Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Why We Should Know And Understand The Hebrew Lunar Calendar?

Did you know that the Remnant of God should be following a lunar calendar, in addition to the solar calendar?

No, it's not a requirement and I'm not saying that we need to drop the solar calendar, for our day to day life. However, we need to be able to follow the lunar calendar, because God has ordained it, in order for us to know and celebrate holy convocations and to recognize important events, along God's timeline.

Yes, God has established a timeline and everything is going as planned. To know, understand and follow the lunar calendar, gives us intimate knowledge that God is in control and reassurances, in our moment of weakness. Following lunar calendar and his appointed times/feasts is also a great witnessing tool to show unbelievers the amazing predictive power of a Supernatural God, which has an amazing prophetic accuracy record, proving that he is outside our Time and Space.

 Finally, if you don't quite understand why God is doing something either in the world or in your life, it could be that you are not following his timeline, within the lunar calendar.

...and that's what you'll find, When You Search For The Truth


  1. Hi Keith,
    I am hoping that you will give an insight regarding the feasts and the times of them, as I am sure there will be a spiritual connection with these times.

  2. Hi Brenda, I will and they do. I was hoping to set the stage with this post. If I don't say it enough, Thanks for your Encouragement and Faithfulness. Shalom.

  3. Well my friend, I think that will only lead to RELIGION.
    Churches who are practicing observance of days and feasts etc. and think that they are right with God because of their religious practices.
    That's only my opinion :-(

  4. Hi Paul, where do we draw the line. If God has ordained it, why wouldn't you want to do it, not for righteousness but for obedience? Wouldn't you want to please him with your desire to do what what you are told? Again, not for righteousness, but out of a desire to be obedient.

  5. Yes Keith, but when you start tradition, where will it end ?
    I think it ends in religion.
    There is only one requirement for anyone who believes in Jesus Christ, and that is to believe in the Lord Jesus Christ.

    And Jesus did not tell you to wash your hands before you eat :-) In fact He hates all of their festivals etc. (Isa 1:14).

  6. Obedience is not necessarily tradition. It depends on why you are doing it.