Yahuah's Holy Appointments
The Feasts of Yahuah
The First and Primary Feast
Yahuah established eight appointments of holy convocations to call out His believers to assemble together to meet Him and worship Him forever. All the host of heaven come together at these appointed times to worship together. They are called holy convocations and the feasts of Yahuah. It is critical to have the correct calendar so that believers don’t miss these universal celebrations with the host of heaven. Satan has been very successful in introducing false calendars to keep believers from attending these holy convocations at the appointed times.
These appointed times are called: 1) the weekly Sabbath, 2) Passover and the Feast of Unleavened Bread, 3) the Feast of Firstfruits, 4) the Feast of Weeks, Shavuot, or Pentecost, 5) the Feast of Trumpets, 6) the Day of Atonement, and 7) the Feast of Tabernacles, or Sukkot. The Dates of these divine appointments are according to Yahuah’s eternal 364 day eternal calendar, not according to the Babylonian lunar calendar adopted by Rabbinical Judaism.
See, Yahuah’s 364 Day Eternal Calendar, https://thegatetolife.org/calendar/
Passover is the first and primary celebration commanded by Yahuah, upon which all other feasts depend. It is to remember the lamb sacrificed to protect the firstborn from death, as the angel of death passed over their homes; and to deliver the Israelites from Egypt in the exodus of 1500 BC. It is also the memorial of the sacrifice of Yahusha the Messiah, the Passover Lamb, to deliver all the people of the world from the penalty of death for their sins; to those who repent and believe on His name.
In Leviticus 23, Yahuah commanded the Israelites to keep these celebrations forever, to remember past and future events. Yahuah did not say that these were Israel’s feasts, or the believer’s feasts — they are His feasts. They are not anyone else’s plan which can be ignored. It was only after the lamb’s blood was shed that they were released from bondage. This shows how important the blood of the lamb is. This is the primary lesson of Passover. The redemption of the world from sin and bondage to the devil. It is about freedom and the sacrifice of Yahusha.
It is an abomination that the Catholic Church replaced Passover with the pagan holiday of Easter. Easter was the celebration of the resurrection of Ishtar, in an egg laid by a rabbit. She is their sex queen of heaven. Pagan worship included sacrificing children to Ishtar and coloring Ishtar eggs with their children’s blood. Yahusha was not even resurrected on the first day of the week. The empty tomb was not discovered until the first day of the week. Emperor Constantine issued this order in 325 AD:
The Council of Nicea, On the Keeping of Easter
“At this meeting the question concerning the most holy day of Easter was discussed, and it was resolved by the united judgment of all present, that this feast ought to be kept by all and in every place on one and the same day. For what can be more becoming or honorable to us than that this feast from which we date our hopes of immortality, should be observed unfailingly by all alike, according to one ascertained order and arrangement?”
“And first of all, it appeared an unworthy thing that in the celebration of this most holy feast, we should follow the practice of the Jews, who have impiously defiled their hands with enormous sin, and are, therefore, deservedly afflicted with blindness of soul. For we have in in our power, if we abandon their custom, to prolong the due observance of this ordinance to future ages, by a truer order, which we have preserved from the very day of the passion until the present time. Let us then have nothing in common with the detestable Jewish crowd; for we have received from our Savior a different way.”
“You should consider not only that the number of churches in these provinces make a majority, but also that it is right to demand what our reason approves, and that we should have nothing in common with the Jews. To sum up in few words: By the unanimous judgment of all, it has been decided that the most holy festival of Easter should be everywhere celebrated on one and the same day, and it is not seemly that in so holy a thing there should be any division.”
Eusebius of Caesaria, The Life of the Blessed Emperor Constantine, Ch XVII