The Book of Jubilees: The Torah Calendar eBook - Book - Page 257
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Genesis 1:17-19 KJV
And God set them in the firmament of the heaven to give light upon the earth, And
to rule over the day [1st] and over the night [2nd], and to divide the light [1st] from
the darkness [2nd]: and God saw that it was good. [Creation during Day] And the
evening and the morning were the fourth day.
Notice, night (darkness) is also certified good, Yahuah saw that it was. It was not
evil in the beginning nor is it today. Yahuah created all day, then it was evening
and then it was morning as those are at the end of the day’s activities not the
beginning. This is the Biblical calendar set forth by Jubilees, the Torah Calendar
and confirmed in Torah many times as well as the rest of the Old Testament and
even the New especially the death and resurrection of Messiah. This calendar
is well attested through time and our modern understanding is Pharisee leaven
waiting to be exposed. Test this for yourself.
The Qumran calendar from Jubilees began on the 4th day of Creation when
the sun was created. The Biblical Feasts would essentially fall on the same day of
the week each year and the calendar was consistent. For instance, Messiah was
captured on Passover after His Passover meal with His disciples according to
scripture. That is what it says as the disciples even purchased the Passover lamb.
This would be a Tuesday evening. He would be crucified the next day from 9 am
- 3 pm on Wednesday, Abib 15 and this must be the case because Jacob was to
be sacrificed that same day, the 15th not the 14th. He placed in the tomb before
sunrise on Thursday but not anointed until the next morning at sunrise as that
was the Feast Sabbath on Wednesday. He would be in the Earth for three full
days and nights just as He said He would and He rose on Sabbath (Saturday) just
before sunrise which would begin the day on Sunday. He rose on the Sabbath not
on Sunday though on today’s calendar we call that Sunday morning. It was still
considered Saturday and that was Sabbath on the Biblical calendar as the Sabbath
remains. There is no issue for a church to meet on Sunday however, but just do not
call that the Sabbath unless you are meeting prior to 6 am. There is no conflict in
any of the Gospels on this as one must reconcile our modern calendar with that
of the Bible with the understanding that Joseph of Arimathea, though saved, was
a prominent Pharisee following the Pharisee Lunar calendar not the Biblical one.
It appears he did become a believer, however, which is most important but not the
only topic of importance by far.