Both 7-day and yearly sabbaths are implied by the plural word “sabbaths” in Ezekiel 20:11-24. The annual sabbaths are mo’ed, appointed times that apply to the feast days in Leviticus 23:44, and they are not “Jewish feasts,” God calls them “My feasts in verse 2, and supported by statutes forever in that chapter and to be restored by Elijah in Malachi 4:4,5 and Matt 17:11. The appointed times are counted from the new moon–the think crescent in the western sky after sunset, the chodesh in Exodus 12:2, is the beginning of the month and beginning of the year.
About The Author
Richard Ruhling is MD, MPH, board-certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiolgoy Fellowship and taught Health Science at Loma Linda University. His interest in prophecy dates to 1986 when he attended a conference and learned about God's name, Y'shua, feast days and jubilee. He believes "the day of the Lord" will begin in 2023 with Muslim's taking Jerusalem (Zech 14:1,2) at Passover followed by the earthquake of Joel 3:16 a month later (2nd Passover as provided in Numbers 9:11 as explained in this series titled "The Bride of Christ." The King makes a marriage for His Son and sends His serviants to bid others to the wedding. Please invite others to this series (Matt 22:2-10. Readiness for impending events has the highest reward in Luke 12:35-44. Are we serious about what is so important to Y'shua that He is giving us so much--"to whom much is given, much is required" verse 48. Please join us!
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