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The Seven Feasts of YAHWEH

Written by James Byers.

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HOW DO THE SEVEN FEASTS OF YAHWEH LINE UP WITH OUR SPIRITUAL WALK?

 

Biblical/Hebrew Name          English Name                        Time of Observance 

1. Pesach                           Passover                              Nisan 14th day of Aviv  

2. Hag HaMatzah                Feast of Unleavened Bread     Nisan/Aviv 15-21      

3. Bikkurim                         First Fruits of Barley Harvest   Nisan/Aviv 21  

4. Shavuot                          Feast of Weeks/Pentecost      50-days from 1st day

                                                                                       Unleavened Bread

     

5. Yom Teruah                    Feast of Trumpets                  Tshrei 1(The Cry of the  

                                                                                      Shofar)         

6. Yom Kippur                      Day of Atonement                 Tishrei 10       

7. Sukkot                            Feast of Tabernacles/Booths   Tishrei 15-21 

Shemini Atzeret  The eighth assembly/conclusion Tishrei 22Simchat Torah    Rejoicing in the Torah         Tishrei 23

HISTORICAL APPLICATION               

FEAST                                       HISTORICAL ASPECT                

1. Passover                            Israel's deliverance from Egypt (Mitzrayim)

(Pesach)               

2. Unleavened Bread               Leaving Egypt (Come out of her My People)

(Hag HaMatzah)               

3. First Fruits                          Crossing the Red Sea                            

 (Bikkurim) 

4. Pentecost                           Giving the Torah at Mount Sinai              

(Shavuot)               

5. Trumpets                             Blowing the Shofar/ Rosh HaShanah

(Yom Teruah)               

6. Day of Atonement               Priest enter the Holiest Place to cleanse sins of the people

(Yom Kippur)         

7. Tabernacles                        Begin the journey out to the Promise /Resting in YaHWeH

(Sukkot)                                    


             MESSIANIC APPLICATION                 

FEAST                                   MESSIANIC FULFILLMENT               

1. Passover                            Death of Yahshuah on the tree              

(Pesach)

2. Unleavened Bread               The Burial of Yahshuah                    

(Hag HaMatzah)

3. First Fruits                          Resurrection of Yahshuah                   

(Bikkurim)               

4. Pentecost                           Giving of the Holy Spirit(Ruach HaKodesh) in Acts 2

(Shavuot)

5. Rosh HaShanah                  The Resurrection of the Dead /collecting (Natzal) of believers

(Yom Teruah)

6. Day of Atonement                The Day of Messiah's Second Coming (Zech 14:4)

(Yom Kippur)

7. Tabernacles                        The Messianic Millennium              

(Sukkot)                     


SPIRITUAL APPLICATION OF THE FEASTS   

FEAST and SPIRITUAL ASPECT

Passover (Pesach)       

Returning (Teshuvah) in belief (Emunah) in the shed Blood of Yahshuah

                         

Unleavened Bread (Hag HaMatzah)  

Cleansing and separation from that which is unclean being immersed by water (Mikvah)

3. First Fruits (Bikkurim)        

Walking (Halacha) in newness of life

4. Pentecost (Shavuot)                           

The Living Water (Miym Hiym) Yahshuah being immersed (Mikvah) in the Holy Spirit (Ruach HaKodesh) and walking in faithfulness (Emunah) to The FATHER

5. Tumpets (Yom Teruah)                

Hear (Sh’ma) the calling (Shofar) back to our place Grafted back into the olive branch as a set apart people unto the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob

6. Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur)           

Repenting and yielding our lives so we will live in His Presence daily. Being constantly immersed and saturated in His Word (Torah)       

7. Tabernacles (Sukkot)                       

A daily rest (shabbat) in the Messiah and having the rest of His Kingdom in our hearts. Knowing that the Truth of the Kingdom is wrapped up in Messsiah Yahshuah. 

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