God's Appointed Feasts Fall 2013

God’s Appointed Feasts for Fall 2013

“The Feasts are not ‘Jewish’ in an ethnic sense, nor are they ‘Christian’ in a religious sense. Instead, the feasts are ‘divine’ in a Biblical sense. That’s what makes ‘The feasts of the Lord’ (Lev 23:41) eternal and universal.”

Jesus celebrated the feasts, and Paul celebrated the feasts 30 years after Jesus’ resurrection. (Luke 2:41; 22:15-16; Jn 2:13; 5:1; Acts 18:21; 20:16; I Cor 16:8)

Paul told the Corinthian believers, who were not ethnic Jews, to celebrate the feasts. This was written a quarter of a century after Jesus was resurrected!

I Corinthians 5:7-8 …Christ our Passover also has been sacrificed. Therefore let us celebrate the feast… NASB

God’s Calendar (AS = Appearance of the Stars or After Sunset “shkiah”)

Wed, Aug 7th (Elul 1): Began 40 days of Teshuvah (Returning Repentance)

Wed, Sept 4th (AS) thru Fri, Sept 6th (AS): Rosh Hashanah (Feast of Trumpets. God’s Appointed New Year)

Fri, Sept 13th (AS) thru Sat, Sept 14th (AS): Yom Kippur (The Day of Atonement. “Remission” for us in the NT)

Wed, Sept 18th (AS) thru Wed, Sept 25th (AS): Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles. “The Season of our Joy!”)

Wed, Sept 25th (AS) thru Thurs, Sept 26th (AS): Shemini Atzeret (The “8th Day” Sabbath. Connected with Sukkot)

Blessings to you as you celebrate the “Season of our Joy!”

God’s Appointed Feasts for Fall 2013

“The Feasts are not ‘Jewish’ in an ethnic sense, nor are they ‘Christian’ in a religious sense. Instead, the feasts are ‘divine’ in a Biblical sense. That’s what makes ‘The feasts of the Lord’ (Lev 23:41) eternal and universal.”

Jesus celebrated the feasts, and Paul celebrated the feasts 30 years after Jesus’ resurrection. (Luke 2:41; 22:15-16; Jn 2:13; 5:1; Acts 18:21; 20:16; I Cor 16:8)

Paul told the Corinthian believers, who were not ethnic Jews, to celebrate the feasts. This was written a quarter of a century after Jesus was resurrected!

I Corinthians 5:7-8 …Christ our Passover also has been sacrificed. Therefore let us celebrate the feast… NASB

God’s Calendar (AS = Appearance of the Stars or After Sunset “shkiah”)

Wed, Aug 7th (Elul 1): Began 40 days of Teshuvah (Returning Repentance)

Wed, Sept 4th (AS) thru Fri, Sept 6th (AS): Rosh Hashanah (Feast of Trumpets. God’s Appointed New Year)

Fri, Sept 13th (AS) thru Sat, Sept 14th (AS): Yom Kippur (The Day of Atonement. “Remission” for us in the NT)

Wed, Sept 18th (AS) thru Wed, Sept 25th (AS): Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles. “The Season of our Joy!”)

Wed, Sept 25th (AS) thru Thurs, Sept 26th (AS): Shemini Atzeret (The “8th Day” Sabbath. Connected with Sukkot)

Blessings to you as you celebrate the “Season of our Joy!”

God’s Appointed Feasts for Fall 2013

“The Feasts are not ‘Jewish’ in an ethnic sense, nor are they ‘Christian’ in a religious sense. Instead, the feasts are ‘divine’ in a Biblical sense. That’s what makes ‘The feasts of the Lord’ (Lev 23:41) eternal and universal.”

Jesus celebrated the feasts, and Paul celebrated the feasts 30 years after Jesus’ resurrection. (Luke 2:41; 22:15-16; Jn 2:13; 5:1; Acts 18:21; 20:16; I Cor 16:8)

Paul told the Corinthian believers, who were not ethnic Jews, to celebrate the feasts. This was written a quarter of a century after Jesus was resurrected!

I Corinthians 5:7-8 …Christ our Passover also has been sacrificed. Therefore let us celebrate the feast… NASB

God’s Calendar (AS = Appearance of the Stars or After Sunset “shkiah”)

Wed, Aug 7th (Elul 1): Began 40 days of Teshuvah (Returning Repentance)

Wed, Sept 4th (AS) thru Fri, Sept 6th (AS): Rosh Hashanah (Feast of Trumpets. God’s Appointed New Year)

Fri, Sept 13th (AS) thru Sat, Sept 14th (AS): Yom Kippur (The Day of Atonement. “Remission” for us in the NT)

Wed, Sept 18th (AS) thru Wed, Sept 25th (AS): Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles. “The Season of our Joy!”)

Wed, Sept 25th (AS) thru Thurs, Sept 26th (AS): Shemini Atzeret (The “8th Day” Sabbath. Connected with Sukkot)

Blessings to you as you celebrate the “Season of our Joy!”