The new moon in its original meaning of the first crescent marks the beginning of the month in lunisolar calendars such as the Hebrew calendar.
The new moon also stands for Rosh Chodesh in Hebrew, which means – Head of the month
There are twelve months on the Hebrew God’s calendar.
Each Hebrew month begins with a new moon season:
(New moon being the very first new born light which touches the moon coming from the sun, after the moon has completed it’s orbiting around the earth).
The new moon signifies the start of every Jewish month, and is considered an important date and minor holiday in the Hebrew calendar.
The new moon season represents the gateway or the entrance into the twelve months on the Hebrew calendar.
Each new moon being a gateway among the twelve gateways which activates certain blessings over one’s life-every time a new moon season is kept on the Hebrew calendar.
Ezekiel 46:3 declares;
Likewise, the people of the land shall worship at the entrance to this gateway before the Lord on the Sabbaths and the New Moons.
Ezra 3:5, Numbers 29:6, 2 Chronicles 8:13…
as it is written, in the scriptures above, New moon is also included among the celebrated biblical feasts of God
Psalm 81:3 declares that;
Isaiah 66:22-23 declares concerning the new heaven and the new earth….
And it shall come to pass That from one New Moon to another, And from one Sabbath to another, All flesh shall come to worship before Me,” says the Lord.
New moon and the full moon is a season which stimulates the desires of intimacy:
That is the reason why it is very important to pray, seek God and be obedient towards God’s will during this season,
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Article was written by AP Ngabo Alex