The Seven Annual Sabbaths

The Seven Annual Sabbaths

If you thought that The Eternal only had weekly Sabbath Days then you would be mistaken.

There are SEVEN Annual Holy Sabbaths that occur once every year.

These SEVEN Annual Sabbaths are:

1 The first day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread

2 The last day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread

3 The day of Pentecost (Shavuot) which coincides with the beginning of The Feast of Weeks

4 The Day of Trumpets (Yom Teruah)

5 The Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur)

6 The first day of the Feast of Tabernacles (Succoth or Sukkat)

7 The Last Great Day (also, Succoth)

These Holy Days are spoken of in Leviticus chapter 23; Three of these annual Sabbaths are Feasts periods. 

Two of the Feast periods have been positively identified in Scripture as being seven day long periods (a 7 day week).

The Feast of Weeks (a.k.a. The Feast of First Fruits), a symbolic Spring Harvest, is most probably, also, exactly seven days long. 

Feasts are “Appointed Times” but are not necessarily Holy Convocations (Sabbath Assemblies). 

However, four of the Seven Annual Sabbath Days (are Holy Convocations and) do occur during a Feast Period (a 7 day week). 

“The Last Great Day” immediately follows the seven day feast period of The Feast of Tabernacles (a.k.a. The Feast of Ingathering, a.k.a. The Feast of Booths, a.k.a. Succoth or Sukkat). 

Only three Annual High Sabbaths positively do not fall within a seven day Feast Period (Yom Teruah, Yom Kippur, and The Last Great Day).

These are not manmade Jewish laws, but The Eternal Father’s Laws.

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