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Nisan - the first month on the Hebrew calendar

 

1anissanbig.jpgAbib-Aviv also called Nisan is the first month on the Hebrew calendar. It falls around the month of March or April according to the Gregorian calendar.

Exodus 12:1-2 declares; Now the Lord spoke to Moses and Aaron in the Land of Egypt, saying, This month shall be your beginning of months; it shall be the first month of the year to you.

In the Torah it is called the month of the Aviv, referring to the month in which barley was ripe, (The month which initiates and relates nature into the physical state of it's female attribute.

Nisan standing for Judah and the Zodiac sign of Nisan called Aries.

The name Nisan was adopted during the writing of the Jewish Oral law when the Jews was in the captivity of Babylon.

Nisan is the month in which the energies of redemption, salvation, liberation and freedom are released into the earthly atmosphere.

The word "Nissan" roots from the hebrew word called Nes, the hebrew word ''nes'' means miracle.

In the 1st day of the month of Nisan, the building of the Tabernacle of God was completed in Exodus 40:1-38. On the 14th of this same month, the children of Israel were delivered from the captivity of Egypt after they had sacrificed a Lamb unto to God Exodus 12:1-23.

On the 14th (passover), in the month of Nisan, Yeshua The Messiah was crucified as a Lamb on the cross, and all the nations of the world were reconciled back to God via His death and resurrection.

On the 14th (Passover) in the month of Nisan, the walls of Jericho which were blocking the children of Israel from entering into their promised land came trembling down (Joshua 5:9-10).

In the month of Nisan (spring time) during the feast of unleavened bread, the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah were destroyed by the wrath of God Genesis 19:1-29.

Article written by Apostle Ngabo for Conscious lifestyle.

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