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Abib of God 2016 and the Detailed, Natural Science
of  How to Calculate the Biblical Calendar

John Vega
Shabbat, March 12th, 2016

Dear Friends and Fellow Students of the Biblical Calendar,

I decided to put a simple webpage together dedicated to an excellent website I recently stumbled upon that gives clarity on the subject of the calendar and how to determine the new year according to all of the witnesses in nature that the God of nature put there for us to know when the Biblical year begins. God provided all these evidences in nature so that we can know when we are supposed to gather together for the feast days commanded in Scripture for all Israel forever.

Home Page - http://abibofgod.com/1.html

Abib Report 2016

Abib Summation
Shabbat, March 12, 2016


Thursday, March 10th -

Wednesday, March 9 -
Abib Inspection Report

Tuesday, March 8th -
Abib Inspection Report


Monday, March 7th -
Abib Inspection Report 

Below video explains in greater detail Brian Convery's journey of faith in understanding the Biblical calendar and especially how he goes about searching Israel and monitors the phases in nature and how he had to part company with Nehemiah Gordon and the KaraiteKorner people. 
Again, I feel it is important to mention that the discoveries of Brian Convery concerning the abib in Israel once again validates and confirms the veracity of the writings of Sister White as Sister White tells us in unambiguous terms that "The time of the passover corresponded to the close of March or the Beginning of April." and not late April as most people will celebrate Passover one month late this year because they are following the rabbis rather than following the Good Shepherd.

From Desire of Ages
"There were three annual feasts, the Passover, the Pentecost, and the Feast of Tabernacles, at which all the men of Israel were commanded to appear before the Lord at Jerusalem. Of these feasts the Passover was the most largely attended. Many were present from all countries where the Jews were scattered. From every part of Palestine the worshipers came in great numbers. The journey from Galilee occupied several days, and the travelers united in large companies for companionship and protection. The women and aged men rode upon oxen or asses over the steep and rocky roads. The stronger men and the youth journeyed on foot. The time of the Passover corresponded to the close of March or the beginning of April, and the whole land was bright with flowers, and glad with the song of birds. All along the way were spots memorable in the history of Israel, and fathers and mothers recounted to their children the wonders that God had wrought for His people in ages past. They beguiled their journey with song and music, and when at last the towers of Jerusalem came into view, every voice joined in the triumphant strain,--

"Our feet shall stand
Within thy gates, O Jerusalem. . . .
Peace be within thy walls,
And prosperity within thy palaces."
Psalm 122:2-7. {DA 75.2}

From Patriarchs and Prophets
"The first of these festivals, the Passover, the feast of unleavened bread, occurred in Abib, the first month of the Jewish year, corresponding to the last of March and the beginning of April. The cold of winter was past, the latter rain had ended, and all nature rejoiced in the freshness and beauty of the springtime. The grass was green on the hills and valleys, and wild flowers everywhere brightened the fields. The moon, now approaching the full, made the evenings delightful. It was the season so beautifully pictured by the sacred singer:

"The winter is past,
The rain is over and gone;
The flowers appear on the earth;
The time of the singing of birds is come,
And the voice of the turtle is heard in our land;
The fig tree ripeneth her green figs,
And the vines are in blossom,
They give forth their fragrance." Song of Solomon 2:11-13, R.V. {PP 537.3}
Throughout the land bands of pilgrims were making their way toward Jerusalem. The shepherds from their flocks, the herdsmen from the mountains, fishers from the Sea of Galilee, the husbandmen from their fields, and sons of the prophets from the sacred schools--all turned their steps toward the place where God's presence was revealed. They journeyed by short stages, for many went on foot. The caravans were constantly receiving accessions, and often became very large before reaching the Holy City. {PP 538.1}
Nature's gladness awakened joy in the hearts of Israel and gratitude to the Giver of all good. The grand Hebrew psalms were chanted, exalting the glory and majesty of Jehovah. At the sound of the signal trumpet, with the music of cymbals, the chorus of thanksgiving arose, swelled by hundreds of voices:

"I was glad when they said unto me,
Let us go unto the house of the Lord.
Our feet are standing
Within thy gates, O Jerusalem. . . .
Whither the tribes go up, even the tribes of the Lord, . . .
To give thanks unto the name of Jehovah. . . .
Pray for the peace of Jerusalem:
They shall prosper that love thee." Psalm 122:1-6, R.V. {PP 538.2}

Brian Convery explains the importance to observing the
abib and what he does during his abib trips to Israel.

Dr. Michael Brown video "Did the LORD do away with the feasts?"

In the video below Michael Brown is so well spoken that I can not say enough good about the content of this short presentation addressing the subject of the feast days and why it has never been wrong to observe them as long as we do not loose our focus upon Messiah and the prophetic, apocalyptic significance of the feast days. Michael Brown's common sense approach on this subject is unparalleled. He does an exceptionally good job of dismantling the argument that many use against the feast days when they twist the meaning of Isaiah 1:13-18. Michael Brown explains how it is no more an offense to Elohim for people to keep new moons and feast days and sabbaths than it is for them to pray and that it was the hypocrisy and lack of love and concern for their fellow Israelite that Elohim was disgusted with and not the feast days themselves. 

1:13 Bring no more vain oblations; incense is an abomination unto me; the new moons and sabbaths, the calling of assemblies, I cannot away with; [it is] iniquity, even the solemn meeting.
1:14 Your new moons and your appointed feasts my soul hateth: they are a trouble unto me; I am weary to bear [them].
1:15 And when ye spread forth your hands, I will hide mine eyes from you: yea, when ye make many prayers, I will not hear: your hands are full of blood.
1:16 Wash you, make you clean; put away the evil of your doings from before mine eyes; cease to do evil;
1:17 Learn to do well; seek judgment, relieve the oppressed, judge the fatherless, plead for the widow.
1:18 Come now, and let us reason together, saith the LORD: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool.

Michael Brown stands corrected in one area of his teaching in this video when he says that the feasts were not given to the Gentiles and that Gentile believers are not obligated to keep the feast days. My studies have revealed otherwise. All of the feast days listed in Leviticus 23 are part of the moral law just as much as any of part the Lord's moral law and are as eternal as the character of Yahuwah Himself. To say that Gentile believers are under no obligation to observe God's holy convocations is equivalent to teaching that New Testament Gentiles do not need to keep any of God's moral code.

The truth is that the feast days have always existed which can be easily proven from Genesis 1:14, 18:6 and 19:3. Any grafted in gentile that expects to partake of the covenant promises in Messiah has a new identity as an Israelite Jew according to Romans 2:28, 29
"For he is not a Jew, which is one outwardly; neither is that circumcision, which is outward in the flesh: But he is a Jew, which is one inwardly; and circumcision is that of the heart, in the spirit, and not in the letter; whose praise is not of men, but of God."
Did the LORD do away with the feasts? Dr. Michael Brown


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