|Posted on March 11, 2015 at 1:40 AM|
Proverbs 25:2 2 It is the glory of God to conceal a thing, but the glory of kings is to search out a thing. (I am a King/Priest unto my God). Deuteronomy 29:29 The secret things belong unto the Lord our God, but the things which are revealed belong to us and to our children forever, that we may do all of the words of this law. Romans 33:11 Oh, the depth of the riches and wisdom and knowledge of God!
The Heavens are declaring the glory of God in 2015…this info can be found on the NASA website and a Jewish calendar.
THE TRUE BIRTH DATE OF YESHUA HAMASHA/JESUS CHRIST….
People are under the impression that nobody knows the true birth date of Christ, however recent research done by the Rabbi’s has come to the conclusion that Jesus was born on NISAN 1st, the beginning of the Jewish calendar. (Jesus is Jewish and God goes by the Jewish calendar – the Gregorian calendar was named for Pope Gregory XIII, who introduced it in 1582. Further info on this is at the bottom of the report if you care to know how it is related to the date the Catholic’s chose for Easter). Nisan 1st in 2015 is March 21, On March 20 we will experience a FULL SOLAR ECLIPSE announcing Nisan 1st and the beginning of Spring and Jesus’ birthday.
LUKE 2:8 And in that vicinity there were shepherds living [out under the open sky] in the field, watching [in shifts] over their flock by night. This scripture tells us the time frame that Jesus was born. There is only one time of the year that Shepard’s were out in the fields watching the flocks of sheep at all hours of the day and night, DURING THE LAMBING SEASON. Lambs are only born at a certain time of year, in the spring. March-April or Nisan on the Jewish calendar. Jesus is the Lamb of God, who better to greet Him at His birth than the Shepard’s whose job was to watch for the Lamb? Bethlehem was the City designated to get the lambs for sacrificial offerings in the Holy Temple, so what better place for the Lamb of God to be born? Exodus 12 is key to this mystery: It says to take a lamb 1 year old- the lamb must be born at the same time of year as its death for it to be 1 year old. Jesus is our Passover Lamb who takes away the sins of the whole world. 12:3 tells every house to take a lamb on the 10th day of Nisan to their home. This was the 1st command given to Israel, “to receive the lamb”. Jesus was riding a donkey into Jerusalem on the 10th of Nisan (Palm Sunday) when everyone was waving palm branches at Him (the waving of palm branches has to do with the victory of Judas Maccabeus and the cleansing of the Holy Temple-Hanukkah); God was taking His sacrificial Lamb to His house on the same day the Jews were bringing their lambs to their homes for the Passover Lamb sacrifice on Nisan 15. The 15th is also the full moon which means fulfillment. Jesus actually died at the very day and hour the Jews killed the Passover lambs - 3pm. On First Fruits Jesus rose as the first fruit of the manifested sons of God. God is so perfect in His timing. The 10th is the fulfillment of Zechariah 9:9, riding a donkey. The 15th is fulfillment of Passover, His death. So his birth has to be before the 10th of Nisan when the lamb is brought to the temple. The only day on the Hebrew calendar that matches BIRTH & NEW BEGINNING is Nisan the 1st.
Prophetically when Jesus should be born is AT THE BEGINNING. According to Jewish Holy days the Age begins with Passover and ends with Tabernacles, when God comes down to Tabernacle with us. Exodus 12:2 says Nisan is the 1st month of the year, the real New Year and there is no command for Jews to be in Jerusalem therefore Joseph and Mary could be in Bethlehem. There is also a NEW MOON on this date. Jesus’ death changed the calendar from BC to AD. Nisan 1, 6 BC is the date they have found. This link gives much more info on the proof of the date in the earliest church writings of the Talmud and hidden writings in the vaults of the Vatican. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WfPXPQ5LwwQ&index=12&list=PLDnzUq5y48nLXvU947u7zPCQ7ACEn8h8t
DATES OF SIGNIFICANCE IN 2015…
March 20 – FULL SOLAR ECLIPSE-BEGINNING OF SPRING
March 21- Nisan 1 - beginning of the Jewish year and the TRUE DATE OF JESUS BIRTH
April 4 – Nisan 15 - FULL LUNAR ECLIPSE OR BLOOD MOON (the 3rd of 4), Passover- We are going to experience the fullness of Passover: Not a feeble one among them-divine health, wealth - the spoils of the wicked were given freely, and the miraculous – God providing for His people supernaturally.
September 13 – Elul 29- PARTIAL SOLAR ECLIPSE- The DAY OF THE SMEITAH. The word “Elul,” aleph, lamed, vav and lamed, are an acronym for the phrase (from the biblical Song of Songs) ani l’dodi v’dodi li, which means “I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine.”
September 28 – Tishrei 15, 4th TOTAL LUNAR ECLIPSE OR BLOOD MOON (7th month and most Holy month) is The Feast of Tabernacles or Sukkoth - is a picture of the Wedding Feast of Jesus to the Bride, it lasts for 7 days as does a Jewish wedding, with the 8th day as a feast of its own, the 8th day is Shemini Atzeret and it represents eternity, the beginning of the Lamb’s marriage in paradise for all eternity, our time of happiness and joy.