Feasts of the Bible Calendar 2022

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Are you ready for the Feasts of the Bible for 2022?

Lev. 23:1-2 (KJV) 1 The Lord spoke to Moses and said: 2 “Speak to the children of Israel and say to them: The feasts of the Lord, which you shall proclaim as holy convocations, shall be these-
Lev. 23:4 (NASB) 4 These are the festivals appointed by the Lord, holy convocations that you will proclaim on the dates appointed for them-

Note that these are the Feasts or Appointed Times of God, not of Moses, nor of the Jews. They are not “traditional” celebrations exclusive to a certain religion, they are God’s instructions for EVERY person who is part of his people. Remember the context: at the time that God gives the instruction of these special appointments between Him and His People, He is speaking to all of Israel and the foreigners who have been grafted into it. They are for ALL his people and they are FOREVER.

That is why he says: ‘This will be a perpetual statute for all your descendants, wherever they live.’ (NIV Lev.23:14) That is also why the prophet Zechariah says about the end times:

Zac. 14:16 (NASB) 16 And it will come to pass that every survivor of all the nations that went against Jerusalem will go up from year to year to worship the King, the Lord of hosts, and to celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles (of Booths)

They have tremendous meaning and teaching for those of us who are part of his People. They are a didactic tool through which we learn and experientially experience spiritual principles that show us God’s plan of salvation for His People through the Messiah Yeshua-Jesus Christ and teach us about the reconciliation we have with the Father through Him.

Let’s make important to us what is important to Him, let’s prepare to celebrate with our Beloved! If you still do not celebrate the Biblical Holidays, the divine appointments between God and those who are part of his People, we invite you to learn more about this topic, it will change your life and amazingly affirm your relationship with the Lord!

Here we share our holiday calendar for this cycle so that you keep it in mind and in time you can make the necessary arrangements to celebrate these festivities established by God for those who are part of his people. Shalom!

————————-> TECHNICAL NOTE for our dear friends who like more detail: This calendar is made to make it easier for anyone who wishes to prepare to celebrate the Biblical Feasts on the date that the Jewish people celebrate them since the dispersion. Before the dispersion, this Hillel calendar was not used, but the face-to-face observation of the lunar cycles in Israel to establish the beginning of the months, which was later validated by the Sanhedrin. That’s another story.

Our purpose in sharing this calendar for free is that you can anticipate the dates in the commonly used Gregorian calendar to make the work, economic preparations etc., necessary to observe the Biblical Feasts.

Not all traditional Jewish celebrations are included, eg. the new year of the trees and the different fasts of the year. Note also that in the Hillel calendar the year begins in the seventh month or Tishri during the Feast of Trumpets, as established by the rabbinic order, unlike the Biblical indication of the beginning of the year in Abib with the barley harvest. In rabbinic counting we are in the year 5782 of creation.

We include the Feast of Dedication and Purim with the indication that they are traditional festivals since they are mentioned in the Bible in the Gospel of John and in the book of Esther. They are not festivals ordained by God in perpetuity like the festivals of Leviticus 23, but their origin is linked to Israel and are worth remembering.