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Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur

Discussion in 'Messianic Judaism' started by mark kennedy, Sep 8, 2018.

  1. Dave-W

    Dave-W Welcoming grandchild #7, Arturus Waggoner! Supporter

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    But it is Jerusalem time that matters in those things..
     
  2. visionary

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    The news from yesterday: Sundown in Jerusalem was at 6:52 pm Israeli time and the new moon was spotted approx. 7:26 pm Israeli time in northern Israel by the naked eye. So the year started on the second day of the day that no man knows.
     
  3. LoricaLady

    LoricaLady YHWH's Supporter

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    You might want to check out an online, live, Messianic Sabbath service. We are told to gather with others on the Sabbath, but it can be hard if you are Messianic, as it is for me, since Messianics in some areas are very rare.

    The service I watch is in the link below. I like to set it so that I am literally watching it at the same time as the participants. Then I make a comment or two in the live chat, and agree to pray over some chat from people who need prayers, so that I am joint participating in another way.

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAsTFsdNE1QUU9pfcgi6oeA

    I don't agree with their use of the name Yahweh, and believe it is Yahuah, and prefer the longer name Yahushuah to their shortened version of Yahshuah, but hey, no one is perfect, including me. It seems that in the Synagogues, where Messiah and the early believers went, that they didn't do everything strictly according to the Word, either, but He and they went to the Synagogues anyway.
     
  4. LoricaLady

    LoricaLady YHWH's Supporter

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    I am finding that it is very confusing to know which days are the truly high holy days sometimes and am interested in what you have to say. Please give me some links that demonstrate why you think your point of view is correct. In the meantime, I sounded the shofar, on You Tube, yesterday and today to be on the safe side. I don't have to do any "servile work" on either day, so that works out too.
     
  5. Rachel Rachel

    Rachel Rachel Messianic/Church of God 7th Day Supporter

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    Not to derail but according to Exodus 12 the new year starts on Passover. Why does Judaism claim Yom Teruah as the "head of the year?"
     
  6. Dave-W

    Dave-W Welcoming grandchild #7, Arturus Waggoner! Supporter

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    Judaism has several different New Years. Yom Teruah signifies the anniversary of the creation of the world according to tradition.
     
  7. LoricaLady

    LoricaLady YHWH's Supporter

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    You are absolutely right. Judaism claims Yom Teurah as the New Year for the same reason that the western world claims Jan. 1 as the New Year, of course. Traditions of men.
     
  8. visionary

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    These new years are from scripture..
     
  9. Yeshua HaDerekh

    Yeshua HaDerekh Men can dream of truth, but then cant live with it

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    No, it does not start on Pesakh, it starts at the beginning of the month of nisan. One is the beginning of the civil year while the other is the beginning of the religious year.
     
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