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Passover PROVES Lunar Sabbaths

Passover occurs on the 14th day of the 1st month every year. I will show that the 10th, 14th, and 16th days of the 1st month are always commanded work days. The 10th day of the 1st month is the day that a lamb is selected. It must be cared for until the 14th day. Now sheepherders will simply take a lamb from their flocks. But others such as fishermen or carpenters may not have lambs, so they will need to purchase a lamb, and a sheepherder will in turn need to sell a lamb on this 10th day. We all know that there is no buying and selling on the Sabbath. But unfortunately for those that keep the Sabbath on a continuous cycle of weeks, the Sabbath will inevitably fall on this 10th day from time to time. This is a problem for Saturday Sabbath keepers. The 10th day is the commanded day for this lamb to be selected. No other day is authorized to do so. It must be a work day every single year. Only lunar Sabbaths can satisfy this requirement.

The 14th day of the 1st month is always the preparation day to the 1st day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread. This requires work, therefore it must always be a work day every single year. But once again, the lunar Sabbath is the only way to satisfy this requirement.

The 16th day of the 1st month is always Firstfruits. This day requires work because harvesting is required. This is therefore a commanded work day every single year. But once again, the lunar Sabbath is the only way to satisfy this requirement. 

Saturday Sabbath keepers have no answer for this. There Sabbath day often times will likely fall on one of these commanded work days. So are they to rest as their Sabbath requires, or are they to work as the Passover requires? This is not how God operates. The lunar Sabbath always falls on the 15th day of the month. This fits perfectly with the annual Sabbath of Unleavened Bread and it never interferes with the commanded work days of the 10th, 14th, or 16th of the 1st month. This is once again, just one more way of proving conclusively the lunar Sabbath as the proper way of reckoning God's weekly rest day. 
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