To Understand the Importance of Reading The Book of Yahsher, especially in these times, we must know
13 And the sun stood still, and the moon stayed, until the people had avenged themselves upon their enemies. Is not this written in the book of Jasher? So the sun stood still in the midst of heaven, and hasted not to go down about a whole day.
When was Joshua Alive?
According to biblical chronology, Joshua lived some time in the Bronze Age. According to Joshua 24:29,  Joshua died at the age of 110.
The Bronze Age is a historic period, approximately 3300 BC to 1200 BC, that was characterized by the use of bronze, in some areas writing, and other early features of urban civilization.
This just proves the correlation of people, as Moses was given the Book of Jubilees, Joshua was given the Book of the Up-Right Man.
As you can see at this time too many of Abba Yah's chosen people lived past the age of 100. Moses died at 120 and Josuah 110. Since more information is on Moses, we can then say that the time archeology "thinks Joshua lived" can be correlated with Moses since Joshua is next chosen by Abba Yah.
In The Book of Jubilees, we learn that Moses received the Book of Jubilees from Abba Yah in the year 2450 A.M ( Anno Mundi = Year of Creation). Knowing that it is currently the year 5782 A.M. we then can calculate that Moses received the Book of Jubilees 3332 years ago.
Pentecost and Shavuot: A 3332 Year History
Christians call it Pentecost for the 50 days. Jewish people call is Shavuot (Weeks, see Deut 16:10). Leviticus prescribes that no work shall be done on the day because it is a holy day (Lev 23:20-21) and it is one of the three combined feasts and pilgrimages of the Biblical calendar.
One of the offerings presented to God is called “first fruits” (Numbers 28:26) – although it has nothing to do with fruit in the sense we think of it. The “first fruits” here is the wheat harvest. In addition to the grain offering (in the form of bread), two yearling lambs are also offered.
Jewish tradition says that Shavuot/Pentecost is also when the Law was given to Moses. While it is not explicitly stated in Leviticus 23 that “first fruits” is linked to the giving of the Law, we can see from Exodus 19 that the Israelites reached the wilderness of Sinai after two lunar months or somewhere in the ballpark (if not exactly) 50 days after they left Egypt.
Fifty days after the Exodus, Moses went up the mountain where God gave him the Law. The Law was given to humans created in God’s image, revealing what God expects of us and, in doing so, reveals to us His attributes. And, what happened a year after the Exodus? The tabernacle was made and God dwelt with the Israelites.
To Read The Book of Jubilees
To Read The Book of Yahser
For some more Missing Books:
The acts of David the King, written in the Book of Samuel the Seer, also in the Book of Nathan the Prophet, and also in the Book of Gad the Seer; the acts of Solomon are in the Book of Nathan the Prophet, and also in the Book of Abijah the Shulam- ite; the acts of Rehoboam in the Book of Shemaiah the Prophet; the acts of Jehoshaphat in the Book of Jehu.
These books are mentioned in the introduction by the translator. I love reading the introduction to books, this is how I find new information. The Link provided is the version of The Book of Yahsher we will use.
This is one of the apochrypal Books of Jasher. There are several (as many as five) separate works by this title, all composed much later than Biblical times. This particular one is a translation of a Hebrew book printed in 1613
The book of Yahsher was given to Joshua as the Book of the Just Man. It contains Creation all the way to Moses Death. We call it the Bible, but it was known as the Book of the Just Man.
Who wrote the Old Testament?
The first five books of the Old Testament – the ‘Torah’ or the books of the Law of Moses – are traditionally attributed to Moses himself. Many Biblical scholars, however, believe the first five books (often simply called the 'Law' ) were written down over a much longer period of time and were only finalised well after the death of Moses.
We must also understand that the Bible and Jubilees as well as Yasher are clear that these instructions and sometimes inscriptions are from Abba Yah given to Moses or Joshua or whomever. Remember the sermon on the Ark of the Covenant.? Abba Yah told Moses to put the testimony or writings He would give him into the Ark.
Do you understand that this is where our Bibles come From. They Changed the Name, Torah in Hebrew means: LAW.
They took away the words "of the just man" and left the LAW. No wonder nobody listens like they need to. They have taken His Words and twisted them. Our Bible's are guides to being:
Righteous and Just.
What does a Just Man Mean?
A just man is a man who has stopped all rebellion against God. Every sin is forgiven and the heart of a just man is made holy. A just man is without sin and obedient to God.
How Do We Stop Rebelling Against God? We put on Abba Yah's Morals, Values and Ethics.
What Is Righteousness?
5 For Moses writes that the man who practices the righteousness which is based on law shall live by that righteousness.
6 But the righteousness based on faith speaks as follows: “Do not say in your heart, ‘Who will ascend into heaven?’ (that is, to bring Christ down),
or ‘Who will descend into the abyss?’ (that is, to bring Christ up from the dead).”
8 But what does it say? “The word is near you, in your mouth and in your heart”—that is, the word of faith which we are preaching,
9 that if you confess with your mouth Jesus as Lord, and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved;
for with the heart a person believes, resulting in righteousness, and with the mouth he confesses, resulting in salvation.
For the Scripture says, “Whoever believes in Him will not be disappointed.” For there is no distinction between Jew and Greek; for the same Lord is Lord of all, abounding in riches for all who call on Him;
13 for “Whoever will call on the name of the Lord will be saved.”
Righteousness G1343-δικαιοσύνη dikaiosýnē, dik-ah-yos-oo'-nay; from G1342; equity (of character or act); specially (Christian) justification:—righteousness.
Biblical Outline of Usage of G1343
in a broad sense: state of him who is as he ought to be, righteousness, the condition acceptable to God
the doctrine concerning the way in which man may attain a state approved of God
integrity, virtue, purity of life, rightness, correctness of thinking feeling, and acting
in a narrower sense, justice or the virtue which gives each his due
When we become a Just Man, we are walking in our integrity, living up to our virtues and being in a state of as we ought to be. Meaning righteousness is our goal so we an be a Just Man.
Society teaches us poor morals values and ethics. it teaches us that we need to sin in order to obtain our goals, start a business or move forward in ways that are unhealthy.