Posts Tagged:Feast Days

The Sabbath – How Do We Keep It?

In this episode of The Revolution, Chris discusses the lack of specific commandments given in Torah about how to keep the Sabbath Day!   Follow along with the PowerPoint. 

Christmas and Easter: The Two Holiest Days of the Year?

Traditionally in our culture many people celebrate Christmas and Easter to honor and worship God.  These two days are all most of us have ever known when it comes to Holy Days to honor God and his son.  Nearly every store, school, office, and church decorates and goes all out for these days every year. …

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Okay, so what does all this mean? This is where we are given the instructions for First Fruits, which determines when we start the count to Shavuot. There is some confusion surrounding “On the next day after the Sabbath.” Some believe this is the day after the first day of Unleavened Bread because that day…

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Celebrating Shavuot as a Family

Shavuot, also commonly referred to as the Feast of Weeks, is one of our Creator’s appointed times that is to be observed by those in covenant with Him, young and old alike.  In mainstream Christianity, Shavuot is popularly known as Pentecost. It is the closing festival of the Passover season and occurs 50 days after…

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The Feast of Unleavened Bread

The Feast of Unleavened Bread and Passover are so intertwined that the Jewish people refer to this Feast as Passover I thru Passover VII. In our Passover Resource, we discuss how Passover is actually not a day, but two events, the killing of the lamb and the eating of the lamb. The eating of the…

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Passover is one of the most unique of the seven Feast Days. One of the most interesting things about this feast is that Passover is not a day. Feast such as The Day of Atonement or Pentecost start at sunset and run one complete day until the next sunset. Passover is not this way. Passover…

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Feast of Tabernacles

The Feast of Tabernacles is a seven-day long feast followed by the Eighth Great Day. Also known as Sukkoth, Succoth, or Sukkot, all transliterations of the Hebrew word pronounced “Sue-coat.” This feast is the last of the seven given to us by YHWH. It falls on the 15th of Tishri (September or October), five days…

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Day of Atonement

This day is known as Yom Kippur in Hebrew but is also called the Day of Atonement, the Day of Judgment, and the Sabbath of Sabbaths. Yom Kippur falls on the 10th day of Tishri, and it is a High Sabbath, so no work is to be done on this day. Yom Kippur is not…

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The Feast: An Overview

When we realize that the Torah should still be a central part of our walk, this often coincides with our realization of the importance of YHWH’s Feast days.  For more in-depth information on each Feast, please refer to that Feast Day’s resource which is linked below. There are seven feasts grouped in two sets, the…

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