40 Days And 40 Nights in the Bible - Proof Against the Evening to Evening Day Reckoning

January 24, 2017
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If we don't know when the Day (Light) starts and ends we won't know when the year starts according to the calendar given to Hanoch (Enoch). That's why correct Day (Light) and Night (Darkness) reckoning is so important. I've written about the division of Day (Light) and Night (Darkness) in my article titled Evening to Evening - NOT According to Genesis (When Does The Day Start) and in this post I'm bringing up more excruciating evidence against the Evening to Evening Pagan Babylonian, Pharisee Day reckoning.

If a Day is 24 hours according to the Pharisee Evening to Evening Day reckoning we'd have to conclude the following:

40 days (40 days + 40 nights) + 40 nights = 40 days and 80 nights

Does this make any sense at all? No! Yahuah divided the Day from the Darkness and woe to those who mix the two together! The Day is from Morning to Evening, and the Night is separate from the Day. That's why we read 40 Days and 40 Nights because Day and Night is separate!

Eliyahu (Elijah) Going to Mount Horeb

He looked, and behold, there was at his head a cake baked on the coals, and a jar of water. He ate and drank, and lay down again. Yahuah’s angel came again the second time, and touched him, and said, “Arise and eat, because the journey is too great for you.” He arose, and ate and drank, and went in the strength of that food forty days and forty nights to Horeb, God’s Mountain.

- 1 Kings 19:6-8

If a Day is 24 hours according to the Pharisee Evening to Evening Day reckoning we'd have to conclude the following:

40 days (40 days + 40 nights) + 40 nights = 40 days and 80 nights

Does this make any sense at all? No! Yahuah divided the Day from the Darkness and woe to those who mix the two together! The Day is from Morning to Evening, and the Night is separate from the Day. That's why we read 40 Days and 40 Nights because Day and Night is separate! The Evening to Evening Pagan day reckoning mixes the two together. Woe to those!

Moshe (Moses) on Mount Sinai

Moses entered into the middle of the cloud, and went up on the mountain; and Moses was on the mountain forty days and forty nights.

- Exodus 24:18

Yahuah said to Moses, “Write you these words: for in accordance with these words I have made a covenant with you and with Israel.”
He was there with Yahuah forty days and forty nights; he neither ate bread, nor drank water. He wrote on the tablets the words of the covenant, the ten commandments.

- Exodus 34:27-28

If a Day is 24 hours according to the Pharisee Evening to Evening Day reckoning we'd have to conclude the following:

40 days (40 days + 40 nights) + 40 nights = 40 days and 80 nights

Does this make any sense at all? No! Yahuah divided the Day from the Darkness and woe to those who mix the two together! The Day is from Morning to Evening, and the Night is separate from the Day. That's why we read 40 Days and 40 Nights because Day and Night is separate! The Evening to Evening Pagan day reckoning mixes the two together. Woe to those!

Jonah in the Fish

Yahuah prepared a great fish to swallow up Jonah, and Jonah was in the belly of the fish three days and three nights.

Jonah 1:17

If a Day is 24 hours according to the Pharisee Evening to Evening Day reckoning we'd have to conclude the following:

3 days (3 days + 3 nights) + 3 nights = 3 days and 6 nights

Does this make any sense at all? No! Yahuah divided the Day from the Darkness and woe to those who mix the two together! The Day is from Morning to Evening, and the Night is separate from the Day. That's why we read 3 Days and 3 Nights because Day and Night is separate! The Evening to Evening Pagan day reckoning mixes the two together. Woe to those!

I could go on and bring up more examples but why? If you want to understand it you will.

I’m Barnabas, a servant of Yahuah, who loves writing songs and speaking about the truth. Together with my lovely wife I run a small homestead where we raise free range organic chicken, ducks and turkey. We also have a garden where we grow seasonal vegetable. Read more