In order to have “eyes to see” and “ears to hear,” one must commit to an idea that can only emanate from the Mind of Yahweh. The truths discussed herein can only be received by those who choose to adopt and adapt to a statement as such:
Every single word of the Torah has a very specific and very crucial part to play in the sum of Thy word. Yahshua the Messiah had to completely fulfill each and every letter, leading to each and every word, leading to the establishing of the Laws of Yahweh. Had He failed at any point, He could not have been the prophesied Messiah. And not only this, but that He Himself would have and did express the idea that each and every letter and word was directly from the Father, and to assume that words in the Torah did not need to be utterly fulfilled, would have been blasphemy. There are no wasted letters of words, or Laws in the books of Mosheh.

So if you can see, and if you can hear, then you are certain to put forth the mental effort necessary to arrive at truth. This body of work will focus on three specific truths that are certain to shake up previously held paradigms in your mind. Patience and perseverance are required and encouraged.

What are these three specific truths? We go to Exodus 12:3-6: “Speak to the congregation of Israyl, saying; ‘On the Tenth Day of this First Moon, each man is to take a lamb for his family, one for each household. If any household is too small for the lamb, let him and his brother next to his house share it, having taken into account the number of people there are. You are to determine the amount of lamb needed in accordance with what each person will eat. Your lamb must be without blemish, a male of the first year. You may take it from the sheep or from the goats. And you must keep it until the Fourteenth Day of the same Moon; then the whole multitude of the congregation of Israyl shall kill it between the two evenings.'”

In verses three and six, we find our first truth: the lamb to be sacrificed must be held for four days (from the 10th to the 14th).
In verse five we find our second truth: the lamb must be without blemish (sinless) of course, but we focus on the latter part; the lamb must be “of the first year.”
Our third truth is imperative in proving up the first two truths, and it is the fact that only two dates in history would allow for a Wednesday night Passover and those are the dates 28 C.E. and 31 C.E. The major significance of this will be elaborated upon within this body of work.

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