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    Re: What does everyone consider the Sabbath day to fall on?

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    Week = period of seven.

    Seven days,
    Seven weeks,
    Seven months,
    Seven years.

    After Daniels 69th week, in the 70th week -
    in the midst of this 70th week of years:

    shall Messiah be cut off,
    but not for himself

    Christ was not “cut off” for His sins,
    but for our sins, thus:

    in the
    midst of the week
    he shall cause the
    sacrifice and the oblation to cease

    This was

    a week of years on the yearly scale:

    ......................AD
    .27,.28,.29,..30,..31,.32,.33,

    and was also

    a week of days on the daily scale:

    ............................Abib
    .11th,.12th,.13th,.14th,.15th,..16th,17th,
    .Sun,..Mon,.Tue,...Wed,..Thu,...Fri,...Sat
    ..(April 2 to April 8 that year in 30 AD)


    Witnessed by many at Passover in 30 AD -
    between entering Jerusalem on a donkey
    and His resurrection - in these seven days
    Christ did in fact:

    confirm the covenant with many
    for one week
    ”,

    and

    in the midst of the week he shall cause
    the sacrifice and the oblation
    to cease
    ”,

    thus:

    Christ’s crucifixion was in themidst

    of a

    week of seven years

    and also in themidst

    of a momentous

    week of seven days !
    .
    In Daniels “week” of seven years
    and/or seven days,
    Christ was crucified /“cut off” in the “midst
    of this twofold “week”.

    On the “week” of seven years,
    Christ was anointed on the head with very precious ointment
    commencing the 13th of the first month –
    one day before He was “cut off
    in the “midst” of the week on the 14th Abib
    as our Passover Lamb.

    From this “cut off/midst”,
    and working backwards exactly half a year,
    to the mirror image start of the second half of the year,
    brings us to the 13th and 14th of the seventh month.

    Working backwards
    another three years,
    brings us to the beginning of Christ’s ministry,
    where He was baptised in the Jordan by John the Baptist
    also on the 13th, but in the mirror seventh month:
    in 26 A.D. !

    Therefore:

    On this calendar,
    counting exclusively from the 13th baptism,
    to the “cut off”/crucifixion after the 13th anointing,
    gives EXACTLY three and a half years
    to the very day,
    of Daniels seven yearweek!


    To show it more clearly, I’ve updated: SOMETHING SPECIAL


    (Remember that the Roman calendar year,
    starts in the middle of the tenth month of the Biblical year.
    Thus the “year” of Christ’s baptism was in 26 A.D.
    and also two and a half months into the Roman year 27 A.D.)
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    Re: What does everyone consider the Sabbath day to fall on?

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    Looking at day 22 of the year on
    SOMETHING SPECIAL,
    Moses threw the tree into the bitter water making it sweet
    on the 4th day or the week, foreshadowing:

    ChristThe BRANCH”, making the
    bitter water sweet asliving water”.

    Come unto me,
    all ye that labour and are heavy laden,
    and I will give you rest.
    Take my yoke upon you,
    and learn of me;
    for I am meek and lowly in heart:
    and ye shall find rest unto your souls.
    For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light.”
    (Matthew 11: 28-30)

    Christ was in fact baptised in the River Jordan
    on the 2nd day of the week, not the 4th day,
    yet Moses’ tree in the water on the 22nd Abib
    4th day of the week, foreshadows the
    Feast of Tabernacles in the Millennium.

    The Feast of Tabernacles in the 7th month,
    starts on the 4th day of the week and also
    concludes on the 4th day of the week – with the
    8thlast day, that great day of the feast
    when Jesus Christ stood in the Temple and shouted:

    If any man thirst, let him come unto me, and drink.
    He that believeth on me,
    as the scripture hath said,
    out of his belly shall flow rivers of living water.”


    See: SOMETHING SPECIAL
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    Re: What does everyone consider the Sabbath day to fall on?

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    The main point being of course, that the Last Great Day of the Feast of Tabernacles when Christ said this,
    was also the 22nd day of the 7th month, mirroring the 22nd day of the 1st month:
    when Moses threw the tree into the bitter water !
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    Re: What does everyone consider the Sabbath day to fall on?

    On this calendar:

    With a 4 B.C. birth of Christ, we get a 1450 B.C. Exodus on our Roman calendar.
    The correct Egyptian Pharaoh is still debatable even in any New Chronology,
    but it’s certain the Exodus correctly took place across the top of the Gulf of Suez.


    Christ came down the Mount of Olives
    on a donkey on the 10th Abib -
    when the Passover Lamb is chosen.

    49 days from that day, 7x7 = 49,
    was His Ascension, 4+9 = 13,


    • which was the 40th day of the Feast of Weeks, 4+0 = 4,
    • the 28th day of the 2nd month, 2+8 =10,
    • and the 58th day of the year, 5+8 =13.


    1+3 = 4 and Light was given “upon the earth
    on the 4th day of creation (Genesis 1:14-19)


    See the tweaked: SOMETHING SPECIAL

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    Re: What does everyone consider the Sabbath day to fall on?

    I finally took the time to read through this whole thread. It was very edifying. You've done some great work, brother.

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    Re: What does everyone consider the Sabbath day to fall on?

    Thanks Erik - I can’t say that I can take any credit apart from misinterpreting some of the inspiration that I later corrected.
    There is more forthcoming when I can get flowing again.

    The supporting word document ( 70_Holy_Days.doc ) still has to be brought fully up to date with this thread and
    SOMETHING SPECIAL, but don’t let that stop you spreading the word.

    I also need to get SOMETHING SPECIAL scanned into .png image format, to make it come up in a Google image search.

    Things are moving painfully slow, but I don’t think it’s just with me, unfortunately.

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    Re: What does everyone consider the Sabbath day to fall on?

    Over the last month or two some small updates have been added to SOMETHING SPECIAL .

    Later I will try and elaborate on them in this thread and eventually in the updating of the supporting word document.

    e.g. I've always wondered where the 144000 in Revelations 7:4 actually comes from, because 12 x 12 equals only 144 and the square root of 144000 is only 379.473 . . .

    To appears to me now that the 144000 specifically covers the 2000 year Christian era starting from the
    resurrection of Christ.

    i.e. it points to a measure of Christian TIME: the two Christian days/thousand years of Hosea 6:1-3 !

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    Re: What does everyone consider the Sabbath day to fall on?

    Today the 20th of March was the Vernal Equinox,
    the 91st day of the last quarter of Enoch’s 364 day year
    and our years last 365th day (or 366 day in a leap year).

    I marked the shadow of a roof corner
    and also the end of a fence post shadow every 10/15 minutes
    and traced two perfectly straight east/west lines.
    Bisecting them at right angles gives you the other
    north and south cardinal points.

    It’s nice to confirm it for yourself !

    The next sunset leading up to the 21st of March
    is therefore the 1st day of Abib –
    reset to the 4th day of the week,
    making the weekly Sabbath fall on
    Friday sunset to Saturday sunset
    for the rest of the Biblical year !

    See SOMETHING SPECIAL

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    Re: What does everyone consider the Sabbath day to fall on?

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    There are 9 Biblical fruits we must eat (Galatians 5:22–23)

    A child has 10 upper and 10 lower teeth – 5 in each quarter.
    An adult has 16 teeth in the upper jaw and 16 in the lower jaw – 8 in each quarter.

    5 + 8 = 13 teeth per quarter = 52


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    Re: What does everyone consider the Sabbath day to fall on?

    When Pharaoh ordered the murder of new-born male Israelites, the mother of Moses devised a clever plan to save him.
    Knowing the beliefs and legends of the Egyptians, she imitated one in which a child is saved from the water in a floating basket.
    (Exodus 1:22 – Exodus 2:10)

    When Pharaoh’s daughter saw Moses in the basket, she did know and say that he was a child of the Hebrews,
    yet had pity and adopted him. The similarity to an Egyptian fable must not have been lost on her.
    Moses was therefore raised a son of Pharaoh and educated accordingly:

    And Moses was learned in all the wisdom of the Egyptians,
    and was mighty in words and in deeds.
    And when he was full forty years old,
    it came into his heart to visit his brethren
    the children of Israel.” (Acts 7:22-23)

    The Egyptians, like other civilisations that stemmed from Noah, inherited a pure seed-line belief system:

    They believed a God-Man would one day walk the earth, just like Job did:

    “For I know that my redeemer liveth, and that he shall stand at the latter day upon the earth:
    And though after my skin worms destroy this body, yet in my flesh shall I see God:
    Whom I shall see for myself, and mine eyes shall behold, and not another; though my reins be consumed within me.”
    (Job 19:25-27)

    This is why many believed they were the literal seed-line of the “gods”, deified their rulers as “children of the gods”
    and strove to preserve their royal dynasties. Unlike with Job however, their beliefs became garbled corrupted versions
    of this basic seed-line belief system, which they assumed would be fulfilled in their own particular nation and kingly line.

    For as long as they held on to a strict seed-line belief, they survived as a nation.
    This seed-line belief was not phallic worship as many detractors would like to say:

    They didn’t worship their phallus, yet knew that phallic seed-line was crucial to their survival as a people.

    It’s the clerical detractors of Biblical seed-line theology who actually worship the phallus -

    by promoting licentious fornication !

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