Wednesday, October 6, 2010


Foremost, it is imperative for all Christ followers to realize that the feast days outlined in the book of Leviticus are God's Feast Days. 

As such, they are not just to be observed by the Jewish people, but by all those whom belong to the God of Abraham, Issac and Jacob. 

The Word of God confirms to us that these feast days are "the appointed feasts of the Lord" and thus belong to the Lord and ALL those who belong to Him, Jew and Gentile.


Leviticus 23

Feasts of the LORD
 1 And the LORD spoke to Moses, saying, 2 “Speak to the children of Israel, and say to them: ‘The feasts of the LORD, which you shall proclaim to be holy convocations, these are My feasts.

Please note that the Hebrew name for feast is "moed" which means "appointed time".The Hebrew word for "convocation" is "miqra" which translated, means "dress rehearsals".

As such, God's Word even indicates to us that His appointed times/feast days were given to us as foreshadowing and actual dress rehearsals for God's plan of redemption.

Incredibly, the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus were fulfilled to the very day; falling on the first three, consecutive Spring feasts days.

The Spring Feast day immediately following these three, Shavout, was fulfilled just as precisely. 

The day of Pentecost coincided to the very day as it happened on the actual day of the feast of Shavout.
As we can therefore see, the appointed Spring Feast Days were fulfilled to the very days they fell on with the First Coming of the Lord Jesus Christ.

Therefore, it is evident that the Fall Feasts will also be fulfilled with such precision, regarding His Second Coming.

With this logic and supporting Scripture, many believe that the Rapture of those who belong to the risen Savior, will also occur on a Feast Day.

Please see the following blog entry for further details regarding God's appointed feast days and their potential alignment with the end times and coming "Day of the Lord".

The preceding blog entry expounds on the multiple rationales pointing to the feast day of Rosh Hashanah as a very possible designated time for the Rapture. 
For the multitude of reasons explained therein, many who heed the Lord's command to watch for His return, were exceedingly dismayed when the Fall Feast days came and went this year.

However, there has been new and exciting information regarding the timing of the Feast Days this year!

This year's Fall Feast Days may have actually been observed a month too early and therefore may have not yet officially come to pass. The following explains this valid reasoning:

God's calendar begins in the Spring with the first designated month being the month of Nisan. This year's observed Jewish and Gregorian calendars had the month of Nisan beginning 4 days before the actual Vernal Equinox. Thus, it was not officially Spring yet.

This error would likewise result in the incorrect observance of all the Spring and Fall Feast Days as it would result in their scheduled dates on the existing calendar having been a month too early.

Notable is the fact that year's observance of Rosh Hashanah/Feast of Trumpets was actually still during the summer as the Autumnal Equinox did not occur until two weeks after the feast was observed. 

Rosh Hashanah is a Fall Feast Day and therefore the dating does appear to be off as it was not celebrated in the fall, but the summer.

Consequently, this deviation moves Rosh Hashanah forward four weeks which means it would instead be observed at the coming next new moon.

According to this theory, on the Gregorian calendar, the next new moon(and possible Rosh Hashanah/Feast of Trumpets) falls on October 9, 2010.

Therefore, this coming new moon, around October 9, 2010, may actually be the correct date to observe the Feast Day of Rosh Hashanah, meaning that there is still hope for a Rosh Hashanah Rapture of those who eagerly await their Savior.

Important to note, according to God's Word, the Feast of Trumpets is celebrated with the sighting of the new moon  by two witnesses.

Therefore, the actual day of Rosh Hashanah still cannot be known for certain as the visualization of the new moon may be from October 9, 2010 to several days later.

This new astounding insight, wherein the dating of the Jewish calendar and feast days may actually be off by a month, certainly shows that though we can know the season; no man can know the day or the hour!

Mark 13:32 "No one knows about that day or hour, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father.

1 comment:

  1. Trumpets falls on Oct 21st on the Millennial calendar of scripture. Dec. 30th and Feb 17th, 2011 are the two wine feasts of the Bride, a Pentecost and double Pentecost count from the Last Great Day of the Feast. Days to watch.