Biblical Dates Are
New moons are noted on the day seen after
sunset in the continental United States,
and are dates of expected sightings;
moons are confirmed
by actual sightings. (See New
Dates of Annual High Days are based on these
This calendar is based on the Abib moon being
the first new moon after the Spring Equinox.
Information on Calendar Variation
believers in Messiah, he is our
Passover Lamb. For many of us, he is believed to have died on
(4th day of the week that year, a
Wednesday on today's secular calendars)
and to have
risen on Abib 17 (7th day of the week that year).
The first fruits wave sheaf offering
year would have been on the 18th of Abib, the day after the weekly
keeping with the commandment of Leviticus 23:11.
Many of us also believe that Messiah
first fruits offering of humanity, presenting himself to Yahweh
on that day, the day after that
With the date reference being on a different day of the week each
year, the original day / date relationship occurs only once every
years, therefore on other
this calendar will reflect that
first fruits would
always occur on the day after the weekly Sabbath that follows the
resurrection day. Resurrection day being 3 days after Passover.
Lev 23:11 And he shall wave the sheaf before Yahweh, to be
accepted for you; on the next day after the Sabbath the priest shall
Lev 23:15 From
the day after the Sabbath, the day you brought the sheaf of the wave
count off seven full weeks.
Lev 23:16 Count off
fifty days up to the day
after the seventh Sabbath, and
then present an
offering of new grain to Yahweh.
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