Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Choose Life!

When all the lights go out and there is nothing but darkness and fear, always remember - Choose Life! 

No matter how difficult and depressing it gets or how tempting it may be to sin, always remember - Choose Life!

Always remember: it is much easier to live (no matter how miserable) than to die!

What does expression "Choose Life" mean and where does it come from? Let's take a look:
CLV Dt 30:19 Today I call the heavens and the earth to testify against you: Life and death I have put before you, the blessing and the malediction. Now choose life that you may live, you and your seed,

CLV Dt 30:20 by loving Yahuah your Elohim, hearkening to His voice and clinging to Him (for that means life to you and prolonging of your days) so that you may dwell on the ground about which Yahuah had sworn to your fathers, to Abraham, to Isaac and to Jacob, to give to them.
First of all, the meaning of the expression "Choose Life" is literal! No matter how shitty your life gets, you have to always choose life and honor life. For example, if you are depressed and thinking about suicide, you should always choose to live no matter what. Suicide is antagonistic to life and therefore a wrong and stupid choice in most cases.

Or, for example, your wife is pregnant and you thinking about abortion because you think you can't afford another child. Such thinking is also antagonistic to life and therefore a wrong and stupid choice. God would not make your wife pregnant if you were not capable of supporting the child.

Especially choose life if you are not sure what to do in a particular situation.

So always remember to "Choose Life!".

No - matter - what! Choose Life! Always remember this!

Secondary meaning of expression "Choose Life" is in terms of Torah context. Choosing life means following the Written Torah and clinging to God. In the Torah, God is synonymous with life, wisdom, and perfection, so life is also an attribute that God considers holy. Therefore, if you want to honor God with your life, you will always "Choose Life", meaning that you will follow and live your life according to the Written Torah.

Thursday, November 9, 2017

Day of Restraint (Yom Atzeret) of Passover and Sukkot

Here is another edit I found that initially threw me off and made me think that we have to eat unleavened for 8 days. I thought the whole passages were edited. But it turns out that it was only a few verses that got changed.

The clue is in Exodus 13:6. See how it is phrased and compare it to Deut 16:8. More specifically, in Ex 13:6 it should say "seven days you shall eat unleavened and on the EIGHTH day is a day of restraint (Yom Atzeret aka Shemini Atzeret)". Day of Restraint is also mentioned as part of Sukkot. See Lev 23:36, Num 29:35.

The day of restraint (from work of slavery) happens on the 8th day!!! This is the point. And we even have a half of the original verse in Ex 13:6 and Deut 16:8.

This way, we celebrate both Feasts for 8 days, from Shabbat to Shabbat, from Full Moon to 3rd Quarter Half Moon. However, we eat unleavened and live in sukkah only for 7, from 15th through 21st.

And 22nd, Yom Atzeret, is a Holy Meeting and a Shabbat.

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Another textual evidence in favor of Yom Kippur being on the 8th

Here is another textual evidence for you if you have not been convinced yet...

1st of the 7th Month is called [Shabbat] Shabbaton (Lev 23:24) and Yom Kippur is also called Shabbat Shabbaton (Lev 23:32).

Now, if 1st of the Month is Shabbat, then when is the next Shabbat? The 8th of'course !!!

And since Yom Kippur is Shabbat, we have no other choice but to admit that Yom Kippur should be on the 8th because the 8th is the Shabbat and the 10th IS NOT Shabbat. Neither the 10th is a Moon Phase. The 8th is a Moon Phase.

I hope now it is super clear why Yom Kippur should be on the 8th and not 10th.

Torah that we have is a BADLY CORRUPTED COPY. Torah itself IS NOT to blame. The Temple Cult and then Rabbis are to blame for these blatant changes.

P.S. The reason why the word [Shabbat] is missing from Lev 23:24 is because traditional Jewish calendar does not always have 1st of the 7th Month falling on Shabbat. This is why scribes edited this word out because they could not understand the inconsistency between what Torah says and their incorrect traditional calendar.

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