posted on Dec, 2 2008 @ 07:32 PM
I desire not to offend another's religion but, if its not evident in your every day life
read this and know, He is God, the Only God, YOUR God. Like it or not.
Jewish Holy Days: The Making of a Baby
By J. R. Church
Zola Levitt discovered an amazing correlation between Jewish Holy Days
and the gestation of a human baby, from conception to birth. While
preparing for writing a book for new parents, Zola contacted a
gynecologist for some help in understanding gestation. During that
session, the gynecologist showed him a series of pictures, pointed to
the first one (an egg and a sperm) and said, "On the fourteenth day of
the first month, the egg appears." The statement struck a chord in his
Jewish mind because that was the date of Passover. He remembered the
roasted egg on his family table every Passover. Now, for the first time,
he knew what it meant! Not wanting to lead the gynecologist off from the
subject at hand, he didn’t say anything, but continued to listen.
The gynecologist continued: "The egg must be fertilized within 24 hours,
or it will pass on." This reminded Zola of the Feast of Unleavened Bread
and the seed or grain that "fell into the ground and died" in order to
produce a harvest, the firstfruits of which was presented to God. Next,
the gynecologist said, "Within two to six days, the fertilized egg
attaches itself to the wall of the womb and begins to grow." And, sure
enough, the Jewish evangelist thought, "The Feast of Firstfruits is
observed anywhere from two to six days after Passover!"
Next, he was shown a photo of an embryo showing arms, hands, fingers,
legs, feet, toes, a head, eyes, etc. The caption said, "Fifty days." The
gynecologist continued, "Around the fiftieth day, the embryo takes on
the form of a human being. Until then, we don’t know if we have a duck
or a tadpole." Zola thought, "That’s Pentecost!"
The next picture showed the embryo at seven months. The
gynecologistsaid, "On the first day of the seventh month, the baby’s
hearing is developed. For the first time, it can hear and distinguish
sounds outside the womb." Zola knew that was the date for the Jewish
Festival of Trumpets.
The gynecologist continued, "On the tenth day of the seventh month, the
hemoglobin of the blood changes from that of the mother, to a
self-sustaining baby." Zola thought, "That’s the Day of Atonement, when
the blood was taken into the Holy of holies!"
Next, the gynecologist said, "On the fifteenth day of the seventh month,
the lungs become fully developed. If born before then, the baby would
have a hard time breathing." And Zola thought, "That’s the festival of
Tabernacles, a time of celebrating the Temple, home of the Shekinah
glory or Spirit of God." In the New Testament, the Greek term pneuma,
normally translated as "breath," is applied to the "Holy Spirit."
Birth takes place on the tenth day of the ninth month. Eight days after
birth, in Jewish families, a son is circumcised. Zola noted that the
eight days of Hanukkah are celebrated right on schedule, nine months and
ten days after Passover.
No human being could have understood the gestation period 3,500 years
ago. The establishment of the Jewish Holy Days was given to Moses by
Jehovah, Himself. Its correlation with the human gestation period is not
only remarkable; it proves "Intelligent Design." It proves the existence
of an intelligence beyond this world. It proves that there is a Creator
God that guides the affairs of man.