(2016) Virtual House Church – Bible Study – Week 09: Va’ Yeshev ForYouTube

This is the Week 09 Torah portion – Va’ Yeshev – (from 2016) with related studies from the Prophets and New Testament.

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  1. an explanation of new moon days, and why we must set them apart as holy: bear with me through this. . .

    Leviticus 10:10 "you must SEPERATE between the holy and the unholy, between the clean and unclean".

    In 1 Samuel 20:26, Saul mentions that people must present themselves as clean on new moon day, so that they do not defile this day.

    Ezekeil 44:23 "they are to teach my people the difference between the holy and the unholy"

    Ezekiel 46:2 ". . . .on the sabbaths and the new moon days the people are to WORSHIP in the presence of the Lord at the entrance of the gateway".

    Ezekeil 46:1 "the gateways to the inner court (holy place) must be shut the 6 unholy days, but on the sabbath days and the days of the new moon the gate shall be opened".

    So Eziekiel is showing us the separation between the holy days and the 6 unholy days. He word for word calls new moon days holy and worship days.

    Numbers 28 tells us that we must observe all new moon days throughout the year, not just the new moon of the 7th month (although that month is extra special).

    Ezekeil 22:26 "her priests go wrong according to my law and defile my holy things".

    Ezekeil said the new moon is a holy thing, which means it is being defiled. It is a fact that the 7 day solar cycle does not even achknowledge the new moon day, much less set it apart as a holy worship day like Ezekiel commands us.

    If new moon days must begin every single month, do you think God would break his own laws? Because "in the beginning" was a new month. The very hebrew word "beginning" is bereshit. Which has the primitive root word "rosh/resh" in it, which means "head, chief, first". Those are the 3 words found in the definition of a rosh chodesh, a new moon.
    God said in the book of Isaiah that he did NOT create the earth without form, void, or in darkness.

    Yet the mistranslation found in Genesis 1:2 says he did. In the King James, and all other English translated bibles, it reads "and the earth WAS without form, void amd darkness was on the face of the deep".

    God does not create in darkness. Psalms says God is light, and the darkness runs and hides.

    So if God created the earth "in the beginning" (a day that means new moon day, head, first, chief), you will notice that Genesis 1:2 can also be translated in Hebrew to acceptably say "the earth BECAME without form, void and dark", but it wasnt created that way.

    It BECAME without form, void, and darkness when Satan fell from heaven, was cast to earth like lightning (per Yahushua) and utterly destroyed the formed earth that God created on new moon day.

    So if God himself defines light as "day" and says in Isaiah that he did NOT create the earth in "darkness" in the beginning, then we can know that God created the heavens and the earth in LIGHT, which is during a DAY!

    So "in the beginning" (new moon day) God created heaven and earth.

    THEN, satan fell, and darkness was created, and filled the newly destroyed earth with complete darkness.

    God defines darkness as "night".

    So an entire day and night has now taken place BEFORE Genesis 1:3 ever takes place.

    In Genesis 1:3, God goes down to earth, which is in darkness, and says "let there be LIGHT", which is day.

    So Genesis 1:3 says this was day one. One in Hebrew means "echad", and its critical to know that echad is a CARDINAL NUMBER. the "resh" root word in the word "bereshit" is an ordinal number. Which means it starts, or begins a new ordering. The fact that bereshit (Genesis 1:1) was a Hebrew ordinal number and yom echad (day one, Genesis 1:3) is a hebrew cardinal number, means that they cannot be speaking of the same day.

    So why is the day AFTER new moon day called "yom echad" (day one)? Because only cardinal numbers can begin a hebrew week. "One" means the week count is starting, while "first" precedes "one" and means the "month" (new month) is starting .

    This proves that the 7th day of the "week" was in cardinal terms, but was also the 8th day of the "month" in ordinal terms. This is why knowing ordinal and cardinal responsibilities in Hebrew is crucial. It reveals to us the separation between holy and unholy, and when to start a new week. It is a biblical fact that the 1st day of a Hebrew week will always be a cardinal number, while all other days found within that month will always be ordinal.

    Another way to prove that God created earth in LIGHT (a day seperate from Genesis 1:3) is to read Job 38. God tells Job that he created the Angel's and stars on this day, and that they witnessed him lay tje foundation of earth (with form) in light! And that the MORNING (light, which proves it was day) stars sang his praises on this day. We know new moon day is a commanded worship day per Ezekiel 46:2, which means it's a holy day. This is why the Angel's and stars were singing praises on this day. Singing praise is a worthy form of worship. There is not evidence of "worship" taking place on the 6 unholy work days of creation that follow new moon day during bereshit. It's also important to point out that Job 38 reveals the stars (same stars mentioned on day 4 of creation) were already in exsistance "in the beginning".

    As for the "30th" day of the month on a lunisolar calendar, while I am still looking for evidence, 1 Samuel 20:19 does mention this day as a "work" day.

    In context of this verse, it is the day that takes place BEFORE the new moon day according to Jonathan's statement "tommorrow is the new moon". Which means the day before the new moon will either be a 7th day sabbath on a 29 day month, or the 30th day of the month, the day noone knows.

    But when you pull up the original Hebrew and use strongs concordance for 1 Samuel 20:19, it actually tells us this spacific day before the new moon was a "work day/business day". So we can conclude that this was not a sabbath on the 29th day, but a day of work not counted within the week, the 30th day. From all I can gather, this day was an ordinal hebrew number and not a cardinal number, which means it could NOT be the start of a new week.

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