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Title: The Balfour Century by OP Armstrong July 2012
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What Year was the First Passover? : O. P. Armstrong, June 2013
This work determined that the year of the first Passover, was most likely between
1517 and 1519 B.C. The range of possible years examined were from1454 until
1546 BCE. The 1st Passover is dated by scripture as being 430 years “to the very
day” after some specific event. The specific events considered were; Abraham’s
75th year, or his son Isaac’s birth year, or his grandson, Jacob’s birthday. These
results are presented in Table 1.
The basis of this method is a conviction that fallen mankind was allotted six
millennial days of ‘determined time’, with a seventh millennial day of rest time. The
six days of millennial time are divided into three covenant periods of; Redemption,
Confirmation, and Kingdom. The Redemption epoch started with Adam’s fall from
grace when God promised a Redeemer. The Covenant epoch was established
between God and Abraham in Abraham’s 75th year. The Kingdom Epoch was
established by John’s baptism of Jesus, 30 years after his birth. If any one point of
divine time can be determined relative to a conventional calendar, then the other
dates of millennial calendar can most likely be determined. The birth year of the
historical Jesus is known with a fairly high degree of certainty. Roman history
establishes the most likely date of Jesus birth to range between 6BC to not later
than 2AD. The year of Abraham’s 75th year is determined based on the millennial
day concept and Jesus birth year. Three diagrams are given below as exemplars
of the method. The results of the 12 considered alternatives are presented in Table
1.
The 430 year and 400 year puzzle.

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Abraham was told that after 400 years his offspring would return to Canaan. The
issue is that the duration of time in Egypt is unknown.
indeterminate.

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Times of Oppression and Bondage for Abraham’s Seed
The time of Bondage or Servitude deals with the latter part of Israel’s time in
Egypt. A specific time amount cannot be detailed from the bible record. It can
be understood to be greater than the 80 years of Moses prior to the Exodus.
Also the bible record indicates the Servitude began sometime after Joseph’s
death at age 110. The time of Joseph’s death after Israel’s entry into Egypt is
based on Joseph’s age when Israel enters Egypt, 39. Thus there were about 71
years of Israel’s time in Egypt without oppression nor bondage.
The length of time for oppression of Abraham’s seed Ex-Egypt is unresolved by
biblical records. It is clear that the oppression did not begin until after
Abraham’s death. The latter days of Abraham enjoyed a covenant of peace
between him and the Cannite neighbors. After Abraham’s death, at age 175, a
short time of strife between Isaac and the Philistines is recorded in Gen26:1427. Verse 28-31 then indicate the latter days of Isaac enjoyed a peace treaty
with his Philistine neighbors. A reading of Israel’s travels in Canaan only a
short time of conflict. That conflict being when Jacob moved from Shalem back
to Bethel on account of war between Israel and the Canaanites.

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Jubile Cycles /Lev.25:8-12/
Determination of “Jubile Cycles” from time of Moses Exodus until present is straight
forward. Every 7th Sabbaths of each seven year Sabbath is termed a Jubile. Thus the cycle
years are spaced 7 times seven or forty nine years apart. The 10th day of the 7th month,
termed the 50th year, was proclaimed ‘to eat the increase out of the field’ and declare
release of all debts and enslavements in all Israel. Clearly this count started from the time
of Exodus. The 14th day of the 1st month was the Passover kept. Numbers 9:5 says Israel
kept the Passover ‘Even in the wilderness of Sinai’. Israel entered their promised land in
the 41st year after Egypt’s Exodus. Aaron’s death numbers this entry as being after the 1st
day of the 5th month after Israel came out of Egypt, Num33:38. The next Passover is taken
in Canaan after passing Jordon at Gilgal in the 14th day of the month. The next day the
manna ceased, Josh.5:10-12.
Thus the conclusion is that any congruous method of counting Jubile cycles must start
from the date of Israel’s Exodus from Egypt. This counting was instituted by Moses and
surely kept during the time of wilderness thru to Aaron’s death. Joshua then crossed the
Jordon River, within months, if not weeks, after Aaron’s & Moses’ deaths. It is all but
certain; Joshua kept the Mosaic calendar as a faithful disciple of Moses. For even until the
time of Solomon, the 1st temple construction date could be numbered back to the Exodus
date.
As new covenant believers, the importance of Moses calendars was completed by Jesus
office as our new High Priest. The new high Priest stated that the Law and Prophets were
“until John”. Rabbi Saul of Tarsus (Acts22:3) also explained that ‘Jewish fables’ cannot be a
staple of Christian doctrine. (1Tim1:4, 2Tim4:4, Titus 1:14 & Col.2:16)
Shabuum or 50 year cycle
This Shabuun was first used during the days of Noah. “Then the LORD said, "My Spirit shall
not strive with man forever, because he also is flesh; nevertheless his days shall be one
hundred and twenty years." The word for "years" in this passage is the word "shabuum."
Shabuum has several meanings in the Hebrew; one meaning is Jubilee years. Jubilee years
are 7 weeks of years, which are 49 years, plus one more year, the 50Th year, termed the
Year of Jubilee. If we took these 50 years periods and multiply by the 120 years given by
God for mankind we would come up with 6000 bible years, which is the approximate bible
age of the earth now.
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Moses could be considered as a type of Shabuum. For Moses lived exactly 120 years. He
never passed over Jordan to the Promised Land. The passing over Jordan may be taken as
a type of entering the ‘rest of God’ or the last epoch of creation where God takes his rest.
Moses lived his entire life on the six-thousand year labor side of creation, never to enter
the Sabbath Day of Rest.

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The birth of Jesus in Year 4BC fits within both historical and prophetic documentation.

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