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The Birth of MESSIAH

YHWH was announced

but not of Jesus

THE ANNUNCIATION OF THE BIRTH OF THE

ONE TO BE KNOWN AS JESUS

We read that Angel Gabriel told Mary that she was going to conceive and to bear a holy Son (Luke 1:35) who was to be named Jesus (Luke 1:31). However, when Angel of YHWH|the LORD came to announce the birth of the holy Son, Angel of YHWH|the LORD did not tell the shepherds that Jesus was born. Rather, as we read in Luke 2:11, Angel of YHWH|the LORD announced to them the birth of MESSIAH YHWH in Hebrew OR CHRIST THE LORD in English.

Who was born under the name Jesus?

To answer the question just translate the name back into Hebrew. Luke 1:26 EMTV Now in the sixth month the angel Gabriel was sent by God to a city of Galilee named Nazareth, Luke 2:10-11 LITV (10) And the angel said to them, Do not fear. For, behold, I proclaim good news to you, a great joy, which will be to all people, (11) because today a Savior, who is Christ [MESSIAH] the Lord [YHWH], was born to you in the city of David. Note: Read Deut 6:4 for ‘the LORD|the Lord’ = YHWH in all the translations of the Hebrew Bible.

IN WHAT MONTH WAS JESUS BORN?

Based upon the standard nine month [gestation] for birth, we can accurately calculate the month of birth of Jesus, which is the tenth month after the nine months long pregnancy. Jesus could not have been born prematurely. I stand behind that statement not because I was there, but based on the requirement of a perfect lamb for the sacrifice. If the Julian would be the same as the Hebrew Calendar, and Jesus was conceived in the sixth month (JUNE), He would have been delivered, in keeping with the annunciation month, on the sixteenth (or fourth) month (APRIL) after the full term pregnancy in the Gregorian Calendar. Again, Jesus would have been born in April not in December. But, since the month of conception which is mentioned in the New Testament is in the Hebrew Calendar, we understand that the sixth month of conception in the Hebrew Calendar corresponds to end of the eighth month August to beginning of the ninth month September because Good Friday and Easter Sunday falls on end of of the third month March into the fourth month April. After nine months of pregnancy, from August or September, Jesus was born in end of May or June. For argument’s sake, in case of a late Easter, from end of April into May which implies an end of September into October, Jesus would have been born in end of June or in July. Remember that the extrapolation is based on the sixth month of the religious Hebrew Calendar which begins in the season of Abib. Therefore, considering all the Easter date calculations, arithmetically, we look for the birth of Jesus from end of May through early July, a summer timeline which is still very far from December. JESUS WAS BORN IN THE SUMMER! AT THE END OF MAY TOWARDS JUNE! YAY!
YHOSHUA | JESUS | YESHUA OF NAZARETH
And in vain they worship Me, teaching as doctrines the commandments of men. Mark 7:7 EMTV
WHERE CAN WE FIND OUT ALL ABOUT JESUS?

You search the Scriptures, for you think in them you have everlasting life.

And they are the ones witnessing concerning Me. John 5:39 LITV. Luke 24:44

The Announcement of the Birth of Jesus Christ And shepherds were in the same country, living in the fields and keeping watch over their flock by night. (9) And behold, an angel of the Lord [YHWH] stood before them, and the glory of the Lord [YHWH] shone around them, and they were greatly afraid. (10) Then the angel said to them, "Fear not, for behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy which will be to all people. (11) For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, who is Christ the Lord [YHWH]. (12) And this will be the sign to you: You will find a Baby wrapped in swaddling cloths, lying in a manger." Luke 2:8-12 EMTV
JESUS WAS BORN IN THE SUMMER FROM END OF MAY THROUGH BEGINNING OF JULY not DECEMBER WHEN WAS JESUS BORN?
Jesus was born in the summer months! Luke 1:26

The Census of Publius Sulpicius Quirinius (51 BC – 21 AD)

misunderstanding of Luke 2:2.

Caesar recorded his various censuses (of lustrum), according to the document Res Gestae, in his 6th consulship (28 BC), in the consulship of Gaius Censorinus and Gaius Asinius (8 BC), and in the consulship of Sextus Pompeius and Sextus Apuleius (14 CE). The Res Gestae which was written in 14 AD does not mention the Quirinius’s census of Syria when he became governor in 6 AD. The Res Gestae does not mention the census of the whole world and it gives account only of the Roman population. According to Wikipedia, Quirinius was consul in 12 BC and was actively engaged in combat from 12 BC to 1 BC. We also read that ‘a Roman officer who had served under him stating among other achievements: "By order of the same Quirinius I took a census of the city of Apamea”. In other words, Quirinius did not need to be governor of Syria to be commissioned to carry out a census. In 6 AD, he was not the only one sent for the census. He was sent with other helpers. Also, no name can be found as to who was in charge of Syria from 4BC-1 BC. It could have been Quirinius. Luke could not have mistaken the historical facts of his time to indicate that the Census took place in 6 AD. And if he would indicate that the census did take place in 6 AD we just have to go back and rectify our reckoning of time in the light of his categorical historical statement. The Bible is also a very old compilation of historical documents. What does the Greek sentence structure of Luke 2:2 actually convey? Compare Luke 2:2 with Matthew 4:3 for the placement of the Greek adverb ‘prote’ commanding the genitive in Luke 2:2 as exemplified by the placement of the word ‘breads’ which is before the verb in the Greek phrase ‘say that the stones these breads are’. So, ‘breads’ like ‘prote’ must be placed after the verb in reading the verse in the English language. Luke 2:2 does not say that the first ‘apographe’ was ‘in the leadership of the Syria of Quirinius’. Luke 2:2 reads: “this the ‘apographe prote was’ of the leadership of the Syria of Quirinius”. In the English sentence structure, Luke 2:2 reads ‘this the apographe was prote (before-most or first-most, a superlative, or way before) of the leadership of the Syria of Quirinius’. The lexicons indicate that the Greek ‘prote’ is the superlative of the Greek ‘pro’. If the Greek ‘pro’ means ‘first’ or ‘before’, the superlative ‘prote’ indicates something ‘way first’ or ‘way before’. Hence, the superlative ‘prote’ of the leadership of the Syria of Quirinius cannot mean or be the same as the ‘pro’ of the leadership of the Syria of Quirinius. ‘Prote’ refers to something before ‘pro’ in the verse. Hence, the ‘apographe’ which compelled the family of Jesus to go to Bethlehem is ‘prote’ to the ‘apographe’ of Quirinius. Why does Luke feel it necessary to make the comment of Luke 2:2? He simply wants to bring the attention to the fact that he is not referring to the subsequent apographe ‘of the leadership of Syria of Quirinius’ in 6 AD. There you have it. Luke 2:2 does not say that Jesus was born during the census which Quirinius took in or after 6 AD, when he became governor of Syria. In the contrary, Luke is emphasizing that he is not referring to the census of Quirinius.
WOYMAY
WHERE CAN WE FIND OUT ALL ABOUT JESUS?

You search the Scriptures, for you think in them you

have everlasting life. And they are the ones witnessing

concerning Me. John 5:39 LITV. Luke 24:44

The Birth of

MESSIAH YHWH

was announced

but not of Jesus

THE ANNUNCIATION OF THE

BIRTH OF THE ONE TO BE

KNOWN AS JESUS

We read that Angel Gabriel told Mary that she was going to conceive and to bear a holy Son (Luke 1:35) who was to be named Jesus (Luke 1:31). However, when Angel of YHWH|the LORD came to announce the birth of the holy Son, Angel of YHWH|the LORD did not tell the shepherds that Jesus was born. Rather, as we read in Luke 2:11, Angel of YHWH|the LORD announced to them the birth of MESSIAH YHWH in Hebrew OR CHRIST THE LORD in English.

Who was born under the name

Jesus?

To answer the question just translate the name back into Hebrew. Luke 1:26 EMTV Now in the sixth month the angel Gabriel was sent by God to a city of Galilee named Nazareth, Luke 2:10-11 LITV (10) And the angel said to them, Do not fear. For, behold, I proclaim good news to you, a great joy, which will be to all people, (11) because today a Savior, who is Christ [MESSIAH] the Lord [YHWH], was born to you in the city of David. Note: Read Deut 6:4 for ‘the LORD|the Lord’ = YHWH in all the translations of the Hebrew Bible.

IN WHAT MONTH WAS JESUS BORN?

Based upon the standard nine month [gestation] for birth, we can accurately calculate the month of birth of Jesus, which is the tenth month after the nine months long pregnancy. Jesus could not have been born prematurely. I stand behind that statement not because I was there, but based on the requirement of a perfect lamb for the sacrifice. If the Julian would be the same as the Hebrew Calendar, and Jesus was conceived in the sixth month (JUNE), He would have been delivered, in keeping with the annunciation month, on the sixteenth (or fourth) month (APRIL) after the full term pregnancy in the Gregorian Calendar. Again, Jesus would have been born in April not in December. But, since the month of conception which is mentioned in the New Testament is in the Hebrew Calendar, we understand that the sixth month of conception in the Hebrew Calendar corresponds to end of the eighth month August to beginning of the ninth month September because Good Friday and Easter Sunday falls on end of of the third month March into the fourth month April. After nine months of pregnancy, from August or September, Jesus was born in end of May or June. For argument’s sake, in case of a late Easter, from end of April into May which implies an end of September into October, Jesus would have been born in end of June or in July. Remember that the extrapolation is based on the sixth month of the religious Hebrew Calendar which begins in the season of Abib. Therefore, considering all the Easter date calculations, arithmetically, we look for the birth of Jesus from end of May through early July, a summer timeline which is still very far from December. JESUS WAS BORN IN THE SUMMER! AT THE END OF MAY TOWARDS JUNE! YAY!

The Announcement of the Birth of

Jesus Christ

And shepherds were in the same country, living in the fields and keeping watch over their flock by night. (9) And behold, an angel of the Lord [YHWH] stood before them, and the glory of the Lord [YHWH] shone around them, and they were greatly afraid. (10) Then the angel said to them, "Fear not, for behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy which will be to all people. (11) For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, who is Christ the Lord [YHWH]. (12) And this will be the sign to you: You will find a Baby wrapped in swaddling cloths, lying in a manger." Luke 2:8-12 EMTV
JESUS WAS BORN IN THE SUMMER FROM END OF MAY THROUGH BEGINNING OF JULY not DECEMBER WHEN WAS JESUS BORN?
YHOSHUA | JESUS | YESHUA OF nazarETH

The Census of Publius

Sulpicius Quirinius (51 BC –

21 AD) misunderstanding of

Luke 2:2.

Caesar recorded his various censuses (of lustrum), according to the document Res Gestae, in his 6th consulship (28 BC), in the consulship of Gaius Censorinus and Gaius Asinius (8 BC), and in the consulship of Sextus Pompeius and Sextus Apuleius (14 CE). The Res Gestae which was written in 14 AD does not mention the Quirinius’s census of Syria when he became governor in 6 AD. The Res Gestae does not mention the census of the whole world and it gives account only of the Roman population. According to Wikipedia, Quirinius was consul in 12 BC and was actively engaged in combat from 12 BC to 1 BC. We also read that ‘a Roman officer who had served under him stating among other achievements: "By order of the same Quirinius I took a census of the city of Apamea”. In other words, Quirinius did not need to be governor of Syria to be commissioned to carry out a census. In 6 AD, he was not the only one sent for the census. He was sent with other helpers. Also, no name can be found as to who was in charge of Syria from 4BC-1 BC. It could have been Quirinius. Luke could not have mistaken the historical facts of his time to indicate that the Census took place in 6 AD. And if he would indicate that the census did take place in 6 AD we just have to go back and rectify our reckoning of time in the light of his categorical historical statement. The Bible is also a very old compilation of historical documents. What does the Greek sentence structure of Luke 2:2 actually convey? Compare Luke 2:2 with Matthew 4:3 for the placement of the Greek adverb ‘prote’ commanding the genitive in Luke 2:2 as exemplified by the placement of the word ‘breads’ which is before the verb in the Greek phrase ‘say that the stones these breads are’. So, ‘breads’ like ‘prote’ must be placed after the verb in reading the verse in the English language. Luke 2:2 does not say that the first ‘apographe’ was ‘in the leadership of the Syria of Quirinius’. Luke 2:2 reads: “this the ‘apographe prote was’ of the leadership of the Syria of Quirinius”. In the English sentence structure, Luke 2:2 reads ‘this the apographe was prote (before-most or first-most, a superlative, or way before) of the leadership of the Syria of Quirinius’. The lexicons indicate that the Greek ‘prote’ is the superlative of the Greek ‘pro’. If the Greek ‘pro’ means ‘first’ or ‘before’, the superlative ‘prote’ indicates something ‘way first’ or ‘way before’. Hence, the superlative ‘prote’ of the leadership of the Syria of Quirinius cannot mean or be the same as the ‘pro’ of the leadership of the Syria of Quirinius. ‘Prote’ refers to something before ‘pro’ in the verse. Hence, the ‘apographe’ which compelled the family of Jesus to go to Bethlehem is ‘prote’ to the ‘apographe’ of Quirinius. Why does Luke feel it necessary to make the comment of Luke 2:2? He simply wants to bring the attention to the fact that he is not referring to the subsequent apographe ‘of the leadership of Syria of Quirinius’ in 6 AD. There you have it. Luke 2:2 does not say that Jesus was born during the census which Quirinius took in or after 6 AD, when he became governor of Syria. In the contrary, Luke is emphasizing that he is not referring to the census of Quirinius.