G'day everyone (and a welcome to my new followers)! Today I present my Restored English Translation (RET) of Beresheet (Genesis) chapter 24. Yes, this is the chapter I quoted the RET of earlier in the week (in A History of Marriage – Part 1), which surprisingly no-one noticed. As usual, the RET of chapter 24 … Continue reading Restored English Translation of Genesis: Chapter 24
As you may be aware, boottomlesscoffee007 from http://bottomlesscoffee007.com nominated me for the Friday Reader Request. https://bottomlesscoffee007.com/2018/11/15/reader-request-friday-16-november-2018/ I gave a post here: https://jmshistorycorner.wordpress.com/2018/11/18/reader-request-friday-23-november/ So, having given you time to ask questions, I will post my answers - THIS WEEK! (I might do it again at some point in the future - but not next week. I'll … Continue reading Reader Request Friday 23 November
This is the first in a series of articles I'm doing on how our modern marriage came to be. Our modern marriage system would not be recognised by our forefathers. MARRIAGE LICENCES/STATE APPROVAL/CHURCH WEDDING The following are a series of articles on this subject: Surprising History of Holy Matrimony: HOLY MATRIMONY IN THE ROMAN CATHOLIC … Continue reading A History of Marriage – Part 1
https://bottomlesscoffee007.com/2018/11/15/reader-request-friday-16-november-2018/ Thought you might be interested in knowing that bottomlesscoffee007 has nominated me for the Friday Reader Request. What does that mean? Well, submit to me (in the comments) any question(s) you like, and I'll answer them in a post on either Friday or Saturday (and ONLY THIS WEEK). So, ask to your hearts' content … Continue reading Reader Request Friday 23 November
G'day! Today I present my Restored English Translation (RET) of Beresheet (Genesis) chapter 23. As usual, it contains the Hebrew names and a glossary of them. At the very end are the Aleph Tavs, which are no longer included in the main text. CHAPTER 23 1 And the life of Sarah was 127 years; the … Continue reading Restored English Translation of Genesis: Chapter 23
This title will likely sound very strange. I mean, we all know that the persecutor Saul got rid of all relating to Judaism, the Jewish people, and the Torah when he converted, even changing his Hebrew name to the Gentile Paul. Luke himself mentions "Saul, who was also called Paul" (Acts 13:9). Of course, I shredded … Continue reading Did Saul Change His Name to Paul?
We are instructed in Yah’s/God’s word to take the seventh day off as a day of rest. Six days we are meant to work, and on the seventh day we are to rest. But what day of the week is it on? Is it Saturday? Or is it Sunday?
Well, the Bible says seventh day, so that sounds like Saturday. BUT the Christians and Catholics take Sunday off for the Sabbath. So why do they worship on Sunday instead of Saturday? Nowhere in the Bible does it say that Yahushua or His disciples celebrated the Sabbath on Sunday.
There can be no doubt that Christ, His disciples, and the first-century Christians kept Saturday, the seventh-day Sabbath. Yet, today, most of the Christian professing world keeps Sunday, the first day of the week, calling it the Sabbath.
So, who changed it from Saturday to Sunday? YEHOVAH/God or…
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