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NEW MOON A Declaration of Time


Introduction The Lord created the moon for signs & seasons This was evident with ancient Israel who based their system of keeping time on the cycles of the moon

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What Is the New Moon? A new moon indicates a beginning of a month The bible reveals that God commanded Israel to honor and observe each New Moon by blowing a trumpet over their offerings as a memorial to Him (Numbers 10: 10 & Numbers 28: 11-14) The New Moon was also re-established by the leaders of Israel when the temple was rebuilt after their return from captivity of Babylon (Ezra 3: 5, Nehemiah 10: 33 & Colossians 2: 14-16)

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Why We Observe the New Moon Today? Isaiah 66: 22-23 For as the new heavens and the new earth, which I will make, shall remain before me, saith the LORD, so shall your seed and your name remain. And it shall come to pass, that from one new moon to another, and from one sabbath to another, shall all flesh come to worship before me, saith the LORD.

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Why We Observe the New Moon Today? Take note of the words “new heavens” & “new earth” This scripture indicates that God’s people will continue to observe the New Moon even in the “New Kingdom” If God commands that we will honor the New Moon when we are in the New Kingdom it is evident to us that we should keep the New Moon while on this earth It should be noted that there is no record of the new moon as being a Holy Day except the New Moon of the 7th month, which is the Feast of Trumpets ©2011 Household Of Israel Temple Of Jesus Christ. All Rights Reserved


Hebrew Months By observing the New Moon we are also able to determine the appropriate dates to keep all holy days appointed by God These dates are based upon the Hebrew calendar months and are found in the books of Exodus through Deuteronomy On the next slide are a list of the Hebrew Months with corresponding holy days When the year is longer, a 13th month is added Š2011 Household Of Israel Temple Of Jesus Christ. All Rights Reserved


Hebrew Months Hebrew Months (1-13)

Modern Equivalent

Holy Day(s)

Abib

March/April

Passover

Zif

April/May

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Sivan

May/June

Pentecost

Tammuz

June/July

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Ab

July/August

Elul

August/September

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Tisri

September/October

Trumpets, Atonement & Tabernacles

Bul

October/November

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Chisleu

November/December

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Tebeth

December/January

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Shebath

January/February

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Adar

February/March

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Vedar

Intercalate Month

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The New Moon