Video 1:

Establishing the Head of the Year (on the Hebrew Calendar)

In this 7-part Video Series, we explain how Scripture says to establish the head of the year. The key is to offer the very first available sheaf of aviv (medium dough) barley on the day of the Wave Sheaf Offering, 15-21 days after the first crescent sliver of the new moon is seen from the land of Israel. We should NOT take this sheaf of firstfruits from the main harvest! (Because the main harvest is NOT the firstfruits!)

Chapter 3:

Chag Sukkot – The Feast of Tabernacles

Chag Sukkot: the Feast of Tabernacles explains how the Pilgrimage Feast of Tabernacles symbolized the consummation and the week-long wedding feast in the ancient Hebrew wedding. And it also shows many prophetic fulfillments of this feast, both in the past, and in the future, and also right now (today). (Warning: this study is only for those who want to be taken as Yeshua’s Proverbs 31 bride!)

Video 3:

Chag Sukkot – the Feast of Tabernacles

Chag Sukkot: the Feast of Tabernacles explains how the Pilgrimage Feast of Tabernacles symbolized the consummation and the week-long wedding feast in the ancient Hebrew wedding. And it also shows many prophetic fulfillments of this feast, both in the past, and in the future, and also right now (today). (Warning: this video is only for those who want to be taken as Yeshua’s Proverbs 31 bride!)

Chapter 5:

Where is Equinox Commanded?

This study explains why many Karaites and Messianic believers are unwittingly practicing sun worship by “waiting for spring” before keeping the Passover, even when the barley is aviv (medium dough). It also explains how, if you believe the Passover cannot take place in winter, or if you feel you must “wait for spring” before celebrating the Passover, then you are unwittingly practicing sun worship, as “waiting for spring” or “waiting for the Spring Equinox” is not commanded anywhere in Scripture.

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