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These men and their teams have spent years studying and researching the Biblical calendar with other scholars. We consider them experts in this area. What they have found lines up with Scripture and produces good fruit!
"Each day begins at sunset; each week begins at the sunset at the end of the Sabbath (the seventh day); each month begins with the sighting of the first sliver of the new moon; and the beginning of the year is determined at the new moon when the barley crop in Israel has reached the stage of maturity referred to as aviv. This was Israel’s national calendar from the time of our constitution at Mt. Sinai until long after our dispersion by Rome. It was the reckoning by which the Feasts were conducted during the first and second Temple periods, and it was the exact schedule by which the Jewish followers of Yahshua continued to keep the Feasts after his resurrection. This reckoning of time can be understood by the smallest child and accurately determined by illiterate herdsmen. This is the simple calendar by which the appointed times of our Creator have always been reckoned and observed. He never changed them. He never changes. No one need be ignorant of His times and His seasons as long as we follow His method of marking the days, weeks, months, years, Sabbath years, Jubilee years, and millennia.”
–– Michael Rood
A study of how to "observe" the New Moons.
Lev's Mo'edim Study
Author unknown. This study proves that there is a 13th Month in the Scriptures.
Aviv Barley and Sighted Moon
Teshuvah Ministries Statement: We honor the Creator's Calendar by keeping his Feasts according to the Biblical reckoning of time (the Creator's Calendar). We believe that the Scriptures reveal, the Feasts verify, history supports, Yahshua's life confirms and his royal priests will uphold the following simple rhythm:
A study of the Scriptures that teach we are to find Aviv 1 or Rosh ha'Shanah (the Head of the Year) agriculturally.
A study of Ps. 81 that confirms we are to celebrate the "chags" or Pilgrimage Feasts at the full moon.