Creator YAHUAH’s New Year Of The First Month Not Babylonian Tishrei

Creator YAHUAH’s New Year Of The First Month Not Babylonian Tishrei

YAHUAH’s New Year Of The First Month

YAHUAH spoke to Moshe and Aharon in the land of Egypt; he said, “You are to begin your calendar with this month; it will be the first month of the year for you. Speak to all the assembly of Isra’el and say, ‘On the tenth day of this month, each man is to take a lamb or kid for his family, one per household —

“‘Here is how you are to eat it: with your belt fastened, your shoes on your feet and your staff in your hand; and you are to eat it hurriedly. It is YAHUAH’s Pesach [Passover].”

Exodus 12:1-3, 11

“Observe the month of Aviv, and keep Pesach to YAHUAH your Elohim; for in the month of Aviv, YAHUAH your Elohim brought you out of Egypt at night.” Deuteronomy 16:1

YAHUAH’s Feast on the First of the Seventh Month

“Tell the people of Isra’el, ‘In the seventh month, the first of the month is to be for you a day of complete rest for remembering, a holy convocation announced with blasts on the shofar. Do not do any kind of ordinary work, and bring an offering made by fire to YAHUAH.’” Leviticus 23:24-25

YAHUAH’s months shall be called as in the Torah: the first month, the second month, the third month… the days of a week, the first day, the second day……

Tishrei The Babylonian New Year

Became The Jewish New Year –Rosh HaShannah as tradition.

Israel celebrated the new year exclusively on the first of the first month (then called Aviv) until the time of the Babylonian exile.

The first month in the Babylonian calendar is also called Tishrei, and the first of Tishrei is the Babylonian new year. The Talmud (man-made-tradition) expanded its religious connotations to make it the new year. The Rosh HaShanah New Year was changed from the first month to the seventh, and from the spring to the autumn, .

12 names of the Hebrew months derived from the names of Babylonian deities replaced the twelve numerical numbers of the months. They are Tishrei; Hesvan; Kislev, Tevet;Shevat; Adar; Nisan; Iyar; Sivan; Tammuz, Av and Elul.

Tradition or the Torah of YAHUAH

The P’rushim and the Torah-teachers asked him, “Why don’t your talmidim live in accordance with the Tradition of the Elders, but instead eat with ritually unclean hands?” Yahusha answered them, “Yesha‘yahu was right when he prophesied about you hypocrites — as it is written,

‘These people honor me with their lips,
but their hearts are far away from me.
Their worship of me is useless,
because they teach man-made rules as if they were doctrines.’

“You depart from YAHUAH’s command and hold onto human tradition. Indeed,” he said to them, “you have made a fine art of departing from YAHUAH’s command in order to keep your tradition! For Moshe said, Honor your father and your mother,’and ‘Anyone who curses his father or mother must be put to death.’ But you say, ‘If someone says to his father or mother, “I have promised as a korban” ’ ” (that is, as a gift to Elohim) “ ‘ “what I might have used to help you,” ’ then you no longer let him do anything for his father or mother. Thus, with your tradition which you had handed down to you, you nullify the Word of YAHUAH Elohim! And you do other things like this.”

Mark 7:5-13

YAHUAH’s Calendar Not Just The Jewish Calendar

“You are to have no other gods before Me.” Exodus 20:3

“Be careful to do everything I have said to you. Do not say the names of other gods; do not let them be heard on your lips.” Exodus 23:13

Use the Creator YAHUAH Elohim’s Calendar–the Torah Calendar, not calling the names of other gods by using just the Jewish or Hebrew calendar and man-made Romans calendars.

Look at this: Repent For The Kingdom Of YAHUAH Elohim Is Near!

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