Christmas, Easter, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Valentines Day, etc. Are any of these days found in scripture? Did our God YHWH creator of Heaven and Earth command us to celebrate these days or are they of evil origins?
Our Father YHWH has given us Appointed Times (Moedim) and feasts that we are to celebrate (that are found is scripture) to Him as an everlasting covenant between Him and us His servants and not the secular holidays that are celebrated in the world that are opposed to worshipping Him in truth. Below /are the annual Holy days/feasts/fasts that we are to observe and a description of each. Below is a chart of all the days commanded by YHWH to celebrate each year, below are the dates for 2017 and we will update the list annually. To learn more about each holiday just click on the name of each Holy Day.
2019 Holy Day Calendar
Remember these days are Sabbaths meaning you are not to work on any of these days. Also a day is from sun up to sun down; therefore each holy day starts the night before at sundown and not midnight. Cooking is permitted on all the days except for the weekly 7th Day Shabbat and Yom Hakkipurim (Yom Kippur) because they are complete no work days (Shabbat Shabbaton's).
Sabbath Day (Every week at sundown on Friday night to sundown Saturday night)
Pesach (Passover) (March 30th at twilight right before the sun goes down is when meal is to be eaten)
Chag HaMatzot (Feast of Unleavened Bread) (March 31st and April 6th) No work permitted on 1st and 7th day; however, the feast is for a full seven days.
Chag HaShavout (Pentecost) (May 20th)
Yom Teruah (Feast of Trumpets) (September 29th sundown to 30th sundown)
Yom Hakkipurim ( Yom Kippur/Atonement) (October 8th sundown to 0ctober 9th sundown)
Chag HaSukkot (Feast of Tabernacles) A 7 day festival to rejoice, but we are commanded to not work on the 1st and 8th Day of Feast. (October 14th) No work permitted on 1st day of feast
Yom Shemini Atzeret (8th Day Closing Assembly) (October 21st) No work permitted on 8th day, the day after Feast of Tabernacles