The mysteries contained in the moedim or appointed times of Elohim's holy word are so profound that we will
not do them the justice they deserve. With Elohim's help we will endeavor to search out the hidden plans revealed in his word.
The first moed or appointed time we will look at is the Norim Yomim, or the Days of Awe. This ten day period starts with Rosh
Ha-shana ,or the New Year and ends with Yom Kippur the day of Atonement, the holiest day of the year. We celebrate this
festival in the fall of the year. We first get a glimpse of this moed/appointed time in Genesis chapter 3, where
we find the man and the woman in the garden and they have had a very bad experience with a certain snake. This is the
first time in the ancient Hebrew text we see the word kipporah, which means to cover and/or make an atonement. And as
we look deeper into the word of this ancient text we find the word kipporah has other very important meanings. Other meanings
for kipporah are to cover as with linen, a very shear type of garment. This type of garment was used in the temple for
the high priest when he went in before the Lord on Yom Kippur the day of atonement to present himself before the Lord. We
can easily see the connection between these two differing events on Yom Kippur. But it is the third type of use for
this word that will speak mainly to believers. This third type is to be covered in light as with a garment, can this be pointing
to the catching away of the believers? Did we just uncover a secret of Elohim's master plan right from the beginning.
And what more will we uncover as we learn the moedim/appointed times and find the hidden plan of Elohim. Shalom.
As we continue in our study most of you are looking forward to the new year. But how did this time of the year get to be known
as the start of the new year? Didn't Elohim tell us way back in the the book of Exodus (Ex.12:1) that Aviv would be the
first of months for us. So why should we look at the seventh month as the start of the new year? Could it be that the ancient
hebrew moedim are telling us about the start of the creation to come? And also about the end of
this present creation? As we look to the very beginning of this present creation known as the olam hazah. The ancient
teachers asked questions as to the time of year this creation started. One observation by the ancients is that Adam and Eve
(not thier real names) ate mature fruit, they didn't have to wait for it to grow on the trees or ripen, it was ready to eat.
The animals were full grown and the food they ate was full grown. Likewise the man and his wife were full grown not children.
This lead the ancients to concider that this was not spring or summer or winter but fall. Now with this being said you might
be thinking there has got to be more than this to go on. And you are right. As we follow the days after the first sabbath
we come to a very important point in time. The man in the garden. After a hard day of naming all the animals,
no suitable helper could be found for the man. The Lord Elohim puts the man in a deep sleep. Why? Let's look at our
time line. Man was created on the sixth day. We saw the sabbath when no work was done,this was day 7 for those who don't
know. Day 8 arrives and the man is naming all the animals and at this time the Lord Elohim puts the man in a deep
sleep. Why, because there is no suitable helper for the man yet. The Lord takes a cutting of flesh from the man. And
the man awakes to find the woman made just for him. Now we have arrived at day 9 and the snake in the tree. Did you know that
the ninth letter in hebrew is the tet, and it is connected to the snake. And as you might have guessed we have sin entering
the world on the 9th day because they ate from the tree that they were commanded not to eat from. Morning has once again
arrived and as the scripture tells us they hid from Elohim as he walked in the cool of the day. The coolest part of a new
day is morning. This is after the night has cooled the earth. Now we have arrived at day 10. The all important
day of the first sacrifice for sin on this planet. It is the tenth day of creation and the Lord himself takes two innocent
animals as substatutes for the man and the woman. This is the first Yom kippur. This is when the first kippurah/covering
atonement was made for man. It is not by chance that we see this, and as we look even deeper into the ten days of awe,
we will see the tribulation and the return of the Messiah. Did you see the pattern? On the ninth day sin entered
the world. Write in a column the first seven days 1 thru 7 = one week. Now next to the first column write the days 8 thru
10. Notice that on day two of the creation week scripture the 2nd day is not called good. And as we see here, there is
a pattern in the 2nd column. The second day in the second column = day nine, sin enters the world. It is this very event that
brings the judgement on the world in year 2000 from the first day of creation an event known as the flood. We will see
more of these hidden truths revealed by the Holy Spirit of Elohim Shalom...Tzuriel Ever wonder what animals
were used by Elohim for the first Yom Kippur service?
Our vision and our
mission is to reveal through the Holy word of Elohim the revelation of our Messiah Yashua in the ancient Hebrew letters. This
we will do to the glory of Elohim our heavenly Father. These mysteries are revealed by the author of The Messiah Codes,
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