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Although, the scriptural calendar is not in line with the present day Gregorian calender, it is very important that the creator always have the edge. Knowing fully well that we may not have been part of this world, yet we are in it. We therefore uses both the scriptural alongside our mordern calender.
The seventh day Sabbat is never done away with, neither has it changed by the creator who authoritatively should be the only one that should effect a change if neccessary. From sundown on friday which is the sixth day, to sundown on saturday the seventh day is the Sabbat of the Yahuwah according to the scriptures.
New Year Feast: Unlike the Gregorian calender that starts its new year in winter, the scriptural new year starts on the new moon of spring. “He appointed the moon for seasons: the sun knows his going down.” - Psalm 104 verse 19 This is the time when the Barley harvest is just getting ready to be harvest, and 14 days before the Passover. AND YAHUAH spoke unto Mosheh and Aharon in the land of Mitsrayim, saying, This month shall be unto you the beginning of months: it shall be the first month of the year to you. - Exodus 12 vs 1 - 2 Other notable things about the new moon are: It is a day of celebration: (Num. 10:10; Psm 81:3; 1.Sam. 20:5, 18) It is for ever: (Psm 89:37; 72:5; Isa. 66:23) Never to be worshipped: Deut. 4:19; 17:3; 2.Kings 23:5) It can be predetermined: 1.Sam. 20:5; Eze. 45:21) It is an ordinance: 2.Chr. 2:4; 8:13; 31:3; Eze. 46:3 Sign of judgement: Isa. 13:10; 24:23; Eze. 32:7; Joel 2:10,31; 3:15; Matt. 24:29; Acts 2:20; Rev 6:12 Sign of Restoration: Isa. 24:23; 30:26; 60:19-20; Zec. 12:8; Rev. 21:23; 22:25
And on the seventh day God ended his work which he had made; and he rested on the seventh day from all his work which he had made. - Genesis 2 vs 1
This was already from the begining, which means, the seventh day was only created for this purpose, to rest! And it was sin that has been seperating man from it, which is why the Messiah came to restore us back to, no wonder it was part of the foundational laws of life itself and the heart of it. “Remember the day of the Shabbath, to keep it holy. Six days shall you labour, and do all your work: But the seventh day is the Shabbath of YAHUAH ELOHAYKA: in it you shall not do any work, you, nor your son, nor your daughter, your manservant, nor your maidservant, nor your cattle, nor your stranger that is within your gates: For in six days YAHUAH made the heavens and the earth, the sea, and all that in them is, and rested the seventh day: wherefore YAHUAH blessed the day of Shabbath, and hallowed it.” - Exodus 20 vs 8 - 11 To understand more about this, please download the free copy of our book here To support our ministry, you can also order a soft copy for €5,- plus Postage cost to your address
Scriptural Feasts
Passah (Passover): no servile work The first passover was in Mitzraim (Egypt), the day that Yah delievers the children of Israel from their bondage. The same day about two thousand years later at the celebration of it, Yahshua was hung on the tree, bringing the plan of Yahuwah to redeem us from the captivity of this world system. It is to be observed on the 14th day of the first month every year. Initially, it was celebrated with a lamb that will be slaughtered on this day, pointing to the true lamb of Yahuwah that was slained for the redemtion of our soul and the delieverance from the power of the prince of this world. Exo. 12:1-14; Lev. 23:4-5; 1.Cor. 5:7-8;
Matsah (Unleavened Bread/First fruit ): no servile work This the day after the Passah feast, a holiday where no severe work is done. From this day, no yeast must be found in their homes and they have to eat their bread without yeast (Matsah) meaning unleavened for seven days, where yeast is the symbol of sin. It is to remind us the sinnless life of the messiah and the price he payed that we also might be holy just as he is holy. Exo. 12:15-16; 13:6-7; 34:18; Lev. 23:6-8; Num. 28:17-18; Deu. 16:8
Yom Teruah (Feast of Trumpet): no servile work It is a constant reminder of the second coming of the messiah to judge the rulers of this world because their cup of sin will be full. It is also to re-ignite hope in us of Yahuwah´s plan to give glorious bodies to his saints in the ressurection of the dead and the transformation of the living for all eternity. Lev. 23:23-25; Matt. 24:31; 1 Cor. 15:52-53; 1 Thes. 4:13-17; Rev. 8-10; Rev. 11:15
Shavuot - (Pentecost): no servile work In the second chapter of the book of Acts, they gathered to celebrate the giving of the Ten laws on mount Sanai and the presentation of the yearly summer harvest 50 days after the waving of the Barley omer (first fruit. Then they recieve the outpouring of the Ruach Ha´qodesh, fulfilling the promise of the empowerment of all that are willing to become sons of Yah!“ Exo. 19:1; 20; Lev. 23:8-22; Isa. 32:5; 44:3; Joel 2;28-32; 1.Cor. 15:20; Jam. 1:18
Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement): no manner of work Yahshua is our atonement for sin, he has removed our punishment for sin and gave us the spirit of adoption by which we shall reign with him, by this, we need to remain sober knowing that it is not by our own effort but by his amazing grace. As this Kingdom is approaching, we also celebrate that our arc enemy will be bound for a thousand years. Lev. 16:29-30; 23:26-32; 25:9; Num. 29:7-11; 2.Cor. 7:10-11; Jam. 4:9
Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacle): no servile work This is pointing to the millenium reign of Yahshua and beyond, when Yah will become united with his bride. When death, sheol, Halayel and his messangers and every wicked people of this earth, would have been thrown into the lake of fire burning with brimstone. This will be the time when we would have overcome every obstacles that try or seems to want to deny us entrance into the Kingdom. Halleluyah!
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