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Announcement of the 3rd Renewal / Month!

This Coming New Moon ‘week end’ will complete our count to Pentecost and serve as the Appointed-Season of the Feast of Weeks…. Continue reading

pt.12 By Applying the Feast of Harvest

Another look at the count of Pentecost and the ordering of the Feast of Weeks. Continue reading

An Agricultural month of the Abib Feast of Weeks / Pentecost as undertood by the Lunar Sabbath Calendar (visual aid)

  This is a special post being sent out to help understand the current subject being discussed in the series RNCM  is working though  (How Do We Keep the Feast?)with Bro. JS Lowther regarding ‘How Do We Keep the Feast of Weeks?’ This series is devoted to explaining the timing and the hows’ of keeping an Agriculturally Biblically accurate Feast Calendar starting with the New Moon’s Renewal of The Abib, Abib’s first Sabbath leading to the Feast of Weeks by the count of Pentecost (50 days) according to the Sabbaths appointed by the New Moon calendation. Below is a representation … Continue reading

Announcement for the 2nd month (ZIF)

Here is a pre-calculated announcement  for this up coming sighting of the New Moon crescent which will end our Festival of Renewal (cHodesh) as remembered by the New Moon. Our system celebrates from the Last 7th day of the month until the day before the sighting predicted as Sabbatic. This special time of assembly will end the 1st month of Abib and start the 2nd Agricultural Month of ZIF the day before the moons sighting. This month keeping the 29th, 30th and 1st days of the week as days of no labor or work (See Amos 8:5). For those newly … Continue reading

Pt.10 By Understanding First-fruits

Every people everywhere who grow and eat cereal grains, like barley, wheat, spelt and rye will celebrate the sustenance of their nation and people in some way; even if in America if that means going to the bar that night after harvest, because family celebration has been so replaced by selfish motivations a celebration will be had . On the other hand, every one who can understand the growth cycle of the harvest have a biblical example to do so, intended for our spiritual understanding. A farmer that has been given the impartation of the gift of faith who considers these biblical festivals will gain more knowledge than the one who spent 10 years getting a doctorate in seminary and is fluent in Greek and Hebrew. However, if that same farmer studied the bible fluently, because he saw the examples harvest first hand in reality, how much more has he been given to comprehend? Continue reading