FINDING GOD'S FESTIVAL DATES FOR THE YEAR
For a detailed "Jewish" festival calendar go to this Website:
You will see there the FIRST of each month.
Find the 1st of Nisan and move to the 14th of Nisan, the evening
before, or at the beginning of the 14th is Passover - the evening
that is much to be remembered - partaking of the bread and fruit
of the vine and foot-washing ordinance of the New Testament.
The 15th day is first holy day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread.
The 21st day is the last holy day of the Feast of Unleavened
To count to Pentecost:
Find the WEEKLY Sabbath during the Unleavened Bread feast. Start
to count from the Sunday after that weekly Sabbath - count 49
(7 x 7 and 7 weekly Sabbaths during those 49 days) - the 49th day
will be a weekly Sabbath. The very next day - the 50th day - IS
Pentecost. Always on a Sunday. A holy day.
***Some years the weekly Sabbath during the 7 day feast of
Unleavened Bread will be the very LAST day of Unleavened Bread,
but that is STILL WITHIN the 7 day feast. You will still start
your count the day AFTER that weekly Sabbath - the basic rule
DOES NOT change. You may find that many observe Pentecost in
those particular years ONE WEEK before. They have left the basic
rule; they are incorrect in so doing. See my in-depth studies on
that issues on this Website under "Pentecost."***
It is the 1st day of the 7th month - Tishri - Rosh Hashanon on
It is the 10th day of the 7th month - Tishri - Yom Kippur on
Jewish calendar - a holy day of fasting - no water/liquid or
Feast of Tabernacles:
Ist day of the feast is the 15th of Tishri - a holy day - the
feast and goes for 7 days in total.
Last Great Feast:
Is the day AFTER the last day of the feast of Tabernacles. It is
a separate Festival. The 8th day as given in Leviticus 23. It is
a holy day.
***Using many North American calendars***
Many calendars in North America will have "Passover" marked on
them, as well as "Rosh Hashanon" and "Yom Kippur"
Find the day marked "Passover" - the day before at sunset is the
true Passover of the bread and fruit of the vine. Example,
suppose Passover is marked as being Tuesday; one day before was
Monday - that Monday is the 14th of Nisan, hence the beginning of
that 14th was on SUNDAY evening, and that Sunday evening is the
time for the memorial of Jesus' death. Remember God begins days
in the evening.
The Roman calendars that have "Passover" on them, that Passover
day is actually the 15th of Nisan and is the 1st day of the feast
of Unleavened Bread.
The Roman calendars that have "Rosh Hashanon" marked on them -
that is the 1st day of the 7th month and is the feast of
The Roman calendars that have "Yom Kippur" marked on them - that
is the 10th day of the 7th month.
Then count to the 15th day and that is the first day of the feast
of Tabernacles. Starting with 15 count on for 7 days (that will
be the end of Tabernacles).
Count to the next day - the 8th day after those 7 days, and that
8th day is the Last Great Feast.
With the above - the given Website or many Roman calendars - you
can figure out each year the exact dates on the Roman calendar
when all the Festivals of God should be observed.