I believe that Yeshua was born on the 1st of Tishri which
Yom Teruah or Rosh Hashanah. However, we can agree to
disagree on this because you believe he was born 2 weeks later.
His birth did not fulfill either Rosh Hashanah or Tabernacles. They
will be fulfilled in the end of the age as is shown in the prophecies.
there remains Rosh Hashanah/Yom Teruah, Yom Kippur and Succot
to be fulfilled prophetically.
God bless, Roy
We appreciate the effort to demonstrate in detail
the facts of our Lord's passion and resurrection. His words are true and
He is the Lord of the Sabboths, First Fruits, The Pascal Lamb. He will
come again to satisfy the remaining Feasts of the Lord, Feast of Trumpets and
Feast of Atonement. These are the only 2 feasts of the 7 feasts of the
Lord that are not known to be satisfied by The Christ.
You should observe, I didn't state the Lord needed
to satisfy the Feast of Tabernacles. I believe the Lord was born on the
first day of this Feast of Tabernacles or Succoths (booths). The Lord God
wants to Tabernacle with us. Yeshua (Jesus, meaning salvation in
hebrew) was then taken to the temple on the Eigth day (Luk2:21).
This is significant because it is The Last Great Day of the Feast of
Tabernacle celebration and is for all the Nations.
The Lord God had His son presented to satisfy the
Law of Moses and be circumcised.
This will not change people's faith, but, it will
quicken faith. Your incisive facts make strong foundations for those who
were not there at the Tomb.
A lessor servant of the Lord,