Rosh HaShanah 2022 shows how the priesthood determines (or recognizes) the Head of the Hebrew Year. This is the same calendar as taught to Israel by Moshe (Moses) in the wilderness of Sinai, and was still practiced in the first century, in the time of Yeshua (Jesus). Although it uses barley data from 2022, it applies equally to any year.
This study explains the mistranslation error of Colossians 2:16-17 and how this misunderstanding of the original texts leads many believers to think that it is no longer important to keep the original feasts of Yahweh.
“When Priesthoods Change” explains that when the priesthood changes, the way we celebrate the feasts also changes. That is why we keep the Passover differently today (under the Melchizedekian order) than when we are in the land of Israel (under the Levitical order), or when we first left Egypt (and there was no priesthood).
The No-Priesthood Pesach looks at the first Passover in Exodus 12, to see which elements apply to Yeshua’s faithful now, in the Dispersion, under the Melchizedekian order.
The Levitical Pesach shows us how we are to hold the Pesach under a cleansed Levitical Order (and especially in the land of Israel). It also lays some important groundwork for when we talk about how to keep Pesach under the Melchizedekian order.
The Bride and the Feasts shows us how the Biblical feasts all give us hidden prophetic shadow pictures of how we are to refine ourselves as Yeshua’s Proverbs 31 bride (if we know how to look).