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15 September 2015The new moon of the seventh Biblical month has been sighted in Israel, by the required 2 or 3 witnesses. Prepare now for the Fall Festivals of Messiah, which begin at sunset 15 September 2015! Those of the Bride Company are preparing to keep the Feasts, just as Messiah did, (John 7:10), and just as the apostle Paul did, and taught us to do (Acts 21:24, 24:14, 25:8; 1Corinthians 4:16, 11:1).

The 7th Biblical month begins at local sunset 15 September 2015. These dates are now confirmed, based on sighting of the new moon in Israel on 15 September after sunset by the Torah-required 2 or 3 witnesses — marking the first day of the 7th Biblical month [See Note 2]. We are to announce the day with the Sound of the Shofar and with shouting!

The Biblical High Sabbath of Yom Teruah – the ‘Day of Shouting’  – called the ‘Feast of Trumpets’ – is the first day of the 7th month – “the day and hour no man knows.” It begins at sunset on 15 September 2015, and continues until sunset on 16 September.

Yom Teruah marks the beginning of the seventh-month feasts, and is YHWH’s ‘alarm clock’ to awaken His people, to call them to repent, and to prepare for Messiah’s soon return.

Dates for the Fall Festivals are as follows:

The Fall Feasts 2015 (Confirmed Dates)

Seventh Month Feast Schedule:
 New Moon sighted  [7th month]    15 September Tue [See Notes 1,3]
 Day 01 Yom Teruah [High Sabbath] 16 September Wed [See Note 2]   
 Day 10 Yom Kippur [High Sabbath] 25 September Fri [See Note 2]
 Day 15 1Sukkot    [High Sabbath] 30 September Wed [See Note 2]
 Day 21 7Sukkot          ---      06 October   Tue [See Note 2]
 Day 22 8th Day    [High Sabbath] 07 October   Wed [See Note 2]

Notes:

1. For new moon sighted earlier or later than estimated date, adjust schedule accordingly.

2. A Biblical day always begins at sunset the previous night, with the night portion occurring before the day portion of a given day.

3. If the moon is not able to be seen on the 29th day of the Biblical month, the following (30th) day will be declared to be the start of the new month.


22 April 2015The New Covenant Passover 2015: Scheduled Dates

For all Born-Again Believers in Messiah, the New Covenant Passover in 2015 will be according to the following Schedule. Note that the barley in Israel was found to be abib, based on results of two abib reports. These sources are:

  1. The Nehemia Gordon report, with links to barley search team photos, found here; and
  2. The Brian Hoeck report, with photos and descriptions found here.

The new moon for the first Biblical month was sighted on 21 March by witnesses in Israel, from the Nehemia Gordon reports found here, making 22 March to be Day-1 of the new Biblical year.

The new moon for the second Biblical month was not sighted on Sunday 19 April by witnesses in Israel, but was seen the following night of Monday, 20 April 2015 by witnesses in Israel, from the Nehemia Gordon reports found here, making 21 April to be Day-1 of the second Biblical month, beginning at sunset 20 April.

The 2015 Passover Schedule is as follows:

Spring Feasts 2015

First-Month Passover:
 New Moon sighted [1st month]    21 March Sat 
 1st Month         Day 1         22 March Sun [See Note 2]
 1st Month         Day 10        31 March Tue 
 1Passover Meal   [after sunset] 03 April Fri [See Notes 2,3]
 1Passover:        Day 14        04 April Sat
 1Unleavened1-UB1 [High Sabbath] 05 April Sun [FFruits]
 1Unleavened2-UB2                06 April Mon
 1Unleavened3-UB3                07 April Tue
 1Firstfruits-UB4                08 April Wed
 1Unleavened5-UB5                09 April Thu
 1Unleavened6-UB6                10 April Fri
 1Unleavened7-UB7 [High Sabbath] 11 April Sat
 --------------------------------------------
 1Omer Count       Day-1 FFruits 05 April Sun
 1Omer Count       Day 7         11 April Sat
 1Omer Count       Day 14        18 April Sat
 1Omer Count       Day 21        25 April Sat
 1Omer Count       Day 28        02 May   Sat
 1Omer Count       Day 35        09 May   Sat
 1Omer Count       Day 40        14 May   Thu Ascension Day
 1Omer Count       Day 42        16 May   Sat
 1Omer Count       Day 49        23 May   Sat
 1Omer Count       Day 50        24 May   Sun
 1Shavuot      ['Pentecost']     24 May   Sun
 --------------------------------------------
Second-Month Passover:
 New Moon sighted [2nd month]    20 April Mon [See Note 1]
 2nd Month         Day 1         21 April Tue [See Note 2]
 2nd Month         Day 10        30 April Thu
 2Passover Meal   [after sunset] 03 May   Sun [See Notes 2,3]
 2Passover:        Day 14        04 May   Mon 
 --------------------------------------------

Notes:

1. For new moon sighted earlier or later than estimated date, adjust schedule accordingly.

2. A Biblical day always begins at sunset the previous night, with the night portion occurring before the day portion of a given day.

3. The Passover Memorial Meal is to be held at the same time Messiah held the Passover Meal with His disciples “before He suffered” (Luke 22:15). Those who follow Messiah will choose to eat the bread, and drink the cup, just as Messiah did — in “the same night in which He was betrayed” (1Corinthians 11:23-25). Although this timing is contrary to Rabbinic tradition, this is the timing that the apostle Paul confirmed to us as a second witness, to be passed down to us (1Corinthians 11:23a).

It is important to note that those following the traditional timing do not observe the Biblical Passover on the night of the 14th [see note 2], but instead observe only the Feast of Unleavened on the night of the 15th, “which [by tradition] is called Passover” (Luke 22:1).

For Biblical Passover timing confirmation in Scripture, see When Do We Eat the Passover Supper, According to Scripture? and the series of articles on The Passover: Which Day — Truth or Tradition located in The New Covenant Passover: A Mystery.


26 September 2014The Fall Festivals of Messiah begin at sunset 26 September 2014! Those of the Bride Company are preparing to keep the Feasts, just as Messiah did, (John 7:10), and as the apostle Paul did, and taught us to do (Acts 21:24, 24:14, 25:8; 1Corinthians 4:16, 11:1).

The 7th Biblical month begins after sunset 26 September 2014. The new moon was NOT seen in Israel on 25 September after sunset, but WAS seen the following night after sunset 26 September, by the Torah-required 2 or 3 witnesses — marking the start of the 7th Biblical month [See Note 2]. Announce with the Sound of the Shofar!

The Biblical High Sabbath of Yom Teruah – the ‘Feast of Trumpets’ – the first day of the 7th month – “the day and hour no man knows” – begins at sunset on 26 September 2014, and continues until sunset on 27 September. Yom Teruah marks the beginning of the seventh-month feasts. This first feast is YHWH’s ‘alarm clock’ to awaken His people, to call them to prepare for Messiah’s soon return!

Dates for the Fall Festivals are as follows:

The Fall Feasts 2014

Seventh Month Feast Schedule:
 New Moon sighted  [7th month]    26 September Fri [See Note 2]
 Day 1  Yom Teruah [High Sabbath] 27 September Sat [See Note 3]   
 Day 10 Yom Kippur [High Sabbath] 06 October   Mon [See Note 3]
 Day 15 1Sukkot    [High Sabbath] 11 October   Sat [See Note 3]
 Day 21 7Sukkot                   17 October   Fri [See Note 3]
 Day 22 8th Day    [High Sabbath] 18 October   Sat [See Note 3]


Notes:

1. For new moon sighted earlier or later than estimated date, adjust schedule accordingly.

2. A Biblical day always begins at sunset, with the night portion occurring in the first part of that day.


31 March 2014The New Covenant Passover 2014: Scheduled Dates

For all Born-Again Believers in Messiah, the New Covenant Passover
in 2014 will be according to the following Schedule. Note that the barley in Israel was found to be abib, based on results of two abib reports. These sources are:

  1. The Nehemia Gordon report, with links to barley search team
    photos, found here; and
  2. The Brian Hoeck report, with photos and descriptions found here.

The new moon for the first Biblical month was sighted on 31 March by witnesses in Israel, from the Nehemia Gordon reports found here, making 1 April to be Day-1 of the new Biblical year.

The 2014 Passover Schedule is as follows:

Spring Feasts 2014

First-Month Passover:
 New Moon sighted [1st month]    31 March Mon [See Note 1]
 1st Month      Day 1             1 April Tue
 1st Month      Day 10           10 April Thu
 1Passover Meal   [after sunset] 13 April Sun [See Note 2]
 1Passover:     Day 14           14 April March Wed 
 1Unleavened1-UB1 [High Sabbath] 15 April Tue
 1Unleavened2-UB2                16 April Wed
 1Unleavened3-UB3                17 April Thu
 1Firstfruits-UB4                18 April Fri
 1Unleavened5-UB5                19 April Sat
 1Unleavened6-UB6     FFruits    20 April Sun
 1Unleavened7-UB7 [High Sabbath] 21 April Mon
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 1Omer Count    Day-1 FFruits    20 April Sun
 1Omer Count    Day 7            26 April Sat
 1Omer Count    Day 14            3 May   Sat
 1Omer Count    Day 21           10 May   Sat
 1Omer Count    Day 28           17 May   Sat
 1Omer Count    Day 35           24 May   Sat
 1Omer Count    Day 42           31 May   Sat
 1Omer Count    Day 49            7 June  Sat
 1Omer Count    Day 50            8 June  Sun
 1Shavuot ('Pentecost')           8 June  Sun
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Second-Month Passover:
 New Moon sighted [2nd month]    30 April Wed [See Note 1]
 2nd Month      Day 1             1 May   Thu
 2nd Month      Day 10           10 May   Sat
 2Passover Meal   [after sunset] 13 May   Tue [See Note 2]
 2Passover:     Day 14           14 April Wed 

Notes:

1. For new moon sighted earlier or later than estimated date, adjust schedule accordingly.

2. A Biblical day always begins at sunset, with the night portion occurring in the first part of that day.

3. The Passover Memorial Meal is to be held at the same time Messiah held the Passover Meal with His disciples “before He suffered” (Luke 22:15). Those who follow Messiah will choose to eat the bread, and drink the cup, just as Messiah did — in “the same night in which He was betrayed” (1Corinthians 11:23-25). Although this timing is contrary to Rabbinic tradition, this is the timing that Messiah gave to the apostle Paul, to be passed down to us (1Corinthians 11:23a).

It is important to note that those following the traditional timing do not observe the Biblical Passover, but instead observe only the Feast of Unleavened on the night of the 15th, “which [by tradition] is called Passover” (Luke 22:1). For Biblical Passover timing confirmation in Scripture, see the series of articles on The Passover: Which Day — Truth or Tradition located in The New Covenant Passover: A Mystery.


2 March 2014 The Passover is fast approaching!

The month in which the ‘abib’ occurs is fast approaching. Let us prepare ourselves for the Bridegroom’s Betrothal Supper, as we discover the great significance of the New Covenant Passover!

To find out what the Scriptures tell us about the New Covenant Passover, see The New Covenant Passover: A Mystery.

Let us then begin to prepare our hearts before Passover arrives. Let us review (Mat 5:23-24; 1Co 11:20-31), then let us become “DO-ers” of (1John 1:9)!


September 2013 The Feast of Tabernacles

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7 September 2013 The 7th Biblical month begins at sunset 7 September 2013! The new moon has been seen by the required 2 or 3 witnesses, marking the start of the 7th Biblical month! Announce with the Sound of the Shofar!

The Biblical High Sabbath of Yom Teruah – the ‘Feast of Trumpets’ – begins at sunset on 7 September and continues until sunset on 8 September. Yom Teruah is YHWH’s ‘alarm clock’ to awaken His people, to call them to prepare for Messiah’s soon return!

22 August 2013The Fall Festivals of Messiah will soon begin! Those of the Bride Company are preparing to keep the Feasts, just as Messiah did (John 7:10).

Tentative dates for the Fall Festivals are as follows. If the new moon is sighted after sunset on Saturday evening, 7 September, the tentative dates of the Feasts are as follows:

Feast of Trumpets (‘Yom Teruah’– the Feast of ‘Shouting’): Begins the moment the new moon is sighted in the 7th month. This is the Feast of which it is said, ‘No man knows the day or the hour,’ because it is not known in advance when the moon will be sighted. Tentative date: Sunday 8 September.

Day of Atonement (‘Yom Kippur’): is the 10th day of the 7th Biblical month. Tentative date: Tuesday 17 September.

Feast of Tabernacles (‘Sukkot’): 7 days of living in a ‘tent’ or portable shelter called a ‘sukkah.’ Tentative date: beginning Sunday 22 September. Since the day before the High Shabbat is a weekly Shabbat, many will set up and begin on Friday, 20 September, and camp-out until Monday 30 September, after the Eighth Day Shabbat.

The Eighth Day (‘Shemini Atzeret’) is the day after the 7th day of the Feast of Tabernacles, and is a High Sabbath, a day of rejoicing! Tentative date: Sunday 29 September. As another mystery-day, the Eighth Day is to Sukkot as Passover is to Unleavened–but in a mirror-image! The Eighth Day is considered by many to be a part of the 7-day Festival, but it is not–for it is separate and distinct in all respects, and reveals the (1+7) and (7+1) mystery aspect common to both Passover and the Eighth Day.

Note: All Biblical dates begin at your local sunset time on the evening before the listed date, except where sunset date is given for clarity.

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15 April 2013The 2nd Passover is Drawing Near!

For those who missed the first Passover, there is one more opportunity this year to participate in Messiah’s New Covenant Passover Memorial Feast, held each year for His Betrothed. Second Passover will be 25 April, with the Passover meal the night before on 24 April after sunset. (See Scheduled Dates Below)

14 April 2013The Countdown to Shavuot (Pentecost) 2013 is underway!

Beginning on the Biblical day of early Firstfruits on 31 March 2013, the countdown (“counting the omer”) has begun. Pentecost will be the day after the 7th Sabbath day after 31 March, or 19 May. (See Scheduled Dates Below)

12 March 2013The New Covenant Passover 2013: Scheduled Dates

For all Born-Again Believers in Messiah, the New Covenant Passover in 2013 will be according to the following Schedule. Note that the barley in Israel was found to be abib, from the results of two barley search team reports. These sources are:

  1. The Nehemia Gordon report, with links to barley search team photos and videos, found here and here; and
  2. The Brian Hoeck report, with photos and descriptions found here.

The new moon for the first Biblical month was sighted on 13 March by witnesses in Israel, from the Nehemia Gordon reports found here and here, making 14 March to be Day-1 of the new Biblical year.

The 2013 Passover Schedule is as follows:

Spring Feasts 2013

Case 1: Barley Is Abib by 12 March:
 New Moon sighted [1st month]    13 March Wed [See Note 1]
 1st Month      Day 1            14 March Thu
 1st Month      Day 10           23 March Sat
 1Passover Meal   [after sunset] 26 March Tue [See Note 2]
 1Passover:     Day 14           27 March Wed 
 1Unleavened1-UB1 [High Sabbath] 28 March Thu
 1Unleavened2-UB2                29 March Fri
 1Unleavened3-UB3                30 March Sat
 1Firstfruits-UB4     FFruits    31 March Sun
 1Unleavened5-UB5                01 April Mon
 1Unleavened6-UB6                02 April Tue
 1Unleavened7-UB7 [High Sabbath] 03 April Wed
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 1Omer Count    Day-1 FFruits    31 March Sun
 1Omer Count    Day 7            06 April Sat
 1Omer Count    Day 14           13 April Sat
 1Omer Count    Day 21           20 April Sat
 1Omer Count    Day 28           27 April Sat
 1Omer Count    Day 35           04 May   Sat
 1Omer Count    Day 42           11 May   Sat
 1Omer Count    Day 49           18 May   Sat
 1Omer Count    Day 50           19 May   Sun
 1Shavuot ('Pentecost')
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Second-Month Passover [If Barley Is Abib by 12 March]:
 New Moon sighted [2nd month]    11 April Thu [See Note 1]
 2nd Month      Day 1            12 April Fri
 2nd Month      Day 10           21 April Sun
 2Passover Meal   [after sunset] 24 April Wed [See Note 2]
 2Passover:     Day 14           25 April Thu
 2Unleavened1- [High Sabbath]    26 April Fri
 2Firstfruits                    28 April Sun
 2Unleavened7- [High Sabbath]    01 May   Wed

Notes:
1. For new moon sighted earlier or later than estimated date, adjust schedule accordingly.
2. A Biblical day always begins at sunset, with the night portion occurring first within the 24-hour period of that day. The Biblical date for the Passover meal is designated as the “night” of the 14th Biblical day, which occurs only at the beginning period of the 14th. Those following tradition do not observe the Biblical Passover on the 14th day, but have the meal and celebration on the night which marks the beginning of the 15th day, which is designated as the start of the Biblical Feast of Unleavened. For Passover timing confirmation in Torah, see The Mystery of Passover: Which Day-Truth or Tradition-Part 5.


23 April 2012The New Covenant Passover

Are you a Born-Again Believer in Messiah, but missed the first-month Passover this year? You can partake of the Biblical 2nd-month Passover (Numbers 9:10-11).

The new moon was sighted in Israel after sunset 22 April, confirming the Biblical date of the 2nd Passover as Sunday 6 May 2012. Following Messiah’s example, the Passover meal will be at the start of the 14th day, which would correspond to night time after sunset, Saturday night, 5 May 2012 (see further details below, in entries for 18 April and 24 March).

18 April 2012The 2nd-Month Passover is drawing near!

For those who missed the first-month Passover, the Biblical 2nd-month Passover (Numbers 9:10-11) will occur on the 14th day of the 2nd Biblical month.

If you missed the first Passover and Feast of Unleavened this season, do whatever it takes to keep the second. See John 6:53-54 for a glimpse of the great importance of participation in the vital New Covenant Passover!

If you are a Believer, you are called to abandon the ‘counterfeit’ Supper (Lev 23:4-5; Psalms 50:16; Rev 2:14,20), and to take the ‘true’ Passover Supper of the Master (Mat 26:26-28; Mk 14:22-24; Lk 22:15-20; John 6:53-56; 1Co 11:23-31; Lev 23:5-6).

Let us renounce the counterfeit Passover elements we have all practiced for years. We renounce the false, simply by keeping the true Last Supper — eating the Passover meal, just as Yahushua and His Disciples did!

At the start of the Biblical 14th day, after sunset, have a special meal, alone or with others, as a memorial of your redemption by the Blood of the Lamb. After the meal, share the unleavened Bread, and the wine or grape juice, in memorial recognition of the Body and Blood of Yahushua.

Bride-candidates who missed the first-month Passover will celebrate the 2nd-month Passover Memorial Feast and the corresponding 7-day Feast of Unleavened.

Actual dates will be confirmed at the sighting of the next new moon. The tentative Passover date is Sunday 6 May 2012, assuming the moon will be sighted on 22 April. Following Messiah’s example, the Passover meal will be at the start of the 14th day, which would correspond to night time after sunset, (tentatively) Saturday night, 5 May 2012.

The corresponding 7-day Feast of Unleavened Bread would be from sunset Sunday 6 May 2012 to sunset 13 May 2012.


24 March 2012The Passover Memorial Feast will occur on the 14th day of the Biblical first month, Thursday 5 April, after sunset. The Barley in the Land of Israel has been found to be ‘abib,’ and the new moon has been sighted by a number of witnesses in the Land of Israel!

Together these declare the first Biblical month of Abib, and the countdown to Passover may now begin. The 14th day is 6 April, with the meal of the Passover Memorial Feast eaten after sunset 5 April, at the start of Passover, exactly as Yahushua did with His disciples. (Rabbinic Tradition, in contrast, celebrates Passover the next night, at the start of the 15th day.)

A Personal Confirming of the New Covenant occurs at Passover. Eating and drinking of the Bread and the Cup of Passover is a personal confirming of the New Covenant, and therefore is of the greatest importance to Born-Again Believers (John 6:53-56).

The Significance of the Feasts to Born-Again Believers is that those of the Bride-Company are identified (in part) by their participation in Father’s Feasts and Sabbaths, which are appointed times of rehearsals set by Father! Many are called to participate in the Feasts, but many refuse to attend, for one reason or another (Luke 14:16-20). And so the Bridal remnant is just that–a remnant.

Other Feast Dates are as follows:

Feast of Unleavened (‘Chag ha Matzot’): 7 days of eating unleavened bread, beginning on the 15th day of the Biblical first month, starting at sunset, Friday 6 April, with High Sabbaths on Saturday 7 April and Friday 13 April.

Early Firstfruits (‘Yom ha Bikkurim’) is the day after the first Sabbath after Passover, this year occurring on Sunday 8 April. This day marks the beginning of a 7-week count to Pentecost (‘Shavuot’).

Pentecost (‘Shavuot’ or ‘Feast of Sevens/Weeks’) will occur by counting 7 Sabbaths beginning on Early Firstfruits, and ending the day after the 7th Sabbath, for a total of 50 days. The 50th day will be Sunday 27 May, and is a High Sabbath.

The Fall Festivals will be confirmed later in the year, but tentative dates can be given. If the new moon is sighted after sunset on Monday 17 September or Tuesday 18 September, the tentative dates are:

Feast of Trumpets (‘Yom Teruah’): Begins the moment the new moon is sighted in the 7th month. This is the Feast of which it is said, ‘No man knows the day or the hour,’ because it is not known in advance when the moon will be sighted. Tentative dates: Monday 17 September or Tuesday 18 September.

Day of Atonement (‘Yom Kippur’): is the 10th day of the 7th Biblical month. Tentative dates: Wednesday 26 September or Thursday 27 September.

Feast of Tabernacles (‘Sukkot’): 7 days of living in a ‘tent’ or portable shelter called a ‘sukkah.’  Tentative dates: beginning Thursday 1 October or Friday 2 October.

The Eighth Day (‘Shemini Atzeret’) is the day after the 7th day of the Feast of Tabernacles, and is a High Sabbath, a day of rejoicing! Tentative dates: Monday 8 October or Tuesday 9 October. As another mystery-day, the Eighth Day is to Sukkot as Passover is to Unleavened–but in a mirror-image! The Eighth Day is considered by many to be a part of the 7-day Festival, but it is not–for it is separate and distinct in all respects, and reveals the (1+7) and (7+1) mystery aspect common to both Passover and the Eighth Day.

Note: All Biblical dates begin at your local sunset time on the evening before the listed date, except where sunset date is given for clarity.


1 March 2012The Purim Celebration will begin at sunset 7 March 2012! The celebration of Purim is a testimony of the victory Yah gives to His people, when they fast and pray, crying out to Him for their rescue, even when threatened with annihilation.

The story of Hadassah (In the Bible–the Book of ‘Esther’) is a modern-day prophetic picture of the Bride, as she appeals to her husband, the Bridegroom-King, on behalf of her people. The Scriptures tell us this day is celebrated on the 14th and 15th day of the 12th Biblical month (Esther 9:18, 21), Thursday 8 March and Friday 9 March 2012, ending at sunset Friday 9 March.


16 May 2011 -The 2nd Biblical month began at sunset 4 May, with Day1 being 5 May. The countdown to Shavuot (Pentecost) is also underway, having started the 50-day count beginning 24 April.

According to Lev 23:15-16, beginning at Firstfruits of 24 April, we are to count 7 sabbaths, from 30 April to 11 June; then the day after the 7th sabbath is 12 June, which is day 50 — named Shavuot in Scripture, and also called ‘Pentecost’ meaning fifty.

The (second-month) Passover, for those who missed the first Passover, is the 14th day of the second Biblical month, from sundown 17 May, to sundown 18 May. Following Messiah’s example, the Passover meal is at the start of the 14th day, after sunset the night of 17 May. The (second-month) 7-day Feast of Unleavened Bread begins sunset 18 May, to sunset 25 May, with the first and 7th days as ‘great’ or ‘high’ sabbath days.

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