Silent Night in September

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‘Tis the season for understanding what the season is all about!  In a few days much of the world will celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, the Messiah of Israel and the world whom I have come to know by His Hebrew name, Yeshua.  Of course He was not born on the 25th of December, which leads to the question of why that day was selected for the occasion.  The answer to that question is not in this blog post.  Two years ago this article, Silent Night in September, was the first post to appear on The Barking Fox. Then, as now, it is offered as a resource to the curious about when Jesus was really born.

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About Pete Rambo

Details in 'About' page @ natsab.wordpress.com Basically, husband of one, father of four. Pastor x 11 years, former business and military background. Micro-farmer. Messianic believer in Yeshua haMashiach!
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2 Responses to Silent Night in September

  1. drbetsill says:

    Boker Tov & Shabbat Shalom! First let me say that I don’t think it is an important issue. We are not told to do this and quite possibly Father knew we would mess it up so the date may be hidden from is:<) Anyway…….just for the sake of discussion, if the schedule of temple service was repeated and assuming "in order" would that not have pushed the second term out 6 months (roughly) so that everything would be pushed out 6 months so that Yeshua might have been born in the spring during the spring feasts when we celebrate His first coming as the "(Passover) Lamb of God?"

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    • Pete Rambo says:

      Maybe we are told to, and given the clues that lead us to the correct day/date… I believe, as Al concludes, if we keep the feasts of the Lord, as commanded, we celebrate the day according to the way HE wants it celebrated. He’ll provide more details in the Kingdom. 😉

      Shabbat Shalom!

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