The Biblical Calendar System instituted by Yahweh and mandated upon His people from the beginning has never changed. How can you be sure you are measuring time in the right way and therefore observing Yahweh's holy day(s) at the right time? Did you know that the modern Western (Gregorian) Calendar is a Catholic adaptation of an ancient pagan calendar that has changed many times during the millennia that even the Jews use it? If you believe that:
- 1. The calendar is calculated using only the sun (solar calendar);
- 2. Months contain only 30 or 31 days (with one containing 27 or 28);
- 3. There are 365 days in a year;
- 4. Days begin and end at either midnight or sunset;
- 5. Months begin at the sighting of the first crescent moon;
- 6. The moon is 'sick' and has nothing to do with the calendar;
- 7. There is no such thing as a 13th month;
- 8. New Year starts 16 March because Jerusalem has 12 hours of daylight;
- 9. Psalm 104:19 says the sun fixes holy days when it says the moon does;
- 10. What Enoch & Jubilees say takes precedence over the Bible,
then you are not following Yahweh's Calendar but a pagan one and are observing His holy days (Sabbaths, New Moons, Annual Fesivals, etc.) at the wrong time. Then you are in serious trouble, for Yahweh said:
You may not think the calendar is important right now but (a) Yahweh our Heavenly Father does (and that's what matters), and (b) you will be handed over to the enemy toward the latter part of the end-time and be buffetted until you do and are obedient.
"[Satan] will speak against the Most High (Yahweh) and oppress his saints (believers) and try to change the set times and the laws. The saints (believers) will be handed over to him for a time, times and half a time" (Dan.7:25, NIV).
Why not get right with Yahweh now and save yourself unnecessary hardship as well by researching this question soberly? This website will guide you. And if you would like a quick answer to the 10 errors above, please click here before working your way through the articles on this page. And may the Ruach haQodesh (Holy Spirit) guide you along the Way.