There is a very relevant question that frequently comes up, among the people of YHWH who are new to the Scriptural observance of Passover; it usually goes something like this: “How do we reconcile the problem of how to prepare the Passover lamb and correctly observe Passover, (which the Scripture says is to be done “throughout your generations – observe it as a festival, an everlasting law.”), with the following Scripture; since most of us are hundreds of miles away from Yerushalayim?”
Today we are going to look at a particular subject; and I am going to ask a lot of questions today; because it is important to examine ourselves to see if we hold certain things to be true or not.
I’m going to start by asking first; if I were to tell you that there was something in the Scripture that you needed to stop doing? But that thing was something that when YHWH commanded it, He used words like forever, year by year, everlasting, throughout your generations, and teach your children to do it; and when His Son Yahushua came, He did that very thing, exactly as YHWH had commanded, and never told anyone to change standard operating procedure concerning that thing, and there was no example of any of YHWH’s prophets or Yahushua’s taught ones ever doing or teaching to do differently; as a matter of fact there was no one with YHWH’s authority in Scripture ever doing differently ; but nevertheless; what if I said to you, concerning a thing like that, “You should stop doing that thing… It is offensive to YHWH” what should you do?
Today we are going to do a little study on Psalms 81. This is relevant, I think, to our celebration of Yom Teruah. There is much speculation about what this day (Yom Teruah) is about and what it is a memorial of.
Today I am going to give you something to consider concerning the possible meaning of this memorial. And the some clues that we get from the 81st Psalm. I will be using the ISR Scriptures unless otherwise noted.
The first thing that we are going to look at here is verse # 3. Why? Well; since it is talking about blowing a shofar; it is likely to be a tov (good) clue; amein?
There are some who believe that this Psalm was written either commemorating Passover or the 15th of Abib (i.e. the 1st day of Unleavened Bread). I have met several people who embrace this idea. There are several reasons why they believe this.
Typically; after reading verse 3, they focus very heavily on verses 4-6, and then jump down to verse 10.
Shalom! May YHWH be praised!
I will be using the King James plus the Strong’s number version in much of this study to aid the
reader in identifying certain Hebrew and Greek words, as well as their definitions. I have taken the liberty of restoring the correct Names and tittles, (YHWH, Yahushua, Elohim, etc.) to the KJV texts, as well as underlined and emboldened for emphasis. Otherwise the texts should read exactly as they appear in the KJV. Where the KJV is not used I will be using the ISRV “The Scriptures”.
In this study we will examine what the Scripture has to say concerning the wearing of tzitziyot (plural of tzitzit). Is it commanded, what is their purpose, how does one make them, and more?
Pro 30:4 Who has gone up to the heavens and come down? Who has gathered the wind in His fists? Who has bound the waters in a garment? Who established all the ends of the earth? What is His Name, and what is His Son’s Name, if you know it?
Do you know His Name?
What’s wrong with Lord, God, Jesus, etc.? Used ‘em all my life. Aren’t they in the Scriptures?
Let’s see what the Scripture has to say.