Many people say that the messiah was born on December 25th but is this the true day or month? They call this day Christmas. On this pagan holiday they open gifts, eat food, party and get drunk. None of these activities have anything to do with the celebration of his birth! Yahweh never told us to celebrate Yahshua's birth. You also cannot find Christmas in any of the 66 books of the bible. Today we will be showing you that Yahshua was not born in this time of the year.
In 1 Chronicles 24:1 Aaron had 4 sons,Nadab,Abihu,Eleazar and Ithamar. Nadab and Abihu died before their father and before they had children because they offered strange fire. Eleazar's sons had more chief men than Ithamar's sons so they were divided. Eleazar had sixteen and Ithamar had eight. So there were 24 chosen men. All these men had a course to fulfil. There were 24 courses. Each man had one course. A course was one week therefore 4 courses would make a month. In Luke 1 Herod was the king of Judea at the time. The priest named Zechariah of the course of Abiyah had a wife. Her name was Elisabeth and she was one of the daughters of Aaron. They were both righteous and were keeping the commandments and ordinances of Yahweh. Elisabeth couldn’t make children because she was old. While Zechariah was fulfilling his course which was to go into the temple of Yahweh and burn incense, an angel of Yahweh told Zechariah that Yahweh heard his prayer and his wife would bring forth a child. The angel's name was Gabriel. He was not able to speak until his wife conceived because he didn’t believe what the angel was telling him. She hid herself for five months to take away her reproach from men. In the sixth month the angel, Gabriel, was sent by Elohim to a virgin in Nazareth whose name was Miriam. Her husband's name was Joseph and he was out of the house of David. Luke 1:31-33 states "and behold you shall conceive in your womb, and bring forth a son, and shall call his name YAHSHUA and he shall be great, and he shall be called the son of the most high: and Yahweh shall give to him the throne of his father David and he shall reign over the house of Jacob forever; and of his kingdom there shall be no end." Elisabeth was Miriam's cousin. Miriam went to her cousin's house to tell her of the good news. When Elisabeth heard the salutation of Miriam, the babe leaped in her womb; and Elisabeth was filled with the holy spirit. The courses began on Passover. Passover would've begun roughly in the month of April that year. Zechariah was fulfilling the eighth course, the eighth course would've begun in the month of June. During June Zechariah was told that his wife was going to bring forth a child. When Elisabeth was told that, she hid herself for five months. Therefore John would've been born in March. Back to where we left off with Elisabeth and Miriam. Miriam stayed with her cousin for three months. Because Miriam was told when Elisabeth was six months pregnant and she stayed with her for three months. Elisabeth broth forth John in the month of March. In the month of March, Miriam would've been three months pregnant so the estimated month that Yahshua would've been born is September because three plus six is nine and the ninth month would've been September. At the time everyone was being taxed. Joseph went from Nazareth to Bethlehem Judea. After Miriam gave birth to him she wrapped Yahshua in swaddling clothes and LAID HIM IN A MANGER because there was no room in the inn. Many people said that the messiah was born in a manger. A manger would've been too small for Miriam to bring forth her child in. An inn was a place to lounge or where they would break their journey and stay there. There was no more so she laid him in a manger.People wrap lights around a tree but don't know of it's pagan origin.In the old testament an indispensable part of Baal's worship involved the asherah. The asherah was a sacred tree stem or pole.These asherah were used by the Cannanites. The green tree is mentioned thirteen times in the scriptures and in every instance it is linked to idolatry. Jeremiah 10:2-4 states "For the customs of the peoples are vanity;for one cuts a tree out of the forest,the work of the hands of the workman with the axe. They deck it with silver and with gold;they fasten it with nails ad hammers,that it moves not."This shows that this custom started from centuries ago.What about the lights and bulbs on the tree?The ancients were very concerned about the dead vegetation in December and the waning of the sun. Fir trees were always green, symbolic of life, and to the ancients represented immortality in a dead world. They were often set on fire to portray and beckon back the sun, hence the modern practice of stringing trees with Christmas lights and round bulbs and balls. Ultimately, the Christmas evergreen springs from that old Babylonian, Nimrod. It represents the resurrected and reincarnated man-deity. “Now the Yule Log is the dead stock of Nimrod, deified as the sun-god, but cut down by his enemies; the Christmas tree is Nimrod redivivus – the slain god come to life again,”He was reborn as his son Tammuz.To bring the tree back to life they would put lights on it etc,to represent Nimrod coming back to life from the dead.Now unto the shepherds who were in the fields.At the time in the same country shepherds were abiding in the fields, there they were watching their flock by night. The sheep wouldn’t be in the fields during the month December when it is the season winter. In John 2:11 they were told that the messiah was born. John 2:11 states "for there is born to this day in the city of David of a saviour who is the messiah the sovereign" They were also told a sign which was in verse 12 which states "and this is the sign to you: you shall find a babe wrapped in swaddling clothes and lying in a manger. When the shepherds found Joseph Miriam and Yahshua they told them all that they had heard about the child but Miriam kept all the saying in her head and the shepherds went praising and glorifying and praising Yahweh for all the things that they had heard and see. This is the end of this literature we hope it informed u well that the messiah was not born on December 25th but most likely we believe that it would have been in the fall of the year which is before winter.