The Birth of MESSIAH
YHWH was announced
but not the birth of
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?
The easiest way to answer the question is just to translate back into Hebrew the
name of the newborn which is given to the shepherds by the Angels.
Luke 1:26 EMTV
Now in the sixth month the angel Gabriel was sent by God to a city of Galilee named
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 to learn that, by comparison, ‘the
LORD|the Lord’ = YHWH in all the translations of the
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 after the sixteenth 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
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!
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
of the Birth of
Jesus was born in end of May to beginning of June! Luke 1:26
CLARIFYING LUKE 2:2
Luke never wrote that the Census he was
referring to was the census of Cyrenius in Luke
2:2. The Greek sentence does not say that. So
much controversy because of myopia!
Translators had once a while chosen to translate a particular
Greek sentence as they see fit and not according to the
dictation of the Greek manuscript. Matthew 28:1 is one of the
examples where translators chose to force the verse to say
that the women went to the sepulchre of Jesus on ‘the first
day of the week’ even though the Greek sentence clearly
says rather that they went on ‘the first of the Sabbaths’,
which is a Saturday. Other versions stay faithful to the Greek
of said verse.
The same disregard is also evident for Luke 2:2 where
translators force the verse to say that the Census that Luke
was referring to was that of Cyrenius. The Greek sentence
does not say that, if those translators would care to properly
place the verb and the superlative where they belong in a
translation. So, when the verb is properly placed in a
translation, the verse correctly reads:
‘This very enrollment was made way before (‘prote’
which translates to ‘most before’ and which requires
the genitive case [OF] in the Greek sentence) of the
governing of the Syria of Cyrenius’. Luke 2:2 ACLT
MARCH 5, 2021