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Dear Brothers and Sisters in IAUA (ee-ah-oo-ah) our Father,
Greetings on this day of preparation for the weekly Sabbath. I pray this newsletter finds you in good health and happy in the service of IAUA. This is day 23 of month 11 of the Biblical Calendar in the estimated year 6021 Anno Mundi.
The Spring Sabbaths begin in 7 weeks and three days with God's New Year's Day, Unleavened Bread Sabbath, day 15 of month 1 (Monday, April 2 of the 2018, Gregorian Calendar, at sunset Sunday, April 1).
On God's Calendar the Biblical month begins on the global day after lunar conjunction. The Biblical year begins with God's New Year's Day (Passover) after the spring equinox (Spring Passover Rule). The Millerite Calendar (Spring New Moon Rule) is a month late next year. The Calculated Rabbinical Calendar will be two days early in spring and one day early in fall.
An interesting communication with a new website visitor.
I showed your calendar research to my friend. It seems that you all are very close in your conclusions. She did have this to say about it. I do not have enough knowledge to have an opinion, either way.
Just thought you might be interested in her comments below:
Yes, I am sure Frank would take issue with my reference to the Rabbinic/Catholic calendars, so let me explain a bit further.
Frank calculates the conjunction and then rightly teaches that the first day of the any given new month occurs after the conjunction takes place, but, for some reason he uses the Rabbinic theory that if the conjunction happens within a certain number of hours before sunset which is the beginning of a new day, if the conjunction is too close to the next sunset, the first day will not begin at sunset, but rather, it is delayed until the 2nd sunset after the conjunction. Not even the Rabbani’s agree on this for it is written in their 1st century history …
(I removed quotes from Rabbinic thought.)
This stumbling block taken right of Rabbinic doctrinal law that places time restraints in regards to the heavenly bodies & His reckoning of time where YHWH Elohim did not place any time restraints for determining His reckoning of time is the invention of men who, to this day, seek to enjoy power over the flock. It is man saying to YHWH Elohim than man knows better than He how to reckon time through man’s adding to His Word.
And according to these 1st century historical writings, even I am at fault for not declaring the actual day of the conjunction the first day of the new month, but deferring it to the next day after the sun has set on the day of the conjunction, to which I must do some deep meditation & prayer that I too will not be found in darkness as the thief in the night is found.
:-) Very interesting... I am certainly not following any Rabbinic teaching. I do not have any interest in any Rabbinic teaching. However, I may come to conclusions that are similar. I do not actually see any similarity but as you have heard me say many times... SMDSMC (So many details, so much confusion).
Searching the Bible for the truth, considering the ideas of others seeking truth, and pondering the Father's intent is how I reached my conclusions. My evaluation of Rabbinic teaching is that they are not seeking truth but declaring what they and others believe is right. This is a difference that is difficult to discern.
It is clear to me that when an event of time is declared by God as a signal, the event being signaled cannot begin before the signal. Furthermore the proper reference location must be considered.
God defines certainty and leads us to it.
Isaiah 42:16 And I will bring the blind by a way that they knew not; I will lead them in paths that they have not known: I will make darkness light before them, and crooked things straight. These things will I do unto them, and not forsake them.
With God there is no uncertainty or confusion.
I John 1:5 This then is the message which we have heard of him, and declare unto you, that God is light, and in him is no darkness at all.
However, I believe God knows our limitations and respects our best attempt to follow His plan. We are not ever lost for seeking truth and doing the best we understand.
We must remember that God is omnipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent. He defines things clearly and is not unfairly arbitrary. He intends that we know our part to follow His Plan. He can and will make it clear to the seeker of truth.
I was not totally clear in my email response. It is not possible to explain every detail in every communication. Heavy sigh...
The signal is the conjunction so the month being signaled cannot begin before the signal. The reference is Jerusalem but since Jerusalem is the center of the global day, the month has already begun before the local day begins in Jerusalem.
The difficulties in communication are why I like questions. Answering questions is not a foolish interruption but making certain that any confusion is addressed.
Do you follow Rabbinic leaders and their thought or do you follow Biblical truth?
I pray we may all continue to seek love, peace, and unity in truth preparing for the soon coming of IAUShUO (ee-ah-oo-shoo-oh) Messiah, the Son of God.
Frank T. Clark
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