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Messiah Was Born In September Not December!! by Highcuerayte: 5:20pm On Nov 12, 2015
Its all about Truth.

Most scholars agree that Jesus was thirty-three and one-half years old when He died at Passover (Abib). He, therefore, had a birthday six months earlier in the month of Tishri (September-October). This is the month in which the Feast of Tabernacles is observed. TABERNACLES - His Birthday Celebration!! Jesus Christ, Himself, once uttered a very profound, yet simple statement pertaining to the worship of our Heavenly Father in St. John 4:23,24: "But the hour cometh, and now is, when the true worshippers shall worship the father in spirit and in truth: for the father seeketh such to worship him. God is a spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth."

No sincere believer would deny that part of our worship of God should be in honoring the birth of His Son, our Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ. This glorious event, to all believers, is certainly the most outstanding manifestation in all human history of God's love toward man, His creation. Solomon tells us in his words to the wise, "To everything there is a season and a TIME to every purpose under heaven. A time to be BORN and a time to die . . . " Ecclesiastes 3:1-2. Jesus, therefore, had a specific time, both to be born and to die. In the case of His death, it was Passover; in the case of His birth, the scriptures indicate that it occurred during the Biblical festival of Tabernacles.

The following is a scriptural account of the birth of Jesus Christ. The reader is invited to examine and consider these facts very carefully: Luke (the Physician) has given us the most thorough birth record and declared that he "had perfect understanding of all things from the very first," therefore our source of information is reliable. It is necessary that we start with John the Baptist since his birth and that of our Saviour are so closely related. In Biblical days there were twenty-four priests, or governors, who served yearly in the temple, two for each month. (I Chronicles 24:7 - 10) Zacharias, the father of of J ohn the Baptist, was of the eighth course called Abijah. Luke 1: 5; 1 Chronicles 24: 10. So Zacharias' ministry in the temple was in the fourth month, Tammuz (June). (The first of the Jewish months is Abib, Exodus 12:1,2; 13:4.)

Immediately after those days in the beginning of the fifth month Ab, Zacharias returned home to Elizabeth and John is conceived in Elizabeth Nine months later in the next yeah he is born in the month Abib (near our March).

The Scripture teaches us that Jesus was six months younger than John the Baptist. Luke 1:26,36. Therefore, Jesus was conceived at the beginning of the eleventh month Sebat (JanuaryFebruary) and born nine months later in the month Tishri (September- October). From January to October would be a normal gestation period of 280 days.

The Feast of Tabernacles was celebrated annually during the month of Tishri. It was during this Feast that the Jews traditionally dwelt in booths made of tree boughs, etc., and gazed toward the east hoping to see the star, or phenomenon, that would herald the birth of their Messiah (Leviticus 23:34,41). The prophet Isaiah also bears witness to the occasion of the birth of Jesus Christ during the Feast of Tabernacles when he said, "They joy before thee according to the joy in harvest." Isaiah 9:3. This feast was in the fall of the year at the time of ingathering, or harvesting of all things out of the field (Exodus 23:16). Isaiah explains this joy in the sixth verse of this ninth chapter when he declared, "For unto us a child is born, and unto us a son is given indicating that the "joy of harvest" was actually the birth of Yahshua, Jesus Christ, at the time of harvest, or Ingathering.

Another small scriptural clue which has been overlooked and lends credence to this thought is found in John 1:14, which translated literally declares, "And the Word became flesh; and tabernacled among us," (Gr.-ho logos sarx egeneto, pai eskenosen en hemin.) Here we have a key which reveals to the alert eye that the time at which the Word was made flesh and tabernacled among men was in the Feast of Tabernacles (Isaiah 9:2,3).

So we see that it can be logically concluded that the date of the Nativity of our Lord Jesus Christ was undoubtedly during the Feast of Tabernacles in the Jewish month Tishri (SeptemberOctober), probably on Tishri 22, the great day and solemn assembly of the Feast (Leviticus 23:39; John 7:37). In this deduction, every event and circumstance seems properly reconciled. WHY NOT HONOR THE BIRTH OF OUR LORD AT THIS FEAST TIME?

Since God never changes (Malachi 3:6), this might well -tell us something about His second coming, also. "And his feet shall stand in that day upon the mount of Olives . . . and it shall come to pass, that all the nations . . . shall go up from year to year to worship the King, the Lord of hosts, and to keep the feast of tabernacles. " -Zechariah 14:4,16 (See Chronology)
Re: Messiah Was Born In September Not December!! by stteejax(m): 5:27pm On Nov 12, 2015
I dey come
Re: Messiah Was Born In September Not December!! by thorpido(m): 5:40pm On Nov 12, 2015
Yes He wasn't born in December but the celebration of His birth in December has come to stay.
It takes nothing away from the main purpose of His coming.

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Re: Messiah Was Born In September Not December!! by Highcuerayte: 5:55pm On Nov 12, 2015
thorpido:
Yes He wasn't born in December but the celebration of His birth in December has come to stay.
It takes nothing away from the main purpose of His coming.
but it denies he is the Messiah!
Re: Messiah Was Born In September Not December!! by thorpido(m): 6:07pm On Nov 12, 2015
Highcuerayte:
but it denies he is the Messiah!
How?

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Re: Messiah Was Born In September Not December!! by Highcuerayte: 6:41pm On Nov 12, 2015
thorpido:
How?
The Scripture provides the condition of the coming Messiah,his timing, life,death and resurrection.

Of his timing he was to be born during the feast of terbancle

Of his life,to be lived in accordance with the Mosaic law

Of his death should die on the Passover

Of his ressurection, spend three days and night in the heart of earth.

The Friday lie doesn't agree with this thus disqualifying Jesus as the Messiah.
Re: Messiah Was Born In September Not December!! by thorpido(m): 6:48pm On Nov 12, 2015
Highcuerayte:
The Scripture provides the condition of the coming Messiah,his timing, life,death and resurrection.

Of his timing he was to be born during the feast of terbancle

Of his life,to be lived in accordance with the Mosaic law

Of his death should die on the Passover

Of his ressurection, spend three days and night in the heart of earth.

The Friday lie doesn't agree with this thus disqualifying Jesus as the Messiah.
You're getting yourself confused.Is the problem with men who fixed the birthday in December or Jesus Himself Who never ordered that His birthday be fixed for December?
The most important thing is that Christ has come and fulfilled His purpose on the earth.Whether July or December does not matter as much.

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Re: Messiah Was Born In September Not December!! by Highcuerayte: 6:58pm On Nov 12, 2015
thorpido:
You're getting yourself confused.Is the problem with men who fixed the birthday in December or Jesus Himself Who never ordered that His birthday be fixed for December?
The most important thing is that Christ has come and fulfilled His purpose on the earth.Whether July or December does not matter as much.
You speak out of ignorance, I won't bother to enlighten you.
Re: Messiah Was Born In September Not December!! by vooks: 4:21am On Nov 13, 2015
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Highcuerayte:
Its all about Truth.


Most scholars agree that Jesus was thirty-three and
one-half years old when He died at Passover (Abib).
He, therefore, had a birthday six months earlier in
the month of Tishri (September-October). This is the
month in which the Feast of Tabernacles is observed.
TABERNACLES - His Birthday Celebration!!
Jesus Christ, Himself, once uttered a very profound, yet
simple statement pertaining to the worship of our
Heavenly Father in St. John 4:23,24: "But the hour
cometh, and now is, when the true worshippers shall
worship the father in spirit and in truth: for the
father seeketh such to worship him. God is a spirit:
and they that worship him must worship him in
spirit and in truth."


No sincere believer would deny that part of our
worship of God should be in honoring the birth of His
Son, our Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ. This glorious
event, to all believers, is certainly the most
outstanding manifestation in all human history of
God's love toward man, His creation.
Solomon tells us in his words to the wise, "To
everything there is a season and a TIME to every
purpose under heaven. A time to be BORN and a time
to die . . . " Ecclesiastes 3:1-2. Jesus, therefore, had a
specific time, both to be born and to die. In the case of
His death, it was Passover; in the case of His birth, the
scriptures indicate that it occurred during the
Biblical festival of Tabernacles.


The following is a scriptural account of the birth of
Jesus Christ. The reader is invited to examine and
consider these facts very carefully:
Luke (the Physician) has given us the most thorough
birth record and declared that he "had perfect
understanding of all things from the very first,"
therefore our source of information is reliable.
It is necessary that we start with John the Baptist
since his birth and that of our Saviour are so closely
related. In Biblical days there were twenty-four
priests, or governors, who served yearly in the temple,
two for each month. (I Chronicles 24:7 - 10) Zacharias,
the father of of J ohn the Baptist, was of the eighth
course called Abijah. Luke 1: 5; 1 Chronicles 24: 10. So
Zacharias' ministry in the temple was in the fourth
month, Tammuz (June). (The first of the Jewish months
is Abib, Exodus 12:1,2; 13:4.)


Immediately after those days in the beginning of the
fifth month Ab, Zacharias returned home to Elizabeth
and John is conceived in Elizabeth Nine months later
in the next yeah he is born in the month Abib (near
our March).


The Scripture teaches us that Jesus was six months
younger than John the Baptist. Luke 1:26,36.
Therefore, Jesus was conceived at the beginning of the
eleventh month Sebat (JanuaryFebruary) and born
nine months later in the month Tishri (September-
October). From January to October would be a normal
gestation period of 280 days.


The Feast of Tabernacles was celebrated annually
during the month of Tishri. It was during this Feast
that the Jews traditionally dwelt in booths made of
tree boughs, etc., and gazed toward the east hoping
to see the star, or phenomenon, that would herald the
birth of their Messiah (Leviticus 23:34,41).
The prophet Isaiah also bears witness to the occasion
of the birth of Jesus Christ during the Feast of
Tabernacles when he said, "They joy before thee
according to the joy in harvest." Isaiah 9:3. This feast
was in the fall of the year at the time of ingathering,
or harvesting of all things out of the field (Exodus
23:16). Isaiah explains this joy in the sixth verse of
this ninth chapter when he declared, "For unto us a
child is born, and unto us a son is given indicating
that the "joy of harvest" was actually the birth of
Yahshua, Jesus Christ, at the time of harvest, or
Ingathering.


Another small scriptural clue which has been
overlooked and lends credence to this thought is
found in John 1:14, which translated literally
declares, "And the Word became flesh; and
tabernacled among us," (Gr.-ho logos sarx egeneto,
pai eskenosen en hemin.) Here we have a key which
reveals to the alert eye that the time at which the
Word was made flesh and tabernacled among men
was in the Feast of Tabernacles (Isaiah 9:2,3).


So we see that it can be logically concluded that the
date of the Nativity of our Lord Jesus Christ was
undoubtedly during the Feast of Tabernacles in the
Jewish month Tishri (SeptemberOctober), probably on
Tishri 22, the great day and solemn assembly of the
Feast (Leviticus 23:39; John 7:37). In this deduction,
every event and circumstance seems properly
reconciled. WHY NOT HONOR THE BIRTH OF OUR
LORD AT THIS FEAST TIME?


Since God never changes (Malachi 3:6), this might
well -tell us something about His second coming, also.
"And his feet shall stand in that day upon the
mount of Olives . . . and it shall come to pass, that
all the nations . . . shall go up from year to year to
worship the King, the Lord of hosts, and to keep the
feast of tabernacles. " -Zechariah 14:4,16 (See
Chronology)
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Please,
Since Reformation and before it had been widely known that Jesus was born elsewhere and not in December. So this is stale news.

His date of birth is IRRELEVANT, it is an idle academic exercise and celebrating it is a mere Christian tradition which you may or may not partake in.

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Re: Messiah Was Born In September Not December!! by vooks: 4:25am On Nov 13, 2015
Highcuerayte:


The Friday lie doesn't agree with this thus disqualifying Jesus as the Messiah.
If you have a teachable spirit I can school you through the foolishness of denying Friday-death-Sunday-resurrection. Just request nicely and we will exorcise ignorance in seconds

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Re: Messiah Was Born In September Not December!! by thorpido(m): 2:38pm On Nov 13, 2015
Highcuerayte:
You speak out of ignorance, I won't bother to enlighten you.
Ignoramus speaking of ignorance.#ilaugh
You're giving so much attention to date of birth while ignoring purpose of birth.You are like those who Jesus described as spending much efforts to keep the outside of the cup clean while the inside is dirty.
Re: Messiah Was Born In September Not December!! by Highcuerayte: 5:15pm On Nov 13, 2015
vooks:

If you have a teachable spirit I can school you through the foolishness of denying Friday-death-Sunday-resurrection. Just request nicely and we will exorcise ignorance in seconds
Ooo.....lets see who is foolish:cool


Mods OAM4J
Re: Messiah Was Born In September Not December!! by Highcuerayte: 5:17pm On Nov 13, 2015
thorpido:
Ignoramus speaking of ignorance.#ilaugh
You're giving so much attention to date of birth while ignoring purpose of birth.You are like those who Jesus described as spending much efforts to keep the outside of the cup clean while the inside is dirty.
You are not worth my time. Meanwhile you can watch vooks and me as we discuss
Re: Messiah Was Born In September Not December!! by thorpido(m): 5:29pm On Nov 13, 2015
Highcuerayte:
You are not worth my time. Meanwhile you can watch vooks and me as we discuss
No intelligent person actually should waste his time with you.You thread and arguments are juvenile.
Re: Messiah Was Born In September Not December!! by vooks: 7:02pm On Nov 13, 2015
Highcuerayte:
Ooo.....lets see who is foolish:cool


Mods OAM4J
What is so foolish about Friday crucifixion?
Re: Messiah Was Born In September Not December!! by Highcuerayte: 8:00pm On Nov 13, 2015
vooks:

What is so foolish about Friday crucifixion?
You said denying Friday as the day Messiah died is foolishness, so I want you to say the wisdom in it
Re: Messiah Was Born In September Not December!! by Highcuerayte: 8:55pm On Nov 13, 2015
thorpido:
No intelligent person actually should waste his time with you.You thread and arguments are juvenile.
You are right,no intelligent person should, but spiritual person will do.
Re: Messiah Was Born In September Not December!! by vooks: 4:39am On Nov 14, 2015
Highcuerayte:
You said denying Friday as the day Messiah died is foolishness, so I want you to say the wisdom in it
Because Jesus died on Friday evening and resurrected on Sunday morning.
Re: Messiah Was Born In September Not December!! by Highcuerayte: 7:09am On Nov 14, 2015
vooks:

Because Jesus died on Friday evening and resurrected on Sunday morning.
Biblical proof that he did
Re: Messiah Was Born In September Not December!! by MuttleyLaff: 8:41am On Nov 14, 2015
Highcuerayte:
Its all about Truth.

Most scholars agree that Jesus was thirty-three and one-half years old when He died at Passover (Abib). He, therefore, had a birthday six months earlier in the month of Tishri (September-October). This is the month in which the Feast of Tabernacles is observed. TABERNACLES - His Birthday Celebration!!

Jesus Christ, Himself, once uttered a very profound, yet simple statement pertaining to the worship of our Heavenly Father in St. John 4:23,24: "But the hour cometh, and now is, when the true worshippers shall worship the father in spirit and in truth: for the father seeketh such to worship him. God is a spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth."

No sincere believer would deny that part of our worship of God should be in honoring the birth of His Son, our Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ. This glorious event, to all believers, is certainly the most outstanding manifestation in all human history of God's love toward man, His creation.

Solomon tells us in his words to the wise, "To everything there is a season and a TIME to every purpose under heaven. A time to be BORN and a time to die . . . " Ecclesiastes 3:1-2. Jesus, therefore, had a specific time, both to be born and to die. In the case of His death, it was Passover; in the case of His birth, the scriptures indicate that it occurred during the Biblical festival of Tabernacles.

The following is a scriptural account of the birth of Jesus Christ. The reader is invited to examine and consider these facts very carefully:

Luke (the Physician) has given us the most thorough birth record and declared that he "had perfect understanding of all things from the very first," therefore our source of information is reliable.

It is necessary that we start with John the Baptist since his birth and that of our Saviour are so closely related. In Biblical days there were twenty-four priests, or governors, who served yearly in the temple, two for each month. (I Chronicles 24:7 - 10) Zacharias, the father of of J ohn the Baptist, was of the eighth course called Abijah. Luke 1: 5; 1 Chronicles 24: 10. So Zacharias' ministry in the temple was in the fourth month, Tammuz (June). (The first of the Jewish months is Abib, Exodus 12:1,2; 13:4.)

Immediately after those days in the beginning of the fifth month Ab, Zacharias returned home to Elizabeth and John is conceived in Elizabeth Nine months later in the next yeah he is born in the month Abib (near our March).

The Scripture teaches us that Jesus was six months younger than John the Baptist. Luke 1:26,36. Therefore, Jesus was conceived at the beginning of the eleventh month Sebat (JanuaryFebruary) and born nine months later in the month Tishri (September-October). From January to October would be a normal gestation period of 280 days.

The Feast of Tabernacles was celebrated annually during the month of Tishri. It was during this Feast that the Jews traditionally dwelt in booths made of tree boughs, etc., and gazed toward the east hoping to see the star, or phenomenon, that would herald the birth of their Messiah (Leviticus 23:34,41).

The prophet Isaiah also bears witness to the occasion of the birth of Jesus Christ during the Feast of Tabernacles when he said, "They joy before thee according to the joy in harvest." Isaiah 9:3. This feast was in the fall of the year at the time of ingathering, or harvesting of all things out of the field (Exodus 23:16). Isaiah explains this joy in the sixth verse of this ninth chapter when he declared, "For unto us a child is born, and unto us a son is given indicating that the "joy of harvest" was actually the birth of Yahshua, Jesus Christ, at the time of harvest, or Ingathering.

Another small scriptural clue which has been overlooked and lends credence to this thought is found in John 1:14, which translated literally declares, "And the Word became flesh; and tabernacled among us," (Gr.-ho logos sarx egeneto, pai eskenosen en hemin.) Here we have a key which reveals to the alert eye that the time at which the Word was made flesh and tabernacled among men was in the Feast of Tabernacles (Isaiah 9:2,3).

So we see that it can be logically concluded that the date of the Nativity of our Lord Jesus Christ was undoubtedly during the Feast of Tabernacles in the Jewish month Tishri (SeptemberOctober), probably on Tishri 22, the great day and solemn assembly of the Feast (Leviticus 23:39; John 7:37). In this deduction, every event and circumstance seems properly reconciled. WHY NOT HONOR THE BIRTH OF OUR LORD AT THIS FEAST TIME?

Since God never changes (Malachi 3:6), this might well -tell us something about His second coming, also.
"And his feet shall stand in that day upon the mount of Olives . . . and it shall come to pass, that all the nations . . . shall go up from year to year to worship the King, the Lord of hosts, and to keep the feast of tabernacles. " -Zechariah 14:4,16 (See Chronology)

Its time to stop being a lazy poster & stop this habit of copying originals
(i.e. stop the duplicative publication of some ones work without giving credit where credit is due)

It's an abuse of another’s original work, lifting and pasting it here in toto without acknowledging source

I am pretty sure Robert Somerville (i.e. author of Feast of Tabernacles Messiah's Coming ''A Time To Be Born'') deserves a shout out on this your Nairaland thread & post
You didnt give a shout out to the real author of this article, you left him and/or the source, out in your post and make believe it is your own

''Its all about Truth.'' is the only thing in this post that is originally your own,
everything else (i.e. as in, word for word) is Robert Somerville's, the Director of Awareness Ministry.
SMH. Not cool bro.

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Re: Messiah Was Born In September Not December!! by MuttleyLaff: 8:41am On Nov 14, 2015
thorpido:
Yes He wasn't born in December but the celebration of His birth in December has come to stay.
It takes nothing away from the main purpose of His coming.
What else has to come to stay

thorpido:
You're getting yourself confused
I dont buy that the bro is confused

thorpido:
Is the problem with men who fixed the birthday in December
Yes, it is the problem with men who fixed the birthday in December.
It is misleading, and makes one wonder.
Why? What else, is misleading, what else is misinformation, what else is false infromation

thorpido:
or Jesus Himself Who never ordered that His birthday be fixed for December?
Exactly, as Jesus Himself never ordered that His birthday be fixed for December
What Jesus Himself, ordered, ONLY, to do, in remembrance of Him, is the partaking of the Last Supper

17Then he took a cup of wine and gave thanks to God for it. Then he said,
“Take this and share it among yourselves.
18For I will not drink wine again until the Kingdom of God has come.”
19He took some bread and gave thanks to God for it. Then he broke it in pieces and gave it to the disciples, saying,
“This is my body, which is given for you. Do this to remember me.”
20After supper he took another cup of wine and said,
“This cup is the new covenant between God and his people
—an agreement confirmed with my blood, which is poured out as a sacrifice for you.
- Luke 22:17-20

thorpido:
The most important thing is that Christ has come and fulfilled His purpose on the earth.
Whether July or December does not matter as much.
That fulfilled purpose on the earth, is Christ's sacrifice of Himself, once and for all, on the cross at Golgota or Calvary

vooks:
Please,
Since Reformation and before it had been widely known that Jesus was born elsewhere and not in December. So this is stale news.

His date of birth is IRRELEVANT, it is an idle academic exercise
and celebrating it is a mere Christian tradition which you may or may not partake in
Partaking of the Last Supper is the ONLY sacrament Jesus specifically adjured believers to do

Its ''The Last Supper'' (i.e. Holy Communion aka Eucharist)
which is the ONLY practice ordained by Christ to be permanently observed by believers
and not some man made practice of celebrating Jesus' birth or ''the remembering Jesus' birth'' tradition of men

We cancel what is glaringly evident in Luke 22:17-20, going in pursuit of Mark 7:13

And so you cancel the word of God in order to hand down your own tradition.
And this is only one example among many others.
- Mark 7:13

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Re: Messiah Was Born In September Not December!! by MuttleyLaff: 8:44am On Nov 14, 2015
vooks:
If you have a teachable spirit I can school you through the foolishness of denying Friday-death-Sunday-resurrection
This will be interesting to watch and read

vooks:
Just request nicely and we will exorcise ignorance in seconds
Sure hope you will dot all the i's and cross all t's whilst doing the exorcism

vooks:
Because Jesus died on Friday evening and resurrected on Sunday morning.
In light of the ''Destroy this temple, and I will raise it again in three days'' remark
how mathematically correct is this your ''Jesus died on Friday evening and resurrected on Sunday morning'' assertion

''We heard him say,
'I will destroy this Temple made with human hands,
and in three days I will build another, made without human hands''
- Mark 14:58

"Look at you now!" they yelled at him.
"You said you were going to destroy the Temple and rebuild it in three days.
Well then, if you are the Son of God, save yourself and come down from the cross!"
- Matthew 27:40

Note, I've deliberately left out Matthew 12:40, and for now, not referenced it.

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Re: Messiah Was Born In September Not December!! by MuttleyLaff: 8:55am On Nov 14, 2015
Highcuerayte:
Biblical proof that he did
Yeah, biblical proof and everything else necessary that Jesus died on Friday evening
Re: Messiah Was Born In September Not December!! by thorpido(m): 9:33am On Nov 14, 2015
MuttleyLaff:
What else has to come to stay

I dont buy that the bro is confused

Yes, it is the problem with men who fixed the birthday in December.
It is misleading, and makes one wonder.
Why? What else, is misleading, what else is misinformation, what else is false infromation

Exactly, as Jesus Himself never ordered that His birthday be fixed for December
What Jesus Himself, ordered, ONLY, to do, in remembrance of Him, is the partaking of the Last Supper

17Then he took a cup of wine and gave thanks to God for it. Then he said,
“Take this and share it among yourselves.
18For I will not drink wine again until the Kingdom of God has come.”
19He took some bread and gave thanks to God for it. Then he broke it in pieces and gave it to the disciples, saying,
“This is my body, which is given for you. Do this to remember me.”
20After supper he took another cup of wine and said,
“This cup is the new covenant between God and his people
—an agreement confirmed with my blood, which is poured out as a sacrifice for you.
- Luke 22:17-20

That fulfilled purpose on the earth, is Christ's sacrifice of Himself, once and for all, on the cross at Golgota or Calvary

Partaking of the Last Supper is the ONLY sacrament Jesus specifically adjured believers to do

Its ''The Last Supper'' (i.e. Holy Communion aka Eucharist)
which is the ONLY practice ordained by Christ to be permanently observed by believers
and not some man made practice of celebrating Jesus' birth or ''the remembering Jesus' birth'' tradition of men

We cancel what is glaringly evident in Luke 22:17-20, going in pursuit of Mark 7:13

And so you cancel the word of God in order to hand down your own tradition.
And this is only one example among many others.
- Mark 7:13
Purpose.................end of story.
Dates and time are for men(human beings).The bible says with God,a day is like unto a thousand years and a thousand years like unto a day.
Why sweating yourself over trivial matters and giving less attention to deeper things?

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Re: Messiah Was Born In September Not December!! by Highcuerayte: 9:34am On Nov 14, 2015
MuttleyLaff:
Yeah, biblical proof and everything else necessary that Jesus died on Friday evening
Give them
Re: Messiah Was Born In September Not December!! by Highcuerayte: 9:43am On Nov 14, 2015
MuttleyLaff:
Its time to stop being a lazy poster & stop this habit of copying originals
(i.e. stop the duplicative publication of some ones work without giving credit where credit is due)

It's an abuse of another’s original work, lifting and pasting it here in toto without acknowledging source

I am pretty sure Robert Somerville (i.e. author of Feast of Tabernacles Messiah's Coming ''A Time To Be Born'') deserves a shout out on this your Nairaland thread & post
You didnt give a shout out to the real author of this article, you left him and/or the source, out in your post and make believe it is your own

''Its all about Truth.'' is the only thing in this post that is originally your own,
everything else (i.e. as in, word for word) is Robert Somerville's, the Director of Awareness Ministry.
SMH. Not cool bro.


You are right it's not my post and I didn't have the intention to say so. Am a busy person and time is not easily sorted out, I read the post online and decided to post it here having the knowledge of these things by myself.

Sorry if the copying offends you.
Re: Messiah Was Born In September Not December!! by Highcuerayte: 9:47am On Nov 14, 2015
thorpido:
Purpose.................end of story.
Dates and time are for men(human beings).The bible says with God,a day is like unto a thousand years and a thousand years like unto a day.
Why sweating yourself over trivial matters and giving less attention to deeper things?
These are deeper things
Re: Messiah Was Born In September Not December!! by vooks: 10:10am On Nov 14, 2015
Highcuerayte:
Biblical proof that he did
Luke 24
Re: Messiah Was Born In September Not December!! by vooks: 10:15am On Nov 14, 2015
MuttleyLaff:
What else has to come to stay

I dont buy that the bro is confused

Yes, it is the problem with men who fixed the birthday in December.
It is misleading, and makes one wonder.
Why? What else, is misleading, what else is misinformation, what else is false infromation

Exactly, as Jesus Himself never ordered that His birthday be fixed for December
What Jesus Himself, ordered, ONLY, to do, in remembrance of Him, is the partaking of the Last Supper

17Then he took a cup of wine and gave thanks to God for it. Then he said,
“Take this and share it among yourselves.
18For I will not drink wine again until the Kingdom of God has come.”
19He took some bread and gave thanks to God for it. Then he broke it in pieces and gave it to the disciples, saying,
“This is my body, which is given for you. Do this to remember me.”
20After supper he took another cup of wine and said,
“This cup is the new covenant between God and his people
—an agreement confirmed with my blood, which is poured out as a sacrifice for you.
- Luke 22:17-20

That fulfilled purpose on the earth, is Christ's sacrifice of Himself, once and for all, on the cross at Golgota or Calvary

Partaking of the Last Supper is the ONLY sacrament Jesus specifically adjured believers to do

Its ''The Last Supper'' (i.e. Holy Communion aka Eucharist)
which is the ONLY practice ordained by Christ to be permanently observed by believers
and not some man made practice of celebrating Jesus' birth or ''the remembering Jesus' birth'' tradition of men

We cancel what is glaringly evident in Luke 22:17-20, going in pursuit of Mark 7:13

And so you cancel the word of God in order to hand down your own tradition.
And this is only one example among many others.
- Mark 7:13
Humanity as a matter of fact will develop behaviors and routines and habits and traditions. Traditions that void the word of God are the ones that conflict or contradict it, otherwise traditions can and have coexisted with the Word of God.

For instance,
Nigeria's traditional attire. Is it Christian to don it? The answer is simple; it is irrelevant.

What part of scripture does Christmas contradict?
I know you will say you are doing something nobody commanded. Very true but, did Jesus command Nigeria national garb?
You can do stuff never commanded with a clean conscience except they contradict or conflict with the express commandment

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Re: Messiah Was Born In September Not December!! by vooks: 10:17am On Nov 14, 2015
MuttleyLaff:
This will be interesting to watch and read

Sure hope you will dot all the i's and cross all t's whilst doing the exorcism

In light of the ''Destroy this temple, and I will raise it again in three days'' remark
how mathematically correct is this your ''Jesus died on Friday evening and resurrected on Sunday morning'' assertion

''We heard him say,
'I will destroy this Temple made with human hands,
and in three days I will build another, made without human hands''
- Mark 14:58

"Look at you now!" they yelled at him.
"You said you were going to destroy the Temple and rebuild it in three days.
Well then, if you are the Son of God, save yourself and come down from the cross!"
- Matthew 27:40

Note, I've deliberately left out Matthew 12:40, and for now, not referenced it.

My brother,
You need to ACQUAINT yourself with Biblical reckoning od days, which is as commonsensical as any other. Am about to show you an EXACT time period of 72 hours in the scriptures called FOUR days. Clock OK once ready wink
Re: Messiah Was Born In September Not December!! by MuttleyLaff: 10:50am On Nov 14, 2015
thorpido:
Purpose.................end of story

thorpido:
Dates and time are for men (human beings).The bible says with God,a day is like unto a thousand years and a thousand years like unto a day.
Non sequitur

thorpido:
Why sweating yourself over trivial matters and giving less attention to deeper things?
Exactly trivial matters of celebrating Jesus' birth
as opposed to giving serious attention to deeper things
like the partaking of the Last Supper command, which Jesus Himself, ordered, ONLY, to do, in remembrance of Him.
Re: Messiah Was Born In September Not December!! by MuttleyLaff: 10:50am On Nov 14, 2015
Highcuerayte:
Give them
That was I said, and am hoping he'll do in toto

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