This video shows how the Karaite Wave Sheaf Offering date of 04 April 2021 is impossible, as there is already shattered barley in the land of Israel, 16 days before the Karaite Wave Sheaf Offering date. With the Nazarene Wave Sheaf Offering date of 28 February 2021, this barley could have been harvested as it came ripe.
[Note 2021-03-13: Due to extensive research, we have learned that Aviv barley is barley that is in the medium dough stage. Medium dough barley is still tender, green, and young (which accords with the Strong’s definition). It is also edible when parched (roasted in fire), fulfilling Leviticus 2:14. It is also grindable into flour, fulfilling […]
In the previous chapters we saw how Yahweh wanted the first Passover held, and we also saw how Israel held the Passover in the land. In other studies we also saw how Yahweh broke Avraham’s seed up into three distinct groups (Ephraim, Judah, and Ishmael), so as to leaven the whole lump called earth. Mattityahu […]
In the last chapter we saw how the original Passover helped prepare the children of Israel to leave Egypt (i.e., the world), and go to the land of Israel. We also saw how Shaul tells us the festivals are still prophetic shadow pictures of coming events. Because of these things, we still see the Passover […]
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 […]
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. […]
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 […]