When Was Jesus Christ Born

God’s calendar is never disorganized or accidental.

When we take the time to do our own studies and research on God’s plan for mankind, we will find that God’s calendar is perfect and everything happens at the right time and in the right season. Even from day of Jesus’ birth to day of Jesus’ death, to the day of Jesus’ resurrection.  It was all done according to God’s calendar, His timing and to His schedule.

Gen 1:14 KJV
And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years:

But man, has done everything in his power, to try and stop us in getting to know the truth.

Jesus was born on Tishri 1 of the Hebrew calendar Rosh Ha- Shanah (Rosh Hashanah). This date makes more sense to me than the date which was given, of 25 December. But when one takes the time to research for themselves; one can only stand in awe at the precision of God’s timetable.

We have been so programmed to believe that Jesus Christ was born on the 25 December, that when someone comes along and says something differently, people put their guard up and have endless problems in taking the time to listen, nor to take the time to understand nor to do the research, but instead making more and more of excuses for not wanting to listen, learn and understand, and will probably end up saying something on the lines of, “As long as Jesus Christ was born, it doesn’t matter on what date”

Truth matters, and when we take the time to learn God’s calendar, His timing, one can only stand in awe at His plan and at the exact precision and timing in the way that He does things, right to very birth, to the very death and to the resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ. Everything was precisely orchestrated under this divine schedule, rather than to an haphazard schedule of man on how he tries to present it.

It beats me why so many Christians, Pastors & Teachers do not take stand on this, but instead continue to make endless excuses to hide their errors rather then to correct them, rather than to humble themselves to walk in the light of the truth.

I see that during this month they call December, would be an excellent opportunity for believers to stand together to show and help others in understanding these truths.