The Biblical holidays are the ancient “Feasts of the Lord.” They are God’s appointed times and they offer a window of blessing, opportunity and revelation for both the present and the future.
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why should you know about the biblical holidays?
Here is what Adonai says: “Stand at the crossroads and look; ask about the ancient paths, ‘Which one is the good way?’ Take it, and you will find rest for your souls…. Jeremiah 6:16 CJB
The Biblical holidays are the ancient “Feasts of the Lord.” They are God’s appointed times and can be seen on our full Jewish Calendar. Each memorializes a special event in our Judeo-Christian history. Each offers a window of blessing, opportunity and revelation for both the present and the future. Collectively they create a powerful yearly cycle for us to live by.
The Lord embedded unique spiritual themes within each that promotes spiritual development and the abundant life we’ve been promised. You’ll also discover the Bible Holidays correspond to Gods plan of redemption, end time events and Jesus’ first coming and His second coming. Jesus celebrated the Biblical Holidays and as His followers we should too.
ROSH HASHANAH – THE FEAST OF TRUMPETS
Rosh Hashanah which means ‘Head of the Year’ and it is the Biblical New Year and a time for new possibilities, new goals and new beginnings.
YOM KIPPUR – THE DAY OF ATONEMENT
Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement is the holiest day of the biblical year and considered the most important of all Bible holidays.
SUKKOT – THE FEAST OF TABERNACLES
It commemorates the miraculous protection the Lord provided for the children of Israel coming out of Egypt.
SHABBAT - how to celebrate shabbat
Shabbat begins just before sundown every Friday night and is ordained by God as an opportunity to receive peace, prosperity, healing, joy, and many other blessings.
SHABBAT OF RETURN – SHABBAT SHUVA
This is the special Shabbat between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. It is also referred to as Shabbat Teshuvah because it falls during these Ten Days of Repentance.
hanukkah – THE FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS
Hanukkah celebrates the miracle of the Maccabees’ victory over the Greeks and the regaining of control of Jerusalem.