Projected Holy Day/Dates 2022

26 Jan

Based on our understanding of Scripture, the seasons and the ‘lights in the heavens’, below is our reckoning of the tentative dates for the Biblical observances for the Gregorian year 2022.

Not only is the recognition and observance of the Biblical Holy Days a part of each believer’s ‘reasonable service’, there is a revelation, clarity and understanding that only comes in the ‘doing’.

The entirety of the Gospel Message is laid out in the Feasts of Yahweh, and in the doing of these mandated events, there comes a greater depth of insight into the days in which we find ourselves, end-time events and days that are to come; events and days for which we are actually performing ‘dress rehearsals’ in our physical and spiritual observances of these appointed days/dates.

So, as the writer of Hebrews admonishes, may we not forsake the assemblies as has become the habit of some as ‘The Day’ approaches. Shalom

Projected Holy Day/Dates 2022

Biblical New Year                               April 2nd (beginning the evening before)

Bringing in of The Lamb                     April 11th (beginning the evening before)

Passover Service                                 April 15th  (that evening)

1st Day Unleavened Bread                 April 16th – Sabbath (begins the evening before)

Day of the Wave Offering                  April 17th  (begins the evening before)

Last Day Unleavened Bread              April 22nd – Sabbath (begins the evening before)

Pentecost/Shavuot                            June 5th  – Sabbath (begins the evening before)

Feast of Trumpets                              Sept 26th  Sabbath (begins the evening before)

Day of Atonement                             Oct 5th  Sabbath (begins the evening before)

First day of Sukkot                             Oct 10th Sabbath (begins the evening before)

Last day of Sukkot                             Oct 16th  (begins the evening before)

8th Assembly                                       Oct 17th  Sabbath (begins the evening before)                               

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