Christian Feasts of the Creator, “I AM,” Dates for C.E. 2016 / A.H. 5777
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Feast dates are calculated using the strict method of Lev 23:1-44 in accordance with astronomical data (Gen 1:14); and, not according to the scribes who Messiah rebuked as hypocrites for changing the word of God (changing feast dates, inventing new secular feasts, attempting to alter the clear meaning of Scripture through their interpretations, etc.).
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More Information about the Feast Dates
You are required to proclaim the feasts of the Creator, “I AM.” (cf., Lev 23:4; Ex 3:14)
The following feast dates were calculated using the strict method of Lev 23:1-44 in accordance with astronomical data (Gen 1:14); and, not according to the scribes who Messiah rebuked as hypocrites (see biblical citations below list).
1. Sabbath Day, sunset Friday to sunset Saturday, each week.
2. Passover (14 Abib/ Nisan) sunset Thurs. April 21, 2016, keeping vigil until midnight.
3. Unleavened Bread (15 Abib / Nisan) 1st holy day, sunset Fri. April 22 through sunset 23rd.
4. Unleavened Bread (21 Abib/ Nisan) 2d holy day, sunset Thurs. April 28 through sunset 29th.
5. Pentecost Day (Count date per Lev 23:15-16) sunset Sat. June 11 through sunset 12th.
6. Trumpets (1 Tishri) sunset Sun. Oct. 2 through sunset 3rd.
7. Atonement (10 Tishri) sunset Tues. Oct. 11 through sunset 12th.
8. Tabernacles (15 Tishri) sunset Sun. Oct. 16 through sunset 17th.
9. Last Great Day (22 Tishri) sunset Sun. Oct. 23 through sunset 24th, 2016.
Note: These dates may differ from other groups; to find these dates, follow the simple method proclaimed by Scripture. (Lev 23:1-44)
Messiah rebuked the scribes (Mat 15:7-9) as hypocrites — those who change the Scriptures to suit themselves — and, consequently now follow their own erroneous dates as though they are holy. (cf., Mat 6:2, 5, 16; 15:7-9; 16:3; 22:13; 23:14-19; Mark 7:6-9; Luke 11:44; 12:56)
Click here to see exactly how our study group uses astronomical data to find the correct holy dates in perfect accordance with Lev 23:1-44 and Gen 1:14.
Source: This calendar corrects and expands dates on pp. 601-607, A Still Small Voice: Vol. 1-3: The Vatican, the USA, and Israel in Bible Prophecy by John Fritz and Gayle E. Slaughter, ISBN 13: 978-0-9789470-0-2, SkybridgePress.com, 2006.
Disclaimer: The feast dates are controversial due to differences among various groups in calculating the dates. You have a duty to do your own research, check our calculations, and determine whether you think the date we observe is accurate.