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- Just below, you’ll see a calendar with the exact days we’ll be closed coming up. It definitely affects you IF you’re normally on THURSDAYS!! So, just be aware 🙂
My family and I celebrate the Feasts (Holidays) listed in the Bible! These holidays are way older than any of the ones we find on our American Calendars; to find these holidays, you have to look into the Bible and to a Hebrew Calendar. These holy days are some of the most fascinating and wonderful ways to get to know God and His purposes on earth even better! They’re the holidays Jesus Himself celebrated! So, if you care to learn, I’ll share some neat things about these Feasts that God set up for His people to REMEMBER Him and to REMEMBER His goodness all throughout the year (look just underneath the calendar below). Exactly like the Spring feasts of Passover/ Unleavened Bread (when Jesus was crucified), First Fruits (the day He was resurrected), and Shavuot (known as Pentecost in the Greek language, the day the Holy Spirit was given, also the same day the Torah was given to Moses on Mt. Sinai) were fulfilled with the first coming of the Messiah (Jesus Christ), the Fall feasts really seem to point to the prophecies that will be fulfilled when He Returns! Below is a calendar showing the days we’ll be CLOSED and below that you’ll find the brief descriptions of the Biblical Feasts I’m talking about over the next 4-5 weeks! In my humble opinion, there’s never been a year like 2020…this is a great time to look into these things! Our redemption is drawing near!
We’ll be CLOSED Thursday, September 17 to honor the Feast of Trumpets (“Yom Teruah” in Hebrew, also known as the day of “sounding the shofar” or “making a noise”) found in Leviticus 23:23-25 and Numbers 29:1. This feast has been known through the ages as one you “don’t know the exact day or hour” because it’s a Hebrew idiom used when looking for the appearing of the new moon in order to celebrate this feast…some Bible students may recognize that phraseology because Jesus actually uses it!! Look up Matthew 24:29-39, Matthew 25:13, Mark 13:28-37, 1 Thessalonians 5:1-11, and Revelation 16:15 and think about the implications of these things!
Sunday, October 9 – Day of Atonement (“Yom Kippur” in Hebrew, the one day in the year when the High Priest went behind the curtain in the Temple into the Holy of Holies) This day reminds us that the High Priest was only allowed 1 day per year to offer blood of sacrifices to atone for or redeem the peoples’ sin. We all have sinned and fallen short, but the glorious truth is that our sins can be forgiven and completely washed away by calling upon the name of Yeshua (Jesus)! There is a day coming in the future, called Judgement Day, and if our sins are not covered by His blood, we will have to answer. Praise God there is a way to stand free of sin and guilt by accepting forgiveness & cleansing from God the Father through Yeshua (Jesus)! Leviticus 23:26-32, 1 John 4:10, Heb 10:1-16
We’ll be CLOSED Thursday, October 1 – Thursday, October 8 – Feast of Tabernacles (“Sukkot” in Hebrew meaning “booths”) This Feast is the great celebration lasting 8 days! It represents a time of renewed fellowship with God, remembering His sheltering provision and care for us whether we are in a desert-place or in a place of abundance, either way He is the source of all we need. It’s celebrated by feasting, rejoicing, living in a temporary shelter like a tent (lots of people go camping!), and giving thanks to God for His provision. It’s a time of celebrating the bringing in of the last great harvest of the year. (John 1:14 says that the Word of God came and “tabernacled” among us, which I believe alludes to the actual time of year Jesus was born) Leviticus 23:33-43, Deut 16:13, Zechariah 14:16-17, John 7:1-24, John 1:1-18, Revelation 19:6-10