Illumination to The Way

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When is the Sabbath Day?

Satan is very clever indeed! He has lied to us in a very big way. He wants so much to be worshiped, so much so that he really does not care if there are those that do it outright or if they are worshiping him while they believe they are worshiping Yahuah. Satan does not care, as long as he is keeping us away from Yahuah that is all that matters to him. Satan has done his very best to hide Yahuah’s seventh day Sabbath from us. Our trouble is that we have been keeping Satan’s calendars instead of Yahuah’s calendar.


This has been going on for generations now. Have you ever wondered why Yahuah was angry with the people in Isaiah 1:13, 14?  Yahuah says to them, “Bring no more futile sacrifices; incense is an abomination to Me; the New Moons, the Sabbaths, and the calling of assemblies - I cannot endure iniquity and the sacred meeting. Your New Moons and your appointed feasts My soul hates; They are a trouble to Me, I am weary of bearing them.” He is angry with them because they were not following Yahuah’s calendar and were therefore having all of their appointed times on the wrong days.


In order to keep Yahuah’s set apart days, you must follow His calendar. It is the calendar that He created in the beginning, the calendar that Adam and Eve followed when they were in the Garden, not in Jerusalem. (You should know that Yahuah has not given anyone on this earth the authority to set apart any other days or moons.) Only Yahuah’s calendar will show His set apart days. All other calendars are of Satan.

 

Isaiah 66:23 reads: “And it shall come to pass, that from New Moon to New Moon, and from Sabbath to Sabbath, all flesh shall come to worship before Me,” says Yahuah. This passage tells us that New Moons and Sabbaths are set apart days, and “all flesh” includes each and every one of us.



Satan’s calendars are wrong. Satan’s calendars have his new moons at the beginning of his months. The moon phases on Satan's wall calendars have been shifted from their correct days. Pre-calculated methods are used that go by the wrong moon and it is also combined with a solar calendar. Using Yahuah’s calendar, you will have no extra months in a year. There are only 29 days in each of His months.



Who holds out an empty hand and asks, “Do you like my new hat?” or “Can you see the crescent sliver of my new hat?”


Updated Information



Yahuah’s New Moon is a full moon, a big, bright, visible sign for all of us to see. It is not the traditional/scientific full moon.


Yahuah’s New Moons start a new month. His true New Moon starts rising while it is not quite full and as it gets higher in the heavens, it becomes a full New Moon. This full New Moon will shine again the following evening. This is counted as Day One. Update (5/14/2018): Do not count the traditional, scientific full moon as part of Day One, for more details on this update, please see Yahuah's Calendar page using the link below.



Perhaps all of this seems confusing because you have been using someone else’s calendar all of your life and not Yahuah’s calendar; the way He intended for it to be. If you had started out using Yahuah’s calendar, then it would seem as simple as it is.



An example of one of Yahuah’s months:


Day 1 - Yahuah’s New Moon – set apart, feast days, no business and no work              except working for Yahuah as the tabernacle was raised on such a day


Day 2 - first day of six days of labor - also known as "the first day of the week"

Day 3 – second day of labor         

Day 4 – third day of labor

Day 5 – fourth day of labor

Day 6 – fifth day of labor

Day 7 – sixth day of labor

Day 8 – Sabbath Day – a set apart day of assembly and no work

Day 9 – first day of six days of labor – also known as “the first day of the week”

Day 10 – second day of labor

Day 11 – third day of labor

Day 12 – fourth day of labor

Day 13 – fifth day of labor

Day 14 – sixth day of labor

Day 15 – Sabbath Day – a set apart day of assembly and no work

Day 16 – first  day of six days of labor – also known as “the first day of the week”

Day 17 – second day of labor

Day 18 – third day of labor

Day 19 – fourth day of labor

Day 20 – fifth day of labor

Day 21 – sixth day of labor

Day 22 – Sabbath Day – a set apart day of assembly and no work

Day 23 – first day of six days of labor – also known as “the first day of the week”

Day 24 – second day of labor

Day 25 – third day of labor

Day 26 – fourth day of labor

Day 27 – fifth day of labor

Day 28 – sixth day of labor

Day 29 – Sabbath Day – a set apart day of assembly and no work


The New Moon will be seen on the evening of the 29th day.