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The 8 Days Of Creation PROVES Lunar Sabbaths

In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. Gen. 1:1

What day did God create the heavens and the earth? Genesis 1:1 says "In the beginning." This phrase comes from the word "re'shiyth" which is defined as the following: first, beginning, best, chief. Therefore God created heaven and earth in the chief day, or first day. A day or "yom" is simply a space of time. There was a space of time BEFORE the 1st work day of the week in which God created the heavens and the earth. So there was one day before the first 7 day week in which God created the heavens and the earth. So the 7th day of the week in which God rested was actually the 8th space of time, or day.

Day 1 - God created the heavens and the earth.

Day 2-7 - God worked on this creation and these are days 1 through 6 of the first work week

Day 8 - God rested. This is the 7th day of the first week, yet the 8th space of time, or day.

This perfectly aligns with the pattern of the new moon day being the 1st day of every month and the first week beginning on the 2nd day of the month. It also aligns with the 7th day Sabbaths being on the 8th, 15th, 22nd, and 29th days of the month. The new moon is represented by the dark phase of the moon at conjunction. This is why Genesis 1:2 states; "And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters." There was no light. The day of the new moon represents the day in which God created the heavens and the earth while there was only darkness and no light.

Then God said, “Let there be light”; and there was light. God saw that the light was good; and God separated the light from the darkness. God called the light day, and the darkness He called night. And there was evening and there was morning, one day. Gen. 1:3-5

So now God proceeds to count the six work days and the 7th day Sabbath of rest. Before God created the light and divided it from the darkness, there was a space of time called a day. Gen. 1:3-5 is day one of the week, but it is the 2nd space of time, or day of the first month. It does not specify that this is the first day of creation or the first day of the week. But we already know that there was a space of time prior to this day. When the light was brought forth and divided from the darkness it created evening and morning. This evening and morning was one day. And we know that heaven and earth were not created within this time frame, but instead within a time frame prior to this.

Why would God start the very first day of creation on any day other than the first day of the year and the first day of the month? To suggest that creation was only 7 days is to suggest that God created the first day of existence on the 2nd day of the month because that is when the first week starts, the 2nd day of the month.That would not make sense.

Now how about Genesis 2:2 that states: And on the seventh day God ended his work which he had made; and he rested on the seventh day from all his work which he had made.

Here we see 2 different 7th days in view. God ended his work on the 7th day of the month, which is the 6th work day of the week. God then rested on the 7th day of the week, which is the 8th day of the month. God could not possibly have ended his work on the 7th day Sabbath and broke his own pattern. This is the only way that Gen. 2:2 makes sense. Lunar Sabbaths solves this mystery of Gen. 2:2.

Conclusion

The creation week does not disprove lunar Sabbath. The creation week PROVES lunar Sabbaths when you examine it closely and without bias. The pattern of creation is perfectly consistent with how every month begins in God's calendar.

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