The Book of Jubilees: The Torah Calendar eBook - Book - Page 275
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1st Book Of Enoch 10:17 [Book of the Watchers]
And now all the righteous will be humble, and will live until they beget thousands.
And all the days of their youth, and their sabbaths, they will fulfill in peace.
1st Book Of Enoch 106:14 [Book of the Noah]
And behold, they (Watcher fallen angels) commit sin and transgress the law…
1st Book Of Enoch 106:19 [Book of the Noah]
For I know the mysteries of the Holy Ones, for the Lord showed them to me and made
them known to me, and I read them in the Tablets of Heaven.
The Law of Noah
Just as Moses, Noah is on record as having Law to follow and it is very similar to
that of Moses. Compare these to the 10 commandments and the 2 commandments
of Messiah and all three are a match. The Law is the Law and it remains all these
thousands of years since Creation. Yahuah didn’t write temporary rules Himself.
And in the twenty-eighth jubilee [1324-1372 A.M.] Noah began to enjoin upon his
sons’ sons the ordinances and commandments, and all the judgments that he knew,
and he exhorted his sons to observe righteousness, and to cover the shame of their flesh,
and to bless their Creator, and honor father and mother, and love their neighbour, and
guard their souls from fornication and
uncleanness and all iniquity.
Notice, Noah and his sons kept this law thus it is not new in the days of Moses
but a renewal. Abraham kept the Law and the Sabbath as well.
Genesis 26:5 KJV
Because that Abraham obeyed my voice, and kept my charge, my commandments, my
statutes, and my laws.
Messiah kept the Sabbath and He never broke it as it was His custom (Lk. 4:16,
13:10; Mk. 1:21, 6:2, 15:42 and many more ). The Pharisee Sabbath is not His Sabbath
and He rebuked them as turning Torah against His commandments which
includes the Sabbath (Mark 7:9). He healed on the Sabbath as a routine (Luke 13,
John 5, John 9, etc.) but it has always been and always will be “lawful to do well
on the Sabbath” (Mt. 12:12). Healing is mercy not work.
He allowed His disciples to eat the corn they picked on the Sabbath (Mt. 12). He
reminded the Pharisees He had such authority and just as David ate the