God has set aside specific days from all other days and He has provided instructions on how we are to worship Him. These days are symbolic and teach us about the Messiah. The appointed times or festivals of the LORD can also be understood as rehearsals or appointments. Are they still relevant today? If we want to keep them, when do we do so and how should we do so? These questions and many more are addressed for His holy days.
The Hebrew phrase beyn ha'arbayim, translated as between the evenings, is reviewed in great detail in this article. It is the period of time God commanded the Passover lambs to be slain. A proper understanding of when this occurred is essential in unlocking the time of Yeshua’s death. Once the time of his death is properly understood, we can then review the last supper the apostles had with their Lord and savior, Yeshua Ha'Mashiach (Jesus Christ).
This study examines the scriptural evidence which pinpoints the birthday of Jesus Christ (Yeshua Ha'Mashiach). You may be surprised to learn that he was NOT born on Christmas, which was an important date from ancient pagan worship. This article shows how the birth of the Messiah is actually tied to Chanukah (or Hanukkah) and Sukkot (the Feast of Tabernacles).
Some things, such as prophetic events, are hidden from our eyes. However, the historical account of the first Passover should not be hidden. This page shows the proper timing for the first Passover, as it was observed by the ancient Israelites in Egypt. This understanding is essential because it is foundational for unlocking the truth behind the “Last Supper” before Yeshua’s death.
This article examines the timing for God's feast called Shavu'ot in Hebrew or Pentecost in Greek. This festival is to be celebrated 50 days after the offering of the omer ("wave sheaf") during the Feast of Unleavened Bread. Due to differences in the start of this count, this festival is variously celebrated by different groups on a Sunday, Monday, or on the fixed date of Sivan 6. This article reviews the historical information showing when this feast was kept in the days of Yeshua.