Passover Week

Terrific shareable easy to understand overview! So many more prophecies were fulfilled, but this is a terrific ‘coat rack’ or set of pegs on which to begin building or with which to share!!

Faith, Grace, and Torah

We hope that this timeline is a blessing and a help to you during this passover season.

Share this with family and friends, use it to help explain the events recorded in the gospel accounts.

A timeline of the week of Messiah's death, burial, and resurrection. A timeline of the week of Messiah’s death, burial, and resurrection.

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4 Responses to Passover Week

  1. I am still not quite clear on this week. First is that the calendar is only five days for the feast of Unleavened Bread. The Scripture says that there are seven days of feast and that the first is a Sabbath, which is mentioned in the picture; yet, there are still two days of feast of Unleavened Bread left and the last of those days is a Sabbath also. And the picutre says that the “Feast of First Fruits is on the 1st day of the week , or on the pagan sunday to be clear, yet the Scipture mentioned Exodus twenty three and verse sixteen actually says, and I will quote from the King James Version: “And the feast of harvest, the firstfruits of thy labours, which thou hast sown int he field: and in the feat of ingathering, which is in the end of the year, when thou hast gathered in thy labours outof the field”.

    This is the beginning of the year so that is misplaced.
    The translation from the solar calendar to the Hebrew calendar is confusing to say the least. The calendar issue is something that the Lord God is going to have to correct when he returns.

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    • Pete Rambo says:

      That calendar only covers the feasts the week that Yeshua died. Each year, Passover can fall on a different day of the week, thus starting the seven day cycle at any given point in the week. Then the 15 of Nisan is the High Shabbat beginning Unleavened and you would count seven days for the end. This year the last day of Unleavened falls on Monday the 21st.

      Firstfruits is the day after the regular weekly Shabbat that is in the Feast of Unleavened Bread… thus, it always falls on the day after Sabbath.

      The calendars are often debated too hotly. Nobody is going to get them perfectly until Messiah returns, but that shouldn’t stop us from trying… as long as it is not at the expense of humility and love.

      Hope that helps.

      Shalom!

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