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Read this to understand the original calendar that Israel kept in the wilderness, and that Yeshua our Example also kept in the first century. This is the calendar we all need to keep today.

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Chapters of The Torah Calendar:

Why the Torah Calendar?

The Jews have an ancient saying—that whoever’s calendar a man keeps, that is who he worships. If we will reflect on this saying for a little while, we should be able to see that it is…

Norman Willis – 07/01/2020

About Calendrical Drift

Before we launch into our study about the calendar the Torah tells us to keep, first we should look at history, and see how it was that the children of Israel drifted away from the Torah…

Norman Willis – 08/01/2020

The Sabbath (Shabbat)

The Fourth Commandment is the command to keep the Sabbath. The Sabbath was one of the Ten Commands that Yahweh inscribed in stone.

Norman Willis – 09/01/2020

The New Moon Days

While the Roman Gregorian calendar is based on the movements of the sun, the Torah calendar is based on the movements of the moon, and the agricultural cycles in the Land of Israel.

Norman Willis – 10/01/2020

Aviv Barley and the Head of the Year

This chapter explains how Rosh HaShanah (the Head of the Year) is properly determined, according to Torah. It also explains why the Omer (Wave Sheaf) is symbolic of Yeshua.

Norman Willis – 11/01/2020

The Passover and Unleavened Bread

The first of Israel’s seven annual feasts is a one-day feast, the Passover. It is followed immediately by the second of Israel’s feasts, the Feast of Unleavened Bread. Since the Feast of Unleavened Bread begins the…

Norman Willis – 12/01/2020

The Wave Sheaf and the Pentecost

This chapter explains the importance of the Wave Sheaf (Omer) and the Pentecost (Shavuot), and how they are properly observed. It also explains the flaws in several other popular theories.

Norman Willis – 13/01/2020

The Fasts of Zechariah Reconsidered

Zechariah 8:18-19 speaks of four man-made traditional fast days which are not commanded in the Torah. Should we keep them?

Norman Willis – 14/01/2020

The Day of Trumpets (Yom Teruah)

We saw earlier how the Head of the Year should be declared when the first crescent sliver of the new moon is physically sighted from the Land of Israel, after the barley in the Land of…

Norman Willis – 15/01/2020

The Day of Atonements (Yom Kippur)

The tenth day of the seventh month is called by several names, but it is usually called Yom Kippur, or the Day of Atonement. However, the Torah actually calls it Yom HaKippurim (יוֹם הַכִּפּוּרִים), or ‘The…

Norman Willis – 16/01/2020

The Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot)

In the chapter on Hanukkah we discuss why Yeshua was probably born on the first day of the Feast of Tabernacles, otherwise known as the Feast of Booths, or Sukkot.

Norman Willis – 17/01/2020

The Eighth Day Assembly

Explains the 8th Day Assembly or Shemini Atzeret from the Bible.

Norman Willis – 18/01/2020

The Jubilees and the Shemittah

Explains from the Bible the 7-year Shemittah land rest cycle, and the 50-year Yovel (Jubilee) cycle.

Norman Willis – 19/01/2020

Hanukkah Reconsidered

Explains from the Bible why we should not keep the man-made festival of Hanukkah.

Norman Willis – 20/01/2020

Purim Reconsidered

Explains from the Bible why we should not keep the man-made feast of Purim.

Norman Willis – 21/01/2020

Deeper Symbolism in the Feasts

Explains some of the deeper hidden meanings of the biblical feasts of Yahweh

Norman Willis – 22/01/2020

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The “Seventy Week Ministry” Theory

Explains the possibility of a 70 week ministry for the Messiah

Norman Willis – 23/01/2020

About Birthdays

Explains why the Bible says we are not to celebrate birthdays.

Norman Willis – 24/01/2020

About “Service”

Explains from the Bible why paying attention to anything (such as calendars, or rituals) qualifies as “service”.

Norman Willis – 25/01/2020

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