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From: BARILOCHENSE6999  (Original message) Sent: 14/10/2012 23:59

Re: Are weeks counted from New Moon Day?

Unread postby WeirdBeard » June 18th, 2012, 12:25 pm

- The heavens (luminaries) and the earth were created (bara, used once in chapter) in Genesis 1 Verse 1

- It "came to be" darkness in verse 2

followed by six days of ordering, making, etc...

- Seventh Day Sabbath

It is easy to prove that the Sabbath on the Seventh Day is also an eighth...from the moon being new. The moon was new in Genesis 1 Verse 1.

In Genesis 1:1-2

We have all of the heavens, earth (complete with waters) and then disorder, chaos, destruction "came to be" in verse two.

The evolutionary model states that the world came from "darkness, disorder, chaos, confusion, etc..." and is tied to verse 2

That is why the heathen start their day in darkness, their month (moon) in darkness, their year winterfall (death) because their beginning is darkness in verse 2.

The scriptural model for sons of the light, sons of the day begins in verse 1 "in the beginning"

That is why they begin their day in light, their month (moon) in light and their year in Aviv (life, when all of creation agrees)

The movie Prometheus teaches the evolutionary model with angelicgodlike Sumerian beings that made "uninhabitable planets" livable via "Terra-forming" and also genetically engineered homo-sapiens "in their image"...

I hope you see the connection and what is coming upon us, soon.

I will expound later. "The Eighth Day" is a picture of Restoration where "The Seventh Day" is a picture of the rest prior to the Restoration. The Restoration is a return to Genesis 1:1 (YHWHElohim BEFORE the fall of BOTH "the adversarymessengers" and mankindand) NOT a return to Genesis 1:2. It is eternity in light, with him who is light and in him in whom "there is no darkness at all"

1 (moon new, bara) - Genesis 1 Verse 1
6 days (ordering, making, asah)
1 (Sabbath AFTER six work days)

8

We abandon the new moon and we lose sight of BOTH the 8th Day (pictured in Shemini Atzeret) as well our Father in heaven. "The Eighth Day" is in fact, "new beginnings"...connected to Genesis 1:1 and NOT Genesis 1:2

The fact that there will be "no nightdarkness" in the end is also a picture of "the beginning" PRIOR to the disorder, darkness, chaos and confusion in verse 2.

The eighth is a picture of the first...when things ACTUALLY began, not when evolutionist say so.
Shalom!
Blow the trumpet at the renewed full (moon) leading to our feast! - Psalms 81:3
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From: BARILOCHENSE6999 Sent: 15/10/2012 00:03

Re: Are weeks counted from New Moon Day?

Unread postby Carrie » June 26th, 2012, 11:25 am

WeirdBeard wrote:- The heavens (luminaries) and the earth were created (bara, used once in chapter) in Genesis 1 Verse 1

- It "came to be" darkness in verse 2

followed by six days of ordering, making, etc...

- Seventh Day Sabbath

It is easy to prove that the Sabbath on the Seventh Day is also an eighth...from the moon being new. The moon was new in Genesis 1 Verse 1.


I believe I can grasp Genesis 1:1-2 as a picture of a day (light = "In the beginning Elohim") followed by night ("And the earth became...darkness") scenario. I guess my hangup is the phrase "new moon day". I just don't like "chodesh" being translated as "new moon". I prefer "newness" or perhaps "renewal". The word for "moon" is "yareach" (h3394) and the word for "month" is "yarach" (h3391). Neither of these sound/look at all like "chodesh".

"Chodesh" (h2320) means "new" and the root is "chadash" (h2318) which means "to be new, renew or repair". The word "chodesh" is almost always used whenever denoting a point in time. "Echad chodesh" denotes "newness one" or "one newness". "Rosh chodesh" denotes "chief/head newness". Beyond that, "chodesh" is usually used to indicate either which "newness" of the year it is (1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc.) or which day it is by referring to the count of yom from echad chodesh.

Gen 7:11 In the sixH8337 hundredthH3967 yearH8141 of Noah'sH5146 life,H2416 in the secondH8145 month,H2320 the seventeenthH7651 H6240 dayH3117 of the month,H2320 the sameH2320 dayH3117 were allH3605 the fountainsH4599 of the greatH7227 deepH8415 broken up,H1234 and the windowsH699 of heavenH8064 were opened.H6605


I'm still mulling over all of this and continuing to study it out, but I can grasp Genesis 1:1 as "newness" better than as a "new moon". Perhaps others who struggle with the moon being there in Genesis 1:1, might see it this way too. :?:
And Elohim said, "Let there be light," and there was light. Elohim saw that the light was good, and he separated the light from the darkness. -- Genesis 1:3-4
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From: BARILOCHENSE6999 Sent: 15/10/2012 00:06

Re: Are weeks counted from New Moon Day?

Unread postby WeirdBeard » June 26th, 2012, 1:14 pm

I get it. I am not crazy about it either though it can't be separated from the moon or the day.

The reason I add emphasis here is because there are those who detach the renewal (of the moon) from the day in which it renewed, fresh, repaired etc...

Thus, making it a "night" of renewal or even an extended time period of a few days, which they also consider to include darkness.

Do you see the importance? I also believe that is why "chodesh enewalfresh epaired" is specifically used in association with "yomdaylightwarmth of the day"...to UNDO the previous misconception.
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From: BARILOCHENSE6999 Sent: 15/10/2012 00:07

Re: Are weeks counted from New Moon Day?

Unread postby WeirdBeard » June 26th, 2012, 1:32 pm

Carrie said:

"I'm still mulling over all of this and continuing to study it out, but I can grasp Genesis 1:1 as "newness" better than as a "new moon". Perhaps others who struggle with the moon being there in Genesis 1:1, might see it this way too."

It was there in Genesis 1.

"In the beginning (no verse two yet and no darkness) Elohim created (bara, from scratch) the heavens (sun, moon, stars, luminaries, etc...Job helps with this) and the earth...see?

On another post I will also, using scripture alone, prove that there was "day" at that time as well.

The reason people think the moon was made new or in newness on the 4th day is because of:

a) faulty translation
b) bad science

Looking at Genesis 2 also helps us see the distinction between created from scratch (bara) in Genesis 1:1 vs. the ordering, appointing, etc. (asah) and such throughout the rest of the chapter.

It starts out in Genesis 2:3

"And God blessed the seventh day, and sanctified it: because that in it he had rested from all his work which God created(bara, Genesis 1:1) and made(asah, the rest of Genesis 1)."
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From: BARILOCHENSE6999 Sent: 15/10/2012 00:14
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From: BARILOCHENSE6999 Sent: 15/10/2012 01:44

In the Beginning

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Genesis 1:1 In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. ... ואת הארץ; (Transliteration) Bereshith' bara' Elohim' eth hashama'yim ve-eth' ha-a'rets. Before beginning to learn to count gematria we need for some foundation to be laid.

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From: BARILOCHENSE6999 Sent: 15/10/2012 02:36

Was There an 8th Day of Creation?

For most who read and believe scripture, the account of creation in Genesis is understood to have taken place in six days, the seventh day being that one which was set apart as a day of rest from all that YHWH made.

There are, however, some who do not believe that creation ceased on day six, but proceeded to day eight on which Adam, who is normally thought of as the first man, was created.

Those who have this view do not consider Adam and Eve to have been the first humans on Earth, but rather believe that those who were made on day six were a separate creation of human/ humanoid beings.

Often it is explained in terms of these first ones having been all the various races minus that one which was chosen to bring forth Messiah, who was Adam, created on day eight.

It would not be wise to choose either view simply on how the information impresses one at first thought.

Neither adhering to the more well accepted sixth day creation because of tradition, nor adopting the eight day view because of its novelty are good foundations for a clear answer.

Perhaps many who choose either one, having encountered both, do so on the grounds of one of those two reasons, but all interpretation should be tested thoroughly.

Support for the belief in an eighth day creation for Adam are often the following:

1. There is a clear distinction in the telling of the sixth day “humans” and the later telling of the creation of Adam. (Genesis 1 and Genesis 2)

2. The first people were created “in His image” both male and female, rather than Adam who was created alone (and androgynous) and later had a wife made for him out of his own flesh.

3. The first people were created, while Adam was “formed” out of the ground

4. There is a correlation between the first people created and the “beast of the earth” created on the sixth day.

5. The creation of the “eighth day” is evident in the pattern for all of human history – 7,000 years followed by the “eighth day” of the new creation.

6. The “breath of life” breathed into Adam is synonymous with a soul or spirit which the first created people did not have. The first people had YHWH’s likeness, the second had His spirit.

7. Cain mentioned “everyone” who found him would kill him for his crime against Abel and the only explanation for those others is that there were people created prior to Adam and Eve.

8. Cain found a wife and this wife must have been one of those of the people who had been made before Adam and Eve.

Knowing whether or not these points are a good support for the theory means addressing each one in the context of scripture, demanding that scripture make a probable, not just possible case for it.

The same is true of the conventional understanding. His word is not given in a way that requires us to guess. In the end, all correct interpretations will be those which add up to the simplest and most comprehensible answer according to literal language.

One Act or Two?

In Genesis chapter 1 there is a chronological description of creation, describing each day and what was made on that day. The first day describes the creation of the Earth, light, day and night. On the second day was the creation of the firmament of heaven. On the third day, dry land was made to appear and created plant life. On day four were the luminaries of heaven made, the stars, sun and moon. On day five were made sea creatures and birds. On day six, land animals were made, reptiles, mammals and finally people.

“Then ‘Elohiym said, “Let the earth bring forth the living creature according to its kind. Cattle and creeping things and beasts of the earth according to its kind,” and it was so.

And ‘Elohiym made the beast of the earth according to its kind, cattle according to its kind, and everything that creeps on the earth according to its kind, and ‘Elohiym saw that it was good.

Then ‘Elohiym said, “Let Us make mankind in Our image, according to Our likeness. Let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, over the birds of the air, over the cattle, over all the earth and over every creeping thing that creeps on the earth.”

So ‘Elohiym created the man in His image, in the image of ‘Elohiym He created him, male and female He created them.”

- Genesis 1:24-27

The seventh day is then set apart for rest from all these things YHWH made, but after the description of the seventh day comes another telling of the creation of humans.

“And Yahuwah ‘Elohiym formed the man of the dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life and the man became a living creature.

Yahuwah ‘Elohiym planted a garden eastward in ‘Eden and there He put the man whom He had formed”.

- Genesis 2:7, 8

Is this a continuation of the account proceeding in chronological order to the eighth day? There are two points which seriously hinder this being probable.

All other days described before this are done in such a precise way as to pointedly mention the beginning and ending of each “the evening and the morning” as in: “So the evening and the morning were Day One.”, also giving each day aclear number.

This is absent for an eighth day. There is no mention of an evening and a morning encompassing a certain day on which this occurred, nor is there any mention of “day eight”.

The second hindrance is an even more difficult one to justify. The proclamation of the end of the sixth day reads like this:

Thus the heavens and the earth and all (kol: whole, all, any every) the host of them were finished (kalah: end, to be finished, ceased). – Genesis 2:1

There is a clear statement that all things had been made at this point and that following this was cessation from the act of creation.

In His Image: Created or Formed?

Is there an indication that the first account describes a simultaneous “creation” of man and woman while the second describes a process of “forming” Adam alone from the clay?

The first account reads as follows:

“So ‘Elohiym created (bara: create) the man (adam) in His image, in the image of ‘Elohiym He created him, male and female He created (bara:create) them.”

– Genesis 1:27

Here there is the word “bara” which is pointed out as differing from the word used in the “forming” of Adam in Genesis 2:

“And Yahuwah ‘Elohiym formed (yatsar: mold, squeeze) the man (adam) of the dust of the ground”

– Genesis 2:7

If there is a point being made here referencing a different mode of creation employed between the first and second humans, it should by all means remain consistent. It is, however, not the case.

In Genesis 4 is the account of the birth of Seth, who is born in replacement of the slain Abel. We must be assured that Seth was the son of Adam and Eve, this being repeated throughout scripture many times, not the son of an earlier creation of humans.

Following this account is the use of the word “bara” (create) in reference to Adam and Eve as well as a reference to their creation “in His image”.

“And ‘Adam knew his wife again and she bare a son and called his name Sheth, “For ‘Elohiym,” she said, “has appointed me another seed instead of ‘Hebel whom Qayin slew.”

And to Sheth, to him also there was born a son and he called his name ‘Enowsh. Then men began to call upon the name of Yahuwah.

This is the book of the generations of man (adam) in the day that ‘Elohiym created mankind.

In the likeness of ‘Elohiym He made him, male and female He created (bara) them and blessed them and called their name ‘Adam in the day when they were created.”

- Genesis 4: 25, 26, Genesis 5:1, 2


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From: BARILOCHENSE6999 Sent: 15/10/2012 02:36

Beast of the Earth connected to First Humans?

It is often believed among those who support an 8th day creation that the description of the creation of the “beast of the Earth” in Genesis is synonymous with those first humans created prior to Adam. This is also, many times, connected with the Beast of the Earth mentioned in Revelation.

Scripture gives the account of the creation of the “beast of the Earth” in Genesis like this:

“And ‘Elohiym made the beast (chay: life,living) of the earth according to its kind, cattle (behemah) according to its kind, and everything that creeps (remes:reptile) on the earth according to its kind, and ‘Elohiym saw that it was good. .”

- Genesis 1:25

There is perhaps little to be said of this as any connection to the creation of human or humanlike creatures. The word “chay” preceding a list of animals which were made on the sixth day could only logically be a collective statement before a more detailed list. It is not a word which is specific to any certain sort of living creature.

Where this connection is usually made, it is included within a doctrine that strongly supports the idea of a superior race and lesser peoples who are made fundamentally different by the manner of their creation.

It is often found in Christian identity and British Israelism cults and follows the ages old tradition of an idea which began in the rulership of nephilim over weaker humans.

Turned upside down, this idea is given a Christian face with which to tempt the pride of believers and alienate various ethnic groups from Christianity.

Is the Future New Heaven and Earth created on an “eighth day”?

It is said that one day is equal to a thousand years in the eyes of YHWH and though the precise days of creation are given in terms of 24 hour intervals, the whole of human history might be sensibly mapped out over a week of millennia.

It is completed, therefor, in the same time construct as the act of creation. It is theorized that if Adam was the new creation of the eighth day, his creation coincides with the new heaven and new earth to be created after the thousand year Sabbath of Messiah’s reign.

The difficulty with this idea is that the model we have been given to observe has no day eight. We are shown a seven day cycle, the last day of which is Sabbath and the following day is not day eight, but day one.

The concept of a day eight in the cycle is only applicable within an occult context where there is an emphasis on day eight being the day of the phoenix, the rebirth, the new age.

Sabbath, by it’s very nature, is special because it is the final touch on creation, it is the moment where the labors are enjoyed instead of toiled over, it is the sum reward of all things worked for.

When the millennial reign of Messiah ends, we should not expect and eternal rotation of the same patterns of time we now have. By being a new creation, even time itself will not be measurable by any present concept of it, that also, will be new. There can be no day eight in a new creation as eight proceeds from the prior series of numbers1-7 and is not, by definition, new.

Did Elohim impart His spirit to Adam but not to the first humans?

In Genesis 1:26 it is said that “man” is made in His image:

“Then ‘Elohiym said, “Let Us make mankind in Our image, according to Our likeness. Let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, over the birds of the air, over the cattle, over all the earth and over every creeping thing that creeps on the earth.”

- Genesis 1:26

The later account describes the formation of Adam and how he became a living being:

“And Yahuwah ‘Elohiym formed the man of the dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life and the man became a living creature.”

- Genesis 2:7

It is believed by many who see these as separate creations that this describes the difference between those first humans and Adam. While the first received the physical likeness of their maker, the second received His Spirit, indicated by the words “breath of life”.

The phrase “breath of life” and “living soul” is understood in this belief to refer to life in a spiritual or eternal sense. The words themselves, though, do not indicate a special or eternal sort of life which was exclusively given to Adam, but rather an animating force which is applicable to all things which live and breathe.

“And Yahuwah ‘Elohiym formed (yatsar: mold, squeeze) the man (adam) of the dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath (n’shamah: puff, wind, breath) of life (chay:life,living) and the man (adam) became a living (chay) soul (nephesh: breathing, living creature).

Yahuwah ‘Elohiym planted a garden eastward in ‘Eden and there He put the man (adam) whom He had formed (yatsar).”

- Genesis 2:7,8

Here “chay” is used, just as it is used earlier in Genesis to describe the sort of life which animals have. The word “nephesh”, which is often translated as “soul” cannot be understood in the sense of what people normally think of as a soul. It, also, is used to describe a creature, any creature, who is living and breathing as shown here:

“So ‘Elohiym created great sea creatures and every living thing (nephesh) that moves, with which the waters abounded according to their kind, and every winged bird according to its kind, and ‘Elohiym saw that it was good.”

- Genesis 1:21

Was the “everyone” Cain was afraid of an indication of multitudes of humans made before Adam?

Cain made this well known statement when he was cursed by YHWH to become a vagabond for the murder of his brother:

“And Qayin said to Yahuwah, “My punishment is greater than I can bear!
Surely You have driven me out this day from the face of the ground.

I shall be hidden from Your face. I shall be a fugitive and a vagabond on the earth and it will happen that anyone who finds me will kill me.”

- Genesis 4:13, 14

Anyone or “every one”, as it is given in the KJV, is seen as indicating a great number of people. That indication is not literally present, but thought to implied by the way it is often used in the context of the English language.

The word is translated from “kol” which properly means, any, all or every. It does not indicate a number, either few or many, but simply describes any or every of whatever certain group is in question. It would make as much sense if Adam and Eve were the only two others as much as it would if there were multitudes of others.

Jubilees is a helpful text in considering the theory of the eighth day creation as a whole and it gives a good idea of how many people were on earth as produced through Adam and Eve at the time of this event.

Without including possible grandchildren, there would have been approximately eleven children of Adam and Eve alive at the time conservatively. All of these would perhaps feel justified in seeking due vengeance for their brother’s murder.

“And in the third week in the second jubilee she gave birth to Cain, and in the fourth she gave birth to Abel, and in the fifth she gave birth to her daughter Âwn.

And in the first (year) of the third jubilee, Cain slew Abel because (God) accepted the sacrifice of Abel, and did not accept the offering of Cain”

– Jubilees 4:1, 2


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From: BARILOCHENSE6999 Sent: 15/10/2012 02:37

Where did Cain find a wife?

It is often pointed out that Cain could not have gotten a wife anywhere if there had not been “other” humans present who were not of his own parents. There is no reason to assume this, however.

The command against incest had not yet been given, and for a good reason, all who were available for marriage in the beginnings were siblings. Jubilees also offers insight to Cain’s wife:

“And Cain took ’Âwn his sister to be his wife and she bare him Enoch at the close of the fourth jubilee. And in the first year of the first week of the fifth jubilee, houses were built on the earth, and Cain built a city, and called its name after the name of his son Enoch.”

- Jubilees 4:9

The introduction of the theory of two creations of mankind is an important indicator of the motive, reasoning and philosophy behind it.

If it were intended as the interpretation we should receive from His word, its teaching should bear the fruit of that and be identifiable in both ancient Judaism (before Babylon) as well as the early Christian church.

Where it has sprung up, though is not in either of these places, but in the mind of a Jewish man who lived in Alexandria and who was much more a student of Greek pagan philosophy than Judaism.

Philo of Alexandria was known for his writings which attempted to meld together traditional Judaism and Greek philosophy.

It is an attempt which is not unlike the goal the Catholic church worked toward in melding together Christianity and pagan religious systems.

He interpreted nothing in scripture as literally true, but believed in a symbolic and allegoric interpretation which in essence means nothing, as no symbol is meaningful without a clear object or truth which it symbolizes.

If YHWH meant to give us riddles which only a few could understand, why then can we easily recognize the message present in His word that demonstrates how He uses simplicity and lowliness rather than worldly wisdom and high estate?

“Out of the mouth of babes and nursing infants You have ordained strength because of Your enemies that You may silence the enemy and the avenger”.

-Psalm 8:2

Philo sought to”reveal” a cryptic and hidden meaning in the bible which was not there, the same snare which continually draws believers, even today, down a path of speculation which inevitably draws ever nearer a pagan religious system and away from a truth YHWH plainly gave.

One of these cryptic meanings he revealed to his followers was the theory of an eighth day creation, stating that the first men were made in a perishable physical image of their maker but the second were created as creatures with His spirit.

The very theory that makes it’s appearance in the beliefs of many seeking Christians today originated in a man who taught concepts which were derived out of Greek Mystery Religions.

We have a Creator who has given us a perfect representation of truth in a most logical, most common sense way. and I have never known anything written to have made as much sense as His word does when read just as it reads.

It is the persistent Author of Confusion, Satan, who seeks to make what was simple into something complicated, knotted and difficult to follow. There might be no better general rule of reading His word than “if it is not said, it was not meant.”.


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Reply  Message 11 of 240 on the subject 
From: BARILOCHENSE6999 Sent: 30/10/2012 17:54
Gen 1:1 In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.
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Verse # = 1   |   Words = 7   |   Letters = 28
Data from Strong's Concordance
KJV Hebrew Strong's # Value
In the beginning ראשית 911
God אלהים 86
created ברא 203
(untranslated) את 401
the heaven שמים 390
and את 401
the earth. ארץ 291
Total = 2701
Original Text
Hebrew Value Inc
בראשית 913
ברא 203
אלהים 86
את 401
השמים 395
ואת 407
הארץ 296
Strong's Number         
< H7225 >         

ראשית re'shiyth {ray-sheeth'} from the same as 07218; TWOT - 2097e; n f AV - beginning 18, firstfruits 11, first 9, chief 8, misc 5; 51 1) first, beginning, best, chief 1a) beginning 1b) first 1c) chief 1d) choice part


Gematria: 911

 
LA HOSTIA CATOLICA ( FORMA DE LUNA LLENA) DEMUESTRA QUE EN GENESIS 1:1 HUBO LUNA LLENA.
 
 
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De: BARILOCHENSE6999 Enviado: 30/10/2012 14:53
significado de los signos de la eucaristia
Pregunta hecha por Rodrigo Giudice el día 9/12/2006:

Hola,Dios los bendiga.Yo quisiera saber el significado de las letras de la Santa Hostia,porque yo tengo un amigo evangelico q dice que las letras IHS significa trinegipcia,Isis,Horus y Seb,quisiera saber si es verdad.Sin nada mas que decir me despido en Cristo y Maria

Respuesta por Frank Morera el día 9/12/2006:

Hola Rodrigo.Sabes que esa persona esta casi pecando contra el Espiritu Santo?? Jesus dijo que pecado contra el Espiritu Santo es adjudicar la obra de Dios al diablo..asi que esta en grave peligro su salvacion al profanar asi la Obra mas grande de Dios que es la Eucariista, no se si su ignorancia le valdra de atenuante....y tambien tu estas cerca de ese pecado al repetir las infamias que se dicen contra la Fe, si no conoces tu Fe estudiala hermano antes de hacer una afirmacion asi! IHS quiere decir Iesus Huminus Salvator que quiere decir Jesus Salvador de los Hombres.Entra a www.apologeticasiloe.com y lee los temas "La Pascua Eterna" y Jesus EUCARISTIA para que entiendas el horror de lo que dice satanas por boca de esa persona.Dios te guarde+

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Reply  Message 12 of 240 on the subject 
From: BARILOCHENSE6999 Sent: 31/10/2012 14:40
 

Las Fiestas

01/12/2010 10:00 por Frank Cintrón

Las fiestas bíblicas tienen su origen en el Tanak. (Antiguo testamento)  Estas celebraciones marcan momentos relacionados con los ritmos solares y lunares y los tiempos que establece la agricultura. Pero también conmemoran hechos de la historia sagrada recogida en la Biblia. Las grandes fiestas son las siguientes.

1-Fiestas de primavera.

Una de las celebraciones claves del calendario ritual judío es pesaj, la pascua, que tiene lugar en la primera luna llena de primavera, esto es el 14 del mes de Tisri.  En los próximos 7 días continua la fiesta de los panes sin levadura, solo se puede comer pan sin levadura, ya que se rememora la huida de los judíos de Egipto. Con la protección de Dios, y con Moisés como intermediario, el pueblo judío pudo librarse de la esclavitud. En el Mashiac esta fiesta es la fecha de su muerte, el cordero es Yaushua ha Mashiac.

Shavuot, también conocida como pentecostés, es la «fiesta de las semanas» o de «los primeros frutos». Celebra la cosecha siete semanas después de la pascua. También recuerda el momento en el que Moisés recibió las leyes en el monte Sinaí. Su cumplimiento nuevotestamentario es el descenso de Ruach Ha Kodesh, nacimiento de la Iglesia.

2-Fiestas de otoño

Rosh ha-shaná (cabeza del año) es la fiesta de año nuevo que se celebra el dia 1 de Tisri, a comienzos de otoño. Se conoce como «día del juicio» o «día del recuerdo», y es costumbre tocar el shofar, un cuerno de carnero, que es, probablemente, el instrumento musical más antiguo. Su cumplimiento, el tocar la trompeta simboliza importantes eventos en el futuro pero sobre todo, el regreso triunfal del Mesias. (Mateo 24:29 E inmediatamente después de la tribulación de aquellos días, el sol se oscurecerá, y la luna no dará su resplandor, y las estrellas caerán del cielo, y las potencias de los cielos serán conmovidas. 30Entonces aparecerá la señal del Hijo del Hombre en el cielo; y entonces lamentarán todas las tribus de la tierra, y verán al Hijo del Hombre viniendo sobre las nubes del cielo, con poder y gran gloria. 31Y enviará sus ángeles con gran voz de trompeta, y juntarán a sus escogidos, de los cuatro vientos, desde un extremo del cielo hasta el otro. 1ra. Tesalonicenses 4:16 Porque el Señor mismo con voz de mando, con voz de arcángel, y con trompeta de Dios, descenderá del cielo; y los muertos en Cristo resucitarán primero. 17Luego nosotros los que vivimos, los que hayamos quedado, seremos arrebatados juntamente con ellos en las nubes para recibir al Señor en el aire, y así estaremos siempre con el Señor. Apocalipsis 11:15El séptimo ángel tocó la trompeta, y hubo grandes voces en el cielo, que decían: Los reinos del mundo han venido a ser de nuestro Señor y de su Cristo; y él reinará por los siglos de los siglos.)

En la fiesta de yom kippur o «día de la expiación», que tiene lugar diez días después de la fiesta de año nuevo, vuelve a tocarse el shofar. Este es uno de los momentos más sagrados e importantes del año. Durante todo un día los fieles se mantienen en ayunas, orando en la sinagoga para pedir a Dios el perdón de los pecados. El el nuevo testamento es la fecha del bautismo de Jesucristo y el inicio de su ministerio sacerdotal.

Cinco días después se celebra la fiesta de sukkot, que en hebreo significa «tabernáculos o cabañas», y representa una acción de gracias por las cosechas. En esta ocasión también se conmemora la travesía del pueblo de Israel por el desierto en busca de la tierra prometida. Por este motivo, durante la celebración, las familias construyen una tienda de tela fuera de la casa que les recuerda que todo depende de la voluntad de Dios. En el nuevo testamento es la fecha del nacimiento de Yaushua. El Logos hizo "suka" o tabernaculizó entre nosotros.

Al octavo día se festeja "Shemini Atzeret" y luego "Simchat Torah", fiesta que marca el final del ciclo anual de lectura de la Torá. La tradición establece que se lea el último capítulo del Deuteronomio y el primero del Génesis y, además, los rollos de la Torá se sacan en procesión en medio de la danza. Los "chatanim", (novios o prometidos) se cazan con la palabra. Esta fiesta guarda relación con el "brith milah" (circuncisión) del Mashiac, lo que a su vez sella el pacto Abramico.

3-Fiestas de invierno.

Al principio del invierno el dia 25 de Kisleu se conmemora, a lo largo de ocho días, januka, conocido como «festival de la luz». El  nombre significa "dedicación o descanso el 25, las letras "kaf y hey" tienen un respectivo valor numérico de 20 y 5. Rememora la purificación del templo de Jerusalén, que se llevó a cabo durante ocho días del año 165 a.e.c., tras ser profanado por los griegos. Cada día se enciende una vela en el candelabro o menorah hasta que, al cabo de los ocho días, se tengan las ocho velas prendidas. Durante la celebración, las familias preparan regalos, por lo que es una fiesta muy popular entre los niños. Tipifica el triunfo sobre el anticristo y la rededicacion final del templo

Al final del invierno, un mes antes de la pascua, se celebra purim. Es un homenaje a Ester, personaje bíblico al que los judíos deben su salvación de la persecución. En las sinagogas se lee el libro de Ester, y cada vez que se cita el nombre de Amán, implacable perseguidor de los judíos de aquel entonces que fue finalmente derrotado, se organiza un gran estruendo de protesta. Es una fiesta llena de alegría en la que hay disfraces y comidas especiales. Tipifica la relación final del milenio en un solo pueblo.

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Reply  Message 13 of 240 on the subject 
From: BARILOCHENSE6999 Sent: 31/10/2012 15:23
Gen 12:15 The princes also of Pharaoh saw her, and commended her before Pharaoh: and the woman was taken into Pharaoh's house.
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Verse # = 314   |   Words = 12   |   Letters = 45
Data from Strong's Concordance
KJV Hebrew Strong's # Value
The princes שר 500
also of Pharaoh פרעה 355
saw ראה 206
her, and commended הלל 65
her before אל 31
Pharaoh: פרעה 355
and the woman אשה 306
was taken לקח 138
into Pharaoh's פרעה 355
house. בית 412
Total = 3965
Original Text
Hebrew Value Inc
ויראו 223
אתה 406
שרי 510
פרעה 355
ויהללו 87
אתה 406
אל 31
פרעה 355
ותקח 514
האשה 311
בית 412
פרעה 355

שר sar {sar} from 08323; TWOT - 2295a; n m AV - prince 208, captain 130, chief 33, ruler 33, governor 6, keeper 3, principal 2, general 1, lords 1, misc 4; 421 1) prince, ruler, leader, chief, chieftain, official, captain 1a) chieftain, leader 1b) vassal, noble, official (under king) 1c) captain, general, commander (military) 1d) chief, head, overseer (of other official classes) 1e) heads, princes (of religious office) 1f) elders (of representative leaders of people) 1g) merchant-princes (of rank and dignity) 1h) patron-angel 1i) Ruler of rulers (of God) 1j) warden


Gematria: 500

 

Reply  Message 14 of 240 on the subject 
From: BARILOCHENSE6999 Sent: 31/10/2012 15:27

ראשית re'shiyth {ray-sheeth'} from the same as 07218; TWOT - 2097e; n f AV - beginning 18, firstfruits 11, first 9, chief 8, misc 5; 51 1) first, beginning, best, chief 1a) beginning 1b) first 1c) chief 1d) choice part


Gematria: 911

 

שר sar {sar} from 08323; TWOT - 2295a; n m AV - prince 208, captain 130, chief 33, ruler 33, governor 6, keeper 3, principal 2, general 1, lords 1, misc 4; 421 1) prince, ruler, leader, chief, chieftain, official, captain 1a) chieftain, leader 1b) vassal, noble, official (under king) 1c) captain, general, commander (military) 1d) chief, head, overseer (of other official classes) 1e) heads, princes (of religious office) 1f) elders (of representative leaders of people) 1g) merchant-princes (of rank and dignity) 1h) patron-angel 1i) Ruler of rulers (of God) 1j) warden


Gematria: 500

 
 

שר sar {sar} from 08323; TWOT - 2295a; n m AV - prince 208, captain 130, chief 33, ruler 33, governor 6, keeper 3, principal 2, general 1, lords 1, misc 4; 421 1) prince, ruler, leader, chief, chieftain, official, captain 1a) chieftain, leader 1b) vassal, noble, official (under king) 1c) captain, general, commander (military) 1d) chief, head, overseer (of other official classes) 1e) heads, princes (of religious office) 1f) elders (of representative leaders of people) 1g) merchant-princes (of rank and dignity) 1h) patron-angel 1i) Ruler of rulers (of God) 1j) warden


Gematria: 500

 

Reply  Message 15 of 240 on the subject 
From: BARILOCHENSE6999 Sent: 31/10/2012 15:39
Joh 1:1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.
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Verse # = 26046   |   Words = 17   |   Letters = 52
Data from Strong's Concordance
KJV Greek Strong's # Value
In εν 55
the beginning αρχη 709
was ην 58
the Word, λογος 373
and και 31
the Word λογος 373
was ην 58
with προς 450
God, θεος 284
and και 31
the Word λογος 373
was ην 58
God. θεος 284
Total = 3627
Original Text
Greek Value Inc
εν 55
αρχηι 719
ην 58
ο 70
λογος 373
και 31
ο 70
λογος 373
ην 58
προς 450
τον 420
θεον 134
και 31
θεος 284
ην 58
ο 70
λογος 373
< G0746 >         

αρχη arche {ar-khay'} from 756; TDNT - 1:479,81; n f AV - beginning 40, principality 8, corner 2, first 2, misc 6; 58 1) beginning, origin 2) the person or thing that commences, the first person or thing in a series, the leader 3) that by which anything begins to be, the origin, the active cause 4) the extremity of a thing 4a) of the corners of a sail 5) the first place, principality, rule, magistracy 5a) of angels and demons

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