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  • Hello, I would like either the address or email address of Howard Jacobson to explain to him how God taught me to read the Bible, because I’ve just seen on SBS TV, his documentary, CREATION. The first thing God told me to do years ago was to read the Bible over and over, so I read it a half-a-dozen times. Then a Christian prophet one night called me out to the altar and said, “God wants you to ask Him understanding of the scriptures”, and when I got home, I sat down waiting on God, and He told me to write this: “The Church is in Idolatry………it equates the Bible with my Son, who is, afterall, their only Saviour”, but then He proceeded to show me why EVERYONE is received into Heaven upon death. The answer goes back to Pre-history, and so I have compiled 27 pages of notes to explain it all. Could Howard Jacobson let me know if he would like a copy, not that it’s well written, but because it is different to anything that anyone else has written. Thankyou, Helmut.

  • I live in Australia and saw this week a doco with Howard Jacobson about Creation,
    perhaps four years old since shown in England.
    He went about asking different ‘experts’ their opinion about creation.
    What I say is that science and religion can only agree if they take Genesis 1 as
    the beginning of the universe, billions of years ago, and ‘a day’ as a sequence of
    events over that time.
    “These are the generations of the heavens and the earth when they were created,
    in the day that the Lord God made the earth and the heavens.” Genesis 2: 4
    A chosen people (Israel) came with Adam and Eve about six thousand years ago.
    At that time there were already millions of people in the world, besides animals
    and so on … … People in general were created at day six, perhaps many thousands
    or more, perhaps millions of years ago (?)
    Read verse one of the Bible, and afterwards, read the sequence of events.
    On day four God set the sun and moon in place, as well as the stars!!!!
    On day one God said: Let there be light. What light?
    God was, is, and is eternal. No rush to make everything in a week. Ha! to those
    who say so!!
    I love the Lord and am one of the ‘whosoever’ who are a chosen people since Christ
    died for the world. Before that, Israel held sole place. We come to Christ for
    salvation and eternal life. Christ our Saviour, Creator God, and Lord. Jacqueline

  • Forgetting that it was not a week which people/churches allocate to Creation
    but six days, I apologise. Certainly, God set aside the seventh day to rest
    from work and remember Him. To realise our spiritual side. A wonderfully
    important time.
    Yet, even in this, churches mainly hold to Sun day, that ancient pagan cast
    off day when the sun was worshipped!
    Saying that ‘the Lord’s Day’ of our Bible means sun day. It does not. Sunday
    the first day of the week is referred to as ‘the first day of the week’. The ‘Lord’s
    Day’ is referred to as ‘The Lord’s Day’ or sabbath.
    This day God knew would be forgotten. Therefore He commanded us to
    ‘remember’ the sabbath or seventh day as His rest day.
    The Law of God stands as given and for all time. One commandment cannot
    be changed. Satan/Santa – he has many names, has made a lot of changes
    to Biblical Word.
    My web site is: http://www.achosenpeople.webs.com and includes topics such as
    A Chosen People (home page), Seven Seals, Reign of Terror, God’s Plea, and
    the USA in Prophecy, if anyone wants to make comment.
    To Latter Day Saints I say: read 1Corinthians 15: 40-46
    To Jehovah Witnesses: read Leviticus 3: 17 and Lev 7: 25-27. The prohibition
    applied only to eating animal blood and fowl’s. It does not apply to humans. We
    don’t eat humans! What goes through the digestion into the stomach (Matt
    15: 17) whereas blood transfusions go directly to the veins and cells. Jesus
    gave His life/shed blood to save us. Eating blood is the thing not acceptable.
    To sunday-keepers: Romans 14: 5-8 who use this text as saying that the
    Law of God does not apply to sabbath keeping, I say, Paul here referred to
    the argument about eating or not eating food offered in sacrifice to idols.
    The Gentiles were offended because the Jews at such food. The Jews judged
    the Gentiles because they had no regard for the ceremonial/ordindance laws
    (no longer necessary after our Lord’s sacrifice). Both arguments were wrong.
    Paul’s councel to the Jews was that they ought not eat the food offered to
    idols if they were in the presence of those who thought it wrong.
    Paul made no directive about the sabbath here for he had no reason to do so.
    The Jew and Gentile both understood to maintain the Law of God and sabbath.
    For four centuries it was never changed to sun day rest, until Constantine and
    the Pope – and Satan, conspired to change it.
    What is sin. Sin is the breaking of the Law.
    The Pharisee leaders of course held the people under the old restrictions of
    the Law. These written in stone. Yet Christ writes the Law within the fleshy
    places of our hearts – inside us. Christ did not cancel the Law. He gave us
    His grace to maintain it. His Law of Grace covers a multitude of sins.
    Yes the Law stands forever. Christ came to wash away our sins, not the Law.
    See Isaiah 66: 23. Both Jew and Gentile are one (in Christ) and will come
    before our God in worship on His holy day hereafter. Amen
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  • Actually, the Royal Law was written in stone by the finger of God.
    This transferred to the fleshy tables of the heart for those who believe
    in our Saviour.
    It was the ordinance laws that were written in a book by Moses, and
    which no longer apply.
    Christ our sacrificial Lamb.
    Seems to me Mr Jacobson is his worst enemy if he does not believe
    in God. Or in Christ the Son of God, our Creator.
    I expect church doctrine turns lots of people away from the truth.
    Satan knows how to turn truth to shame, and even churches follow
    his lies.
    The New Testament (KJV) I trust and follow.
    Of course, the whole Bible is beautiful if understood. And interpreted
    in truth. History is important, yet Jesus is easier to understand, His
    very being humanised so that we can understand. Jacqueline

  • Life is short. This life that is. If we accept Christ than we may receive
    life hereafter, eternally. A life without sin, pain, death or sorrow.
    Love is God. God is Love.
    This ought to be our goal here in this time.
    Not riches, fame, beauty, health, good times, happiness, and so on …
    We are here to discover Love. With that, we find we can love others.
    Christ came to die in our place that our sins can be washed away.
    Why? So that we each may inherit eternal life. That we each may
    come to know God/Love. That we each may live a true life hereafter
    that we cannot even imagine in its perfection.
    Of course, I expect the majority do not care about the next life, and
    do nothing to expect one. They foolishly seek pleasure, success,
    selfish goals, money, position, and so on … which will end the day
    they die.
    We can be one with God/Love and one with each other if we choose.
    We have example of true living when we study Christ’s life. As well
    as the lives of His disciples. They chose death, poverty, hardship,
    scorn, suffering, lack, fear, hard slog, loneliness, imprisonment, etc.
    Each of us has a position mapped out by God, a purpose in life, not
    for our own benefit but for the good of all. Thankfully I suppose, this
    life is short. Therefore, we must not waste it on selfish living, egotism,
    rejection, lies, falsehood, etc, for we have but one chance and one life
    to live to serve our Creator.
    My web site is on webs.com and about achosenpeople

  • Jacqueline, I have a question for you. If I tell you that Jesus is, like, the best Jew ever, will you stop polluting our site with your drivel sermons?

  • If we accept Christ than we may receive life hereafter, eternally.

    There is no hereafter you haredi nutjob.

  • Polluting your web site? I did not see any other but one comment.
    It seemed a blank canvas, so I went for it.
    My mum was Jewish, dad Cof E and I am entitled to have an opinion
    anyway. Nut Job to some, maybe. Who cares!
    I love the Lord. I want to tell the world.
    I am 64 now and been a Christian for almost all that time.
    Jesus sure was a Jew. Everybody knows. No need to mention it
    as if nobody knows.
    As you know, Jesus came to die for the world. We all become
    Abraham’s seed in Christ. One people. I am one of the ‘whosoever’
    that John 3: 16 speaks about.
    Certainly I am not religious because I have found that most churches
    do not keep the sabbath. To me, as it should be, the seventh day is
    God’s given day of rest. We have this command at the very heart of
    the Law. The fourth one.
    Most protestant churches (as well as the RC ones) are anti sabbath.
    The Adventists hold to the seventh day, but then, they reckon the
    universe was created in six days!
    The main thing is, we ought to accept Christ’s death in our place.
    That is, believe in Him as our Saviour, Lord, Son of God, Creator.
    That is it. God bless, thanks for your kind input. Any more?
    Love, Jac

  • Jacqueline, you’re on a site called Jewlicious which may seem like a blank canvas to you but actually is part of a culture that precedes Christianity. In case your mother didn’t explain, the difference between Jews and Christians is pretty much along the lines of the difference between Jesus and Christ and everything that follows from that distinction and what men have made of that distinction.

    I am personally thrilled to no end about your devotion and self-assurance regarding Jesus as Christ, but you’re on the wrong site for that campaign. You are welcome to join the conversation but please stop with the proselytizing, it is tiresome.

  • Yes, perhaps it is best to get off this site.
    I don’t belong here. I wonder if Christ does?
    Tradition, as you maintain, means nothing.
    Love means everything.
    Tradition is an empty work if it leaves no place
    for self’-direction.
    The Holy Spirit is my guide. Of myself I am
    Tradition would have you standing there in
    judgment saying “Crucify Him.”

    Give no offence, take no offence.
    I wish you Love. Bye, Jac

  • Me again, in apology if I offended.

    I am not anti whatever. Except anti Satan, anti criminal, anti badness… …
    Yet I do think you all may have a chip on your shoulders.
    You have paid the price, over and over, for each disobedience.
    Now get on with living.
    You are each an individual. What you do as an idividual
    is what you each are held accountable for.
    I have found in most churches that I easily disagree with their dogmas.
    I have my own faith and beliefs. They take that as anti Christian. Yet
    it isn’t. I have been abused by pastors for my truth. eg: Sun day
    worship, the unforgivable sin, and so on. Much disagreement arises
    from an individual point of view. And I am not willing to follow their
    One thing I know, I will never give up my ethic because of their brow-beating.
    I have been baptized (full immersion) (don’t be obvious in wishing I had drowned)
    and have received the Holy Spirit. To go backwards and deny such would be
    the unforgivable sin.
    Jew and Gentile are supposed to be one. As the sand of the sea, so will be
    God’s people, even Abraham’s seed. One Law for all. One Saviour.
    The future is predicted to be east against west and is almost here. Armageddon.
    Rome called the great whore, who changed the Law of God; and Babylon also.
    Rome is THE world’s problem, not Israel.
    Yet, I married an Italian, and we manage to live in peace. So I cannot by your
    standard be called anti Catholic. I just disagree with their nonsense/lies.
    That is it. God bless, and may you each find the Way. Jac

  • Yet I do think you all may have a chip on your shoulders.
    You have paid the price, over and over, for each disobedience.


  • So I will lose all pride to awaken you to what lies ahead, rather than to
    look back. History will repeat itself.
    The ‘Mark of the Beast’ lies just ahead.
    A beast is both a religious and political power. The beast’s mark is sun day.
    Rome will rule the actions of governments into making sun day the
    one rest day for all by law.. Christendom will be identified in this mark.
    Where does that leave Israel? ‘Israel’ consists of all God’s people
    who maintain God’s Law of ten commandments, including the fourth
    Coming will be a change to the American Constitution, making sun day- keeping
    compulsory by law. This to be adopted by all of Christendom upon threat
    of death to all who do not give allegiance to such law.
    East against west the cause of such identity resolution.Those not so will be
    counted as traitors. And Satan laughs.
    As in the past, Christians were imprisoned for their resistence to
    such allegiance/Law breaking, kept in dark dungeons, tortured, killed, excommunicated – unable to trade or work for a living or to having social
    contact with others.
    Those were the Dark Ages, and what is ahead will be on a bigger scale.
    “And he exerciseth all the power of the first beast (Rome) before him, and
    causeth the earth and them which dwell therein to worship the first beast,
    whose deadly wound was healed.
    And he doeth great wonders, so that he maketh fire come down from heaven
    on the earth in the sight of men. (American fire power/weapons of mass
    And deceiveth them that dwell on the earth by the means of those miracles
    which he had power to do in the sight of the beast; saying to them that
    dwell on the earth, that they should make an image to the beast, which had
    the wound by a sword, and did live. (Rome’s power was curbed by the influence
    of the Reformation but – is growing more powerful/popular/accepted by the day).
    And he had power to give life unto the image of the beast, that the image of
    the beast should both speak, and cause that as many as would not worship
    the image of the beast should be killed.
    And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to
    receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads; (in all they do/work/
    and in all they believe/think).
    And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name
    of the beast, or the number of his name.
    Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast:
    for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred three score and six.”
    Rev 13: 12-18
    America will force its citizens to hold to sun day identification, and the
    Christian world governments will follow. Before the world war to be faced at
    the end, east against west.
    Sun day is Rome’s mark, for it was Rome that changed the sabbath to the
    first day of the week. Written in Latin on the Pope’s triple crown/mitre is
    the title ‘Vicar of the Son of God’
    V I C A R I U S F I L I I D E I
    So I do have something to say, for what lies ahead counts as a warning.
    We cannot change the past. We can change our attitude to what
    lies just around the corner. I think the Law of God would be worth dying for.

    5 1 100 – – 1 5 – – 1 50 1 1 500 – 1 = 666

    • It’s interesting to compare. Based on her diatribes, I think I prefer our fanatics to theirs but I’m not sure. Life would be so much simpler with less complex fanatics such as this one.

  • I go away to Berlin and what do I find upon my return?

    Jacqueline, the Sabbath is still the seventh day of the week for Christians. (Most calendar publishers acknowledge that.) Sunday therefore still remains to be the first day of the week and is meant to commemorate the day the Resurection Christians believe to have taken place on. The rest of your “theology” is equally ill-informed. Christianity – as well as Judaism and Islam – places a strong emphasis on community. You need not heed “nulla salus extra ecclesia” to understand that community life is a core condition of the Abrahamic religions, and just as little as religious services are only conducted by one person – the congregation is understood to be a vital part of the services – is it possible to create your own theology without alienating yourself from what is important to your religion. There’s a reason why the validity of a continual monastic / eremitic lifestyle as a contribution to the Christian community was highly debated at the time when it first sprang up.

    Oh, and don’t confuse mitre – the cloth-based, urn-shaped bishop’s head covering – and tiara – the (later three-tiered) papal crown. Paul VI donated his for the proceeds to go to charity, John Paul I & II never wore theirs, not even for their coronation, and Benedict XVI even had his personal papal crest changed so it’ll show a mitre reminiscent of John XXIII’s in place of a tiara.

    BTW, since you wish to abide by the law of god, bible up what it holds in store for aspiring prophets. cf. Lk 6:41f. || Mt. 7:1ff.

  • Dear Froylein,
    Am I speaking to a Jew? I don’t think in person I have ever spoken to one
    about religion!
    You don’t sound like one since you give the Christian view, of which I disagree.
    I have only kept going with this because I was so..o.o tempted by those one
    liners those young guys enjoyed so much.
    I don’t care what the Pope wears on his head. Call it what you like.

    The church of course tell you we celebrate sun day because of the resurrection.
    A lie given by Satan and everyone believes it!
    The sabbath of rest was given to recognise our Creator. It was a command.
    Sin is the breaking of the Law. By the Law we know sin.
    I am tired of giving this same argument but here goes: why break one Law
    while keeping the others? Break one Law and you are a Lawbreaker.
    And why do churches hold to sun day in celebration of the resurrection – on
    a weekly basis?? It is nonsense, and it is sin.
    Not my argument, but biblical truth.
    The Lord’s Day is the sabbath or seventh day. Sun day is referred to in the
    bible as the first day of the week.
    Saying the sabbath is still the seventh day does not mean Christians observe
    it as the Lord’s Day. They will tell you Sunday is the Lord’s Day.
    It is a tired argument. I note in the Jewish religion they maintain the true day
    of rest of the Law. So why are you telling me I am wrong?
    Satan would have us forget the Lord’s Day, and substituted his own.
    We deserve all the other crap he has therefore fostered upon us, for what
    goes around comes around.
    Santa is an anagram for Satan, and he laughs. It is such a fun day, like
    Halloween, easter bunnies, and a million other substituted crap.
    I will keep arguing if I get anymore one-liners. Your silence will receive its
    reward with mine.

    I’ll throw one in before those gay boys do … she said crap …

  • Your silence will receive its reward with mine.


    Indeed, why would it matter to you what the pope wears on his head? Oh wait, you used that in an argument above. But since you insist on keeping the law, please consider that bearing false witness, being judgemental, pretending to know god’s will etc. also are forbidden.

    And why do you use the internet on the Sabbath? Don’t you know that writing and the use of electronic devices are forbidden?

    BTW, the Sabbath was not commonly observed before the Babylonian Exile except by clergy, and afterwards it remained to be an upper class / ultra-religious thing to do. The story of the Sabbath tells us importance and observance grew in the diaspora when Sabbath observance became a vital part of religious identity and remembrance.

    As for one-liners, a short reply is not a one-liner. Your ruminating on the very same absurd ideas neither makes you appear convincing nor religiously educated. I could give a lengthy explanation of the difference between Saint Nicolas and Father Christmas, but your reaction to my explanation on papal head coverings shows you are not interested in discourse or learning.

  • Hi there,
    How’s is it going in sunny Manchester?
    I used to work at the CIS on the first floor.
    It was Manchester’s biggest building in
    those times.
    My two surviving sisters still live there,
    though my brother died ten years ago.
    My grandparents came from Germany
    and the Black Shirts burnt his chemist
    shop down in those cruel times (so I
    believe), so he earned a living with a
    market stall. His name was Biermann.
    I had Aunts Mary, Sarah, Uncle John
    (Joe), and mum Elsie.
    I lived at 6 West Burton St, Salford 5
    which has all been wiped out now.
    Best thing I ever did was leave home
    at 18 and migrate to Australia.
    Hope yous all are still your chirpy
    selves, with lots and lots to say!!!!
    Never mind. Jac

  • The silly season is upon us, when ‘Christians’ celebrate
    our Lord’s birth. Yet we know He was born no later than
    September (when shepherds watched their flocks by night).
    Out comes the Santas and all the gluttony, etc, etc …
    “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God,
    and the Word was God. The same was in the beginning
    with God. All things were made by him; and without him
    was not any thing made that was made.” John 1: 1-2

    God’s Son was our Creator and of our universe which began
    some 14-15 billion years ago. A created cosmic origin began
    when the universe erupted from an enormous energetic singular
    event, The Big Bang, spewing forth all of space and all of matter.
    All locations we now see as separate were the same location.
    Ten seconds after, it is calculated to have been 10 trillion trillion
    times hotter than our sun. With expansion, it cooled, beginning
    immediately, so that protons and neutrons formed. After three
    minutes, cooling to about a billion degrees, hydrogen and helium
    emerged along with trace elements of deuterium and lithium.
    Little else happened for the next few hundred thousand years other
    than expansion and cooling. Then neutral atoms formed and the
    universe became transparent. Instead of being filled with a dense
    plasma. The fog lifted.
    A billion years later, galaxies, stars, and planets began to emerge.
    Astronomers can see light that was emitted from galaxies and quasars
    just a few billion years after the big bang, using their most powerful
    telescopes. Today the universe is filled with microwave radiation at a
    temperature of about 2 .7 degrees above zero. On average in every
    cubic metre of the universe there are about 400 million photons that
    collectively compose this sea of radiation.
    Time is our fourth dimension: N – S, E – W, vertical, and time. Three
    in space (where) and one in time (when). E = mc2, Energy = mass
    multiplied twice by the speed of light (c2).
    The maximum possible speed is the speed of light, which is 186 miles
    per second, or about 670 million miles per hour. Fast enough to circle
    earth more than seven times in a second. There is no passage of time
    at light speed. Thus light does not get old. A photon that emerged
    from the big bang is the same age today as it was then.

    We rely on the stability of the universe, and trust this to be so. The
    laws that are true today were true yesterday and will be true tomorrow.
    This does not mean that the universe is static, for the universe changes
    in innumerable ways from each moment to the next. Rather, it means
    that the laws governing such evolution are fixed and are unchanging.
    This is described as symmetries of nature.

    “Grace be unto you, and peace, from him which is, and which was,
    and which is to come.” Rev 1: 4

    The Big Bang is the eruption of compressed space whose unfurling,
    like a tidal wave, carries along matter and energy even to this day.
    When no mass, such as a planet or star is present in space, than
    space is flat. Light travels at 300,000 kilometres per second. A
    light year is the distance light travels in one year. A galaxy can
    measure thousands of light years across and be millions of light years
    distant. By the force of the big bang, the universe is still expanding.

    If there was a reversal of this expanding, it would cause galaxies to
    become closer together; temperatures would increase, stars would
    disintegrate. In about 15 billion years, more than 100 billion galaxies
    would have been squeezed by a cosmic vice to astounding density,
    to the size of a lemon, a pea, a grain of sand, to the big bang.
    This is misleading because all of space has shrunk, so the big bang is
    not in space or universe. Instead, the big bang is the eruption of
    compressed space whose unfurling, like a tidal wave, carries along
    matter and energy even to this day.

    “And all the host of heaven shall be dissolved, and the heavens shall be
    rolled together as a scroll; and all their host shall fall down, as the leaf
    falleth off from the vine, and as a falling fig from the fig tree.” Isaiah 34: 4

    “But beloved, be not ignorant of this one thing, that one day is with the
    Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day. The Lord
    is not slack concerning his promise, as some men count slackness;
    but is longsuffering to us-ward, not willing that any should perish, but
    that all should come to repentance.
    But the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night; in the which
    the heavens shall pass away with a great noise, and the elements
    shall melt with fervent heat, the earth also and the works that are therein
    shall be burned up … Nevertheless we, according to his promise, look
    for new heavens and a new earth, wherein dwelleth righteousness.”
    2 Peter 3: 8-13
    “In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.” Genesis 1: 1

    This points to the beginning of our earth. In its early state the world
    was a dark place without form, and void. Without true shape, and empty
    or vacant. It was covered by water, and dark. It had been so perhaps
    for millions of years.
    Day 1 “And God said, Let there be light: and there was light.” v3
    We are not told where this light came from.
    Day 2 On day two the waters were divided so that there was firmament
    between the land water and the water in the air. This perhaps evaporation,
    steam, clouds, over time.
    Day 3 At day three, dry land appeared, and the ground waters gathered
    to become Seas. The dry land God called Earth and said,
    “Let the earth bring forth grass, the herb yielding seed, and the fruit tree
    yielding fruit after his kind, whose seed is in itself, upon the earth: and
    it was so.” v11
    Day 4 “And God made two great lights: the greater light to rule the day,
    and the lesser light to rule the night; he made the stars also.

    Here we find that God made the sun and the moon, besides all the stars
    in heaven! That must have been a very busy day (if as churches claim:
    a day is 24 hours).
    Day 5 God created sea life, such as whales, fish and all the other
    creatures of the sea. He also created birds and creatures that fly in the
    Day 6 God created beasts and cattle, and creeping things (such as
    weasels, mice, tortoise, ferret, lizard, etc. etc.) Then mankind.

    “These are “the generations” of the heavens and of the earth when they
    were created, “in the day” that the Lord God made the earth and the
    heavens.” Genesis 2: 4
    Adam and Eve we know were created about six thousand years ago.
    Not on day six.

    God created a chosen people, and the Bible gives their ancestry in
    Luke 3: 23-38 all sons of God.
    “But ye are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, an holy nation, a
    peculiar people; that ye should shew forth the praises of him who hath
    called you out of darkness into his marvellous light.” 1 Peter 2: 9

    The Bible concerns only the history of His chosen people. The day six
    people were already there well before Adam. Did not Cain fear being
    killed by ‘everyone that findeth me’ when cast out from the face of the
    earth, to the land of Nod, where he found a wife.
    So from Adam to Christ, God’s chosen people were exclusively Israel.
    “For as many of you as have been baptized into Christ have put on
    There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither bond nor free, there is
    neither male nor female: for ye are all one in Christ Jesus.
    And if ye be Christ’s, then are ye Abraham’s seed, and heirs according
    to the promise.” Galatians 3: 27-29
    So, after Christ came and died for the world, we are all one in Christ.

  • Christ was nailed to the cross at 9am and died around 3pm
    on Thursday afternoon of the 14th of Nisan in the
    year AD31 as the Passover lambs were being prepared for
    the evening feast, to be eaten with unleavened bread.
    (taking away of sin/leaven).
    Each lamb without blemish, a male of the first year, their
    blood poured out, without any bones broken. The Feast of
    Unleavened Bread the initial day to the seven day feast on
    the 15th to 21st.

    “Then certain of the scribes and of the Pharisees answered,
    saying, Master we would see a sign from thee. But he
    answered and said unto them, An evil and adulterous
    generation seeketh after a sign; and there shall no sign
    be given to it, but the sign of the prophet Jonas; For as
    Jonas was three days and three nights in the whale’s
    belly; so shall the Son of man be three days and three
    nights in the heart of the earth.” Matt 12: 38-40

    One day counted from 6pm to 6am evening/night, and from
    6am to 6pm morning/day.
    Thursday daytime 1
    Friday night 1
    Friday daytime 2
    Saturday night 2
    Saturday daytime 3
    Sunday night 3
    “The Jews therefore, because it was the preparation, that the bodies
    should not remain upon the cross on the Sabbath day (or Friday)
    (that Sabbath day an annual high day) besought Pilate that their
    legs might be broken, and that they might be taken away … …
    But when they came to Jesus, and saw that he was dead already,
    they brake not his legs.” John 19: 31-33

    Our Saviour lay at rest in death on the Friday (annual Sabbath) and
    Saturday (weekly Sabbath) so maintaining the Jewish Law as a
    Jew. Annual Sabbaths fell on the same date(s) of each year, though
    each falling on a different day of the week annually.
    “The first day of the week cometh Mary Magdalene early, when it was
    YET dark, unto the sepulchre, and seeth the stone taken away from
    the sepulchre” John 20: 1
    Jesus had already risen before 6am of the Sunday daytime.

    Jesus our bread of life, and our sacrificial Lamb of God.

    Following His death, the old Laws of Ordinances were no longer
    relevant. Yet the Royal Law of Ten Commandments remain
    for all.

  • Dear all,
    wanted to make an amendment for so long, and then say no more:
    Jesus I believe died on Wednesday in the year AD31.
    One day counted from 6pm to 6am evening/night, and from 6am to
    6pm morning/day.

    Thursday night 1 Thursday daytime 1
    Friday night 2 Friday daytime 2
    Saturday night 3 Saturday daytime 3

    Jesus lay at rest in death on the Thursday/annual sabbath.
    Then also the Friday (of the Feast of Unleaven Bread)
    He maintained the Saturday sabbath of rest, in death.
    He rose to life again early on Sunday.

    Sunday in the Bible always referred to as ‘the first day of
    the week’.
    The sabbath as ‘The Lord’s Day.’ The seventh day.

    We must follow this example and maintain the fourth Law.
    For we worship God because He is our Creator.
    Not because, as most churches say, because of the
    God knew we would forget, and in His Law tells us to ‘remember’.

  • After watching the program the Bible and History, I would like to contact Howard Jacobson for the Bible is history sunstantiated by archaeology . There wasa a single diety , there was no Adam and Eve but there was Adam and Chava which conforms to the Jewish Torah and they were not too people but a mulitude. And this multitude were expelled by natuarl forces from a place of many trees. The first thing is to find Moses and place him into Egyptian history , find all the pharaohs that fit perfectly through his life cyucl;e and their motives that crerated this Exodus story. Find the princess that adopted him find who Moses killed making pharaoh want to slay him . Find why Ruel changed his name to Jethro and find that sea that parted twice daily and can be walked across twice daily for 3 hours. Once we find Moses we can find Abraham and Noah and cotrary to belief Noah did se his world completely covered by water but this was not a flood bettter still it can be seen any day of the week. Once we find Noah we can find the orginal homeland of the Jews. Find that and you find their God , And you’ll be surprised who that was. If Mr Jacobson is interested he can by my finding ientitled ‘Finding Moses, the man who made God,’ (Amazon IBN 9780953943715) and the proof of that is in the Bible itself,

    • Dear Mr Cox
      The Genesis explanation is pretty good but people interpret however way
      they think is correct. That means everyone has a differing opinion.
      Therefore, I have my own too, just as you have.
      I could never disagree with the evolutionary evidence science has given us.
      Fitting that into Genesis 1 to me means that God’s people were created in
      the world long after the creation of the world, and after other people were
      here. Genesis 1 deals only with God’s chosen people.
      After Christ came, just 2000 years ago, everyone of every nation became
      eligible to be accepted into God’s kingdom, a part of the chosen people.
      It is a free invitation for everyone. This happened when Christ died for the
      whole world. We note that Christ sent His disciples out into the world to
      give them the gospel message of salvation.
      We cannot put a time-line on God’s plans or on His creative decisions.
      We can only accept or reject what the Bible tells us happened 2000 years
      ago. Personally, not being too educated in biblical knowledge, I find the
      NT to my liking, for it presents my Saviour and it talks about how I and
      everyone today can find everlasting life through Him.
      The Christian churches today however, mainly observe the first day of the
      week rather than the holy given sabbath of rest. This is a man-made change
      to the Law of God. They tell you the Law is no longer binding (or some such
      argument) because grace has taken the Law away! Rediculous!
      Only by God’s grace can we maintain His Law, for of ourselves we can do
      nothing. If the Law could have been changed or removed, then Christ need
      not have died.
      Only nine Laws seem to be most churches mainstay. Yet they are adament
      in maintaining Sun day, given by Rome.
      God’s grace does cover a multitude of sins – simply because God knew that
      people would accept a false sabbath. Doing things in ignorance is covered
      by God’s grace. Yet, doing things just to please oneself is sin.

      There are millions of arguments, uncountable differences within the churches
      that will never be resolved. Faith in God, and our very best effort to finding
      His way, truth, and life, is all we can do. This is a life-long learning faith.
      We find some answers, only to discover a million more questions. A life-long
      journey of faith. God is Love. What is God? Love is God. It is worth
      finding Him/Love.
      Sincerely, J Petrucci

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