Chapter 23:

The Flock and Her Shepherds

The Revelation story has given us a rich perspective from which we can analyze the trends affecting us today. Yet, to see the big picture and analyze the trends most effectively, let us review from the beginning. As we explain in Nazarene Israel, Adam and Havvah (Eve) fell from Yahweh’s favor because they chose to […]

Chapter 12:

About the Passover Seder

When Israel was in Egypt, Yahweh told Israel to keep the Passover by taking a lamb on the tenth of the month, and then offering it up on the afternoon of the fourteenth. Our forefathers were to sacrifice their lambs in the mid-afternoon, and apply the blood to their doorposts. Then they were to eat […]

Chapter 8:

The Lunar Sabbath Error

In The Torah Calendar study we explain the calendar Yahweh tells us to keep in Scripture. One thing we see is that the days begin at evening. This can be seen by the simple fact that Genesis 1 tells us the evening and the morning constitute a day. B’reisheet (Genesis) 1:19 19 So the evening […]

Chapter 1:

Passover in the Original Covenant

At the time of this writing, Nazarene Israel is in the dispersion. Since neither the Tanach (“Old” Covenant) nor the Brit Chadasha (Renewed Covenant) address what to do in the dispersion, it can be difficult to know what to do. Matters are made worse by the rabbinical traditions, most of which directly contradict Yahweh’s words. […]

Chapter 6:

The Passover & Unleavened Bread

The first of Israel’s seven annual festivals is a one-day festival, the Passover. It is followed immediately by the second of Israel’s festivals, the Feast of Unleavened Bread. Since the Feast of Unleavened Bread begins the very next day, these two festivals are often thought of as one long eight-day festival (and even Yahweh refers […]

Chapter 4:

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. We will discuss how the agricultural cycles in the Land of Israel relate to the Torah Calendar in upcoming chapters, but first […]

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