The Season Of Our Joy


  When Was Yahshua Born?

"The Season of our Joy"

 

To be exact, He was born on Tishri 15

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This event rotates with the Hebrew/Jewish calendar, so that means that next year, it will be on a different date on our Gentile calendars.

It might be easier to remember to simply say that Yahshua birthday is the first day of the feast of Tabernacles(Booths, Succoth, Ingathering). The Feast of Tabernacles is a 7 day feast where the people move into a temporary dwelling, it is to remind them of how temporary life is, and that we are living in a very temporary existence, Yahweh added a special Holy Day called 8th day {known as the great last day}. This is a separate Holy Day, also on this 8th day, Yahshua was circumcised.

The people have enjoyed their time with Yahweh so much, many of them have decided to add one more day " and "what started out to be 8 days, turned out to be a full 9 days. {One more day to be among Yahweh's people and worship their Elohim, in one place, in this the season of our joy.} It was so filled with joy, happiness, fellowship and good times that it was called , "The Season of our Joy"

In The PastOriginally --in the Sinai desert--the Israelites commemorated festival events while dwelling in their booths (tents). Their forefathers dwelt in booths, or tents, while sojourning in the desert.

The making of a booth at the feast of Sukkot reminds the people of their origins. It hasn't been until very recently that some of the Messianic Jews recognize Yahshua in this Holy day."If with all your heart ye truly seek Me, ye shall ever surely find Me"INCARNATION of EMMANUEL ( YHWH-with-us )There was no room at the inn {This was the time of ingathering known as the Feast of Tabernacles.} 

 A "manger" is a "feeding trough". Most likely a newly-made, unused trough substituted for a crib.This emphasizes the fact that Yahshua is the Bread of Life, born in Beth' lehem "the house of Bread". it is considered a global celebration. That is why the angels proclaimed to the shepherds on the hill, " I bring you good news of great joy (Simchat Rabba) that will be for all the people" (all nations) Luke 2:10"Angels From the Realms of Glory" Because this was a festival of 70 Bulls for 70 nations, that were divided from the families of Noah after the flood. This shows that Succoth like the Sabbath is not a celebration belonging to the Jewish people, for it is written: "And thou shalt rejoice in thy feast, thou, and thy son, and thy daughter, and thy manservant, and thy maidservant, and the Levite, the stranger, and the fatherless, and the widow, that are within thy gates" Deuteronomy 16:15. Jeremiah 29:13and we are to "worship Yahweh in spirit and in truth " (accuracy) John 4:24, John Chapter 6 "

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Yahweh's Holy Day, called the Feast of Tabernacles to follow: SUKKOT "

Yahweh's Holy Day, called the Feast of Tabernacles to follow:
SUKKOT

"A Command to Rejoice "

 

A Command to Rejoice

Did you know that there is a command for us to rejoice? Indeed, the one biblical Holy Day that emphasizes rejoicing with gladness to the utmost is Succoth; and this command to rejoice during Succoth is mentioned three times in Torah (the first five Books of the "Old Testament"):

1) "And thou shalt rejoice in thy feast. . . ." (Deuteronomy 16:14).

2) ". . . therefore thou shalt surely rejoice" (Deuteronomy 16:15).

3) ". . . and ye shall rejoice before YHWH your Elohim seven days" (Leviticus. 23:40).

 

" rejoice evermore" (1 Thessalonians 5:16). From a scriptural standpoint, therefore, our joy will be full on a day-to-day basis when we willingly obey the command of Succoth; for it was the Savoir Himself Who said, ". . . if ye keep My Commandments. . . My joy [will] remain in you, . . . and your joy [will] be full" (John 15:10, 11). '

Thus, as with all the other Commandments which were given to us "for our good always" (Deuteronomy 6:24), no human circumstance should prevent the Believer from rejoicing at this appointed time. The Apostle Paul seems to suggest that this aspect of Succoth should pervade every moment of our everyday lives, when he says " rejoice evermore" (1 Thessalonians 5:16). From a scriptural standpoint, therefore, our joy will be full on a day-to-day basis when we willingly obey the command of Succoth; for it was the Savoir Himself Who said, ". . . if ye keep My Commandments. . . My joy [will] remain in you, . . . and your joy [will] be full" (John 15:10, 11).

pagan holidays that have stealthily crept into the Christian Church through the Greco-Roman influence on Christianity. Therefore Christmas, Easter, Halloween, and the like, can never bring real and lasting joy}, "for the simple reason that they were never commanded", and hence "YHWH, and His joy" is not in them to be received, with which one can be replenished to the "full." '

{It is in this context that one can see the emptiness of the pagan holidays that have stealthily crept into the Christian Church through the Greco-Roman influence on Christianity. Therefore Christmas, Easter, Halloween, and the like, can never bring real and lasting joy}, "for the simple reason that they were never commanded", and hence "YHWH, and His joy" is not in them to be received, with which one can be replenished to the "full."

 

The Savior’s Birth at Succoth?

So instead of the Christmas tree being the symbol of the joy over the birth of a "messiah" that is steeped in Greek mythology it is the Succah that we see as the symbol of the true joy associated with the entrance of the Redeemer of mankind into this world because "the Succah is a living symbol of the Holy Temple." And hence this Succah becomes the symbolism of "the dwelling of the divine."

"all Nations shall come" to fill the second Temple with His Glory. See Haggai 2:3, 9. That ancient "seer" was given a glimpse of this glorious Event "in the seventh month, in the twentieth day of the month, when came the Word of YHWH by the prophet Haggai. . ." (See Haggai 2:1). And as Succoth was commanded to be celebrated from the "fifteenth to the twenty-second day of the seventh month" (See Leviticus 23:34-36), It is not coincidental that the Messiah announced the commencement of His Ministry during Succoth (See Luke 4:17-24). '

The prophet Haggai, looking down the ages, saw the very day when the "desire of all Nations shall come" to fill the second Temple with His Glory. See Haggai 2:3, 9. That ancient "seer" was given a glimpse of this glorious Event "in the seventh month, in the twentieth day of the month, when came the Word of YHWH by the prophet Haggai. . ." (See Haggai 2:1). And as Succoth was commanded to be celebrated from the "fifteenth to the twenty-second day of the seventh month" (See Leviticus 23:34-36), It is not coincidental that the Messiah announced the commencement of His Ministry during Succoth (See Luke 4:17-24).

"And the fact that He promised the indwelling of the Holy Spirit when" in the last day, that great day of the Feast [of Tabernacles–Succoth] He stood and cried, saying, If any man thirst, let him come unto Me and drink . . . and out of his belly shall flow rivers of living water" (a symbol of the joy of the Holy Spirit, John 7:37-39), is further proof of the joy that Succoth brings with its celebration. Joy will flow freely from him. He will willingly and automatically share the love of the Savior with every person with whom he comes in contact. It is this "last . . . great day of the Feast" that is called the Day of the Great Hosanna "Great is our Master" that climaxes Succoth with great rejoicing!

Rejoicing for All People

Not at Christmas, BUT On One Of YHWH's Holy Days; The Feast of Tabernacles "

Not at Christmas, BUT On One Of YHWH's Holy Days; The Feast of Tabernacles

The heavens declare the glory of YHWH; the skies proclaim the work of his hands, To YHWH all praise and glory! I claim no credit of my own, with out Yahweh’s leading Spirit, NONE of this work could even begin to be possible for me. {Glory Be To Yahweh.} "

The heavens declare the glory of YHWH; the skies proclaim the work of his hands,
To YHWH all praise and glory! I claim no credit of my own, with out Yahweh’s leading Spirit,
NONE of this work could even begin to be possible for me. {Glory Be To Yahweh.}

 

Succoth is the season of our Joy. It is a celebration of the Word of YHWH {Yahweh} tabernacling in humanity in the Incarnation; it is a celebration of the Ruach ha Chodesh (the Holy Spirit) making His Succah within us as symbolized by the "living water" flowing from within us. It is a celebration of when YHWH {Yahweh} Himself will make his Succah with men in the world to come. What a time of rejoicing that will be!

 

At the stake Yahshua won spiritual dominion over Satan for all true Believers.
At Armageddon, Yahshua will vanquish Satan physically.
After the Millennial reign of Yahshua and for all time, Satan will be eternally damned.

From the most solemn and profound day of the year, Yom Kippur to the beginning of Booths, there is only 4 days. The solemnity and sobriety of Teshuva-Elul and the Days of Awe can not lend itself to the spirit of Booths.
One must wait for the proper time. "In the fullness of time "Prepare ye the way of the Master, make his paths straight.
Every valley shall be filled, and every mountain (government) and hill (religion)
shall be brought low; and the crooked shall be made straight, and the rough ways
shall be made smooth; and all flesh shall see the salvation of Yahweh, Yahshua
Luke 3:4-6

"(Which is now the season) "

Revelation 7:9-17 depicts a people redeemed from all nations waving the lulav or palm branches while shouting joyous praises of thanksgiving. This is distinctive to the festival of Succoth (Leviticus 23:40). Revelation 21 pictures the whole earth restored to its Edenic glory, becoming a Succah where YHWH {Yahweh} will ‘succoth’ with and among His people (Revelation 21:3). Thus Succoth points to the great ingathering of the people who are saved and redeemed from among the nations of the earth, as well as the eternal dwelling of YHWH {Yahweh} with men. "

Revelation 7:9-17 depicts a people redeemed from all nations waving the lulav or palm branches while shouting joyous praises of thanksgiving. This is distinctive to the festival of Succoth (Leviticus 23:40). Revelation 21 pictures the whole earth restored to its Edenic glory, becoming a Succah where YHWH {Yahweh} will ‘succothwith and among His people (Revelation 21:3). Thus Succoth points to the great ingathering of the people who are saved and redeemed from among the nations of the earth, as well as the eternal dwelling of YHWH {Yahweh} with men.

"And I heard a great voice out of heaven saying, Behold, the tabernacle of YHWH {Yahweh} YHWH is with men, and he will dwell [tabernacle, booth, or succoth] with them, and they shall be his people, and YHWH {Yahweh} Himself shall be with them, and be their Elohim (Revelation 21:3). This verse must be seen as an allusion to Succoth during the ultimate consummation of the Plan of Redemption.



"Joy to the World"


WHERE IN THE SCRIPTURES ?

First of all, WHERE does it say that Yahshua was born in the fall of the year?
Scriptural proof of the Birth of Yahshua on
the First day of Tabernacles.
"Birth of Yahshua during Succoth"

John the Baptist conceived ... Luke 1:5-25
Yahshua conceived .... Luke 1:26-55
Birth of John the Baptist .... Luke 1:56-80
Birth of Yahshua.... Luke 2

Yahshua date of birth....Tishri 15 (First day of Sukkot)
Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot) celebrated from Tishri 15 to Tishri 22.

"The Birth of Yahshua during Sukkot"

Shalom

Morah Nitza

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