How to observe Feast of Trumpets as a Christian

Hi All. Hope you are all having a blessed Sabbath and had a blessed week.

As we get closer to the biblical fall/spring feasts depending on where you are located, I will be posting more on how to observe these feasts as Christians and if you are new to observing the feast days, it’s purpose and giving you the bible scriptures that indicate this.

I love celebrating Yahweh’s feast days, and I remember early in 2020, when I heard the Lord Jesus Christ tell me in my spirit, ” Mark your calendar , I want you to celebrate the feast days” ~ I started with Passover and I have continued to grow and learn and this has helped my walk tremendously.

The feast of trumpets and the next fall feasts that follow are not yet fulfilled, so we celebrate these feasts in anticipation and excitement of Yeshua Messiah / Lord Jesus Christ returning to fulfill these.

The Feast of trumpets symbolises the upcoming rapture/ catching away of the saints of God.

Please have a look at the slides I have prepared on how to observe this feast , which is coming up on the 26th September at Sundown to the 27th September Sundown, depending on where you are situated and how you observe the new moon. For some this feast will start on the 25th September at sundown.

The Feast of Trumpets is the start of the month of Tishrei or the 7th month in the bible. I pray these slides help and bless you to understand more about this feast. Also if you are starting out to celebrate these feasts , don’t be too hard on yourself. If you were not able to take leave , I encourage you to still celebrate. Yahweh appreciates all our efforts. Shalom ! πŸ€—πŸ™β€

Happy New Moon – Sivan

Happy Rosh Chodesh!! Happy New Moon !! πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰πŸ€—β€πŸ™

Today, at sunset marks the start of the third month in Hebrew calendar called Sivan. Depending on where you are situated the new moon may be observed from the 30th to 31st of May. β€πŸ™ 🎊

Interesting facts about the month of Sivan

  1. In the Torah , it is mentioned simply as the the third month , see Exodus 19:1
  2. The name Sivan is mentioned once in the bible in the book of Esther , see Esther 8:9
  3. On the third day of the month the LORD instructed Moses to “set a boundary”~ (hagbalah) for the people in the preparation for the coming revelation to be given 3 days later, which was the giving of the Torah. See Exodus 19: 9-15
  4. The first five days of the month of Sivan anticipate the day that the Torah was revealed to Israel at Sinai, namely on the 6th of Sivan which was at that time exactly 7 weeks after the Exodus from Egypt. I do not believe its a fixed day as some do,  but rather that we always count from the Sabbath of first fruits until the 49th day. 
  5. Most importantly this month commemorates the giving of the Holy Spirit/Ruach Ha-kodesh to the followers in Jesus/Yeshua after His ascension to Heaven πŸ˜ŠπŸŽ‰πŸ™πŸŽ‰
Numbers 10-10 : 10 "And in the days of your gladness, and in your feasts, and in your new moons, ye shall sound with the trumpets at your whole-burnt-offerings, and at the sacrifices of your peace-offerings; and there shall be a memorial for you before your God: I [am] the Lord your God.” 
Psalm 81- 3 to 4:  3Β Blow the trumpet at the new moon, in the glorious day of your feast.Β 4Β For [this] is an ordinance for Israel, and a statute of the God of Jacob.”  

The Purpose of the New Moon

  • πŸ™ Appreciate and thank God for what He is doing in your life
  • ➑️ Repentance
  • ❀ Receive a word from the Lord
  • πŸ™Œ Worship God
  • πŸŽ‰ Have a feast

The commandment to sanctify the new moon of Sivan reveals our responsibility to sanctify (i.e. observe) biblical time in general. This implies that when we observe the month that the Torah was revealed to Israel , we are infact acknowledging that time itself is rooted in the biblical calendar with its divinely inspired cycle of holy days and feasts (i.e. the moedim).

May you have a blessed new moon πŸ€—πŸ™!

Bibliography:

  1. Hebrew for Christians

The Significance of the Feast of Unleavened Bread for Believers in Lord Jesus Christ

Hi all , I trust you are all having a blessed Passover πŸ™‚πŸ™ I have prepared this presentation below as a guideline to observing the feast. I pray that this blesses you ❀❀

Leaven or yeast is a symbol of sin. Unleavened bread has no leaven to puff it up, thus it’s flat. We see that the next step in God’s plan or fulfilling of this feast is to remove sin from our lives. Sin is like leaven , it makes us proud and puffs us up. The flat bread symbolises being humble.

For me the other significance is that I also remove that which hinders my walk with God, e.g. getting rid of incorrect beliefs, habits etc. And reflecting on that. Getting rid of things I have come to learn through my deliverance journey like physical things that can hinder my walk which include cursed objects. Recently, I made a post on some of the symbols I learnt were infact satanic through a documentary with John Todd.

I do believe that sometimes and given how things are set up in the world, you may be working on a Sabbath etc, you may not be able to physically remove all the leaven from your house, or you live in a house where not everyone observes the feasts. I would try to ensure my room at least has no leaven.πŸ™ However , I do believe that our Heavenly Father sees and acknowledges all our efforts and that we should try our best to keep the feasts. β€πŸ™

May you have a blessed feast of Unleavened bread πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰!!

How to keep Passover as a Christian

Hi All. This is a short presentation below that I have put together on keeping Passover as a Christian.

This will be my third year observing the feasts. I still remember in 2020, just before Passover started, how I had heard the Lord tell me to mark my calendar and that He wanted me to celebrate His biblical feasts.

Celebrating the biblical feasts has greatly increased my walk with Yahweh. I love celebrating the Lord and I have learned so much from observing them.

I believe this is certainly an appointed time to spend with God, hear from Him and continue to grow in Him.

I also did some research into the Seder meal, but usually, I just do a Passover meal with communion. You can also do some research on the Seder meal with the four cups and decide if you would like to keep it that way.

Also important to note that on the day of Passover you also start eating unleavened bread and prior to this day you would have already started to give away or put away the leavened bread or any rising agents used for cooking from your house. It’s understandable that we may stay in a household where not everyone celebrates the feasts, but then go as the Lord leads you. Take out the leaven from your room at least.

But most importantly for me, it’s also about the spiritual leaven and getting rid of things that spiritually hinder us.

For more ways on keeping the Passover, I recommend you watch these videos on YT:

1. How to Celebrate the feast days as a Christian – 2022 CALENDER AND NEW MOONS INCLUDED ~ by Change is coming on YT

2. Should Christians celebrate Passover ~ Unlearn the Lies on YT

3. Passover how-to-guide for believers in Yeshua ~ by Unlearn the Lies on YT.

You can also visit http://www.messianicsabbath.com for the biblical feast calendar for additional information on the feasts. The Passover is not treated as a Sabbath or Holy Convocation day. But rather the first day and seventh day of Unleavened bread which starts on the 15th April at sunset.

May you have a blessed upcoming #Passover /#Pesach πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰πŸ˜ŠπŸ™