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  • #53151

    Love'n Honey
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    My memory is wack..

    #53150

    genny wrote:

    Bringing this up to the top again since Renita made a video about it.

    Still no answer from our wmscog friends.

     This one?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sSxN89lj3Iw

     

    What time does one have to be up to attend these monumental occasions?

    What time does one usually get home at the end of one of these days?

    How many days in a row?

    What happens in the days that follow?

    #53149

    KF
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    genny wrote:

    Bringing this up to the top again since Renita made a video about it.

    Still no answer from our wmscog friends.

     Yeah I suspect they are making an in house video on that one and Revelation & Hallelujah.  You know it's a great thing Rentia is doing these videos, this way if (I hope Not) this site goes down again, at least we can communicate through youtube/fb, can't bring that one down! Or we can always go to Genny's 🙂

    #53148

    genny
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    Bringing this up to the top again since Renita made a video about it.

    Still no answer from our wmscog friends.

    #53147

    Simon
    Participant

    Doesn’t depend who you ask takes easy comparison how do pharisees define a year how does torah

    #53146

    genny
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    Simon wrote:

    donttrustzang wrote:

    no one does. they keep it a mystery, and its alweays different from jews.

    The Jews don't really keep it right either to be fair

    Depends on who you ask.  Each group with a different "sacred" calendar (and there are lots of different ones) thinks they have the correct one and the others are wrong.

    #53145

    Simon
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    donttrustzang wrote:

    no one does. they keep it a mystery, and its alweays different from jews.

    The Jews don't really keep it right either to be fair

    #53144

    Simon
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    donttrustzang wrote:

    Simon wrote:

    donttrustzang wrote:

    This isnt much, but i think they keep feasts according to chinese lunar calender, not the jewish sacred calender. Why? idk…

    No they don't use the chinese calendar either

    They do when they celebrate ahn's bday…

    yes his birthday is 12/1 according to the Chinese calendar which would make passover the next month if they kept the chinese calendar.

     

    Also, they keep his birthday by the Chinese calendar because thats how korean birthdays are kept.

    #53143

    no one does. they keep it a mystery, and its alweays different from jews. i remember i asked once and the response was "we always have the true dates, because God is here.." 

    They claim they follow the bible, but it is not so, they follow zang. Members were asked, as a test of faith "If mother said not to keep passover, should we keep it?" … the correct answer was….NO!!!! 😮   So, even if zang says something against the bible, they will still follow. Blind Faith

    #53142

    Sarah2013
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    I really don’t understand those calendar deals. Lol.

    #53141

    no he was not chinese…but my guess is when they say "sacred" calender, they are speaking about the chinese sacred calender, not jewish.

    #53140

    Smurf
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    Noo, no, no! No chinese. Khooorea ijaa numbaa one! Eeeebrithing is Khorea!!

    #53139

    Sarah2013
    Member

    Is Ahang Chinese?

    #53138

    Simon wrote:

    donttrustzang wrote:

    This isnt much, but i think they keep feasts according to chinese lunar calender, not the jewish sacred calender. Why? idk…

    No they don't use the chinese calendar either

    They do when they celebrate ahn's bday…

    #53137

    genny
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    I really want to hear an explanation from a WMSCOG member on this one.  FTOS, can you answer?

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