Hello Family, below are all of the Holy Days and Sabbaths for 2014 with their respective precepts.

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Each Holy Day start at sundown of the dates given and those that have highlighted Sabbaths are also mentioned. For example: the Feast of Unleavened Bread lasts for seven days, the first and last days are Sabbaths not the entire seven days.

Even thought the precepts where you can find these Holy Days in the bible are mentioned below, please refer to the GOCC website for an intensive breakdown of why and how to celebrate the Holy Days. They also give precepts on how Christ has or will fulfill these Holy Days.

 

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Purim Feast  (Ester 9:21)

February 25-26

New Year and New Moon (Spring)

March 15th

Passover (Lev 23:5)

March 28th

 

Feast of Unleavened Bread  (Lev 23:9-14)

March 29th -4th

(Day 1  March 29th and Day 7  April 4th are Sabbaths)

 

First Fruits (Lev 23:15)

May 17th

 

New Moon (Summer)

June 14th

 

New Moon (Fall)

September 13th

 

Memorial of Blowing of Trumpets (Lev 23:23-25)

September 13th

 

Day of Atonement (Lev 23:26-32)

September 22nd

 

Feast of Tabernacles (Lev 23:33-44)

September 27 – October 3rd

(1st Day Sept. 27 and 7th Day Oct. 3 are Sabbaths)

Feast of Dedication/ Feast of Lights (John 10:22 & 1 Macc 4th Chapter)

December 6-13

(1st Day Dec. 6 and 7th Day Dec. 13 are Sabbaths)

New Moon (Winter)

December 13th

 

 

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Please keep in mind that the Holy Days and Sabbaths start at sundown of the dates above.

I hope you all prepare and enjoy all of your Holy Days. Me and my family will definitely have a great time. They get better and better each and every year.

Y’all Stay Blessed!

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2 thoughts on “Holy Days 2014

  • March 1, 2014 at 8:31 am
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    Praise the Most High for letting you put this up…this is very much needed and appreciated…I will surely be writing this down in my planner…Thank you Thank you Thank you!!!

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    • March 8, 2014 at 6:03 pm
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      No problem at all sis. Every year I want to be more and more prepared to celebrate the Holy Days the right way. I can’t wait til the day we can naturally celebrate all on one accord with everything in us!

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