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Jacob
June 26th, 2017, 06:58 PM
Shalom.

Sheni is the second day of the week. In the days of creation each day is evening and morning, until Shabbat, the Sabbath.

Today is Sheni, 4-2.

Shalom.

Jacob

daqq
June 26th, 2017, 08:44 PM
Shalom.

Sheni is the second day of the week.

And the σαββατω δευτεροπρωτω, (Luke 6:1), is the Shabbat hour of the second day of the week, the primary Sabbasin, (τοις σαββασιν, Luke 6:2, (the daily Shabbatot)), because σαββατω δευτεροπρωτω follows μια των ημερων, (Luke 5:17). And the next Shabbat hour is in the very next day which follows in Luke 6:6, (ετερω σαββατω). So from Luke 5:17 to Luke 6:6 we have three days and at least two of those days stated to have been Shabbatot, and they are the daily Shabbat hour in each and every day of the week, (and the seventh hour of the seventh day is a Shabbat in its Shabbat, as we spoke of in another thread and as it is written in Numbers 28:10).

Therefore, if you do not Shabbatize every day of the week, how will you see the Father in His creation? and how will you see the new creation in Messiah in the hours at Golgotha? (three hours of light, and three hours of darkness from the sixth hour to the ninth hour: equal day and equal night, six yamim-hours). For Elohim says, Let there be light, and there is light, and Elohim beholds the light, that it is good: and Elohim divides the light from the darkness in the very beginning; equal day and equal night, (the first autumnal equinox). Then Elohim proceeds to speak the words of creation, which we read in the first chapter of Genesis: IN THE DAY when Elohim made earth and heavens, (Genesis 2:4). :)

Jacob
June 26th, 2017, 09:12 PM
And the σαββατω δευτεροπρωτω, (Luke 6:1), is the Shabbat hour of the second day of the week, the primary Sabbasin, (τοις σαββασιν, Luke 6:2, (the daily Shabbatot)), because σαββατω δευτεροπρωτω follows μια των ημερων, (Luke 5:17). And the next Shabbat hour is in the very next day which follows in Luke 6:6, (ετερω σαββατω). So from Luke 5:17 to Luke 6:6 we have three days and at least two of those days stated to have been Shabbatot, and they are the daily Shabbat hour in each and every day of the week, (and the seventh hour of the seventh day is a Shabbat in its Shabbat, as we spoke of in another thread and as it is written in Numbers 28:10).

Therefore, if you do not Shabbatize every day of the week, how will you see the Father in His creation? and how will you see the new creation in Messiah in the hours at Golgotha? (three hours of light, and three hours of darkness from the sixth hour to the ninth hour: equal day and equal night, six yamim-hours). For Elohim says, Let there be light, and there is light, and Elohim beholds the light, that it is good: and Elohim divides the light from the darkness in the very beginning; equal day and equal night, (the first autumnal equinox). Then Elohim proceeds to speak the words of creation, which we read in the first chapter of Genesis: IN THE DAY when Elohim made earth and heavens, (Genesis 2:4). :)

Shalom.

The Sabbath is the seventh day of the week.

Shalom.

Jacob

daqq
June 26th, 2017, 09:37 PM
Shalom.

The Sabbath is the seventh day of the week.

Shalom.

Jacob

Amen, and there are seven hours in the shabuim-weeks of which there is one "week" of hours in every yom-day, (the week of hours which contain the prayer times, as haNavi Daniel expounds, (the shabuim-weeks)). The bottom, (evening), of the third hour is the commencement of the first hour of prayer, (see Mark 15:25 and Acts 2:15), and the midday hour of prayer is the sixth hour, (see Acts 10:9, Amos 8:9-10, Mat 27:45, Mark 15:33, Luke 23:44), and the ninth hour is an hour of prayer, (the time of the evening oblation, see Acts 3:1, Dan 9:21, Acts 10:3, Mat 27:46, Mark 15:34). The tenth hour on the sundial is therefore the seventh hour Shabbat in the prayer times, (John 1:39), because the first hour of prayer commences with the evening or bottom of the third hour of the day, (sundial reckoning). The tenth hour of the day is therefore the seventh hour Shabbat, (John 4:6, John 4:23, ("the hour comes, and now is", because the seventh hour had come), and John 4:52-54, (confirming the teaching)).

Moreover the sixth hour in John 4:6, when the woman comes forth to draw water from the well of Jacob, is according to the Torah the commencement of the "evening time" of the day, as it is written in Genesis 24:11. So the overall period of the evening time consists of about six hours, from the time when the sun reaches its apex or zenith in the sky directly above, and begins its downward trek into the shadows or shades of the west, (one will need this to fully understand the Passover, lol).

patrick jane
June 26th, 2017, 09:40 PM
daqq just schooled Jacob !!!

daqq
June 26th, 2017, 09:53 PM
@daqq (http://theologyonline.com/member.php?u=17195) just schooled Jacob !!!

Lol, also dear Patrick, from the midst of Pesakh Sheni, (2/17 on the Jewish lunisolar calendar, see also Gen 7:11 and John 6:4, (where the Master remains in the Galilah because it is more likely Pesakh Sheni but the author simply leaves of the "Sheni" qualifier)), to the midst of Sukkot-Tabernacles, (7/17, see also Gen 8:4 and John 7:14), is a hundred and fifty days, (Gen 8:3).

And from Shemini Atzeret, which is the last great day of Sukkot-Tabernacles, (John 7:37), unto the next Passover are one hundred and eighty days, (see also Esther 1:4, where Ahasuerus the king puts forth "the riches of his glorious kingdom and the honor of his excellent majesty many days, even an hundred and eighty days").

More over one hundred and eighty days in the shabuim-weeks of Daniel, (the daily hours of the prayer times, seven hours in a day), amount to one thousand two hundred and sixty yamim:

7 x 180 = 1260

All of the time prophecies are fulfilled in the ministry of Meshiah.

Jacob
June 26th, 2017, 10:14 PM
Amen, and there are seven hours in the shabuim-weeks of which there is one "week" of hours in every yom-day, (the week of hours which contain the prayer times, as haNavi Daniel expounds, (the shabuim-weeks)). The bottom, (evening), of the third hour is the commencement of the first hour of prayer, (see Mark 15:25 and Acts 2:15), and the midday hour of prayer is the sixth hour, (see Acts 10:9, Amos 8:9-10, Mat 27:45, Mark 15:33, Luke 23:44), and the ninth hour is an hour of prayer, (the time of the evening oblation, see Acts 3:1, Dan 9:21, Acts 10:3, Mat 27:46, Mark 15:34). The tenth hour on the sundial is therefore the seventh hour Shabbat in the prayer times, (John 1:39), because the first hour of prayer commences with the evening or bottom of the third hour of the day, (sundial reckoning). The tenth hour of the day is therefore the seventh hour Shabbat, (John 4:6, John 4:23, ("the hour comes, and now is", because the seventh hour had come), and John 4:52-54, (confirming the teaching)).

Moreover the sixth hour in John 4:6, when the woman comes forth to draw water from the well of Jacob, is according to the Torah the commencement of the "evening time" of the day, as it is written in Genesis 24:11. So the overall period of the evening time consists of about six hours, from the time when the sun reaches its apex or zenith in the sky directly above, and begins its downward trek into the shadows or shades of the west, (one will need this to fully understand the Passover, lol).

Shalom.

Thank you for sharing.

Shalom.

Jacob

Jacob
June 26th, 2017, 10:17 PM
daqq just schooled Jacob !!!

Shalom.

It is good to be open to learning from others.

Shalom.

Jacob

patrick jane
June 26th, 2017, 10:20 PM
Shalom.

It is good to be open to learning from others.

Shalom.

JacobI know, I was just kidding buddy. You should be study daqq's posts

daqq
June 26th, 2017, 10:41 PM
Luke 13:10 W/H
10 ην δε διδασκων εν μια των συναγωγων εν τοις σαββασιν
10 Moreover he was teaching in one of the synagogues in the Sabbasin:

τοις σαββασιν is absolutely no doubt plural. However, many translations appear not to know quite how to render this phrase, and therefore many translate it as singular, such as in both the KJV, ("τοις σαββασι" in the T/R, which is likewise plural), and in the ASV:

Luke 13:10 KJV
10 And he was teaching in one of the synagogues on the sabbath.

Luke 13:10 ASV
10 And he was teaching in one of the synagogues on the sabbath day.

We find this plural form in many places throughout the Gospel accounts, (εν τοις σαββασιν), and it clearly means "in the Sabbaths" but is rarely rendered in that way because they do not understand that Messiah was presenting the Bread of the Presence, (the Word), in the daily Shabbatot; just as the Kohanim were commanded to do, even in the Shabbat, and yet were blameless. This is not the Master waiting around for a literal week at a time just so as to go teach in the synagogue, no, but it is the Shabbat hour of each and every day, and that is why it is plural and written the way it is, "εν τοις σαββασιν", ("in the Sabbasin", or Shabbatot, plural).

daqq
June 27th, 2017, 04:56 AM
Mark 15:25
25 And it was the third hour, and they crucified him.

John 19:14-15
14 Moreover it was the Preparation of the Passover; the hour was about the sixth, and he said to the Yhudim, Behold, your King!
15 They therefore cried out, Away! Away! Crucify him! the Peilato said to them, Shall I crucify your King? the chief Kohanim answered, We have no king but Caesar!

So the sixth hour of the day, (sundial), is the third hour in the shabuim, (prayer times), for the shabuim commence with the bottom of the third hour of the day, (and because the hours of prayer commence at the bottom of the hour that is why there is a half hour of silence in Rev 8:1, immediately preceding the hour of prayer, Rev 8:2,3,4). :)

Shalom, in Meshiah.