Friday, March 12, 2021

Memorial 2021

 Memorial 2021 -- Thursday March 25, after Sundown

Commemoration of the Lord's Memorial, is rightly held at the start (sunset) of Nisan 13.
(The Jewish day runs from sunset to sunset)
For those of you who did not realize that Jesus held the occasion and died, on Nisan 13, you can research that proof in the scriptures, by using the search box on this Blog Main Page, 
Mark 14:12; 15:42-43; John 19:14,31,42

While the Passover lambs were being sacrificed for the sundown/Sabbath to come, Jesus was also dying on his torture stake 
(Luke 22:7; John 1:29;  1Cor. 5:7; John 19:9; Isa.53:7). 
That was the afternoon following the memorial [and the same Jewish day (sundown to sundown) as the Memorial / Day of Preparation / first day of the week of Unfermented Cakes - first day of Passover Week 
(Luke 22:1,8,13-15,19,29; Rev.5:9-10; Mark 14:12; 15:42-43)]. 
(Mark 14:12; 15:42-43; John 19:14,31,42)
Jesus was buried in a tomb, before the Passover Sabbath (Nisan 14), even began (John 19:31,33).

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As far as calculating when Nisan 13 takes place during this year,
I will review with you, the procedure as follows...

The way in which Nisan is calculated, is to find out when the Spring Equinox occurs. 
I will calculate it for my area, but the calculation will translate around the globe.

For this year (2021), the Spring Equinox is Saturday, March 20 at 5:37 a.m..
Then go to the schedule of the new moon for each month in your area, 
(Google search)
and find the new moon that occurred BEFORE the Spring Equinox.
For 2021, that would be March 13 at 5:23 a.m.. The remainder of that day (5:23 am - sunset) belongs to the previous month.
[If the new moon occurs at an hour, after the sun has already set, then that 24 hour period (sunset to sunset) is still the last day of the last month. The fresh day, would start the following sunset... the first sunset after the New Moon has occurred.]

If there are more than 15 days between the previous new moon and the equinox, that new moon is considered the start of the last month of the year. Nisan would not begin, until the following new moon, which would occur after the equinox.
If there are less than 15 days between the previous new moon and the equinox, 
then the sunset following that new moon, is the start of Nisan 1.
March 13th is only 7 days prior to the equinox, so March 13 (after sunset) is the start of Nisan. Sundown on March 13, starts the first day of the first month (Nisan 1) of the new Jewish year.
Next, is to count 13 days from the starting evening of Nisan 1.
For my location, that brings the start of Nisan 13, to the sunset of Thursday March 25, 2021.
This is when I intend to partake. 
It is up to each individual, to decide what they will choose to do.
Nisan 1, runs from sunset on March 13 to sunset on March 14. Nisan 2 runs from sunset on March 14, to sunset March 15, and so on...(N3/ssM15),(N4/ssM16),(N5/ssM17),(N6/ssM18),(N7/ssM19),(N8/ssM20),(N9/ssM21),(N10/ssM22),(N11/ssM23),N12/ssM24),(N13/ssM25)

If you have received miraculous, scriptural proof of God's choosing you (Rom.8:16; Eph.4:4;  1Cor. 11:28-29) to belong to the Bride of Christ, and wish to partake with us (1Cor. 11:33), 
please contact me using the contact form in the right side column of this Main Page.

If you desire to gain more scriptural information about who should partake, there are many posts which address that questions, from many angles. I will provide a few links. If you would like more... Please use the search box.

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