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Thread: Choosing Rome Or Choosing Him? Sabbath Will Tell Which!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmatic View Post
    I think what Off Grid is saying is that the full moon indicates the start of the new month on God's calendar.
    Yes!
    "The one who says he stays in Him is indebted to walk, even as He walked." 1Jn 2:6

    Without Torah, His walk is impossible - it's Rome's walk without Torah.



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    [IMG]pDXMjdT9[/IMG] July Moons

    Judging by the Moons in July there were 3 that could be a full Moon. How to decide which is exactly the Full Moon? Just go by what some internet guru moon chart maker says?

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    July Moons moon calendar july 2022 - Bing images

    Judging by the Moons in July there were 3 that could be a full Moon. How to decide which is exactly the Full Moon? Just go by what some internet guru moon chart maker says?
    moon calendar july 2022 - Bing images Don't use bing images as they have imposssibly long addresses. So much for their browser Microsoft Edge

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivan88 View Post

    Judging by the Moons in July there were 3 that could be a full Moon. How to decide which is exactly the Full Moon? Just go by what some internet guru moon chart maker says?
    There is only ONE full moon time. The moon is full at a precisely defined instant, when the moon is exactly 180 degrees opposite the sun. Its that feature of a full moon the fact that its opposite the sun as viewed from Earth that causes a full moon to look full and round. In the southern hemisphere, illumination of the Moon increases from the left to the right side in the waxing phase and the dark part increases in coverage from left to right in the waning phase, which is opposite of the northern hemisphere.

    That said, if it's not full, one side will not be defined, blurry, not precise as the outline for the rest of the moon. A full moon does "rule the night" when it arrives as the sun sets, not too soon, not too late. Stays all night and is actually face to face with the sunrise in the morning. I'm fortunate to have a nice spot just up the road to witness that spectacle.

    If you could hold a perfect circle still between you and the moon, superimposing over it, you could tell if one side was fuzzy and not defined. I've never needed glasses and live at 4300', so I can easily tell without such an aid.
    "The one who says he stays in Him is indebted to walk, even as He walked." 1Jn 2:6

    Without Torah, His walk is impossible - it's Rome's walk without Torah.



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    Thanks, Off-Grid. Compelling, to be sure! Good explanation. So, does the first sighting of the full moon in the evening start the month with the first night being the beginning of it, or does the month start after the moon has ruled the night and the Sun comes up, starting the first day of the month? Days still start and end at sunset, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmatic View Post
    Thanks, Off-Grid. Compelling, to be sure! Good explanation. So, does the first sighting of the full moon in the evening start the month with the first night being the beginning of it, or does the month start after the moon has ruled the night and the Sun comes up, starting the first day of the month? Days still start and end at sunset, right?
    Our next full moons are:

    Aug 11
    6:36 P.M. This will be full and spectacular and defined as the sun sets and it rises, next morning, blow the shofar....the full moon DAY has come!

    Sep 10
    2:58 A.M. This will fall short of ruling the night and would not be face to face with the sun in the AM. Thus, the next day.

    DAYS begin at DAYbreak and end at sunset. Gen 1:5 And Elohiym called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night.
    "The one who says he stays in Him is indebted to walk, even as He walked." 1Jn 2:6

    Without Torah, His walk is impossible - it's Rome's walk without Torah.



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    So, Sept. 11th is the first day of the seventh month?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmatic View Post
    So, Sept. 11th is the first day of the seventh month?
    My mistake. The 10th as the moon would be full before sunrise. Don't know what I was thinking as it certainly would present the face to face morning needed to verify. Sorry! I'm caffeinated now...LOL
    "The one who says he stays in Him is indebted to walk, even as He walked." 1Jn 2:6

    Without Torah, His walk is impossible - it's Rome's walk without Torah.



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    OK, so, Sunrise of the 10th of Sept, begins the first DAY of the seventh month! Got it! Thanks Will see how God confirms, Lord willing.

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    https://www.calendar-12.com/moon_calendar/2022/august This Moon chart shows
    the August Full Moon to be both the 11th & the 12th.

    This one says only One Full Moon on the 12th: https://mooncalendar.astro-seek.com/...ar-august-2022

    https://www.calendardate.com/moon_ph...022/august.php August 11 is 99% full and the 12th is 100% .

    Now what if one cannot see the Moon that night, his neighbors don't care, can't see the computer Moon gurus or they don't agree.? We can guess? Used to be in the newspaper in the weather section. How about the highest tide that month?

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