This is a study of the dates mentioned in the Bible and whether they have any prophetic significance for today.

 

 

Bible Holidays and Their
 Prophetic Significance
Bible Holidays are a key to understanding Bible prophesy.

1. There are three holiday seasons and several annual Bible Holidays.

2. While these holidays were enumerated by Moses, they did not start with Moses. These holidays even existed before the Levitical priesthood.

3 ALL important events in the Bible took place on or near these dates.

3. There are NO exceptions to this rule.

4. Therefore, all prophesied future important events will take place on or near these same dates in the future.

5. To know our future we need to study our past.

Introduction

   God's holidays were observed from the time of Noah, possibly even before the flood. Abraham, Isaac and Jacob observed the holidays. Moses, Joshua and the Kings of Israel observed the holidays. The prophets such as Isaiah, Jeremiah and Joel kept the holidays. King David wrote about them in the Psalms. Two Old Testament books are completely about the holidays. One-third of the gospels and two New Testament books are about the holidays. Jesus Christ, Peter and Paul observed the holidays. The Bible Holidays were observed in the New Testament until the year 64 A.D. for at least 3,500 years of, off and on, observance! All these holidays will be observed after Jesus returns.

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What are these holiday names and what are their dates?

What happened in the past at Passover time? What might take place in the future at this time of the year .

What happened in the past at Pentecost? What might take place  in the future at this time of year.

What happened in the past at Trumpets? What might take place in the future at this time of year .

What happened in the past at Atonement? What might take place in the future at this time of year .

What happened in the past at Tabernacles? What might take place at this time of year in the future.

The Two Calendars of the Bible

Bible Holidays are statutes under the law Thou shalt keep holy the Sabbath day.
 

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