Terrorist Attack At Travis Air Force Base in California
Trump Administration Approves $1b Arms Sale To Saudi Arabia, Including More Than 6,500 Missiles
Out-Of-Control Chinese Space Station 'Will Crash Into Earth Over Easter Weekend
How To Make Your Own Arrows
(Link recommended only for people who have unlimited internet data. Lots of images. Very long article. Videos included.)
Women-Only College Objects to Professors Using the Word 'Women'
(Link recommended only if you have a good ad blocker.)
Holy Day Calendars for 2018-2019-2020-2021 Edited & Updated & Improved
You can print these calendars from the following article:
When Does A New Year Begin in GOD's Created Calendar
Previously, concerning when to start the new year, I said on the website:
QUOTE: "So, we count 29-30 days for each & every month until we come to the Spring Equinox. Since 29-30 days of each month times 12 month = (6 months of 29, 6 months of 30 days) 29.5x12= 354 days BUT there are 365 1/4 days in a year (revolution of the Earth around the sun). We are going to come up short.
That's where it becomes confusing to me. Can we start the new year at a new moon BEFORE the 365 1/4 days cycle is complete? Do we have to wait until the NEXT new moon AFTER the cycle is complete to start the year? Can we be in the middle of a month and begin a new year? would we say it is the 13th month, 12th Day of the month but the first day of the year? We cannot start a new month until the moon finishes its 29-30 day cycle. If anyone can help clarify things for me, I would appreciate it. Until then, I believe the best solution is found in this quote below. Although, I do NOT believe that we should FOLLOW and OBEY what the Jews say about everything concerning the calendar or anything else, I do observe that they might have a good understanding about how to calculate the new year.
Therefore I quote from the following website......:
'The month of Nissan occurs 11 days earlier each year for two or three years, and then jumps forward 30 days, balancing out the drift." "A year with 13 months is referred to in Hebrew as Shanah Me'uberet (pronounced shah-NAH meh-oo-BEH-reht), literally: a pregnant year. In English, we commonly call it a leap year. The additional month is known as Adar I, Adar Rishon (first Adar) or Adar Alef (the Hebrew letter Alef being the numeral "1" in Hebrew). The extra month is inserted before the regular month of Adar (known in such years as Adar II, Adar Sheini or Adar Beit). Note that Adar II is the "real" Adar, the one in which Purim is celebrated'...". End quote.
Therefore, until now, I have just followed whatever the Jewish governing authorities said about when to insert a 13th month, and when not to. But now I am understanding much better about what constitutes the beginning of the year and when to add the 13th month.
Therefore I now release the following correction:
We already understood that the when the sun rises, that starts a new day. For PROOF please visit http://www.isawthelightministries.com/daystarts.html
And when the moon first begins to shine again after 1-2 nights of darkness, the new crescent begins a new month.
The sun rules the day. The moon rules the month.
According to Gen.1:14, ALL of the heavenly bodies (sun, moon, stars) are also for the purpose of calculating the years & seasons, not just the days, nights and months. Gen.1:14 (AOB) says "THEN THE THEOS (Alpha & Omega) SAID, "LET THERE BE LIGHTS IN THE EXPANSE OF THE UNIVERSE TO SEPARATE THE DAY FROM THE NIGHT, AND LET THEM BE FOR SIGNS AND FOR SEASONS AND FOR DAYS AND
If we are looking for ONLY the rising and setting of the sun and moon, we cannot tell the seasons and years. Therefore we must also consider the location of the Earth compared to the sun and the stars. We know for a fact that spring agrees at the Spring/Vernal Equinox. This is when the Earth has made a complete circle around the sun which takes a full year. Therefore, Spring Equinox, March 20, is the beginning of each year. It doesn't make any sense for a new year to begin in the winter, or in the middle of any season. The only thing that makes sense is for the new year to begin with the new Spring.
EXO 12:2 “THIS MONTH SHALL BE TO YOU THE BEGINNING OF MONTHS: IT IS THE FIRST TO YOU AMONG THE MONTHS OF THE YEAR".
But here is where it gets confusing: The new moon usually does NOT begin on March 20. The new moon can be 2 weeks before, or 2 weeks after the Spring Equinox. Some times just a day or two before or after. So should we say that the closest new moon to the Spring Equinox is the first day of the new year, because it is the beginning of the month, even if that new moon is BEFORE the equinox? The Jews say that the first month can begin before or after the equinox. But that confuses me. How can we say that the first month of the new year begins before the year begins? If we say that the new year has started before the new year, that doesn't make any sense!
Therefore, the bottom line/conclusion MUST be that the new year begins at the equinox, but the first month of the new year does not begin until the first new moon AFTER the equinox. Always. But then, that could still leave us several days, perhaps 2 weeks before the equinox that must be identified to what month it is. IF we finish the 12th month BEFORE equinox, and still have some days remaining until the equinox, then we MUST proclaim those days as the 13th month. We cannot proclaim those days as being month #1 of the new year when the new year (equinox) has NOT yet occurred. The Earth has NOT yet finished it's rotation around the sun. The constellations are also not yet in their perfect location. Constellations are in specific locations each week of the year, and therefore you can actually tell the date by the stars.
Regardless of what method you use in GOD's calendar, you are still going to need a 13th month occasionally. But always declaring the first new moon after equinox is the only true method that makes any sense. And I believe that JESUS has taught me this.
HOW THIS AFFECTS THIS YEARS CALENDAR AND THE HOLY DAYS:
I had previously declared March 18 as the first day of the 1st month. That's wrong. Therefore Passover cannot be March 31.
Instead, March 18 was the first day of the 13th month. Both the 12th month and the 13th months are called "Adar". Purim is observed in the last month of the year, regardless of whether there is 12 or 13 months. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adar
Therefore, Purim has NOT yet occurred!!!!!!
Purim will be March 31 and April 1, (when we were previously going to observe Passover & while the rest of the world does Easter, April Fools Day AND Passover. But it will really be Purim.)
But now we will observe Passover on April 30.
And the 7 Days of Unleavened Bread May 1-7.
Holy Day Calendars for 2018-2019-2020-2021 = Edited & Updated & Improved
You can print these calendars from the following article:
Here is the beautiful thing:
If I am wrong about when to observe Passover, and if we should do Passover on March 31, but do it instead on April 30 as I am now teaching, then we would still be observing it correctly, because April 30 would be the "2nd Chance Passover". So either date, we would still be pleasing to JESUS!
...But the other Holy Days later in the year, would be wrong if I am wrong about the dates.
If my new changes are wrong, JESUS is not going to punish us for ignorantly keeping the dates on the wrong dates, as long as we are trying our best to keep his commandments as much as we can possibly understand. HE knows that we are humans and that we make mistakes. But we do continue to be open minded to correction and learning and growing in the truth, and that is what I believe that we are doing, Not going backward, but forward, to more and more truth. We are all learning, including myself. I believe that this new teaching is the correct manner of teaching of when the new year begins, and that JESUS has now taught me/us this.
Revealed March 21, 2018, Shared with the Body of Christ on March 22, Shared with the world on March 23.
In JESUS Name,
Apostle Tim of I Saw The Light Ministries