How are we to discern the times? By understanding God’s Calendar. Often it has been called the “Jewish Calendar” for the simple reason that for centuries Jews are the only people who have used it. In truth, this is the Hebrew Calendar based on the commandments of the Lord. And while there is still debate as to the specifics of this calendar (such as the reckoning of the New Moon at the start of each month), those who want to know the appointed times of the Lord should become familiar with His instructions on how to measure time.
In recent years, Christians have become aware of the wisdom in learning and following God’s Calendar. This is all part of the process of discerning times and seasons so that we are not caught unaware and unprepared in these Last Days. These articles are an attempt to help with that process.
Demystifying the Calendar
“It’s Time to Get on God’s Calendar”: An Exhortation by Pastor Don Finto
Jesus Without Christmas
Miriam, Did You Know?
About That Great Sabbath Debate
Should Christians Keep the Sabbath?
Spring Feasts (Passover, Unleavened Bread, First Fruits, Pentecost/Shavuot)
Start Thinking About Passover!
The Godly Legacy of Passover, Part I
The Godly Legacy of Passover, Part II
Missed the Crucifixion? Don’t Miss the Resurrection!
What We Missed About Pentecost
Fall Feasts (Rosh Hashana/Feast of Trumpets, Yom Kippur/Day of Atonement, Sukkot/Feast of Tabernacles)
Silent Night in September
Trumpets For All Israelites: Why the High Holy Days Are More than Just “Jewish” Feasts
Purim and Hanukkah
The “Official” Snarky Guide To The Differences Between Christmas and Hannukah – Jeff Dunetz
Why Amalek Matters
The Shemitah and The Yovel: Examining The Relevance of God’s Appointed Times
Part I: Counting the Days
Part II: Consequences of Missed Appointments
Part III: Diaspora Does Not Mean Destruction
Part IV: A Habitual Rebellion
Part V: Is The Time Now?
Part VI: No Idle God
Part VII: Managing Expectations: Case Studies in God’s Processes
Part VIII: Walking Through The Open Gate
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