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Beginning the New Year – Pt. 2

moon3In our previous discussion, Beginning the New Year – Pt. 1, we addressed the issue of the Hebrew terms תקופה (tequphah) and תקופת (tequphath).

We learned that a tequphah is a solar event and is a point in time that could be an equinox or a solstice.

It was also recognized that a tequphath represents a season of the solar year. The two seasons for calculating Festival Days being spring-summer and autumn-winter.

With this in mind we will continue in Part 2 with an examination of the Festival of Tabernacles and the Festival of Ingathering. What we will discover is how they both relate to the determination of the scriptural New Year.

Khag of Tabernacles
We must next be cognizant of the difference between the use of the labels “the Khag (Festival) of Ingathering” and “the Khag of Tabernacles,” the latter forming only a part of the former. The instructions from Deuteronomy and Leviticus for the seven-day Khag of Tabernacles state:

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  • - YEAR 2023 - CALENDAR COUNTDOWNS


  • NEW YEAR
    Abib 1
    East Coast, USA
    Begins Mar 22 at Sunset Days--Hours---Min--Sec

    • SABBATH YEAR •


  • PASSOVER
    Abib 14
    East Coast, USA
    Begins Apr 4 at Sunset Days--Hours---Min--Sec

    • HIGH SABBATH •


  • UNLEAVENED BREAD Abib 20
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    Begins Apr 10 at Sunset Days--Hours---Min--Sec

    • HIGH SABBATH •

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