The Bible has the patterns, or blueprint, of when Jesus was conceived, when He was born, and perhaps will return, and his sacrifice. They’re laid out in the feasts given to Moses.
Because I have to get ready for work, I’ll add some detail when I get home, so stay tuned and don’t touch that dial.
In short, He was born in the fall, first day of the one week, 8 day Feast of Tabernacles or Booths, known also as Sukkot. Being the Lamb of God, He died on Friday, the day before the high holy day of that year’s Passover, Saturday and Sabbath, giving up His spirit (voluntarily) at the precise hour lambs were being slaughtered in the temple — 3pm. That’s why they had to rush him to the tomb before sundown.
The scripture gives us the timing between Elizabeth and Mary. Counting backward, the Light of the World came to us in Mary’s womb during Chanukah, a festival added only a few years before Jesus’ arrival and is also called The Feast of Lights.
Got it? Light of the world, Feast of Lights?
Therefore, December has great meaning associated with the coming of our savior. But once again, through good ol’ Constantine’s hatred of the Jews, the date and the perception were manipulated to eliminate the real meaning and circumstance in order to de-Jew Christianity.
He was conceived in December. He was born in the fall. Consider also the feast of Trumpets is shortly before Tabernacles. During Trumpets one of them the Trump of God.
“When the trumpet of the Lord shall sound and time shall be no more, when the roll is called up yonder, I’ll be there.”
We gentiles don’t have all the answers. We are the grafted ones, the adopted. It’s about time we paid attention to our Root.