5. There are two day of new moon celebration for some months that prove the Sabbath is
not every seven days.  There are examples in both the OT and the NT.
Scripture proves the Calendar of Creation:
There is a two day new moon in the OT:

It was on the 29th day of the month that David said to Jonathan, “Tomorrow was the new moon.”  (
I Samuel 20:5,
Jonathan agreed in verse
18)  David understood that there would be two days of feasting (Day 30 and Day 1) which
is why he requested that Jonathan come into field to shoot the arrows on the third day (the day following the second
day of the new moon celebration).  David knew that the king would expect him for the two days in question, and he
was right.  The king ignored his absence the first day thinking him unclean or something, but was wroth when he
was not there the second day -
1 Samuel 20:24-30.  The underlying Hebrew in 1 Samuel 20:27, 34 where it says
2nd day of the month literally means the 2nd day of the chodesh or new moon (celebration) not the 2nd day of the
month as translated.  (I asked a Hebrew student).  This man didn’t just convince me by his answer.  Nature did.  
Nature is the first gospel.  There are sometimes one dark day after the last Sabbath of the month, sometimes two.  
Here is this calendar puzzle on paper.










Jonathan and David agreed upon the 29th day of the month.  David was not at the Kings table on the 30th, nor on
the 1st.  Jonathan shot his arrows on the 2nd.  When there are two days of new moon celebration, the second is
always the first day of the new month.

I can send you no "verification" other than to the Word itself.  I have never seen a single study on this point, other
than one in opposition to it.  Here is the paper trail.

1.  In Scripture, the months ALL used to be 30 days in length, for a total of a 360 lunar/solar year.  The luni-solar
year was originally 360 days long.  Twelve 30 day months = 360 day year.  Here is the evidence for this.
 Genesis
7:11
says that the flood began on the 17th day of the second month.  Genesis 8:4 says the water prevailed upon
the face of the earth until the 17th day of the seventh month.  That is 5 months.  
Genesis 7:24 and 8:3 say that the
water prevailed upon the earth for 150 days.  150 divided by 5 = 30.  So there were 5 consecutive 30 day months in
Scripture, which is not possible with the current relationship between the earth and moon.  So, we have solid
Scriptural proof that the months were all 30 days in length.  The lunar cycle is now 29.5 days rather than 30 day in
length.  Which equates to some months being 29 days long, some being 30 days long.
It was not until YHVH dented His clock that there were 29 day months.  I personally believe this dent occurred in
Hezekiah's time.  Feel free to ask more about this dent.

2.  The dark phase is new moon, considering that MANY ancient and scholarly resources reveal that Israel
observed the Sabbaths on the quarter phases of the moon.  If you start from the first visible crescent, the Sabbaths
will never line up with the quarter phases, being a 1-2 day(s) late every week, unless you count the new moon as
the first day of the week.

3.  
Ezekiel 46:1 tells us that the new moon CANNOT be counted as a week day, the gate to the inner court being
shut all 6 working days, open on Sabbath and new moon.  So the only way to count the lunar cycle and have the
three different types of day be marked off with 3 different phases (AND have the Sabbaths announced by the
quarter phases) is for the dark phase to be new moon.  The illuminated phase to be for the work week, of which the
quarter phases announce the Sabbaths.

4.  Count the month this way, and the Sabbaths will always be on the 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th days of the month.  
Interestingly, these are the only dates that any weekly Sabbaths fall on in Scripture.  Sometimes there are 2 dark
days after the last Sabbath of the month.  The only way to ALWAYS have a one day new moon is for there to only
be ONE dark day after the 29th day of the month.  That single dark day would be the first day of the new month.  
Day 29 followed by day one.  When there are two dark days (the moon is not illuminated) after the 29th day of the
month, what do YOU do with them?

5.  When there is only one dark day after the 29th day of the month, conjunction took place on the 29th, followed by
one day of the dark phase of the moon.  When there are two days of the dark phase after the 29th of the month,
conjunction will have taken place on the day AFTER the 29th.  Because conjunction splits a day in half (the first
part being in the old month, the last part after conjunction being in the new month), what month does this day
belong in?  Old or new?  It is part of the old month because it BEGAN in the old month.  A day cannot be part old
month and part new month at the same time.  The moon is in an elliptical orbit, meaning that conjunction will never
(rarely) take place at dawn, when a new day and a new month could begin at the same moment.  So the first of two
dark days is day 30 of the old month.

This is exactly the scenario found in
I Samuel 20.  When it says second day of the month, the Hebrew is second
day of chodesh.  The first meaning of chodesh is new moon (renewal), it only means month by implication.  In
David's day, the clock had not yet been dented, so every month was 30 days in length.  This is why Saul expected
him for two days because every new moon celebration was a two day event.

There is also a two day new moon in the NT:

Acts 20:5-7.  Paul took five days to get to Troas after the last day of Unleavened Bread, which is Abib 21.  So he
arrived on the 26th day of Abib then stayed 7 days.

We know that passover is on the 6th day of the Israelite week (Mark 15:42, Luke 23:54, John 19:31), not only is it
called the preparation, it is followed by the 15th (the weekly Sabbath and first day of Unleavened Bread).  Here is a
Gregorian calendar model with Abib 14 and Abib 15 in the appropriate places...












Please read Acts 20:5-7 and put these dates on the calendar.  Paul left probably on the evening of the 21st (said
he left after the days of Unleavened Bread) but he could have left after the Sabbath (the 22nd).  All that is
necessary is for him to arrive in Troas 5 days after the last day of UB.  The number of travel days are not
mentioned, and not necessary to know.  Unleavened Bread is over on the 21st "day" of the first month.  He arrived
at Troas in 5 days after the last day of the feast (the 21st) so arrived on the 26th of Abib.  And at Troas they abode
7 days (26-27-28-29-30-1-2) and he preached until midnight on the last night of his stay, departing on the morrow
(the 3rd).

Is the 2nd of the month (above) the first day of the week?  No, it is the 3rd day of the week.

So, since that little exercise disproved their counterfeit calendar model, some try to manipulate the calendar so Paul
CAN leave on the first day of the week.  Here is what THAT calendar model looks like...

                                        










They say that Passover (Abib 14) must have taken place on a wednesday, forcing the weekly Sabbath to take place
on the 17th.  Now when Paul leaves on the evening of the 21st, arriving in Troas in 5 days (Abib 26), and abodes
there 7 days, (26-27-28-29-30-1-2) ready to depart on the morrow, the night he preached was actually the first day
of the week (at least on this calendar).  That is one problem, but there is another.  Can you spot the problem?  It is
highlighted in red (Abib 10). Abib 10 floats around on the Roman calendar.  

If the 17th is the Sabbath of any month, so is the 10th.  Do you remember what happened on Abib 10?  The 10th
day of Abib is a work/commerce day, the day to set aside the Passover Lamb.  If you did not own a lamb, you had to
go and purchase one on THIS particular day

The 14th day of Abib is always the preparation day for first day of Unleavened Bread.  Matt. 27:62, Mark 15:42,
Luke 23:54--24:1, John 19:14, 31, 42—John 20:1.  Abib 14 floats on the Roman calendar.  The fact is that the 10th,
14th and 16th of Abib (which also floats around on the Roman calendar) are, without exception, commanded work
days.  The barley could be harvested on the 16th after the Wave Sheaf had been offered,
Leviticus 23:9-14.  

If there is a continuous 7 day cycle, every few years either the 10th, 14th, and 16th will fall on a satyrday.  
Evidence: Abib 10 fell on a satyrday in 2003.  The 14th fell on satyrday in 2004 and 2008.  The 16th fell on a
satyrday in 2002, 2006 and 2009.  There is no legislation provided to do these tasks a day early or late, these work
dates are fixed.  And YHVH never has Israel do common work on a rest day.  He is not the Author of confusion.

Isn’t it interesting how the Father maneuvered His commanded work days in such a fashion that they would totally
disrupt and destroy all the calendars of apostate man?  So, would you like to see how Abib 15 CAN be the Sabbath
and Paul CAN preach on the first day of the week?  No problem.  The days of the week are numbered above the
table below, the new moon days are listed separately as a third category of day...

        
   1         2        3        4         5        6        7










These going before tarried for us at Troas.
And we sailed away from Philippi after the days of unleavened bread, and came unto them to Troas in five days;
where we abode seven days.
And upon the first day of the week, when the disciples came together to break bread, Paul preached unto them,
ready to depart on the morrow; and continued his speech until midnight
. Acts 20:5-7

The only way for Paul to arrive in Troas on the 26th, be in Troas for 7 days and speak until midnight of the first day
of the week ready to depart on the morrow is if there is a two day new moon.  Day 30 and day 1 (the 2 days of a 2
day new moon celebration) would not be counted against the week.  Look above and count ‘em: 26, 27, 28, 29, 30,
1, 2 (that’s seven days) as he was going to depart on the morrow, and day 2 MUST be the first day of the week in
order for this to work.  This passage is a stumbling block for the Gregorian calendar as there is no way to "create"
or force the end of the 7 day stay to fall on the first day of the week successfully.  If you think of a way, go ahead
and try.  I will await your assessment.

Here the new moon days are a third category of day, not counting against the week (JUST like Ezekiel 46:1 says),
and Passover (Abib 14) can be the preparation day for the Sabbath of Abib 15, the first day of Unleavened Bread,
and Paul can preach on the first day of the week, ready to depart on the morrow.  Unleavened Bread is over on the
21st "day" of the first month.  Paul arrived at Troas in 5 days (arriving on the 26th of Abib).  And at Troas they
above 7 days (26-27-28-29-30-1-2) and he preached until midnight on the last night of his stay, departing on the
morrow (the 3rd).

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