In Isaiah 66, Hashem commands the people to ascend to Yerushalayim- the holy mountain- to praise Him every Shabbat and every new moon. In the times of the Temple, a new moon was considered a holiday accompanied by special sacrifices (Numbers 28). What is so interesting about verse 23 of Isaiah 66, is that ALL people are commanded to worship Hashem in the Temple on specific dates, not just the Jews. Because certain dates hold significance and require unique forms of worship, keeping track of time was vital in the times of the temple. This is no less true today! A Jewish home can not function properly without being up to date on the timing of holidays and Shabbat. According to Isaiah, not just Jews, but the entire world must follow the Jewish calendar in order to fulfill Hashem’s command.

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