The lunar Sabbaths are so hard to understand! How can this be truth if it is so difficult to grasp?

Question: The lunar Sabbaths are so hard to understand!  How can this be truth if it is so difficult to grasp?  Truth is so simple even a child can understand it.  This is so complicated that I can’t understand it.  If I cannot understand it, no child would!  If this were true, it should be easier to understand.

Answer: A completely different method of calendation is hard to understand at first.  However, it should not be used as a litmus test for rejecting truths that strain the mental capacity, either.  We can bring our highest mental powers to study on truth and strain our brains to the utmost, but there will always be more beyond.  Why?  Because truth is an advancing truth!  King David exulted: “I have seen an end of all perfection: but thy commandment is exceeding broad.  O how love I Thy law!  It is my meditation all the day.”  David realized that there were depths to Yahuwah’s truths on which he could meditate all the day and never reach the end.

Last summer, there was a story in the California news services you might find interesting.  A study was done in which a riddle was posed to graduating seniors at Harvard.  It was claimed that less than 10% of the Harvard students were able to solve the riddle.  The same riddle was asked of Kindergartners.  Over 80% of kindergartners solved the riddle.

Can you solve it?  It goes:

What is greater than Yahuwah, more evil than the devil, the rich need it, the poor have it, and if you eat it you'll die?

I could not solve the riddle.  Neither could my spouse, so I asked my kids.  My 14-year old could not get it; my 12-year old could not get it; my 7-year old could not get it.  My 4-year old got it easily. Yahushua Himself referred to wisdom that is hidden from the wise and revealed to babes.

The answer to the riddle is: nothing.  Nothing is greater than Yahuwah or more evil than the devil;  the rich need nothing, the poor have nothing, but if you eat nothing, you will die. Simple, right?  Why was no adult of my acquaintance able to answer that riddle, but my 4-year old could?  Truth must not be “bound-about” by limited ideas of what constitutes truth.