Michael Colunga (10 March 2011)
"RE:  Josua--Rosh Hashanah"

 
Hello, John and Doves,
 
Actually, the secular name for Tishri 1 is, "Rosh Hashanah" [Head of the Year].
 
The name that appears in Leviticus 23, where the LORD tells Moshe what to tell the people
regarding the feasts of the LORD, Tishri 1 is referred to as, "Yom Teruah" [Day of Blowing].
 
"Yom Teruah," then, is the correct name for the Feast of Trumpets.
 
If the Rapture happens to occur at the inauguration of the spiritual new year, Nisan 1, then it stands
to reason that Jesus Christ, the True King of the Jews and KING OF KINGS would come to
the Earth on a civil New Year, Yom Teruah, the Feast of Trumpets.
 
In HaShem,
Mike C.
 
Josua (9 March 2011)
"To BG Ellis: Rosh Hashanah at Nisan 1st?!"


Dear BG Ellis and Doves

in respect to all your great summaries, I' like to throw in some thoughts:

>From which scripture do you derive that Nisan should be celebrated as
the Sacred Rosh Hashanah?

Nisan is the 1st month of the jewish calendar.
Tishri is the 7th month of the jewish calendar.

As far as I understand scripture, Tishri is the month to start
counting the next year. There is nothing wrong with that. Simply
because Nisan is the first month, it does not make it the month where
the new year count starts. Simple as that.

There is no Sacred or Secular Rosh Hashanah. There is only the Rosh
Hashanah at Tishri and that's it.

I find it a bit confusing that everybody ties to the Hillel II
calendar if it comes to tetrads falling on specific feast days, but if
it comes to justify things that don't line up with the Hillel II
calendar, it is said to possibly be 1-2 months off, or 1-2 days off
due to naked eye spotting of the moon.

Whoever makes a list of facts backing up a timeline/daycounts, should
either use the Hillel II calendar and strictly stick to it or
otherwise not use it at all. A mix is simply not credible. Anybody
else thinking the same?

Love, YBIC, Josua