By: Michael David Beiter Jr.
1. Passover/Unleavened Bread Abib 14th/Abib 15th to 21st
2. Harvest/Weeks/Firstfruits 50 days after the 21st of Abib
3. Ingathering/Tabernacles Ethanim 15th to 21st, plus the 22nd (the eighth day) Additional
4. Trumpets Ethanim 1
5. Atonement Ethanim 10
6. Jubilee Every 50th year (1996…2045), on the 10th day of Ethanim, the Day of Atonement
7. Sh’mittah Every seven years (2016…2023…2030)
It is imperative that we discuss terms before entering into what is sure to be many paradigms anew for you. First would be the concept that the totality of both Covenants, Old and Renewed, are in fact one singular Covenant. No less than a unilateral (Yahweh alone being the sole party to uphold) contract, a unilateral mind Covenant in which Yahweh has promised chosen souls to, “Take out the mind of stone and renew it with a mind of new rawness (“flesh” as properly understood).” (Yechetzqyah/Esekial 11:19-20) It is this established fact combined with the words of Yahshua himself at Yahchanan/John 5:46 (“If you believe Mosheh, only then can you believe me”), that allows for this study to ONLY incorporate verses from Torah (“The Law”; Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy) and remain 100% faithful to both Covenants. Remember loved one, the Renewed Covenant is a literal refresher course of the Old Covenant. The time where and when Yahshua himself corrects all erroneous teachings of the “blind guides” of the time: “You have heard it said, but I tell you!” and he went on to explain the words of Mosheh.
Another important matter to understand is that during their physical lives both Yahshua and Shaul kept the Feasts of Yahweh and the same was commanded of all who profess faith:
“Therefore, purge at the old leaven, that you may be a new batch, since you are unleavened. For truly Yahshua our Passover was sacrificed for us. Therefore, let us keep the Feast, not with old leaven, neither with the leaven of malice and wickedness but with the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth.” (I Corinthians 5:7-8) And if you are prone to believe this only pertains to Passover then let there be no doubt this work was written for you.