When all sacrificial lambs are born.
It’s believed he was born Nisan 1, March 20, 6 B.C. is the correct day and year when Jesus Christ was born.
The Catholics crossed out Nisan 1 the real year he was born.
They used December 25th the day when Christian martyrs died to celebrate the day he was born.
It was during the lambing season which happens once a year in the Spring when sacrificial lambs were born.
It’s during the Spring when the old vanishes and new springs forward bringing birth to the newborn.
It was this time of year, when shepherds watched over their flock at night waiting for sacrificial lambs to be born.
Jesus was born in a clean lambing watchtower where Rabbi’s kept the newborn.
As soon as sacrificial lambs were born, they were wrapped in clean swaddling cloth to keep them clean and pure for the sacrifice of the newborn.
It was where Rabbis kept clean unblemished lambs for the blood sacrifice.
Jesus was the next new lamb wrapped in clean swaddling cloth to be sacrificed.
He was born where all the unblemished are kept being sacrificed.
His birth and birthplace foretold the reason he was born.
Migdal Edar of Bethlehem — the Tower of the Flock — where Christ was born.
It was in Migdal Edar Tower in Bethlehem where Jesus Christ was born.
As soon as he was born, he was placed in a trained shepherd’s priestly hands to be wrapped in sacramental swaddling cloth and placed in a manger.
It was a sacramental religious royal birth.
This was no ordinary manger, nor ordinary birth.
He was guarded and protected by sacramental shepherd’s that had been trained to defend against wild animals, dangerous thieves and awkward unwelcome strangers. This didn't include all the Angels that were there to protect and celebrate his birth.
They were all assigned to protect the royal’s sacred birth.
Regardless of the real date of birth of our Savior, we always need to remember that He was the gift given to the world.
"My prediction was exactly fulfilled," Dr. Molnar said. "On March 20, 6 B.C., right at sunset, the moon eclipsed the planet Jupiter, and one month later, on April 17, the event occurred again, this time high in the sky at noon in the direction of Bethlehem as viewed from Jerusalem."