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Published on Apr 10, 2012
A Special Revised Torahtalk from 2011 . . . . . . . . . LUNAR SABBATH: AN ABOMINATION OF DESOLATION - THE TEMPLE NOT MADE WITH HANDS IS THE BRIDE OF YAHUSHA. HE IS THE 'MASTER OF THE SABBATH', AND THE SABBATH IS THE SIGN OF THE EVERLASTING COVENANT (EZ 20). IF A TEACHING REMOVES THIS SIGN AND SETS UP AN ABOMINATION THAT "DESOLATES" THE COVENANT, AND ITS SIGN, WE HAVE TURNED ASIDE TO MYTHS AND DOCTRINES OF DEMONS. THE BEAST ALREADY TRIED THIS WITH "SUN-DAY". Has it occurred to those falling for the "lunar Sabbath" heresy that Yahusha was in perfect agreement with the weekly and annual Sabbaths practiced around Him just 2000 years ago? If there had been any previous secret knowledge (or "hidden manna" as the promoters of the lunar Sabbath claim), surely Yahusha would have made it known that there was some major flaw in the timing of the week of seven days. Further, if anyone had attempted to change the correct pattern, such as Rome, then there would be some evidence of this; what Rome did attempt (the 8-day week) failed miserably and collapsed back into the true pattern used in the rest of the world since the dawn of time. Wikipedia.org tells us: "Because the nundinal cycle was absolutely fixed at eight days under the Republic, information about the dates of market days is one of the most important tools we have for working out the Julian equivalent of a Roman date in the pre-Julian calendar. In the early Empire, the Roman market day was occasionally changed. Claiming the Romans forced a "seven-day week" upon the whole world is simply false information. Even if they did so without any record of it happening, the Chinese have been insulated from the western cultures since long before Herodotus, the father of History, and they have always observed a seven-day week. The Romans didn't cause the 7-day week seen all over the world! Even tribes that have had no contact with outsiders are found to have the imprint of the 7-day week. The 7-day week is a fingerprint of Yahuah on all humanity. The record shows that late in the second century there were the beginnings of the observance of "Sun-day" resting among some assemblies, while the rest of the Roman assemblies observed the original seventh day. So, both the true Sabbath, as well as the first day of the week, began to be observed. PRESENTED & PRODUCED BY THE TEAM @ THE TORAH INSTITUTE.