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‘And youª shall keep it till on¹ the fourteenth day² of the same month; then the whole assembly³ of the congregation of Israel is to kill it between the settingsⁿ. (Exodus 12:6 MISB). 1 st Setting point At noon. setting. 2 nd Setting point At sunset. rising. sunrise.

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‘And youª shall keep it till on¹ the fourteenth day² of the same month; then the whole assembly³ of the congregation of Israel is to kill it between the settingsⁿ. (Exodus 12:6 MISB)

1st Setting point

At noon

setting

2nd Setting point

At sunset

rising

sunrise

Between the settings

בֵּין הָעַרְבָּיִם

14th Day


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‘And they shall eat the flesh that night, roasted with fire, and they shall eat it with unleavened bread and bitter herbs. (Exodus 12:8 MISB)

Passover in Egypt

1 day and 1 night

Passover Eaten

Remains burned

The Destroyer

Passes over

Passover Killed

14th Day

That Night

Passover in Egypt

A day and a night

And none of you shall go outside the door of his house until morning. (Exodus 12:22 NAS)


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And they set out from Rameses in the first month, in the fifteenth day of the first month. In the day after the Passover the sons of Israel went out with a high hand before the eyes of all the Egyptians, 4 while the Egyptians were burying all their first-born whom Yãhweh had struck down among them. Yãhweh had also executed judgments on their gods., (Num 33:3-4 MISB)

in the day after the Passover

ממָּחֳרַת הַפֶּסַח

Exodus

1 day and 1 night

Border of Egypt with

wilderness

Exodus Ended

By Sunrise

Exodus Begins

At sunrise

Leaving Rameses

With a high hand

15th Day (day after Passover)

Exodus by Night

Egypt Plundered &

Buries its first-born

Exodus: a day and a night

“Observe¹ the month² of the Aviv³ and celebrate the Passover to Yãhweh your Almĩghty, for in the monthº of Aviv Yãhweh your Almĩghty brought you out of Egypt by night.ª (Deut 16:1 MISB)

by Night

לָיְלָה


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And¹ they baked the dough which they had brought out of Egypt into cakes of unleavened bread. For it had not become leavened, since they were driven out of Egypt and could not delay, nor had they prepared any provisions for themselves. (Exodus 12:39 MISB)

Israel Revives

(recuperates)

1 day and 1 night

Israel Makes the

First Camp outside

Egypt at Succoth

Israel Bakes Unleavened

Dough into Bread

Thankful for Deliverance

Israel sets out to next

encampment

16th Day: Israel Encamped

Israel Rests a Day and A Night


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The priest threw a handful of the wave offering on the altar to be burned until morning as an Olah ascending offering. The rest of the offering was eaten by the priests or burned by morning (Lev. 6:9-10, 14-18). The same procedure pertained to the lambs offered with the wave offering.

Additional Festive Offerings that

May be eaten for “a day and night”

Additional Festive Offering

May be eaten for a day and night

Passover Memorial

Offering

Annual Sabbath

Spanning both feasts

Wave offering

Ashes removed

14

Memorial

Seder

15

Memorial

Of Exodus

16

Memorial of

Passover in Egypt

Memorial of

Exodus

Additional Barley

Offering waved

Calendar day for

eating

Wave offering

Additional Passover

Offering to Memorialize

Exodus (passover the

Border of Egypt)


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And you shall not leave any of it over until daybreak, but whatever is left of it until daybreak, you shall have burned with fire.(Exodus 12:10 MISB)

“For seven days no leaven shall be seen with you in all your territory, and none of the flesh which you sacrifice in the setting of the first day¹ shall remain all night until the daybreak.(Deut. 16:4 MISB)

“Command Aaron and his sons, saying, ‘This is the instruction for the whole-ascending sacrifice: the whole-ascending sacrifice itself shall remain on the hearth on the altar all night until the morning, and the fire on the altar is to be kept burning on it. (Lev. 6:9 MISB)

End of Day for eating 2nd

Passover offering

Memorializing The Exodus

End of Day for burning

The ascending offering

(of the wave offering)

End of day for eating

Passover offering

And 1st Festive offering

14

Memorial

Seder

15

Memorial

Of Exodus

16

Memorial of

Passover in Egypt

Memorial of

Exodus

Olah of Wave

offering


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“15.שְׁלָמָיותּוֹדַתזֶבַחוּבְשַׂר AND THE FLESH OF THE SACRIFICE OF HIS THANKS-GIVING PEACE-OFFERING — There are many inclusions here, חַטָּאתלְרַבּוֹת — to include the sin-offering, וְאָשָׁם — and the guilt-offering, נָזִירוְאֵיל — and the ram of the nazir, עָשָׁראַרְבָּעָהוַחֲגִיגַת — and the festival-offering of the fourteenth of Nissan, נֶאֱכָלִיושֶׁיִּהְיוּ— that they should be eaten וָלָיְלָהלְיוֹם— for a day and a night, the day of the sacrifice and the night which follows.” (Lev. 7:15, Rashi, Sapirstein Edition, Rabbi Nosson Scherman, Rabbi Meir Zlotowitz)

The “Day” for a Temple Offering is a day and a night

— from daybreak to daybreak

Passover Offering

2nd Passover Offering

Deut 16

Olah of Wave Offering

For Yahweh

14

Memorial

Seder

15

Memorial

Of Exodus

16

Memorial of

The Exodus

Pass over the

Border of Egypt

Memorial of

Passover in Egypt

Memorial of day

Of Rest, thanks, and

Renewal, Revival

Outside Egypt


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Special Offerings cover three days and three nights

Sheol surrounds Yeshua.

Yeshua begins to suffer

As he is examined

Yeshua ascends

From death

He revives, resurrects

Yahweh's portion

Of Wave offering

Ascended

The Night of Watching

For Yahweh. The Watch

Is set.

Nicodemus and Joseph

Embalm Yeshua

The Wave Offering

Is Prepared

Passover Offering

“Examined”

The Guard on the

Tomb is set

Yeshua Killed

Lamb provided

By G-d Killed

14

Day 1

Night 1

15

Day 2

Night 2

16

Day 3

Night 3

Memorial of the

Third Day

Memorial of the

First Day

Memorial of the

Second Day


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Three days and three nights

In the heart of the Earth (Sheol)

Sheol surrounds Yeshua.

Yeshua begins to suffer

As he is examined

Nicodemus and Joseph

Embalm Yeshua

The Guard Watching

Yeshua

Killed

7th Day Sabbath

First of the Sabbaths

Later of the Sabbaths

Annual Sabbath

Joining two feasts

17

14

Day 1

Night 1

15

Day 2

Night 2

16

Day 3

Night 3

Memorial of the

Third Day

Memorial of the

First Day

Memorial of the

Second Day

Three days, three days and three nights

And 72 hours surrounded by Sheol

Yeshua ascends

From death

He revives, resurrects


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Julian Dates, March 24, 25, 26, 27, AD 34

And Roman Weekdays.

Sheol surrounds Yeshua.

Yeshua begins to suffer

As he is examined

Nicodemus and Joseph

Embalm Yeshua

The Guard Watching

Yeshua

Killed

7th Day Sabbath

First of the Sabbaths

Later of the Sabbaths

Annual Sabbath

Joining two feasts

Sat Mar 27

Wed Mar 24

Night 1

Thur Mar 25

Night 2

Fri Mar 26

Night 3

Memorial of the

Third Day

Memorial of the

First Day

Memorial of the

Second Day

Three days, three days and three nights

And 72 hours surrounded by Sheol

Yeshua ascends

From death

He revives, resurrects


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Now the later of the Sabbaths¹, as it began to dawn² on the first of the Sabbaths³, Miriam Magdalene and the other Miriam cameª to look at the grave. (Matthew 28:1 MISB)

And when the Sabbath¹ was past, Miriam Magdalene, and Miriam the mother of James, and Salome, bought² spices, that they might come and anoint him. 2 And very earlyº on the first of the sabbaths¹, they came² to the tomb as rises the sun. (Mark 16:1-2 MISB)

And on the one Sabbathⁿ they rested [according to the commandment]ª, 1 but on the first of the sabbaths, at deep dawn, they came² to the tomb, bringing the ¹spices³ which they had prepared. (Luke 23:56-24:1 MISB)

Now on the first of the sabbaths¹ Miriam Magdalene came² early to the tomb, while it was still dark³, and saw the stone already taken away from the tomb. (John 20:1 MISB)


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Therefore, in the time after the annual Passover Shabbat (on Nisan 15), seven Sabbaths were counted. The first one was immediately after Passover, and it is called the "first of the Sabbaths". (The Hebrew literally says, “in the day after the Sabbath”, but in accord with the definitions of day in Gen. 2:4, 17, 30:33 and Joel 2:31 it means whatever time period necessary to fit seven sabbaths, and likewise in Lev. 23:16, whatever time after the seventh Sabbath necessary to count a 50th day.)

  • Some reasons why this truth was covered up.

  • The Church corrupted it because the Passion Chronology upholds the Torah

  • The Rabbis corrupted it because the Passion Chronology upholds Messiah Yeshua.

  • Messianics still don't get it because they don't realize the Church chronology is anti-Torah on purpose, and second that Judaism corrupted the necessary facts along with the Church.

15 ‘You shall also count for yourselves in the time to come after the Rest Day, from the day when you brought in the sheaf of the wave offering; there shall be seven complete Sabbaths. 16 ‘Yet in the time to come after the seventh Sabbath you are counting a fiftieth day; then you shall present a new grain offering to Yãhweh. (Leviticus 23:15-16 MISB)


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Later Yeshua was re-wrapped in spices (brought by Nicodemus) and linen strips אֶת־הַכֻּתֳּנוֹתοθονια, οθονιοις, οθονιων (always plural); John 19:40, 20:5-7. To do this they moved his body up down and side to side, just like the wave offering. See MISB for structure details of John 19:38ff.

At first Yeshua was wrapped in a סָדִיןσινδονι The Greek term transliterates the Hebrew term. This word means a single linen sheet (cf. Mat. 27:59; Mark 14:51-52, 15:46; Luke 23:53), and refers to the “man in linen” Messianic Prophecies (Ezek. 9:2-10:6; Dan. 10:5; 12:6-7). Joseph bought a single linen sheet and they buried him quickly because of the Shabbat.

Joseph and Nicodemus

Notice that the week day numbers are exactly 10 less than the month day numbers. Easy to remember this way.

Notice also that the Julian month day numbers are 20 more than the week day numbers. Easy to remember

Joseph wraps

Yeshua in linen

sheet at first

After Annual Shabbat

Yeshua is wrapped in

Linen Strips and Spices

Brought by Nicodemus

Yeshua enters

Gates of Sheol

Resurrection

Yeshua

dies

7th day

Nisan 17

4th day

Nisan 14

Night 1

5th day

Nisan 15

Night 2

6th Day

Nisan 16

Night 3

4th day

Mar 24

5th day

Mar 25

7th day

Mar 27

6th day

Mar 26

Annual Shabbat

Regular Shabbat


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  • Judaism suppresses the knowledge that the sacrificial system requires the day to run from daybreak to daybreak. The majority without a thorough knowledge of Torah resist the daybreak day because they think it would affect the Sabbath. It doesn't. Judaism also ceased to pay attention to the daybreak day after the destruction of the Temple. Yet, it can be found in the fine print of Torah commentaries, and it is necessary to explain many things in Torah.

  • Christianity suppresses the fact that the original texts say "first of the sabbaths" because 1. this exalts the Sabbath, and 2. it prevents them from changing the Sabbath to Sunday.

  • Judaism changed the time of the Sabbatical year.

  • Judaism changed the way the Jubilee year is calculated.

  • Judaism changed when the Torah was supposed to be read in the Sabbath year.

  • Judaism changed the new moon day from the day of sighting to the day of the conjunction or dark moon.

  • Judaism eliminated 162 years from the Persian Period

  • Judaism went along with the Church (or vice versa) in AD 140 to introduce the meaning of "week" for the word Sabbath.

  • Judaism fails to explain that Passover and Exodus are two festivals joined in the annual Sabbath, and that the Exodus was in the night following the 15th.

  • The Church fails to understand the wave offering was not complete until the high priest removed the ashes from the altar at the end of the following night. This is when Yeshua ascended in the "ashes" of the offering (which were taken outside the camp, cf. Judges 13:19-23).


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This whole conspiracy to cover up the truth of Torah and Yeshua's Death and Resurrection according to it can now be exposed.

Presentation by Daniel Gregg

Other presentations and Chronology at www.torahtimes.org


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