What are the 7 Feasts of the Lord?

After a week introducing the study and how we’re going to use Scripture to interpret Scripture, each week focused on one of the feasts: The Passover, The Feast of Unleavened Bread, The Feast of Firstfruits, The Feast of Weeks, The Feast of Trumpets, The Day of Atonement, The Feast of Booths.

What are the 4 feasts in the Bible?

They are “Passover”, “Unleavened Bread”, “First Fruits”, and “Shavuot” (also known as “Pentecost”). These 4 Spring Feasts are summed up in only 19 verses of Scripture (Leviticus 23:4–22).

What are God’s feast days?

Feast of the Cross — 14 (27) September.

  • Christmas — 25 December (7 January)
  • Baptism of Jesus — 6 (19) January.
  • Presentation of Jesus at the Temple — 2 (15) February.
  • Palm Sunday — (Moveable feast)
  • Ascension of Jesus — (Moveable feast)
  • Pentecost — (Moveable feast)
  • Transfiguration of Jesus — 6 (19) August.
  • What is the Feast of Tabernacles in the Bible?

    The Feast of Tabernacles or Sukkot (or Feast of Booths) is a week-long fall festival commemorating the 40-year journey of the Israelites in the wilderness.

    What does Feast of Tabernacles represent?

    The sukkah is erected in honor of Sukkot, or Feast of Tabernacles, a Jewish holiday held in the fall to celebrate the gathering of the harvest as well as the Jewish exodus from Egypt.

    What are the 3 feasts?

    These three feasts are: Pesah (Passover, The Feast o Unleavened Bread), Shavuot (The Feast of Weeks), and Sukkot (The Feast of Booths). The three pilgrimage festivals are connected with both the cycles of nature and important events in Jewish history.

    Why is the Feast of Tabernacles celebrated?

    Cedars-Sinai Celebrates Sukkot The sukkah is erected in honor of Sukkot, or Feast of Tabernacles, a Jewish holiday held in the fall to celebrate the gathering of the harvest as well as the Jewish exodus from Egypt. During Sukkot, observant families spend as much time as possible in the sukkah.

    Why is Feast of Tabernacles important?

    Sukkot is one of the three major pilgrimage festivals of Israel, commemorating the 40 years of wilderness wanderings as well as the completion of the harvest or agricultural year.

    Why is the Feast of Tabernacles important?

    What happens on the Feast of Tabernacles?

    The sukkah is erected in honor of Sukkot, or Feast of Tabernacles, a Jewish holiday held in the fall to celebrate the gathering of the harvest as well as the Jewish exodus from Egypt. During Sukkot, observant families spend as much time as possible in the sukkah.