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* Begins evening before
++ Observed evening before

Roman Year : 2022 Date
First Day of Sacred Year * April 02
Passover *++ April 15
Days of Unleavened Bread * April 16-22
Pentecost* June 05
Feast of Trumpets* September 26
Day of Atonement* October 05
Feast of Tabernacles* October 10-16
Last Great Day* October 17

Roman Year : 2023 Date
First Day of Sacred Year * March 23
Passover *++ April 05
Days of Unleavened Bread * April 06-12
Pentecost* May 28
Feast of Trumpets* September 16
Day of Atonement* September 25
Feast of Tabernacles* Sept 30 - Oct 06
Last Great Day* October 07

Roman Year : 2024 Date
First Day of Sacred Year * April 09
Passover *++ April 22
Days of Unleavened Bread * April 23-29
Pentecost* June 16
Feast of Trumpets* October 03
Day of Atonement* October 12
Feast of Tabernacles* October 17-23
Last Great Day* October 24

Roman Year : 2025 Date
First Day of Sacred Year * March 30
Passover *++ April 12
Days of Unleavened Bread * April 13-19
Pentecost* June 01
Feast of Trumpets* September 23
Day of Atonement* October 02
Feast of Tabernacles* October 07-13
Last Great Day* October 14
And the Lord spoke...
The Sabbaths are a sign between me and you forever.
Exodus 31:12-18, Colossians 2:16-17

The Sabbaths are defined in Leviticus 23, to aid in your understanding each of the Sabbaths are summarized below:
Leviticus 23:1-44 (These Feast Days of God below pertain to new testament Christians and reveal Gods timetable from Jesus Christ, our passover, to the 1000 year reign and to the day of Judgement)

Weekly Sabbath
Weekly Sabbath is an overarching of the yearly Sabbaths and a reminder of the shadow of things to come that are given in the yearly Sabbaths.
Passover is a yearly renewing in us (the saints) of our contract with the Father and Jesus Christ our VICTORY.
Unleavened Bread
Jesus is the fulfillment of unleaved bread. He is the sinless one. An example for us would be not to practice sin. Leaven represents sin.
John 19:38-42, 1 John 2:1-6

Pentecost is the giving of the Holy Spirit, with Jesus as the first fruit of them that have died. We as Christians are to rely on Gods Holy Spirit, in order to become one of the first fruit at Christ's coming.
1 Corinthians 15:20-23


To be always watching and prepared to go to the Lord at any time.
Thessalonians 4:13-18, Matthew 24:30-31

Also called 'at one ment'. To be at one with God the Father, Jesus and the brethren now and at the time of Atonement.
For us to be looking toward the Kingdom of God and the 1,000 year reign of Jesus Christ and Satan bound during this time.
Last Great Day
A time of judgement and teaching, having assurance that all men, women, and children (even those aborted) will have a first chance to be taught of God as the Saints were, then enter into the Kingdom of the Father. Starts weekly Sabbath.
Revelations 20:11, John 6:44-45, Isaiah 54:13