Posted by: rshalomw | April 18, 2014

THE CREATOR’S 7 STEP PLAN

The following is a beautiful way to come into His Presence .  Do not miss out on this opportunity.

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Yahowah’s Seven Step Plan

 

 

The seven Called-Out Assemblies, or Feasts, of Yahowah present an exact picture of His seven steps.

 

 

Yahowah instituted this plan immediately following His rescue of His people from the crucible of Egypt, where they had been slaves to extreme cruelty in the forms of religious and political oppression for 400 years.

 

 

The first step is represented by the first Called-Out Assembly (or Mow’ed Miqra’ in Hebrew), Passover.

 

Passover commemorates our redemption from the penalty of sin (death) which was accomplished by Yahowsha on the Roman torture stake.

 

That is immediately followed on the next day with the Feast of Unleavened Bread (or Matzah in Hebrew), testifying of the cleansing of our sins.

 

The third Feast is First Fruits (or Bikuwrym in Hebrew) and it occurs on the very next day following the first day ofUnleavened Bread.

 

First Fruits celebrates our homecoming: our names have been written in the Lamb’s Book of Life and our souls are reserved for Yahowsha.

 

We will be “harvested” from this world to spend eternity in Heaven with Yahowah.

 

The children of Yasharal(Israel) celebrated First Fruits for the first time when they entered into the Promised Land; we celebrate it to commemorate our own future homecoming into Heaven.

 

 

Seven Sabbaths plus one Sabbath later, or fifty days later, at the Called-Out Assembly of Sevens (or Shabuwa in Hebrew), a party takes place to which everyone is invited, without regard to age, gender, race, location, social status, or religion.

 

Those of us who answer the summons, and have benefited from the first three assemblies (Passover, Unleavened Bread, and First Fruits), are empowered by Yahowah’s Set-Apart Spirit to share His beneficial and healing message with the other guests and the rest of the world.

 

 

In the fall, we celebrate the final three Called-Out Assemblies of Yahowah.

 

 

First, there is the Feast of Trumpets (or Taruw’ah in Hebrew), when we are called to sound a warning and to shout for joy.

 

Our warning goes out to those around us who might be unaware of the assemblies, to alert them that the Day of Reconcilliations (or Yowm Kippuwrym in Hebrew) is coming up, at which our attendance is compulsory.

 

The penalty for not attending is eternal separation from Yahowah.

 

Our shouts of joy are in anticipation that many will turn to Yahowah and answer the summons.

 

 

Ten days after the assembly of Trumpets, on the Day of Reconcilliations, every human being alive is given a choice.

 

We can choose to come into the presence of our Spiritual Mother, the Set Apart Spirit, to be reconciled to Yahowah.

 

Alternately, we can choose to ignore the command to present ourselves to Her.

 

According to Yahowah, whoever refuses to present themselves before Him on that day will be cut off and separated from His Family.

 

In other words, when their body dies, their soul, their consciousness, will be diminished to the point of non-existence. (See Vayiqra 23:26-29 below.)

 

That is actually a fair sentence when you think about it.

 

If you do not value Yahuah enough to answer His call to life, then He will not value you enough to give you everlasting life.

 

Death will be the end of your existence.

 

Perhaps the severity of that penalty will add some urgency to our sounding the warning during the preceeding Feast of Trumpets.

 

 

The seventh and final step in Yahowah’s plan of salvation takes place five days later when we participate in the Called Out Assembly of Shelters (aka Tents, Booths, and Tabernacles).

 

 

During this assembly we get to camp out with our Heavenly Father, symbolizing our living with Him in the new Heaven throughout eternity.

 

And that’s pretty much it.

 

Beautiful, isn’t it?

 

Yahowah’s 7 step plan of salvation, Called Out Assemblies, or Feasts / The dates Yahowah established for His annual meetings with His family

 

  1. Passover / Pesach: Redeemed from death, which is the penalty of sin – Abyb – First Month, 14 (Starts at twilight of 13th)
  2. Unleavened Bread / Matsah: Cleansed from sin – Abyb – First Month, 15 (lasts seven days)
  3. First Fruits / Bikuwrym: Names written in the Lamb’s Book of Life – Abyb – First Month, 16
  4. Seven Sevens / Shabuwah: Gift of the Set Apart Spirit –(49 days) from FirstFruits (“the day after Unleavened Bread”)
  5. Trumpets / Taruw’ah: Sharing the beneficial and healing message of Yahowsha – Tishri – Seventh Month, 1
  6. Reconciliations / Kippuwrym: Presenting ourselves to Yahowah to receive His personal pardon and forgiveness –Tishri – Seventh Month, 10
  7. Tabernacles / Shelters / Sukah: Spending eternity with Yahowah as His family – Tishri – Seventh Month, 15

The Five Conditions of the Covenant

 

  1. Walk away from Babylon, from corruption, from confusion, from country, from politics, from patriotism, from religion, from one’s earthly family.
  2. Trust and rely on Yahowah which requires us to know Him and understand what He is offering by observing His Towrah.
  3. Walk to Yahowah and become perfect, which is achieved by accepting Yah’s 7 Invitations (His 7 Feasts).
  4. Observe the Covenant, coming to know and understand its Terms and Benefits so that we can respond appropriately.
  5. As parents we are to circumcise our sons, serving as a sign that we are committed to teaching them the Towrah and raising them to become part of Yah’s family.

The Five Benefits of the Covenant

 

  1. Eternal Life (as a result of the promise of Passover)
  2. Perfection (and thus vindication and redemption) (as a result of the promise of Unleavened Bread)
  3. Adoption into Yah’s Covenant Family (as a result of the promise of First Fruits)
  4. Enrichment and Enlightenment (receiving the Torah and benefiting from its Teaching) (as a result of the promise of Seven Sabbaths)
  5. Empowerment (also part of the promise of Seven Sabbaths)

Miqra’ey Calendars (2012 – 2033)

 

 

Observations:

 

All data is based on the coordinates of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, Israel: Latitude 31°46’41.87″N Longitude 35°14’7.78″E.

 

Dates:

 

Scriptural days begin at sunset and continue through the following sunset, and do not run from midnight to midnight as is our current custom. Therefore, our conversion to the Gregorian calendar date reflects the day of the sunset which initiates the complete Miqra’. For example, if Matsah is shown to commence on April 2nd then the Called-Out Assembly begins at sunset on April 2nd, and continues to sunset on April 3rd.

While there is no Scriptural significance to the 1st of Abyb, we have elected to include it in our presentation because the moon’s condition on this date determines when we observe each of the first four Miqra’ey. In this regard, when Abyb 1 is displayed twice, two new moons are potential candidates. Dates from other calendar sources are only displayed alongside the new moon estimates with which they coincide.

 

Times:

 

All times are presented in military format (0:00 – 23:59). Italics indicate daylight savings is in effect, making Israel’s timezone GMT+3. Times in plain type are GMT+2. Times displayed in the linked images are GMT (Greenwich Mean Time), also known as UST (Universal Standard Time). Example: 1:30 PM GMT would be listed as 13:30 on the moon phase images, which is 15:30 Standard Time in Jerusalem, and 16:30 if still under DST.

 

Astronomical New Moon:

 

An Astronomical New Moon is in conjunction, which is to say that the side which is visible from the Earth is in complete shadow. It is the exact time the moon ceases waning (losing reflected light). For our purposes, the ANM begins the moment the moon begins waxing (becoming illuminated).

 

Sunset:

 

Time when the center of the sun is level (0 degrees) with an unobstructed horizon.

 

Visibility:

 

This is the portion of the moon’s surface reflecting light from the sun. A full moon has 100% visibility. This value does not take visibility from the Earth into consideration. So, positive visibility is specified even when the moon is below the horizon.

 

Age:

 

This reflects the number of days which have passed between the astronomical new moon and the sunset for that day.

 

Elevation:

 

This designates the angle the center of the moon appears above the horizon at sunset. The elevation at moonset is by definition 0°.

 

Moonset:

 

Time when the center of the moon is level (0 degrees) with an unobstructed horizon.

 

Viewable:

 

This figure quantifies the number of hours and minutes between sunset and moonset. It provides a good perspective on how much time a witness has to observe the first sliver of a new moon. Be aware, however, that the actual practical viewable time is always less than this value, especially when the moon’s setting is close to that of the sun as is the case with most new moons.

 

Astronomical:

 

This precise method of dating designates Miqra’ey dates based upon the moment the moon is renewed each lunar month and begins waxing, regardless of whether this emerging sliver can actually be seen from Earth.

 

Observational:

 

Miqra’ey dates listed under this format use the traditional method of beginning a new month when the first sliver of a new moon is likely to be observed at sunset. Our forecasts in this regard use the Temple Mount as the vantage point, and take into consideration visibility, elevation, and viewable time. When these values make dating the first sighting uncertain, they will be marked in purple. And of course, weather and atmospheric conditions will make many of these observation estimates errant due to under- or overestimating the effects they may have on the visibility.

 

Other Calendar Resources:

 

We have listed other resources which provide additional dates for your consideration and comparison. When information from any resource is not included, it is because they have not provided those data for that timeframe.

Hebcal.com

 

This popular Jewish religious site follows the mathematical formula derived by Rabbi Maimonides and other rabbinical traditions for setting what they call the “Jewish holidays.” They add many dates which are not designated in Scripture, label Unleavened Bread/Matsah as Passover/Pecach, do not acknowledge FirstFruits/Bikuwrym, consistently err in their dating of Sevens/Shabuwa’, list Trumpets/Taruw’ah under its Babylonian designation of Rosh Hashanah, and artificially alter the date of Reconciliations/Yowm Kippurym to keep them from falling on a Friday or Sunday (shown as sunset on Thursday and Saturday on our charts).

 

Paleotimes.org

 

This unaffiliated site provides estimates for Called-Out Assembly dates through 2019.

 

Karaite-Korner.org

 

The Karaite site evaluates barley grains in Israel to determine when they are Abyb. They observe and post sightings of the first visible moon slivers they witness in Jerusalem and other areas around the world. Their goal is to establish dates for the current Spring or Fall Miqra’ey, but they do forecast anticipated dates for the upcoming year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2026 – Beginning of the 7 Years Great Tribulation – 2033

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Future History / Prophetic Chronology Chart

 

 

Basic Assumptions…

 

1. Yahowah doesn’t do or say anything on a pointless whim. Everything He has told us in His word has something to do with either our well-being in this life or His ultimate plan for our redemption and reconciliation with Him.

 

2. The things most crucial to our knowledge of His plan are repeated and restated several different ways in various places in scripture.

 

3. The scriptural formula equating one day to a thousand years (II Shim’own 3:8, Tehilim 90:4) is not merely a metaphor, but is an indication of Yahowah’s ordained structure for the time of man.

 

4. The often-repeated six-plus-one pattern (e.g. the Creation account, Sabbath day and year, Jubilee, the Feasts of Yahowah, etc.) is indicative of Yah’s redemptive plan: fallen man is to “work” for six thousand years, and will “rest” during the seventh Millennium.

 

5. The total allotted time of fallen man (from Adam’s sin forward) on the earth is (based on assumptions 3 and 4) seven thousand years, after which the eternal state will commence.

 

6. Each of man’s seven allotted millennia will be marked with a condition or event that is significant in demonstrating the need or provision of Yahowah’s salvation. The most significant was Yahowsha’s fullfillment in 33 A.D.

 

7. The seven miqras, or “Feasts of Yahowah” mandated in the Towrah commemorate the progression of Yahowah’s program.

 

Note: Dates before about 1000 BC are not verifiable (due mainly to linguistic and textual discrepancies). Scholars do not remotely agree on calendar dates before David/Solomon. Therefore, please understand that the dates and/or events I’ve assigned to the pre-1000 BC period are guesses based on the model that becomes apparent when studying the more verifiable data of the last 3000 years.

 

 

YOU are…

 

 

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