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Starlight, Starbright. Irish Lullaby. Barefoot Floors. Neil Young. Appalachian Lullaby. I Bid You Goodnight. Moon and Me. Bill Harley. The word 'times' is zeman in Hebrew and means an appointed time or season such as an appointed festival as found in Leviticus 23 see Strong's Exhaustive Concordance No.
The words 'time' and 'times' in the latter part of the verse are from the Hebrew word iddan and mean to measure time such as a year. Nowhere in the New Testament have the Messiah or His disciples switched the days of worship. If you could talk to the Apostle Paul and tell him about the counterfeit days observed today, he would be stunned at the change. Similarly, millions of people today would be shocked if they only opened their Bibles and saw that the early New Testament Assembly kept the holy days of Leviticus People today are being taught that the Holy Days are Old Testament and are therefore obsolete.
This erroneous doctrine is one reason millions assume they can't understand the Bible. Why were certain days okay for one group of people to observe and not for another, they wonder. The only difference in keeping the holy days in the New Testament times is a change in the sacrifice, as we will show shortly. Yahshua the Savior became the perfect sacrifice.
Notice in 1 Corinthians that Paul in the New Testament said to keep the feast. Originally the Holy Days of Leviticus 23 were not sacrificial days Jeremiah , but sacrifices were added because of man's transgression.
Peter tells us Yahshua was the perfect example we should follow, 1 Peter In 1 Corinthians Paul said he followed Yahshua's example and we should follow him. To follow an example is to do as the example did. Nowhere does the Bible record that the Messiah offered a sacrifice. In Matthew Yahshua Himself says, "I will have mercy and not sacrifice: for I am not come to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance. In Hebrews we read, "By Him therefore let us offer the sacrifice of praise to Yahweh continually, that is, the fruit of our lips, giving thanks to His Name.
All the commanded holy days are presented in chronological order in Leviticus For each we will show the commandment and point out places in the New Testament where Yahshua or the Apostles were observing these days. Let us start with Acts , mainly because many preachers claim that Paul did away with the commandments. Paul's writings are controversial to those who teach or follow some other doctrine which Paul condemns Galatians Peter warns that Paul's writings are difficult to understand and would be used to pervert the Good News 2 Peter Taken correctly, in light of the context and prophets, Paul's writings perfectly compliment the rest of the Bible.
Acts clearly shows Paul taught gentiles on the Sabbath. If he was the one to change worship to Sunday, surely this was the time to do it. He would have told them to come back the next day Sunday.
Acts clearly shows us James was referring to gentiles. In verse 20 he tells them to abstain from 'pollutions of idols. Pollution of idols would be eating unclean food sacrificed to idols; fornication was often with temple prostitutes see Numbers These former pagans drank blood in their rituals ox blood, to make them as strong as an ox.
Acts says, "For Moses of old time has in every city them that preach him, being read in the synagogues every Sabbath day. Thus instructions in righteousness were given the gentiles when they attended the synagogue, as we have seen in Acts ,The word 'times' is zeman in Hebrew and means an appointed time or season such as an appointed festival as found in Leviticus 23 (see Strong's Exhaustive Concordance No. ). The words 'time' and 'times' in the latter part of the verse are from the Hebrew word iddan and mean to measure time Missing: Rattlebones.