Passover – Pentecost – Tabernacles
Y’hovah, in His great desire to reveal Himself as creator of the universe, of the heavens and the earth and of all humanity, presents Himself in Scripture and creation as the God of all
mankind, past and present, from Adam to us today. Outside of Him and His Word there is no other truth, no other god.
Without Israel there is no understanding of Life, its purpose, its beginning its end, nor what is to come after this age in which we live has ended. He, Elohim, is preeminently the “God of
Deut. 4:1-8; 2 Kings 19:14-16; Ezra 1:1-3; Jer. 32:37-38
Y’Hovah distinctly distinguishes Israel from every other nation as having a special relationship with Him and for a very specific purpose. He calls Himself the Elohim of Israel.
He created and used the Hebrew language - the Hebrew culture - the Hebrew people - the Hebrew prophets and Hebrew history as the foundation and the establishment of all truth.
They are His witness nation to all the earth of every generation. Isaiah 43:1-13, 44:7-8.
Christianity is not Hebrew based and has no Hebrew roots. Even their use of the Name Jesus has been Anglicised and robbed of its connections and purpose. Christianity is rooted in Roman Catholicism, under Roman Emperors and Roman Catholic Popes. They removed and tried to destroy everything Hebrew or Jewish, and in the process invented a “a different
Good News – not that there is another, but only some who are confusing you and want to distort the Good News of Messiah…...let that person be under a curse..." (Gal. 1:6-10)
The Good News of the Kingdom of Heaven has been replaced with the gospel message and Yeshua the Messiah with Jesus Christ. Christianity tells Jews they must become Christians,
while God tells Christianity they must become partners with Israel, and truth as found in them, if they want salvation's entrance into the Kingdom at the second coming. Christianity and Christians must change and be “grafted into Israels adoption and glory, the covenants, the Torah (law), Temple service and the promises… (Read Romans 9-11).
All doctrine, all traditions, all teachings, all observances must be in accordance with all truth as defined by Y’Hovah through His people, prophets and apostles in the Word of Elohim. Every Scriptural truth, every biblical teaching is and must be foundationed and supported by what went before it and that which comes after it. All of Scripture is interconnected and part
of the same message of the Good News of the Kingdom of God - from Genesis to Revelation. Nothing contradicts anything else said in Scripture.
There is no Old Testament and New Testament divisions of the Scriptures. These are man made by Christian theologians. These divisions are used to substantiate false doctrines like
Grace has removed or replaced the Law, and that there is an Old Covenant which has been replaced by a New Covenant, which replaces the Sabbath with Sunday and Passover with
Easter and Tabernacles with Christmas and much more. There are no such teachings or statements in Scripture, they are all men's traditions and teachings meant and designed to
remove God’s traditions. This is Roman Catholicism and Christianity at its worst. (Mark 7:5-13; Matt. 15:1-9; 2Thes. 2:13-15). There are different eras in which all truth was given, such as pre Malachi and post Malachi. That is the prophets of old and the apostles with Yeshua. None removes the other or contradicts the other, they compliment each other.
The Three Major Feasts
When Y’hovah established the three Festival seasons with Moses on Mount Sinai, it was mandated that all the males were to attend these three Feasts each year without exception. Exodus 23:14-17
These three Feasts, Passover, Pentecost and Tabernacles or Pesach, Shavuot and Sukkot in the Hebrew, are major celebrations and memorials that tell the complete story of the
Good News of the Kingdom of Heaven or God. Their threefold message and prophetic promise tells of Yeshua’s first coming, the outpouring of the Holy Spirit (Ruach haKodesh in the Hebrew), and the second coming of Yeshua and of the Millennial Kingdom reign here on earth.
These three Feasts tell that story and hold it all together as one unbroken, continuous theme of the Good News of mankinds redemption, salvation and entrance into the soon coming
Kingdom, which will fill the whole earth. If we follow Scripture and keep everything Y’hovah Elohim of Israel asks us to, without adding or subtracting or changing anything, we cannot get the message, teachings, expectations and requirements of our God wrong. Our place in the Kingdom depends on it. He who has ears to hear!
Sabbaths (Shabbat in the Hebrew) Not Sunday
Leviticus 23:1-3. (TLV) “Then Y’Hovah spoke to Moses saying: Speak to Bnei-Israel, and tell them: These are the appointed moadims (times, Feasts) of Y’Hovah, which you are to proclaim to be holy (kadosh in Hebrew, meaning – to be set apart) convocations (gatherings)- My Moadim (Feasts). Work may be done for six days, but the seventh day is a
Shabbat of solemn rest, a holy convocation. You are to do no work- it is a Shabbat to Y’Hovah in all your dwellings.”
Then this passage continues on to describe the three above Feasts with Sabbath as head of the list.
The Sabbath is a weekly celebration of the complete message of the three annual Feasts. From the message of our salvation in Yeshua to our place in the millennial Kingdom to come.
It’s a day in which we are meant to rejoice and to give honour and praise to Elohim for the Good News message in Yeshua as celebrated at Passover, Pentecost and Sukkot.
Sabbath also celebrates and reminds us of the coming marriage of the Bride to the Bridegroom. This truth is seen in the Pentecost Feast, when Israel met Y’Hovah at Mount Sinai. A
marriage contract was spoken and then written by Y’Hovah, called the Ten Commandments or Torah (Law). To which all the people said “we will do all that Y’hovah our God tells us”
(Read Deuteronomy 4-6)
Yeshua told the twelve disciples to wait in Jerusalem after His resurrection till the promise of the Father was given to them. The Law as promised, would then be written on their hearts
and minds by the Holy Spirit as the covenant renewed and made alive as promised. Read Jeremiah 31:30-36; Ezekiel 36:24-28; '2 Corinthians 3:1-24'
Sabbath means to rest, we cease from our own works and put our trust in Him. For it celebrates the second coming of Yeshua, when all the earth will come under His reign, with His
Bride and bring true peace, rest, prosperity (Shalom) for the next 1000 years. Peace and good will to all mankind that is left will then be established. All sin and rebellion will be put down
After this the second resurrection will happen and the Great White Throne judgements will begin. This culminates in a new heavens and a new earth wherein dwells righteousness and
justice eternally. (Read Revelation 20)