Holy Wednesday: The Day of Yahushua’s Sacrifice

Holy Wednesday: The Day of Yahushua’s Sacrifice

Huge and remarkable positive changes have been taking place in Christianity worldwide for several decades. The Reformation continues, especially in places like the American and the African continents. The name Yahuwah has been used very widely for decades in the form of Yahweh, which is the same in terms of consonants, slightly different in terms of vowels from the original name Yahuwah, but the essence is still there: YHWH

Among the many distortions, the circumstances and timing of the Sacrifice of the Lamb could not be left out. The enemy never sleeps. Several people are dealing with this topic, which is important because it is fundamentally our duty to restore everything that has been deformed by the institutional pseudo-churches. However, with this article, we will also examine

what are the deeper spiritual impacts of restoring such seemingly “minor” questions.

On what day did Yahushua die?

According to Christian tradition, Yahushua’s sacrifice on the cross happened on a Friday. Then, as we also read in the Scriptures, by Sunday morning the tomb was already empty and the Resurrection had taken place. Friday was chosen because we read in the Scriptures that this event took place a day before Saturday. Thus many people think that the Pesach holiday at that time fell on a weekly Saturday. They seem to have forgotten that in the Old Testament, all the major holidays are considered to be Shabbats. See in the Torah, book of Vayikra (Leviticus) 23rd chapter. Moreover:

No matter how we interpret the concept of day, whether from the Greek or the Hebrew perspective, a day or a night is always missing from the picture and it doesn’t take much mathematical knowledge to see that between Friday and Sunday many things can fit, except from 3 days and 3 nights.

However the promise is as follows:

For as Yonah was three days and three nights in the belly of a huge fish, so the Son of Man will be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth.

Matthew 12:40

According to the Jewish calendar, the days begin on the evening of the previous day. This time of eve is what we call Erev, like in the expression erev shabbat which happens to be the name of our ministry as well. The Jewish day begins on the evening of the previous civil day, when the sun goes down.

The first day of the week, Yom Echad (Sunday), starts on Saturday evening.

But whether we count the 3 days and nights backwards from Sunday morning or Saturday evening, we will not fall on Friday in either case.

The crucifixion took place on Wednesday

From here we can start counting:
– Wednesday: CRUCIFIXION + FIRST night
– Thursday FIRST day + SECOND night
– Friday SECOND day + THIRD night
– Saturday THIRD day + with the arrival of the first day of the week, Saturday evening: RESURRECTION

The Jews were preparing for the Sabbath. But this Shabbat was the great holiday as we read in the Old Testament and not the weekly Sabbath. Thus, the same laws applied for Pessach since the Great Holidays are considered as being fully shabbats as well.

Furthermore, we read: When the Sabbath was over, Myriam Magdalene, Myriam the mother of Yaakov, and Salome bought spices so that they might go to anoint Yahushua’s body. Mark 16:1

Here we can also see that one Sabbath had to pass and the other had to come before the first day of the week, so that between the two the women could buy the oil and spices for the anointing of Yahushua’s body. Because no one works on Shabbat and everything is closed, and these faithful women are unlikely to have broken the law of the Sabbath even for such an act.

What time did Yahushua die?

The problem of the hours is similar. Today’s civilian timekeeping is identical to the Roman timekeeping of that time, according to which the day begins at midnight. So the first hour starts at midnight, and then a 12-hour cycle starts again at noon.

Interestingly, the calculation of the Jewish hours did not start with the onset of the evening, but the daylight hours only started at sunrise. At this time, around Pesach in Israel, the sun rises between 6 and 7 in the morning. Thus, the hours mentioned in the Gospels are to be counted from this time.

Yahushua was crucified at the third hour. This was roughly between 9 and 10 a.m. Roman/modern time. It was nine in the morning when they crucified him. Mark 15:25 as we can read in the renewed english translation instead of at the Sixth hour in the former versions. The changed the original SIXTH expression in order to make sure we understand the exact time of the day when crucifixion began. Then it follows saying instead of the original THIRD our, we can read: At noon, darkness came over the whole land until three in the afternoon. Mark 15:33

And darkness spread over the world around noon. When, if not then? At the time when the sun reaches its highest point, when it is the warmest and especially the brightest. In short, the darkness came when people least expected it. Elohim leaves nothing to chance, and arranges his signs in such a way that they cannot be misinterpreted or explained with other arguments.

This darkness lasted for three more hours after the curtain was torn apart, i.e. Wednesday approx. from 3 to 4 p.m.

After that, they put him in the grave and the period of 3 nights and 3 days began.

Were there two Seder evenings?

A very big question still remains regarding the described holiday and series of events.

Yahushua and his disciples ate the lamb at the last supper on the first day of unleavened bread on Nisan 14 according to the Mosaic instruction as we read: On the first day of the Festival of Unleavened Bread, the disciples came to Yahushua and asked, “Where do you want us to make preparations for you to eat the Passover?” Matthew 26:17

This is how we remember that evening – the day before the day of the exodus, when the angel of death killed the first-born Egyptians. We had to slaughter the 1-year-old lamb – which is a young ram – and smear its blood on our doorposts then quickly eat everything being fully dressed up and ready to go.

If this event fell on the date that Yahushua and the 12 disciples ate their last meal on earth, the Pharisees and Sadducees would have to arrest him one day before without letting them the chance to gather and have the Last Supper together. Why did they urge the execution only the next day which, according to Yahushua’s act of celebration, was already the day of Passover, thus a Shabbat?

Why didn’t the Jews of that time observe the first day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread when Yahushua and his disciples did?

Because they would have had to try to kill Him before that precise night when the Master and the disciples met for the last time and not the day after!

If the rest of the Jews had eaten the meat of the lamb then, like Yahushua and his disciples, they would not have been able to take anyone to the stake the next day, since it was already a holiday, i.e. Saturday!

We don’t know exactly why this shift happened. Perhaps Yahushua brought it a day earlier so that the Jews would symbolically sacrifice Him as a lamb when the lamb sacrifices were also made according to the law? Or maybe a Baylonian distortion modified the original counting of dates? Perhaps something happened in Babylon that besides modifying the Commandments did also modify the dates and forgot one day somewhere. One jewish day may have been left in Babylon? Who knows? I don’t have an answer to that question for the moment. No such historical record exists to my knowledge. But the latter explanation seems more logical, although in this case the shift did not extend to the days of the week, but only to the dates. Indeed, Yahushua and his disciples have always kept the same Shabbats at the same moment of the weeks as the other Jews.

But what is certain:

Yahushua’s sacrifice was to fall on the day when the Jews performed the lamb sacrifices.

Sequence of events

Yahushua eats the sacrificial lamb with his disciples
On the first day of the Festival of Unleavened Bread, the disciples came to Yahushua and asked, “Where do you want us to make preparations for you to eat the Passover?” … They left and found things just as Yahushua had told them. So they prepared the Passover. When the hour came, Yahushua and his apostles reclined at the table. And he said to them, “I have eagerly desired to eat this Passover with you before I suffer.
Matthew 26:17 and Luke 22:13-15

Yahushua prays in the Garden of Gethsemane
When they had sung a hymn, they went out to the Mount of Olives (…) Once more he went away and prayed the same thing. When he came back, he again found them sleeping, because their eyes were heavy. They did not know what to say to him. Returning the third time, he said to them, “Are you still sleeping and resting? Enough! The hour has come. Look, the Son of Man is delivered into the hands of sinners. Rise! Let us go! Here comes my betrayer!”
Mark 14:26, 39-42

Yahushua is arrested
They took Yahushua to the high priest, and all the chief priests, the elders and the teachers of the law came together.
Mark 14:53

Yahushua is brought before Pilate
Very early in the morning, the chief priests, with the elders, the teachers of the law and the whole Sanhedrin, made their plans. So they bound Yahushua, led him away and handed him over to Pilate.
Mark 15:1

Crucifixion in the 3rd hour (around 9:00 a.m.)
It was nine in the morning when they crucified him.
Mark 15:25

Darkness around noon until 3 pm
At noon, darkness came over the whole land until three in the afternoon.
Mark 15:33

Yahushua dies / the Curtain is torn in two
And at three in the afternoon Yahushua cried out in a loud voice, “Eloi, Eloi, lema sabachthani?” – which means “My Elohim, my Elohim, why have you forsaken me?” – (…) With a loud cry, Yahushua breathed his last. The curtain of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom.

Mark 15:34, 37-38

They make sure He is dead
Now it was the day of Preparation, and the next day was to be a special Sabbath. Because the Jewish leaders did not want the bodies left on the crosses during the Sabbath, they asked Pilate to have the legs broken and the bodies taken down.
John 19:31

Yahushua is laid in a tomb
It was Preparation Day (that is, the day before the Sabbath). So as evening approached, Yossef of Arimathea, a prominent member of the Council, who was himself waiting for the kingdom of Elohim, went boldly to Pilate and asked for Yahushua’s body. Pilate was surprised to hear that he was already dead. Summoning the centurion, he asked him if Yahushua had already died. When he learned from the centurion that it was so, he gave the body to Yossef. So Yossef bought some linen cloth, took down the body, wrapped it in the linen, and placed it in a tomb cut out of rock. Then he rolled a stone against the entrance of the tomb. Myriam Magdalene and Myriam the mother of Yossef saw where he was laid.
Mark 15:42-47

The women buy, then prepare the anointing oil and finally rest on Saturday
When the Sabbath was over, Myriam Magdalene, Myriam the mother of Yakov, and Salome bought spices so that they might go to anoint Yahushua’s body. (…) Then they went home and prepared spices and perfumes. But they rested on the Sabbath in obedience to the commandment.
Mark 16:1 and Luke 23:56

Pesach is fulfilled

So Yahushua celebrated the Seder – the night before the Exodus, when the Jews living in the land of Goshen ate the meat of the sacrificial lamb while the angel of death was killing the firstborn in Egypt.

Then the disciples drank the blood of the lamb, thus symbolically smearing the blood by which they were redeemed on the doorposts of their hearts so that death has no longer power over them. The next day, through the death of the Lamb of Elohim, He offered mankind the door and opportunity of Salvation – the ultimate exodus of mankind from the fallen world.

The rest of the Jews, who did not follow the Messiah, crucified the Savior on the Day of the Lamb Sacrifice, precisely when the lambs were sacrificed in preparation for the Passover.

Prophetically, the Jews sacrificed their Messiah as a Lamb,

which most of Jews still have not consumed since then, because they persist in rejecting Him. But at the end of time, i.e. now, more and more of us, Jews, are gathering around that table of Seder where our Master sat with his disciples. More and more of us are continuously gathering there to accept His sacrifice and blood for the forgiveness of our sins and as a seal of our salvation.

Why are these questions important?

Again and as I have written many times: Dates and times do not save you, as Paul warns us. The feasts are fulfilled in us by being born again, by our covenant with Yahushua HaMashiach and Ruach HaKodesh filling our hearts. (See: The Feasts of Yahuwah in Yahushua)

Restoring dates and times are important because they are part of the whole picture.

They are part of the Gospel. And as such, everything has its exact role and place. And if we do Restorative work – Apostolic work – it must cover everything. Not in oder to create new dogmas/laws/theologies and breed new and even more Pharisees, but rather because Yahuwah ordered it that way and if Satan messes with it at any level,

then it is our duty by Ruach HaKodesh to restore the details as well, so that the whole truth is strengthened thereby.

Most often, the world rejects the Good News we are bringing because they see the contradictions caused by these deviations. And if we cannot give answers to their questions and objections, or if we approach them being contaminated by these distortions ourselves, then we are not credible and our testimony is weak.

There is another very big problem with this: the further distancing of the Jews from the recognition of the Messiah. When the Savior himself, Yahushua, declares that no other sign will be given to this people – the Jews – than the sign of Yonah, then any alteration of the times and days adds further bricks in the wall that separates the chosen people from their own Messiah. Thus, collective responsibility falls on groups of believers who do not smooth the way between Jew and Yahushua, as Yohanan (John the Baptist) once began. Such a person works against the prophecies and not for their fulfillment.

Do never lose sight of the fact that one of the essence of our ministry as disciples is as follows:

Prepare the way of Yahuwah, make straight in the desert a highway for our Elohim!

Isaiah 40 / Matthew and Luke 3…

This is the basic summary of reformation: taking all obstacles and stones away from the path between Man and Elohim.

See also: New Year’s Day: When the Messiah was born!, Prophet Ezekiel’s Message for Christmas, The Feasts of Yahuwah in Yahushua


New Year’s Day: When the Messiah was born!

New Year’s Day: When the Messiah was born!

What is Yeshua’s true date of birth?

In the continuity of my article exposing Christmas, it finally seemed important to me to treat the question of the day of the birth of the Savior, Yahushua HaMashiah. There has never been a biblical, hence Jewish, custom prescribing the celebration of birthdays, but if it is so important for non-Jews, then I think it is worth considering the facts set out below. Also, from the accounts of Yeshua’s birth in the Gospels, it seems fairly obvious what time of year He appeared among us.

The Sukkot Theory

Of those who reject the late December theory most regard the Feast of Tabernacles as the time of Yeshua’s birth. For years, I myself considered this date as the most probable. Most people support this theory because we can read in John 1:14: …the Word was made flesh and DWELT among us… The word DWELL in the original text is expressed by the same word as “TENT” or “TABERNACLE”. The original text therefore implies that “He Tabernacled” among us.

However, knowing the people and especially the Romans, the best time to organize a census when everyone has to make the trip to return to their native villages is naturally a time when the weather is favorable enough to facilitate the movement of people. It would have been completely illogical and foolish to force masses to move in the season of Sukkot, which is early fall (or even and probably more at the beginning of December, as we will see later) when the weather is unpredictable and often already quite cold. Moreover, it is the time following the closing of the harvests, when the crowds of people still living mostly on agriculture were most exhausted from the physical labor that they had just finished.

The Feasts of Yahuwah: Stages of Salvation History

The birth of Yeshua, as well as all the events of the history of Salvation known until now, all and exclusively took place during original “Jewish” biblical festivals. read more about it here

The Sacrifice of the Cross happened on Pesach, the Resurrection took place on the Feast of Firstfruits and the gift of the Holy Spirit on Shavuot. Now humanity has been in the period between Shavuot and Yom HaTrua for almost 2000 years. The next fulfillment will be the Rapture, when the shofar will sound as announced in 2 Thessalonians and Revelation of John. Then, on Yom Kippur, Israel will recognize the Messiah in Yeshua and mourn him as the firstborn son.

Succoth is the feast of the final harvest, when the Messiah will return and gather the people that have not taken the mark of the beast. Succoth’s duration of several days symbolizes the duration of the Millennium at the end of which the new heavens and the new earth will be created as the new beginning in a new month of Nisan.

Succoth will be the last holiday to be fulfilled. Yeshua, the Lamb of Elohim, could not appear during this feast, since His Birth announces the New Creation of humanity.

The first day of the year

Contrary to Jewish tradition, which regards Yom HaTrua as the beginning of the Judaic year and renames it Rosh Hashanah (head of the year), the laws of physics and nature bear witness to a completely different time, concerning which moment of the year should be considered as its beginning. If the word of Elohim which has long defined times and days is no longer enough for people, then let the laws of physics and nature alone bear witness to it: The creation of the world could not have taken place any other time than in spring or in the beginning of the summer, when Life springs out from nothingness.

Life always begins in spring then goes through a summer and an fall to finally disappear in winter.

And for those for whom the Word of Elohim is sufficient, on the basis of Exodus 12:1-2, we can again declare that the first day of the year, thus that of creation is the

1st of Nisan

Yahuwah said to Moses and Aaron in Egypt, “This month is to be for you the first month, the first month of your year. Tell the whole community of Israel that on the tenth day of this month each man is to take a lamb for his family, one for each household. Exodus 12:1-3

The 1st of Nisan, which according to the civil calendar usually falls between the end of March and the beginning of April each year, is not considered a holiday. Thus, Joseph and Miriam could go wherever they wanted, they were not breaking the law if they did not go up to Jerusalem but to Betlehem instead, in accordance with the roman will of counting the people.

Everything was created in, through and for Yahushua. When could he has been born, if not on this day when Life revives

By the way, Yeshua’s birth was not only on the first day of the first month of the year, but also on the first day of the week, as was his resurrection. Therefore, the first day of creation was Nisan 1, the first day of the week. This, however, is by no means an excuse to change the Shabbat law. See Saturday / Sunday

It is interesting to notice that the majority of ancient peoples, including the Greeks and Romans, originally set the beginning of the year at the spring equinox, which is around March 20-21. This is an evidence, since the very names of certain months still in use today such as September, October, November, December are respectively derived from the Greek and Latin numerals seven, eight, nine and ten. The months of July and August were added later, so shifting their original occurrence. Thus the seventh month September became the ninth etc.

The pagan astrological cycle also begins with the constellation of Aries or Ram towards the end of March. The ram which by the way is a symbol of renewal and fertility. The one-year-old male sacrificial lamb was also already and practically a ram.
At that time, the one-year-old male sacrificial lamb, according to the law, was more of a young ram than a lamb. Something which corresponds well to the nature of the replacement sacrificial animal sent to Abraham as a substitute for Isaac on Mount Moriah.

The Sacrificial Lambs

We know from the accounts that the shepherds were outside with their cattle in the evening or even late at night. Shepherds only come out with their herds at night at calving time, when the females give birth to their young.

And sheep give birth mainly during the springtime.

Another interesting thing is that the Passover sacrificial lambs, which were specifically offered as a burnt offering in the Temple in Jerusalem, came from the area of Bethlehem. The sacrificial lambs were symbolically brought to the Holy Place from King David’s hometown.

The local shepherds who appear in the Nativity Story were none other than the herders of these specific lambs. Elohim reveals the news of the Birth of His Lamb to these Shepherds, for they were already awaiting the birth of the sacrificial Passover lambs continuously and every year. This was their profession: These shepherds were the advanced guard of the waiting for the Messiah.

Moreover, according to the law, the paschal lamb had to be one year old. This clearly indicates that

each Passover sacrificial lamb had to be born on the previous year’s Passover period

Yeshua’s life did not last a year, but much longer. However, as the Perfect Sacrificial Lamb, He also had to be born at the time foreseen by the Law as well as the animals which foreshadowed Him having all been born a year earlier.

In addition, on the 10th of the month of Nisan, the sacrificial lamb was to be separated and brought into homes, a few days before their sacrifice at Passover which takes place on 14-15 Nisan. This is what happened on Palm Sunday: Yahuwah brings his own Son, the Lamb, to his own house, Jerusalem, on the back of a donkey and celebrated as a King.

Completed holiday cycle

Yahushua is the Alpha and the Omega, or rather the א (alef) and the ת (tet) according to the original Hebrew alphabet. Everything was created in, for and through Him.

The Feasts ordained by Yahuwah all point to Him and He fulfills all of them.

The Lamb of Elohim physically appeared in the visible world on the first day of the Creation of the world. He came down here in order to perform the final Sacrifice of the Lamb on a Passover feast which was subsequent to the one on which his was born.

From his birth, the Messiah bears in him all the feasts while opening a new cycle: the one of the time of Mercy.

Since Pentecost, filled with the Holy Spirit, we live in the time of harvest and await the rapture which will take place at a certain time on the first or second day of the feast of Yom HaTrua, the exact year being still unknown. In the meantime, our task is to gather souls as well as teach and further strengthen those who have already been gathered, so that they will remain in faith till the end.

Shifting of times

In parenthesis, I would like to point out, as I have done in my other writings, that historical records show that the Pope of the time forced Hillel HaNassi, a Jewish spiritual leader who lived at the beginning of the Middle Ages, to make further changes in the Jewish calendar and the counting of times. Furthermore, Judaism itself may have considered it reasonable from its own perspective to adapt the holiday cycle to the weather of the regions of our exile. After all, the agricultural cycle in Europe ends at the end of September and the beginning of October. On the other hand, thanks to the longer lasting warmer weather in the Near Eastern landscapes called the Fertile Crescent, harvests last until the middle of December even in modern times. Thus, in the period before the exile, the holiday of Sukkot took probably place around this time, i.e. when today the Jews celebrate the Hanukkah holiday, which has since been added.

Based on the records of Josephus Flavius, it is known that the counting of Times have been moved backwards by two or three months and by 210 years! Thus, we are actually not in the year 5784 according to the modern and official Jewish calendar, but approximately in 5994, as the signs of the times prove it each day even more clearly. (The seventh millennium, that of the reign of Yahushua being at the door).

As with all scattering work, this factor also greatly complicates our situation. After all, celestial signs, various prophetic phenomena, blood moons, wars launched against Israel and the fulfillment of historical events all fall on holidays according to the current and today’s officially accepted Jewish calendar. So has it been changed or not finally? Perhaps this will seem exaggerated, and since I myself cannot know to what extent the calendar has been changed or not, but more and more signs point to it. But it seems that Elohim, having given the celestial bodies as a sign to mankind, He seems to be adapting their appearance and movements to mankind’s deluded state and make them appear in the sky when the people expect them to be there as confirmation of prophetical events and most of all when the real time comes for them to point the fulfillment of an earthly event. Even if the time of the given holiday or event were two or three months later according to Elohim’s clock, it is still brought forward and adjusted to the changed time calculation, since the celestial bodies and their positions are for man and not the other way around. Thus, the primary concern is that the messages and signals reach the recipients. If the receiver moves two or three houses away, we are going to adapt the house number on our postcards, as our goal is that our relatives read them and not strangers.

From the point of view of this article, I have to slightly modify the message to the extent that, in essence, the first day of the original month of Nisan is not even at the beginning of spring, but at the end of it, in what we call: June (i.e. at the end of the school year).

And this is natural: After all, Elohim did not create seeds, buds, small animals and seedling plants, but finished “products”! Just as Adam was created as an adult. With Elohim, the beginning of life begins with immediate perfection and maturity. This means that spring is nothing more than the period when everything begins to revive from the state of death of winter. Spring is not yet the time of the original beginning of life. The six days of creation did not occur in a period equivalent to what we call Spring today. Spring is the beginning of revival and recovery from the deadly state brought by winter. Spring is the transitional period leading back to the state which immediately came up at the creation and which culminates and can be seen each year at about the beginning of summer.

Because when the sentence is spoken: “Let there be Light”, life appeared in its summer splendor right from the start of the six-day cycle of creation.

The first of Nisan, the day when Elohim brought Himself as the Messiah, as the Son, in a word: as The Light into the fallen world that was in darkness and chaos, obviously has to correspond to the time of the year when the light of the sun lasts the longest according to our current time calculations.

This particular day, which the pagan world calls the summer equinox, is the polar opposite of the previously discussed Christmas and other bacchanalia period. This last one is the culmination of darkness and the previous is the culmination of Light.

What does Satan do then?

He takes the event of the Light of the World being born physically on earth and transfer it to the darkest day that best reflects his own essence, and he thus creates a holiday called Christmas!

I would also like to point out to the users of astronomical IT programs that, of course, these ones cannot be trusted 100% either. Why should they? Just think a moment: Which is the spirit that builds and spreads the virtual world today? The same one that changed the times and the law in the Middle Ages and at the time of the foundation of the Roman Church. This forgery is a long-term plan that the antichrist spirit is preparing for its own coming in the flesh at the end of times in order that many should not recognize him. Also: Which organization is responsible and oversees almost everything related to astronomy and its study and especially the program that many Christians use to study the positions of the stars? NASA of course! Or I could have said Walt Disney, since the two are one and the first is none other than the subsidiary of the second. And with some mathematically well-adjusted logarithms, any modification can be ordered regarding the position of the given celestial bodies, those that cannot be seen with the naked eye, so that according to the plan of this antichrist spirit, they will appear where and when it wants them to show up.

Celebrate His birth?

But coming back to our Savior’s birthday. Can we celebrate this event? Yes, we do, we even have to. Although we emphasize that celebrating a birthday separately is very dangerous and incomplete, because we are opening a cycle that has already gone much further. If we retain only one aspect of it, we cut ourselves off from the whole.
We must continually remember His arrival, His death, His resurrection, and departure from the earth as an inseparable set of events constituting the work of redemption, but not necessarily on a particular day.

The Word does not mention in a clear and precise way the moment of his birthday, because Elohim does not want humanity to remain stuck on the image of the child “Jesus”. This intention has obviously not really been respected so far.

However, the elements of the story are clear, only spring or early summer can come into consideration and anyone who has eyes, ears and knowledge of the roots knows this. It is Elohim’s permissive will and at the same time his test: is Humanity and among them a large part of Christianity going to fall into the temptation? Are they going to preserve an ancient pagan event or feast in order to safeguard the tradition of their ancestors rather than submitting themselves to the gift of Sanctification proposed by the Spirit of the Messiah? Christmas is such a test that many people still stumble over.

It is indeed possible to celebrate the birth of the Lamb of Elohim every Passover, but only do so if we also remember the rest of his work and life,

the Sacrifice of the Cross, then the Resurrection, Ascension and the coming of the Ruach HaKodesh/Holy Spirit.

But any celebration should always be preceded by the surrender of our life, conversion and rebirth, baptism of fire – being filled with Ruach HaKodesh. Because then, all the holidays will be continuously alive and active in our hearts and bodies, since then we ourselves become the temples of the Spirit of the Messiah, where all the holidays become eternal.

One of the great conspiracies of the Romanization or Hellenization of the Church also manifested here, as we wrote earlier in connection with the false feast called Christmas. Now, digging a little deeper, we can also see that once again an original New Year has been twisted twofold: On the one hand by rabbinical Judaism postponing it to a later holiday which has nothing to see with the New Year; and on the other hand by the Greco-Romans who postponed it to their winter solstice thus creating a Gregorian New Year.

Because the Savior was truly born on New Year’s Day. But not according to the Roman calendar, not even according to the modern Jewish calendar, but according to the original biblical calendar. At the same time and in the same way as when Elohim spoke and said on the very first day of the very first month of creation: “Let there be Light“. This Light of the World who was brought into our world at this point in the cycle of the year, both at creation and later in Bethlehem.

Related article: Prophet Ezekiel’s Message for Christmas, The prohibition of the “sacred tree”


Prophet Ezekiel’s Message for Christmas

Prophet Ezekiel’s Message for Christmas

Again, he said, “You will see them doing things that are even more detestable.” Then he brought me to the entrance of the north gate of the house of Yahuwah, and I saw women sitting there, mourning the god Tammuz. He said to me, “Do you see this, son of man? You will see things that are even more detestable than this.” He then brought me into the inner court of the house of Yahuwah, and there at the entrance to the temple, between the portico and the altar, were about twenty-five men. With their backs toward the temple of Yahuwah and their faces toward the east, they were bowing down to the Sun in the east. He said to me, “Have you seen this, son of man? Is it a trivial matter for the people of Judah to do the detestable things they are doing here? Must they also fill the land with violence and continually arouse my anger? Ezekiel 8:13-17

In addition to our previous articles, where we have already discussed the spiritual problems and the corrupt roots of Christmas, I would like to summarize in a little more detail what is the historical and pagan context of this holiday. See also the article: The prohibition of the “sacred tree”.

In the best of cases, Christian pastors teach their flocks that they must rely on their own conscience and that everyone must judge their relationship to this feast for themselves. In a somewhat loose way like Pilate: “I wash my hands of it, let everyone do as they see fit and in accordance with what the Spirit allows them to do.” Based on what is described here below, I now specifically encourage those who are in the Spirit and who have been filled with the Holy Spirit at some time to trust not their conscience, but their stomach, regarding how they will now position themselves in relation to this celebration which is frankly dark and demonic.

The perpetuation of this feast was one of the key stages in the Christianization of the pagan world and at the same time in the paganization of Christianity. By safeguarding and at the same time by Christianizing the greatest pagan festival, the ruling power of the time succeeded in a “master” trick, thus ensuring that the peoples did not rebel against the new religion adopted by the Emperor Constantine. The main tool in the greatest attack ever perpetrated against the Body of Messiah by the foundation of the Roman church is as usual: mixture or assimilation.

Winter Solstice Celebration

The gradual return of light from the shortest and therefore darkest day of the year was considered a very great event among all the peoples of antiquity. From here, light begins to take over darkness.

The symbol seems really conducive to the celebration of the birth of Yeshua, the Savior of the world, the advent of the Light of the world coming on earth. We can say that the situation lends itself perfectly to the mixture of the two.

However, the Holy Scriptures do not state exactly when Yeshua was born, and most importantly, Elohim never gave instructions for anyone’s birthdays to be celebrated, including his own. It is not known why this subject is so taboo for Elohim and according to the original Jewish traditions, but it is so, like it or not. (undoubtedly in order to avoid self-idolatry by avoiding celebrating oneself).

Adding anything to the commandments as well as to the feasts is a problem in itself, but the situation is aggravated by the fact that

the day of the celebration of the vilest spirits was appointed to commemorate the birth of the Most Holy,

and what is more, by having preserved all the range of the original pagan symbols which are attached to it.

The real and deep root of this holiday is none other than people’s instinctive desire to cheer themselves up during such a dark period. Who has never been amazed by the kiosks and other urban decorations visible during the end-of-year celebrations? This is a truly heart-warming sight, we have to admit!

But before anyone makes the mistake of explaining their relationship to this feast by saying that Elohim purifies everything and that we have freedom in the Messiah to do whatever we want, let us instead reflect on the reasons why we are still stuck into this feast which obviously has long since turned into a real capitalist and consumer orgy.

We’re silent about the hidden side of Christmas, because we are eventually afraid of suffering more rejection from the world and from other Christians who are up to their necks in it? Perhaps for diplomatic reasons do we wish to preserve a good understanding and especially not to spoil a holiday which after all is still mainly celebrating the birth of the baby Jesus? Are we tired of always standing out thus we refrain ourselves from attacking a feast for fear of going against the Messiah and being accused of blasphemy? The question is exactly the same as in the case of the change from Shabbat to Sunday. See the article: Saturday / Sunday

Christmas: the feast of the Sun and other deities

Let’s see the main examples of foreign deities that have been celebrated at the end of December since the dawn of time:

Nimrod / Tammuz

Nimrod means: he will rebel. Nimrod, who was also called deer, claimed to be the Sun god. All sorts of orgies and parties seasoned with human sacrifices were organized in his honor, the “climax” of which was the sacrifice of children at the stake, from which, incidentally, the symbol of the Yule log comes.

Nimrod married his own mother Semiramis, to whom their son Tammuz was born on December 25. According to popular lore, Tammuz is the reincarnation of Nimrod, who eventually died in a forest where a pine tree grew from the remains of his body. In commemoration of his death, people went to meditate every December 25 at the foot of this fir tree where Tammuz brought them all kinds of gifts from the hereafter.

Nimrod and Tammuz are often depicted in arts as children sitting on the knees of their mother, Semiramis. It is directly from here that the representation of the Virgin Mary with the child Jesus comes.


He was also celebrated on December 25. Here human sacrifices have been replaced by gladiatorial fights which outcome was often fatal. The Saturnalia lasted a whole month during which people indulged in drinking parties and various orgies. During this period, another holiday, the Juvenalia specifically celebrated youth, children and fertility. Meanwhile, the roman upper and ruling class was worshiping Mithras – the Persian sun god.

Saturn was often depicted with a scythe and a celestial chariot. Here, the draft animals were not reindeers as in the case of Santa Claus, but a giant snakes. Saturn, the Roman Chronos, was the principality who, according to mythology, devoured his own son to avoid him from eventually usurping his throne when becoming an adult. This is none other than

the symbol of Satan wanting to destroy humans as soon as possible in order to avoid them taking his and his demons’ places they left empty in Heavens before these ones find their path back to the Father through the Messiah Yeshua

The spirit of Saturn is directly related to Santa Claus (and Saint Nicholas) and still worshiped through him till today.

Other foreign deities

We could go on making a long list of all the names of foreign spirits which the various pagans associated with light and Sun and which are thus celebrated to this day during the month of December. Here, I will only mention a few from the best known examples:

Re/Ra/Oziris, Mithras, Helios/Dionysos, Sol Invictus, Lucia, …

The Roman attack on the Church, the real one, to which I often refer, when Constantine the Great, in his effort to assimilate everything, by mixing and thus by falsifying the original, here just incorporated the celebration of the anniversary of Yeshua in the greatest feast celebrated worldwide by all peoples.

Puritan American Christians banned the celebration of Christmas until the middle of the 19th century. The Reformation has already settled this question once in the past. Later, due to marketing and capitalist interests, the feast was restored in order to push the masses into consumption. This affected the Christian communities, which began to feel a kind of lack during this coldest period.

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Do you still sacrifice your children to Moloch?

Millions of people trick their children into believing that there is a nice old man with a white beard and dressed in red clothes who distributes sweets and gifts as a reward to the children according to whether they have been good or not. They are brought before the image of an old “wise man” with a paternal face to whom they can write and even pray to in order to win his clemency. What happens in such a case, at the spiritual level?

What kind of idol do people get their own children used to?

Wouldn’t these practices be a way of teaching them how to make idols from an early age?

In addition,

what image does the child have of Elohim,

if he is encouraged so early to ask some spiritual authority for all kinds of nice gifts after playing the nice boy or girl in order to obtain a reward? Isn’t this what we call religiosity, self-righteousness or pharisaism? Earn your salvation based on your deeds?

Are we surprised that there are so many believers who still see the Savior as an idol, a “little” Jesus who distributes gifts that is to say blessings and money in the context of current adult Christian?

By getting our children used to this kind of idolatry, we are simply misleading them and developing in them a false image of Elohim and Yahushua. Wouldn’t this process just be

the sacrifice by fire of the spirit of our children on the altar of Moloch?!

As I mentioned in my other article on the prohibition of child sacrifice, every compromise with the world is a kind of spiritual sacrifice, the spiritual burning of our children, which can have serious repercussions on their adult life and their relationship with Elohim. See Do not follow the World

Notice the reaction of almost every small child when they are first placed on the lap of a man dressed as Santa Claus. They cry and scream in terror, many parents don’t even understand why. They think it’s because it’s an eccentrically dressed stranger. After a few years, the child grows up and gets used to the phenomenon, thus ending up crying. But what the children feel at first, in my opinion, is rather the foreign spirit that hides behind this masquerade and the spiritual sacrifice in which they do not want to take part and even less to be the victims. Sometimes we really have the impression that these poor little ones feel the unbearable heat of the flames trying to burn them from the inside.

May the Spirit of Yahuwah / Ruach HaKodesh break and cancel all spiritual curses that arise from these forced encounters in the lives of all humans who had to take part in this type of seance during their childhood!

More than 500 years after the start of the Reformation, today, as we are on the threshold of the last 7 years, we still have to persuade a large part of Christianity on the reasons to abandon the celebration of Christmas and other circuses of the kind. And while the antichrist prepares to strengthen his alliance with all the nations of the world, you do still go on preparing yourself for this kind of spiritual binge as a disciple of Jesus!
(Cop 28, Abu-Dhabi – 2023 November 30 – December 12)

Does the question still arise?

May those who have no children not be deceived. Those who celebrate alone or with their partner, parents or friends do nothing more than worship Satan without even suspecting it. Whether atheists or believers, the situation is the same.

The enemy doesn’t care if you believe in him or not, Christmas remains his unholy holiday in any case.

The acceptance of such a circus strongly impacts the spiritual state of people who submit to it or who do not warn of its dangers. In the case of Christians, this kind of festivities strongly affects their personal relationship with the Savior and the Father and distort even further the already altered image they often have of Elohim.

Yahushua has no intention of purifying anything that is unclean and rotten. The soiled roots must be dug up, cut off and thrown into the fire. Unclean spirits act even when we don’t believe and think about them. We activate them and empower them by letting them act. But as in all things, the time of ignorance is tolerated by Yahuwah. However, after the recognition of a problem, when a new imposture is unmasked, we can easily slip into a state of conscious rebellion if we do not purify ourselves of it. This kind of conscious rebellion will sooner or later lead to dramatic consequences.

And if someone would find my words a little bit to harsh, I recommend that person to go on reading chapters 8 and 9 of the book of Ezekiel.

Let’s be wise and use these false feasts for the benefit of Yahushua

Christmas is only good for one thing:

to minister to unbelievers who no longer commemorate the birth and existence of Yahushua except on this cursed day.

We have the opportunity to commemorate the birth of our Savior Yahushua HaMashiah and all other events related to Him at any time. The holidays, whether true or false, are an opportunity for us to bear witness to the Savior that many do not yet know, or only in this rudimentary form. Because religious holidays, original or not, are the occasions when even non-believers question a lot of things concerning Life and thus have their hearts more open and better prepared to receive the Gospel.

Christmas can thus be the occasion to bear witness to the Messiah so that the following year it is no longer celebrated, because the person will also have entered the Heavenly Sanctuary: the Body of the Messiah, where the Feasts of the Eternal become Eternal.

See also the article: The Feasts of Yahuwah in Yahushua, The prohibition of the “sacred tree”, New Year’s Day: When the Messiah was born!

Instead of merry christmas, wishing you further blessed reformations.


Saturday / Sunday

Saturday / Sunday

Along the Reformation process, several churches were founded as a result of recognizing Yahuwah’s original Holy day in the Sabbath as described in the Ten Commandments:

Remember the Sabbath day by keeping it holy.

Exodus 20:8

Indeed, we do not read anything like : “dear son, please take appart a day of your choice to worship Me…” but instead we can see that the Sabbath has been specifically chosen by Elohim for us to be a meeting point, a sign of our Covenant.

Yahushua himself did no different. However, he committed a kind of “civil” or rather “scribal disobedience” on certain Shabbats by healing the sick and delivering prisoners from their sins. This indeed scandalized the religious leaders of the time, since they forgot that

The Sabbath was made for man, not man for the Sabbath

Therefore, the blessing of Sabbat became a curse to them, as they endorsed a terrible psychological yoke by constantly having to be careful not to violate the law of the Sabbath.

Because the law of Life and Love is ahead of all other decrees

Later, Yahushua also declares that

The Son of Man is (also) Lord of the Sabbath.

Luke 6:5

That means that whoever is in the Messiah, he is above the Sabbath himself together with the Messiah.

But it does not follow that he has the right to exchange the days

Because in this case he becomes a prisoner of another day by the mere act of designating it. After all, Yahushua did not die on the cross to usher in a new day, but to fulfill the existing one!

And being above the law does not give us the right to break the law, but it stands under our feet as one of the foundations so that our own temple, the temple of Ruach HaKodesh, does not shake and stands on solid ground, on the foundations of the law and the prophets, on which the Church itself was built.

Paul himself did never stated anything else even when he was asking the elders not to burden the newly born again brethren with questions of days and dates, since they are still children and they may consider another day to be the holy one according to the purity of their hearts.

As long as it is done out of ignorance and with a pure heart, it is a sweet-smelling sacrifice in the eyes of Elohim. Let them do it as long as their worship is spotless. However, Paul does not add it, but it is clear that sooner or later, as a consequence of the process of sanctification and getting mature in spirit, Ruach HaKodesh is going to restore the original order in them as well. It is none of our business to know how long Elohim grants them his patience and when time will come for each one of them.

The original Will of Yahuwah, however, is to sanctify/separate the Sabbat which is Saturday.

Therefore do not let anyone judge you by what you eat or drink, or with regard to a religious festival, a New Moon celebration or a Sabbath day. These are a shadow of the things that were to come; the reality, however, is found in the Messiah.

Colossians 2:16-17

As for the original Saturday as a shadow, let anyone refrain from creating another shadow instead of the former and original one. Moreover, in order to create a series of similar, alternative religious ceremonies: “Then we come together, in this particular place, this is allowed, this is not, we will sing this, for this amount of time, we must read this portion of the Scriptures, pray this and that, in that way, put your tithe in such a box and our offerings in such a basket… and most of all: This one is going to preach because he/she has the required knowledge according to our established theological requirements, like the scribes in the times of Yeshua, etc. Those places where they are training religious robots instead of making disciples by rebirth and leave them be led directly by the Holy Spirit.

The Holy Tabernacle in the wilderness, which is our model, is mobile, flexible, going here and there under the guidance of Ruach. So the Law/the Commandments and the one of Shabbat within it, is equally mobile, flexible and has to work as a blessing and means of giving and strengthening life according to the place and the situation.

Saturday as a shadow vs. Saturday as the reality of the Messiah

For us, as Levites in the Heavenly Sanctuary, every day is a Sabbath and a Holy Day

As with all the other Feasts of Yahuwah, being Levite priests living and serving in the Messiah, we are experiencing all the Feasts and Sabbaths in a permanent way in the presence of Yahushua. For us and in spirit, every day is Saturday, Yom Kippur, Pessach and all the other holidays. What matters for us is no more the calendar, the times and the hours, but the continuity and the fulfillment of the Holy Moments in our hearts. See more about this: The Feasts of Yahuwah in Yahushua.

In the temporal dimension, the great events of Salvation History were all fulfilled on biblical holidays, so after Shavuot (Pentecost) the next big event waiting to be fulfilled will be Yom HaTrua (Day of Trumpets). So the holidays also have several dimensions, see the other article. But here, we are only going to analyze the holidays on a personal level rather than historic or universal).


those who do not belong to the Messiah are still under the law,

and these laws apply to them according to their original order. Because unlike circumcision, the Sabbath is mentioned on the two stone tablets which means that it is part of the 10 Commandments. Thus it also applies to the entire Church and the people of Elohim, those born again in the Messiah. As we read several times with the Passover sacrifice, you should have one law for the sojourner and the stranger, etc. But as born again disciples the law is no more according to the mere letter but living and acting in us through the fire of the Holy Spirit. That’s the main point I strive to make you understand through practically all my teachings.

For Shabbat is a sign between the children of Israel and Elohim. This sign should also be respected and proclaimed as an eternal law by those who are not part of the children of Israel, who are already exempt from the strict observance of this sign, but by having become sons of Elohim through the Blood of the Lamb, they should know the essence of this eternal Sabbath, and as an even greater sign it should be visible on them, every single day of the week. (e.g. when you get aware that people notice how stable you are, how optimistic you are, even in situations when they are in panic. When everyone is afraid of something they can see that you literally walk on water and are not affected by the spiritual traumas that afflict secular people or even your religious peers. This is a type of constant Shabbat experienced internally).

And those who are not aliens, have not yet joined the people of Elohim through the Blood of the Lamb, they must also know these laws. After a week of work, it is natural that on the appointed days they will go towards us, the Levites, if they are looking for Elohim. For us, calendar holidays, times and hours are important and should be observed at this level, because we must know that our service to the outside world becomes particularly intense at these moments.

At such times, hearts are more opened, everyday running and rush stops and openness to the Word of Elohim increases. Because whether you like it or not, Saturday has a strong spiritual and world-wide influence on all the created creatures and they do feel it somewhere deep in their minds and hearts.

On these days, we have to be on the lookout and in this way we have the responsibility of inviting the outsiders to the respect of these appointed days according to the calendar. Moreover, even the fake holidays can also be used, in a wise manner instead of immediately destroying them in the eyes of those who still respect them. Since for them, these false days (sunday, Christmas, etc.) are holidays when their hearts are more open than usual the same way so that they can eventually better receive the Gospel.

What’s wrong with Sunday

Let us emphasize that Sunday, the first day of the week, Yom Echad, is a very special day and is almost as important as Saturday. Why? Because on this day the Almighty began his work of creation. On this day, Elohim brought the Light, that means Himself as the Messiah, into the already fallen world languishing in chaos and darkness (Tohu VeBehu). Presumably, it was on the first day of a certain week (Sunday), that the same Light of the World was born into the visible world in the person of Yeshua of Nazareth. Also at dawn on Sunday, at the moment when the Sabbath changed to the next day, our Lord Yahushua HaMashiah rose from the dead and it was mainly later that day that the reality of the resurrection was perceived by the external witnesses. In short, without the day of creation, without the first day of the week, neither Saturday nor any other day of the week could exist. Both the creation and the new creation and even the gift of Ruach HaKodesh to the first disciples at Shavuot (Pentecost) began on this precise day which is the symbol of every new beginning. None of these events could have happened on any other day!

Despite all of these, neither Yahuwah nor the Messiah nor the Holy Spirit ever revealed to anyone that we should switch from Saturday to Sunday.

Why do many still consider Sunday more important then?

Because the disciples gathered on the first day of the week, as we read in the Book of Acts?

  • Yes, as they gathered on all the other days of the week as well. Furthermore, we read that they appeared among their traditional Jewish brothers in the synagogues on Saturdays.

Or because we also read that Paul collected the donations on the first day of the week?

  • Well, fom a Jewish perspective, this is exactly the proof, that sundays were not considered as holy by the first disciples, since we do never deal with money or any other material things on a holy day. The collection of donations is the symbol of the beginning of the work. Capital is collected so that it can be distributed, so that it can be used for service, for ministry that is to say for work.

In my own native language for ex., which is Hungarian – although you might have noticed that my accent seems quite frenchy for a Hungarian guy, but let’s not get into my difficult past so we avoid complicating things even more – but in Hungarian Sunday is Vasárnap which is a derivation of two words: Vásár meaning market or marketplace and Nap that means day and sun. So here we can also figure out that the first day of the week is far from being sanctified but rather the day of the market, when we buy the food we need for the following week so that we can start our new journey equipped with all the energy we need.

After his resurrection, our Lord appeared to the disciples, symbolically on Sunday, because a new beginning was opened before us, and not to designate another day to be observed above the others according to a new Pharisaic order. This is what the traditional Jews do with the Sabbath to this day. They are perceiving the law of Shabbat from bellow being themselves still under the law. So they are constantly suffering in order to respect all the regulations (mainly since they have added all the Babylonian extra judaic stuff to it, but this is not the subject of this article).

The law remains the law, Yahushua himself did not change a single iota, that is, he did not even touch the smallest letter, so even less did he replace a whole word such as Shabbat to transcribe it into Yom Echad! But by entering into His body, we entered an eternal Sabbath-rest, where we live the holiness of this day in all moments and for ever. The traditional Christians made a “restless” Sunday out of the traditional Jewish “restless” Sabbath, that is, by declaring that a particular day is chosen above the others, and moreover, their choice did not fall on the original one. Moreover, they are doing all of this on the basis of what Paul declared that we should no longer worry about the designated calendar times and days. This phenomenon is nothing more than the preservation of Pharisaism mixed with the distortion of the law. Double mistake! …the secret power of lawlessness is already at work… 2Thessalonians 2:7

Just like in the case of Yeshua’s birth, Elohim did never ask anyone to celebrate his resurrection or the sending of His Spirit on any particular day of the week in replacement of the Sabbath.

Are Sunday-keepers wrong?

Yes, of course! Why?

Because they do not understand and recognize what had just been explained above. But most of all

in most cases, their Sundays are just the remaining wild shoots of an unweeded catholic root.

And that’s basically the biggest problem of all! It is not a matter of some believers coming together on this day. But then, why did other groups and churches not choose Wednesday, Thursday or any other day? Not for youth-gatherings or other special occasions, but for their worships? If the day is not so important, then why this exclusivity around Sunday?

They do not even recognize that still not having reconsidered the question of the weekly resting day since the beginning of the reformation, they are still perpetuating the constantinian rebellion, which intended to “de-Judaize” the newly adopted state religion together with changing the times, dates and the Names.

The proof of what the cult of Sunday is really about and what its roots are can be found in the English and German languages themselves: Sunday – Zontag

The Latins having had enough intelligence, or rather cunning – since they were the initiators of the terrorist attack of Constantine the “great” – to create a new name for the first day of the week which is derived from the word Lord: Domenica/Domingo/Dimanche).

The roman empire of the time had to preserve many pagan traditions, gods and feasts so that the the pagan masses living among them would not rebel against the new order. It’s all about politics. This is how the holy day of the Sun God (Sunday – Zontag) had taken over Elohim’s original Sabbath. The same occurred in the case of Christmas, Easter and all the feasts of all kinds of saints.

Thus, it is important for us, disciples of a certain spiritual age in the Messiah, to remember that obedience does not consist in making Elohim accept a distortion of human or even demonic origin so as not to upset the spirits and keep the herd together, but on the contrary

it is up to Man to comply with the rules established by Yahuwah. Those Rules that became flesh in the Messiah and that are fulfilled in us by the Holy Spirit.

But again, no longer by letters from tablets of stone or texts printed in books, but by the engraving of the tongues of fire in our hearts, when we feel inside that the mere thought of accepting the Sabbath as a separate day brings peace in us and this without feeling obliged to crawl on the ground as a sign of submission or to bind my hands and feet in order to ensure total respect for the commandments. On the contrary, we feel and experience this kind of freedom when we know that we can and must also heal people like Yeshua did, or even get into a car and drive a few kilometers in order to pull a donkey out of the well, because that is the moment he needs it.

We can experience this feeling of freedom any day of the week.

If I am obedient to the laws that Ruach HaKodesh has placed on my heart and expects from me in accordance with my maturity, in accordance with my spiritual age, I do not have to think about what I should or should not do on this day – just like on the others. The law lives within me, and if I am obedient to it, whatever I may do, I will not break it, for I will not have the desire or thought of doing what is unholy.

From now on, no one should want to transfer anyone from the slavery of the original Saturday to the slavery of a false Sunday, because such a person would have understood nothing of the leading of the Holy Spirit and what it is all about to be a born-again or being an adult in the spirit. Don’t lie to yourself with theological ramblings and especially don’t defile the Holy events that happened on the first day of the week by imposing your new and counterfeit Pharisaism on yourself, on other people or even on the whole world.

Some thoughts about Shabbat-keeping churches

One shouldn’t think that returning to the Sabbath makes you an extra-Christian or ensures your Salvation in itself. Unfortunately, it is very sad that the majority of the Saturday-keeping churches do simply restore this Commandment in such a Pharisaic level of mind that the lack of spiritual content not only renders their efforts and reforms futile, but also makes them even greater enemies of the restoration of the true Sabbath than the Roman Church itself and the other supposedly reformed little Vaticans with all their false Sundays and feasts.

Very often, the sunday-keepers are literally condemning and it is made a question of salvation if someone insists on keeping Sunday, even by ignorance. I emphasize that ignorantly. In my opinion, having been enlightened and still rebelling against it can indeed lead to the loss of salvation (like any other conscious rebellion). But the majority of believers are merely misled and in the absence of spiritual vision – as their rebirth is either hindered or at least overshadowed by some kind of pastor or other person called a teacher – the misled does not even realize that he is acting against the will of Elohim. Condemning the ignorant is a more serious version of the crime of condemnation itself.

Meanwhile, instead of being filled with the Holy Spirit, these communities idolize their own church founders together with their own theologies, and the lack of the leading of the Holy Spirit has in some cases led them all the way back to openly Christless rabbinical Judaism. This is what happened in Transylvania in the last century, where some believers were finally executed in gas chambers along with the genuine Jewish people.

In several cases, however, their path does not lead to Judaism, but to a state of marginal sectarianism similar to Judaism, where the rank of the Messiah Yahushua is questioned and degraded, and he who is the Creator is belittled to the rank of simple creature. Furthermore, they fall into a certain type of replacement theology by starting many times to deny the Judaity of today’s Jews, that is, open anti-Semitism.
The promotion of Khazarian theories, etc., which theory may be true anyway, but in this case the outcome of the matter will surprise many, as it would not mean at all that we, Ashkenazi Jews, are not the descendants of Jacob, even if we have actually made a little tour of a few hundred years in an area called Khazaria. But I explain this in more detail in my writings on The Gathering of the Tribes of Israel of Anti-Semitism and anti-Christianity.

So it is a basic phenomenon of today’s Sabbatist trends that they quickly move in the direction of Judaism, where the emphasis is on the appliance of the law to the letter, while the Messiah is lowered, and the Ruach HaKodesh can only be imagined in theory.

It also develops into a kind of Unitarianism when they begin to deny the reality of Elohim’s threefold appearance.

The falsity of the doctrine of the Holy Trinity, which seeks to multiply the person of the One Elohim, unfortunately leads many to the denial of the Triple Holiness of Elohim: the three main roles and forms of appearance as the Father, the Son and Ruach HaKodesh. Sooner or later, a very large number of Sabbatarian start to question the divinity of the Messiah. This is when they declare that Yeshua is a creature or even identify him with the archangel Michael. (More about this in my article/video Holy Trinity or Triple Holiness?). And concerning Michael, briefly: he also certainly appeared in human form and all signs point to the fact that he was none other than Moses himself – the other archangel Gabriel being presumably Eliyahu and John (the baptist), but you can learn more about this from my writings TERUMAH and B-Reshit / B-Beginning / B-Plan.

The point is that here, as in so many other cases, one false extreme drives those who realize that there is something wrong with the previous explanations or theories to another equally false extreme.

I mention these cases so that we can see that although it is very good and necessary to return to Jewish roots, a part of which is Shabbat, but

if all this is not done in the Messiah, through the guidance of Ruach HaKodesh and our rebirth,

then we go back under the law according to the letter, which sooner or later is going to kill us. In that case, I dare say, that it would have been better for such a person not even having come out of Egypt or Rome with all their false Sundays.

Both camps have serious issues to settle. The Saturday camp’s distorted testimony about Saturday is responsible for the fact that so many people still go on with their Sundays. However, the majority of people born again and filled with Ruach HaKodesh still refuse to settle this issue and give up their Sundays. Even among religious, non-born again and non-spiritually filled believers, many try harder to observe the laws that the Holy Spirit would like to operate in you too, if you would finally let him do his job! In the first camp, they gradually sink into their pharisaism, and in the second, sooner or later they end up grieving the Holy Spirit.

True and effective Reformation

We have to accept one fundamental truth

any reform can only come through the Holy Spirit.

Only things that have been burned into your heart are to be considered as real Reforms and not those good intellectual and theological ideas that can pop out of your mind or because you read it in the Bible ?

The question of whether we have the Holy Spirit or not?

If we do, did the Holy Spirit already express His will about this matter or any other matter in our personal life?

If so, do we obey Him?

If not, then let’s make the right decision and not rebel any longer.

If you don’t have the Holy Spirit yet, let’s ask Yahushua for the recognition of your sins, so that you can repent, get baptized with water and then with Fire. Otherwise you’ll go on wallowing in lukewarm and empty religiosity.

You can keep Saturdays this way, even study the Scriptures dressed in white kippahs and clothes, discovering many truths, but you are unable to live the Truth, because it never gets from your head into your heart.
But if you already have the baptism of fire, then urgently give up all your infantile rebellion and finally grow up, because you are in great danger!

Once again, my own testimony: the discovery that Yahuwah is His name was not made by researching in the scriptures, but was revealed by Ruach HaKodesh through my own mouth, after I asked Elohim to reveal to me the way He would like me call Him in the future. Others come to this conclusion after long and convulsive studies of the Scriptures. In many cases, with the help of all kinds of non-biblical writings, such as apocryphal books. What’s the difference between the two? In the first case, the Living Messiah declares out loud, in tongues, what his will is. But in the other case Truth is discovered using scribe (and Pharisee) methods and arises from the dry letters which never become life in them.

First, we should always go to the Messiah and ask him personally what his will is, even by confirming the written Word. But first we should surrender our lives to Him. He also reminds us from within of what stands in the Writings. You often receive a word in your heart in this way, which you might only read later and realize that it had already been written in the Bible a long time ago. Many times, the Word confirms what you have already received in your heart.

So let us choose the Wholeness offered by the Messiah, since it is free and its reward is Eternal Life.

From there it is up to us how much we empower the Holy Spirit to do His sanctifying work in us according to His own will and schedule. Let’s not blame Satan and foreign spirits if we get stuck in a certain spiritual level, since we are the only ones responsible if we empower these to stop us.

Behind Sunday-keeping, the same demonic powers are hiding as behind superficial Saturdays lived in the traditional way.

These are the kinds of Saturdays that Yahuwah hates, and even more so in the case of Sundays

Will it be a watershed issue of the end times?

The Antichrist – not after his appearance, since he is already in the world and we can know who he is very precisely – but when he enters the scene and takes power over the world, will, among other things change the times. This had already been greatly fulfilled by the Roman Church and its leader, one of the main foreshadows of the antichrist, Constantine the “great”, precisely and among other things in the conversion from Shabbat to Sunday a few centuries ago.
However, some Christians think this prophecy is going to be fulfilled in the last times by forcing the worship of Sunday, while others, from the other camp, actually think the opposite and that the Antichrist will impose everyone to come back to the Sabbath. Whether he will choose between the two at all, I cannot predict. As I mentioned, the antichrist spirit will have already made this modification two thousand years ago. If, however, and as a confirmation, the Antichrist were to make a particular day mandatory, it would not be the mark of the beast in itself, but at most a part of it. (so that our Adventist friends understand the matter). But here as well, the question will not be whether his choice will fall on Saturday or Sunday, but the problem will be to turn everything to the level of formality and superficiality, beyond the fact that he will exalt and set himself up in Elohim’s temple, proclaiming himself to be Elohim instead of Yahuwah, and the Messiah, instead of Yahushua.

But let’s not fool ourselves. It is not primarily the Antichrist that we need to fear.

Persecution will not mostly come from outside, but from those whom we may still consider our brothers today.

Those who, instead of the model of the original Church, follow and offer other alternatives. Those who either see their salvation in the Law, or by denying them while claiming to have Ruach HaKodesh, are simply trampling on the very order that is the essence of the Holy Spirit, and who thus essentially are blaspheming Him. These phenomena must be feared, because they kill on a spiritual level and from within.

Let us be brave enough to keep on with the work of Ruach HaKodesh, even if we cause division in our communities, even if the two camps just mentioned, the two extremes will curse you. Pharisees will accuse you of being libertine and the lawless ones will accuse you to be legalistic. This is natural and be happy as long as you hear these from both sides, because this is a sign that you are on the right track.


reformation must continue until we return to the model of the first and true Church described in the book of the Acts of the Apostles.

We do not carry out this reformation by ourselves, we are only its instruments. Above all, no one should declare that he brought the last reformation to the world, no matter how great his ministry really is and being and example to be followed, because the last one will only be carried out by the Messiah himself when he returns. From our side, we have to constantly work on the following question, we must always seek to fulfill the Next Reformation at our human level. We should be more careful when choosing the names of our ministries, since the spoken word has its weight in the spiritual realm and we can easily mislead ourselves by thinking that after what already happened, no further change or restoration is left to be carried out. We can curse ourselves and prevent the sanctification process to go on. This is not a game. We simply have to let Ruach HaKodesh do this work, primarily within ourselves. The only thing that Elohim expects from us is to accept it in obedience, when He prompts us to change from within and to courageously take every steps when He tells us that the time has come.

The wicked flee though no one pursues, but the righteous are as bold as a lion.

Proverbs 28:1

See also: Prophet Ezekiel’s Message for Christmas, New Year’s Day: When the Messiah was born!


Shavuot – Pentecost

Shavuot – Pentecost

And when the day of Pentecost was fully come, they were all with one accord in one place. And suddenly there came a sound from heaven as of a rushing mighty wind, and it filled all the house where they were sitting. And there appeared unto them cloven tongues like as of fire, and it sat upon each of them. And they were all filled with the Ruach HaKodesh, and began to speak with other tongues, as the Spirit gave them utterance. Acts 2:1-4

Yahushua’s promise fulfilled

After the resurrection of Yahushua, he appeared to his disciples for 40 days at the time of the Counting of Omers before returning to the Father. As promised, the time for the arrival of the Comforter was approaching. As our ancestors waited for the return of Moses in the wilderness of Sinai and at the foot of the mountain sometime in the 3rd month after the Exodus from Egypt, with the Promises written on the stone tablets, in other words the Commandments, the revelation was in the midst of great winds and flames. Similarly, our first brethren were filled with the Holy Spirit with the rise of wind and tongues of flame.

The Feast of Shavuot, according to the command of Moses, is about setting aside the first fruit of the harvest and presenting it, as we read in Exodus 34. On this Jewish feast the first disciples gathered in the upper house in Jerusalem. Jews and proselytes from all over the world gathered for this pilgrim’s holiday.

One of the prophetic deeds of rabbinic Jewry was to transform it into the Feast of the giving of the Torah in addition to the original presentation of the first fruits, because in exile, in the absence of the right to own any land for Jews, the presentation of the first fruit of the harvest simply lost its meaning. Only the Torah, as the spiritual first fruit that had been given to our people, could be at the center of the celebration. Shavuot’s date indeed seems to coincide with the revelation at mount Sinai.

However, instead of two stone tablets, the cloven or divided tongues of fire appeared to the disciples. The double or distributed tongues of flame are also reminiscent of the two stone tables. Although here in Acts the author mentions the fulfillment of a certain prophecy in Joel 3, here another great and important prophecy has been fulfilled as well:

Behold, the days come, saith Jehovah, that I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel, and with the house of Judah: not according to the covenant that I made with their fathers in the day that I took them by the hand to bring them out of the land of Egypt; which my covenant they brake, although I was a husband unto them, saith Jehovah. But this is the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel after those days, saith Jehovah: I will put my law in their inward parts, and in their heart will I write it; and I will be their Elohim, and they shall be my people. Jeremiah 31:31-33

Above, I mentioned 10 Promises instead of 10 Commandments. Indeed, a very important element can be found in the way the 10 Commandments have been formulated. I am talking about the future tense in which the 10 verbs of the 10 sentences are conjugated. All the commandments begin as follows: You shall/will not… kill, steal, commit adultery, worship idols, etc.…

At first glance, it may seem like just a stylistic twist and nothing strange can be noticed in it. Like our predecessors at the time, we instinctively interpreted them as being rules to be observed and that’s it. And this is okay, because this dimension of interpretation was also in the will of Yahuwah. They were given to us to be kept and respected. But they were also given to us so that we realize that we are not able to keep them without the help of Elohim and His Spirit.

The use of the future tense has a very deep spiritual meaning and it is a sign that the Commandments, no matter how compulsory they were, would one day work in us by themselves. It was a sign of the time to come, which pointed to the promise of Jeremiah that we had read earlier. It will not be that you will hold back and do not commit sin because you know the Commandments, but you will not wish to bear false witness, kill, commit adultery and the rest, for you will no longer want or need to do so. You will no longer be under the rule of yourself or any other alien spirit. You will not live according to your human instincts anymore. Your old man will no longer be the boss in your life and you will not be dragged by demons from within, but by the Messiah living inside of you. You will be free from sin, so you will no longer break the law and will be free from the curse of judgment which stems for breaking it.

Violation of the law can no longer occur from this moment if one remains obedient to the Spirit of the Messiah living in him. This is what the fulfillment of the law in the Messiah is all about. His spirit moves into us, we are born again by the baptism of fire, and observing the Law becomes an instinct, an impulse, an irresistible inner compulsion to which is no longer hard to obey. Not because we expect any reward from this, since we have already received the ultimate and total Reward through the blood of the Messiah, but because it is good to do good to the other, to do with our neighbor what our Yahuwah would to do with them, in short, to love Him and our fellow humans.

Once the 2 Commandment of Love is engraved in our hearths, we can no longer contradict either the 10 commandments or the further practical 6-7 hundred decrees.

When the commandment of loving our Elohim and our neighbor come to life in us, backwards each commandment will automatically and instinctively work in and through us outwards. This is how love delivers us not from the Law but from the judgment that its violation implies.

It is no longer a question that I go to my neighbor when he is in trouble and lift his lying donkey (that is, his life, existence, broken property, car, etc.) together with him because I will not be able to bear the sight of others being hindered and in troubles. I will do my best to move them on with these. There is no question anymore if I harm someone, I will then repair my fault by restoring the thing to the latter while adding a fifth as a sign of compensation showing humility and remorses.

The previous prophecy, on the other hand, is continued and also fulfilled when we are filled with the Holy Spirit and become mature men in spirit:

No longer will they teach their neighbor, or say to one another, ‘Know Yahuwah,’ because they will all know me, from the least of them to the greatest,” declares Yahuwah. “For I will forgive their wickedness and will remember their sins no more.”

Jeremiah 31:34

Signs and miracles then and now

The outpouring of the Holy Spirit was followed by signs. They prophesied and spoke in tongues. However, all this was due to the fact that the Holy Spirit moved into them and the process of sanctification began. The 2 Commandments of Love, which are the sum of the 10 commandments, which are themselves the summary of the so-called 613 mitzvot began to be engraved into their hearts.

As a result, their vision was purified, their thoughts were less and less under the influence of flesh and soul and the working law, the Living Word that resided in them, resulted in prophetic vision. Here, their tongues began to utter what their hearts were filled with, that is, a degree of holiness that human languages are not able to express.

It is not a question that these kinds of Spiritual manifestations are no longer needed today, because book printing…, the Bible into our pockets… and other arguments. It must be recognized that today’s over-educated humanity blinded by all kinds of sciences and philosophies and which considers itself highly informed and intelligent, is less and less likely to be convinced of the need for a Savior even with the best arguments in the world about the veracity of the Bible. Today more than ever, the world is in big need of signs and miracles. We must ask Yahuwah for them every day. May we speak tongues purely and may we even more prophesy and may we even more heal and deliver the sick and captives for these are what we disciples are seriously lacking today. We must ask for these to come and work and to ask it without doubting.

Let’s not stop at the level of the pentecostal manifestations of the Spirit but let’s go further without neglecting them by imploring Yahuwah so that the signs He has promised us will also accompany us wherever we go:

And these signs shall accompany them that believe: in my name shall they cast out demons; they shall speak with new tongues; they shall take up serpents, and if they drink any deadly thing, it shall in no wise hurt them; they shall lay hands on the sick, and they shall recover.

Mark 16: 17-18

May all the four promises be fulfilled on this Pentecost in all members of the Body of the Messiah: the prophecy of Joel, Jeremiah, and the two promises of Yahushua. Following the gift of the Holy Spirit should all Its fruits also abound in our lives, as we have just read in Mark.

Now let us see how the Church should work according to Its original form: The Acts of the Disciples


Eternal Holidays

Eternal Holidays

The Feasts of Yahuwah in Yahushua

The clarification and restoration of the Feasts of Yahuwah as well as of His Commandments, are a very important part of the ministry of all who are of Jewish descent as disciples of the Messiah.

Many of those who carry the title of Messianic Jew are working to preserve and restore the original Jewish, more precisely the original biblical holidays. Some of us organize events, occasions, gatherings to traditionally celebrate these holidays.

These kind of events may also be of great significance and fruitful for some time, but

the perpetuation of superficial celebrations deprived of their spiritual content will sooner or later be more harmful than constructive.

As a disciple of the Messiah, what to do with these feasts ordained by Yahuwah, for Paul also questions and warns us on this subject:

But now that you know Yahuwah—or rather are known by Yahuwah—how is it that you are turning back to those weak and miserable forces ? Do you wish to be enslaved by them all over again? You are observing special days and months and seasons and years! I fear for you, that somehow I have wasted my efforts on you. Galatians 4:9-11

By these words of Paul, no one should feel free to go on celebrating all the pagan-rooted disgraceful pseudo-christian feasts imposed by time and the Greco-Roman imperial spirit on original and pure Christianity. It should be obvious to everyone that it is still better to keep the original, even if it is in a Pharisaic and religious way, than keep binding to the false ones in any way.

Of course, no one wants to return to their original roots in a Pharisaic and religious way, as Paul describes it. We will further explain what motivated Paul’s declaration, how he opposes the observance of the feasts, Sabbath days and years, and Jubilee years, while he himself worked to restore Yahuwah’s full and fulfilled Word.

How to celebrate the Feasts of Yahuwah then?

I have often heard believers express frustration because after their conversion and being born again, they were looking forward to the arrival of the biblical holidays and celebrated them with enthusiasm. However, over time, this enthusiasm gradually faded, giving way to some confusion in their minds. For many, this phenomenon creates a deep feeling of guilt, because they have the impression that there is something wrong on a spiritual level, sometimes going so far as to condemn themselves.

I myself have gone through this state. Especially after I settled my Jewish identity and returned to celebrating exclusively biblical holidays.

At first, I felt the same enthusiasm as I did during my childhood when celebrating Christmas and Easter, although I was still unaware of their falsehood.

Like most children, these festivals seemed like real miracles to me.

Following my conversion, I also awaited the arrival of these special days with great enthusiasm, looking after the dates and traveling to the synagogues of Budapest to celebrate the Feasts of Yahuwah with the local Jewish community. However, after a few years, I no longer felt like celebrating or going to synagogue, and I usually discovered the next day that I had once more missed another holiday.

Remorse quickly gave way to a feeling of comfort. Although I did not understand exactly what was happening, I felt that this feeling was not linked to disobedience, sin or any spiritual distortion for having become so indifferent to the holidays decreed in the Torah by the Eternal. Indeed, I was unconsciously beginning to experience what Paul was talking about to the Galatians.

I think that this initial feeling and this enthusiasm was completely appropriate, and it even helped strengthen my spirit and identity. However, it was necessary that this would not last for long, because I also evolved in this field.

Does fulfillment invalidate the Holidays?

I began to get a real answer to the question when a member of a church celebrating the Sabbath explained that they were celebrating no feast except of Shabbats and baptisms. In his church, it is believed that

when the Messiah was crucified, when the tapestry in the temple was split in two, all the biblical feasts were fulfilled,

so there is no need to keep them any longer. My eyes immediately flashed, though I felt that there were some mistakes and contradictions in what he was saying, yet I felt that the real answer to that question of the meaning of the holidays in the age of Grace should be something very close to this one. However, I indicated him the contradiction of their belief since all the holidays in the Bible are considered Shabbat by the Law. The day of the great atonement for exemple, Yom Kippur, in the Old Testament is mentioned as the Sabbath of the Sabbath. I don’t really understand why so much emphasis is often placed on weekly Saturdays, while other holidays are considered outdated? But this is not our topic for the moment.

The two dimensions of the Holidays

I asked Yahuwah that instead of wasting my time unnecessarily trying to solve the question with my own human tools, He Himself would open my eyes to what His feasts should mean to us believers, for the Word considers all Feasts to be eternal but again Paul seems to say something completely different. Why is it that before, during and after my conversion in my early years as a believer, it was so important for me to celebrate and today I don’t realy fell any enthusiasm anymore.

I soon received the answer, when

the image of the Holy Tabernacle in the wilderness appeared to me.

I recalled that members of the people only appeared at the outer court of the Temple during the High Feasts and the weekly Shabbat. They came here to meet and present offerings to Elohim. The members of the people came from outside, from the desert and appeared on the outer court at the entrance of the Sanctuary. This court was the place where they met the Levites who brought their offerings inside in order pass them on to the High Priest.

Considering that the Tabernacle is a foreshadowing of the Body of the Messiah and that we, the servants of the Messiah, are all like Levites of this Spiritual Sanctuary, Yahushua being the High Priest according to the order of Melkishedek, I understood that the meaning and the way the Holidays are perceived differs significantly between those who are outside from those serving and living inside. For outsiders, seekers, superficial believers, religious people, and those who still follow traditions, the appointed days, i.e. the Feasts, represent the rare times of the year when they can encounter and approach Yahuwah. These moments are crucial, because laws and traditions encourage them to go to the outer court on these particular occasions. The holiness of these days immerses them in a different and deeper state of mind, which brings them closer internally to their Creator. They are not an integral part of the Sanctuary, but they come and stand at the door, drawing near in spirit to their Savior. At such times, their ears and hearts are more open to Yahuwah’s word of calling and comfort. The fact of going to the places of worship to celebrate is already a spiritual preparation of rapprochement towards the Savior/the ultimate High Priest according to the order of Melchishedek. In the meantime, for those of us already serving within the Sanctuary

by our rebirth, we experience the essence and spiritual content of all the fulfilled holidays in every moment of our life.

We no longer need to look at the calendar and expect any spiritual boost or change in our own lives from the holidays and their observance.

These days, like the the Commandments, are fulfilled in us by the Messiah.

For outsiders, these days are the only ones when, drawing closer to the Body of the Messiah, they have the opportunity to take a look into the Sanctuary of which we, the Levites, are already permanent inhabitants. How could these few days still matter to us from our own point of view given that we have achieved the goal that these holidays were supposed to represent as a foreshadowing of things to come?

This is how we can understand Paul’s words when he rebukes born again believers because they put too much emphasis and expectation on keeping the feasts in the traditional way and did not understand their new spiritual significance and role from the inner side of the Sanctuary. They still approached the matter as outsiders and not as legitimate co-owners. In a word, the Galatians returned to religiously way of celebrating holidays, like traditional non-messianic Jews do. In a word, they returned to the demon of religiositiy.

The Feasts fulfilled in us by the Messiah

First, we have heard Yahuwah’s inviting voice at our own Yom HaTrua (Rosh HaShana). Then, after our withdrawal from Egypt and the sacrifice of the Lamb of Pessach, the Atonement, the ultimate Yom Kippur in our life, took place. Then we receive the Holy Spirit, the Comforter as the fulfillment of the feast of Shavuot, when the law is not engraved on stone tables anymore, but on the flesh of our hearts, the moment we can say: I no longer live but the Messiah lives in me.

There is only one holiday left, which is still in progress of fulfillment, the one of the harvest: Sukkoth (the feast of the tabernacle). This feast symbolizes our meeting at the Tabernacle’s court as Levites with those who are not yet members of the Body of the Messiah. Sukkoth is under fulfillment as we, the Levites are constantly offering new souls to Yahuwah as the fruits of our ministries.

I will talk about Purim, Rosh HaShana, and Hannuka in other teachings, since being non-biblical holidays or a misunderstood and modified version of it.

It is also necessary to mention a fundamental aspect of the significance of the feasts of Yahuwah and which will be the subject of another teaching, which is that

the key events in Salvation history have so far all been fulfilled in the visible world on a Jewish holiday.

Yahushua’s birth, death, resurrection, ascension and the gift of the Holy Spirit all were fulfilled on a Jewish Holiday. The next holiday to be fulfilled is Yom HaTrua (Rosh Hashanah by its Talmudic name, which is considered today as the Jewish New Year’s Day). This feast extends over two days, and it is linked to the prophecy of John as described in Revelation and 2 Thessalonians when the trumpet or shofar will sound and the Church (the Bride) will be raptured.

The Holy Tabernacle as a permanent and eternal Holiday

We who serve within His Body are constantly in the presence of Yahuwah and the High Priest serving above us is Yahushua. We also are temples ourselves, because Elohim is living in us by the Holy Spirit. Why would we need to pay attention to moments and calendars? Why do we feel the need to experience some extra blessing in our lives through celebrations? Is not the Spirit of the Savior dwelling in us? Have not all the promises contained in the Feasts been fulfilled in us? Anywhere, at any time, we can testify of our own conversion, our Yom HaTrua and our acceptance of the blood of the Messiah, Pessach after which our final settlement and atonement Yom Kippur led us to receive the ultimate guidance of His Spirit when Shavuot, Pentecost had been also finally fulfilled in our hearts.

We really don’t need to stick to the Feasts of Yahuwah according to their date!

Those who are inside and serve in the Sanctuary, the holidays are truly fulfilled and it is dangerous to think that dates and other literal ordinances can do us any further good.

The same is true here as with the Law. The Commandments help us remaining on the narrow path but they are not the goals anymore just signs, simple reminders.

Yet these holidays are eternal, even by date and calendar!

Another contradiction and again from Paul; but yes, only the dates are no longer important for the same people. They are valid and important on the time dimension because there are moments when outsiders bow to the entrance of the Sanctuary in greater number and more spiritually prepared. On these events, they can meet with us and Yahuwah. For us, holidays by date are an opportunity to serve, to testify, and to receive new brethren in a more intense way than on the other days of the year. Because for them who are living under alien spirit, these days mean more than the common days of the year. These days remind them that they can escape from the yoke of the lord of this world by turning back to the Father. Therefore, let us not offend them by not being available at the door when they are coming. But let us not think that these days have more significance for us than others,

for we are and must be in a state of eternal Holiday and eternal Sabbath.

Let us then observe the times and feasts, so that we can serve others and give them spiritual food. Let us make our testimony of what the essence of the actual Holiday is towards those who are not yet members of the Sanctuary, who are not yet Levites. But apart from the joy that the sight of the ministry and the birth of new lives can bring, let’s not expect anything else for ourselves since we already received everything, the most we ever could: His Grace and the Eternal Life.

Elohim gave the Holidays, as well as the Sabbaths to the world as eternal signs to remind everyone that He is the Creator, Savior, and Lord of the world.

We must respect and use these signs for the sake of others. On these days, the unredeemed one has the opportunity to get an insight in the Heavenly Sanctuary receiving an invitation to enter as well. It is a great opportunity for the Levitical priests who serve inside to make the invitation even more appealing so that they should accept it.

Let us celebrate with a child’s heart for the sake of children

As a family father, after a few years of latent celebration, I realized the importance of commemorating these occasions in order to fix them in the memory of my children. I realized it would be a very big mistake to deprive them of these, just because their parents had grown up in spirit.

The most powerful means of evangelism is to celebrate these days.

It teaches a kind of humility and respect to our children, lays the foundation for their faith and, in the case of Jews, establishes their identity. Here, we learn that in our rushed world, we need moments to stop and focus exclusively on Elohim and seek Him. As I also remember the feasts of my childhood, although most of them were false, they still played a very important role in seeking and recognizing the true feasts of Yahuwah and Yahuwah Himself.

These celebrations will be signs in the future life of my children, hopefully on their paths as disciples, on which they can rely and that will strengthen them and show them the right way.

However, they will sooner or later have to move beyond the surface of these signs.

It will not be enough for them to appear at the entrance 3 times a year on major holidays or weekly Shabbats, but as members of the Sanctuary, the essence of the feasts and Sabbaths must be engraved in their hearts to become permanent in them.

So let’s keep the holidays for the sake of the children, for those who are children by age, and also for those, although physically grown up, but who are still children in spirit or even not born again yet.

Jewish holidays – Signs/stages of the history of Salvation

  • Passover: The Crucifixion and Death of Yahushua. The sacrifice of the Passover lamb
  • Hag HaMatzot / Feast of Unleavened Bread: Burial of Yahushua
  • Bikkurim / Feast of Firstfruits: Resurrection of Yahushua
  • Shavuot / Pentecost – Feast of Weeks: Arrival of Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit)

These are accomplished.

  • Yom HaTrua / Day of Sounding of Shofars – (Rosh HaShana): The Rapture of the Bride
  • Yom Kippur / Day of Atonement: Israel repents and recognizes Yahushua of Nazareth as the Messiah
  • Sukkot / Feast of Tabernacles: Return of Yahushua HaMashiah – Gathering of the Remnant – the beginning of the Millennium.

Their fulfillment is coming soon

Change of schedule

The Jewish calendar would likely have been advanced by 3 months during the modern Roman exile. Hillel HaNassi, during the 4th century, apparently readjusted the counting of the months by moving it back three months. He would have done this, among other things, probably to adapt the dates of celebration of the festivals to the new climatic conditions of the European regions of our exile. The weather and climate variations experienced during the exile somewhat disrupted the original Jewish times, as the festivals are all linked to the cycles of agriculture. Indeed, harvest periods differ significantly depending on whether you are in Central Europe or the Middle East.

It should be noted that in the Middle East, the final stages of harvest last until the end of November, or even the beginning of December. Before the exile, how could the Jews have celebrated Sukkoth in late September-early October, when there was still plenty of harvest left until the end of November? In the rabbinical zeal of today’s Israeli Jewish community, this little contradiction is of course passed over in silence, and everyone turns a blind eye, because no one dares to contradict the centuries-old tradition according to which the series of autumn holidays falls at the beginning of autumn and not at the end. This is why the original calendar was not taken over, even though a large part of the population lives again in the Middle East, where the agricultural cycle ends again in mid-December.

Other sources also claim that this spirit which has always specialized in modifying dates, times and holidays, Catholicism and its representative, the pope of the time, would also have forced Hillel to remove 210 years from the original Jewish calendar original under penalty of being assassinated, he and his community.

If this information turned out to be true, and the signs of the times indeed seem to confirm it, then we would not be in the year 5784, as the official Jewish calendar states, but we would indeed have just entered into the 5994th year of world history. So we could see that the time is much closer than many are willing to admit.

Also read: Shavuot – Pentecost


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