on the 7th Day Saturday!

 

The 14th Day of the 1st Month is the Pesach slaughter this is a day when personal sins are atoned for.  It falls on the day before the Feast of Unleavened Bread so that the people could enter into the Feast of Unleavened Bread as Unleavened Bread!  This is not a day that should ever fall on a weekly Sabbath; it is the Preparation Day for the Sabbath.

 

So what’s the problem?

 

On the Gregorian Calendar New Moon Day (Rosh Chodesh), i.e. the 1st Day of the 1st Month can fall on any given day of the week.  Therefore the 14th Day of the 1st Month can also fall on any given day of the Gregorian week and from time to time will fall on the 7th Day Saturday!

The 15th Day of the 1st Month is the High Sabbath of the Feast of Unleavened Bread, it should never land on a work day.

So what's the problem?

On the Gregorian Calendar New Moon Day (Rosh Chodesh), i.e. the 1st Day of the 1st Month can fall on any given day of the week. Therefore the 15th Day of the 1st Month can also fall on any given day of the Gregorian week and will more often than not fall on one of the 6 work days.

The 16th Day of the 1st Month is the Wave Sheaf offering, it is a workday when the people offered the first fruits of their barley crop.  It is to take place on the morrow after the Sabbath.

 

So what’s the problem?

 

On the Gregorian Calendar New Moon Day (Rosh Chodesh), i.e. the 1st Day of the 1st Month can fall on any given day of the week.  Therefore the 16th Day of the 1st Month can also fall on any given day of the Gregorian week and from time to time will fall on the 7th Day Saturday!

The 21st Day of the 1st Month is the 7th Day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread, it is a Chodesh Miqra and Chag, it should never fall on one of the 6 work days.

So what's the problem?

On the Gregorian Calendar New Moon Day (Rosh Chodesh), i.e. the 1st Day of the 1st Month can fall on any given day of the week.  Therefore the 21st Day of the 1st Month can also fall on any given day of the Gregorian week and more often than not will fall on one of the 6 work days!

That's just the 1st Month but there’s so much more!

If we considered the 7th Month we'd come up with a similar number of Gregorian calendar confounding situations. It is simply amazing when you think about it, how deep the mental disconnect is when we go year to year, year after year, without ever having these issues come to mind. We seriously need to wake up!

This has been Part 10 of the 17 Part series titled THE MASTER'S CLOCK! It is my sincere hope and prayer that in reading this series you'll be blessed with the revelation of Time According to the Author of Time! May your eyes be opened to The Creator's Cosmological Calendar!

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