Friday, April 28, 2017

Why we SHOULD NOT wait for Messiah?

Because the entire generation of Messiah will be destroyed by God for unrighteousness. This is what Torah says:
YLT Num 26:65 for Jehovah said of them,  'They do certainly die in the wilderness;'  and there hath not been left of them a man save Caleb son of Jephunneh, and Joshua son of Nun.
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YLT Num 14:32 as to you--your carcases do fall in this wilderness, 
YLT Num 14:33 and your sons are evil in the wilderness forty years, and have borne your whoredoms till your carcases are consumed in the wilderness; 
YLT Num 14:34 by the number of the days in which ye spied the land, forty days,--a day for a year, a day for a year--ye do bear your iniquities, forty years, and ye have known my breaking off; 
YLT Num 14:35 I am Jehovah, I have spoken; if I do not this to all this evil company who are meeting against me;--in this wilderness they are consumed, and there they die.'
As you can see, if we will wait for Messiah, the generation that will see him will die for the unrighteousness. This is at least 1000000 dead. Is that what we really want?

To avert this disaster, we must immediately return to God and His Written Torah. We must put away religion and foreign traditions and return to God and His Law. We MUST DO IT ON OUR OWN !!!

I hope now it is clear that it is a very bad idea to wait for Messiah.

About Genesis 39:1

I wanted to draw your attention to Genesis 39:1, where the rare word סריס (sawreece) should be translated as "officer" or "minister" and most certainly NOT as "eunuch".

The reason why we can't translate "sawreece" as "eunuch" is because Genesis 39:7 clearly states that Potifar had a wife. Why would eunuch had a wife? It does not make sense, so we have no other choice but to translate it as "officer" or "minister".

In the Torah, the word "sawreece" is used twice: in Genesis 37:36 and Genesis 39:1. But everywhere else in NK it also means "officer" or "minister". Eunuch simply does not make sense in some of the verses. This is another argument in favor of my interpretation.

So this is how correct Genesis 39:1 should look like:
AV Gn 39:1 And Joseph was brought down to Egypt; and Potiphar, an officer of Pharaoh, captain of the guard, an Egyptian, bought him of the hands of the Ishmeelites, which had brought him down thither.
Torah uses a completely different expression to refer to those who do not have testicles. Let's take a look:
YLT Dt 23:1 'One wounded, bruised, or cut in the member doth not enter into the assembly of Jehovah;
So there is no one word equivalent to a eunuch in Torah Hebrew. As you can see from the verse above, Torah uses several words to describe cut off testicles. 

Thursday, April 27, 2017

New Moon 04/27/2017

I took this picture around 8 PM PDT. As you can see moon is about 4% which means that today was indeed New Moon Shabbat and the 1st of the 2nd Month.

Today is the earliest day the Counting of Omer could begin because it is the first COMPLETE Shabbat after the Feast of Unleavened and because it is close to the time of the harvest in Canaan.

Since I am not in Canaan, I am not obligated to celebrate the holiday. I still observe 1st and 50th on arbitrary Shabbats as you can see from my calendar here. Like I said in my blog, the High Priest would determine the Shabbat of the 1st of the Counting of Omer. Since there is no Tabernacle and no High Priest, we do not have to celebrate the holiday. As far as I understand, Hebrews did not observe it in the desert during the 40 years of wanderings either. This is not the call to not observe the Torah, this is just how things are. We simply can't observe the Counting of Omer at this time.

If you are in Canaan, you can probably observe it, but once again there is no High Priest so the observance will be arbitrary and not in its appointed time.

This is why it is very important to restore the Tabernacle and the Levitical Priesthood.

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