Keep Set Apart Days and the Feasts by using Yahuah's 29 day calendar
(His 24 hour day is from evening to evening.)
Yahuah’s New Moons start a new month. His true New Moon starts rising while it is not quite full and as it gets higher in the heavens, it becomes a full New Moon. This full New Moon will shine again the following evening. Yahuah's New Moon last two days, as in 1 Samuel. Do not count the traditional, scientific full moon as part of Day One, for information on this update please see Yahuah's Calendar page.Blow the trumpets to announce the first of the month, feasts, no business or work except to do work unto Yahuah, as the tabernacle was raised on a day such as this in Exodus 40:20.
Sabbath Days are the 8th, 15th, 22nd, and 29th days of each month. Sabbath Days are days of worship, assembly days, and no work is to be done.
New Moons and Sabbath Days will be the same for all of us.
Each year begins at the first New Moon after the corn of the barley turns green: your barley, not the barley in Jerusalem; it is the first day of the first month.
(There is also the set apart times of daily prayer at the 3rd, 6th, and 9th hours.) Keep in mind that Day Light Saving Time is a man-made time, not Yahuah's time.
Zechariah 8:19 - Thus says Yahuah, "The fast of the fourth month, the fast of the fifth month, the fast of the seventh*, and the fast of the tenth, shall be joy and gladness and cheerful feasts for the house of Judah therefore love truth and peace."
Isaiah 58:5 - Is it not a fast that I have chosen, a day for a man to afflict his soul?
*(The tenth day of the seventh month is during the Feast of Ingathering.)
Perhaps there are signs in the Heavens, on Yahuah's calendar, noting these fast days...
The times of Yahuah's Feasts will be different for us, depending on where you live - as in when you witnessed the green corn of the barley in your area and started your year with the first New Moon after. The rest of the year falls into place from that time, for you...
The Passing Over of Yahuah, or Passover as it is called by most, is on the 14th day of the first month, at evening, and it should not be left until morning.
(Leviticus 23:5) (Exodus 12:8-10) (1 Corinthians 11: 23-26)
Three Annual Feasts of Yahuah
The Feast of Unleavened Bread begins on the 15th day of the first month. It is a day of worship, a day of assembly, and no servile work is to be done. All leaven is to be taken out of our houses and we are to eat unleavened bread for 7 days. The 21st day of the first month is the last day of the 7 days. It is a day of worship, a day of assembly, and no servile work is to be done.
(Exodus 12:17-20) (Leviticus 23:6-8)
The Feast of First Fruits starts on the day after the first Sabbath Day after harvesting the first fruits, as in the barley. (The green corn of the barley was seen to know when to look for the next New Moon to mark the beginning of the year and the barley is not ready to be harvested anywhere near Yahuah's Feast of Unleavened Bread.)
Bread was not to be eaten until the priest waved the sheaf - on the day after the first Sabbath, after the harvest
We start the count of 7 complete Sabbaths from that day - the day after the first Sabbath, after the harvest.
The day after the 7th complete Sabbath Days is a day of worship, a day of assembly, and no servile work is to be done. On this day, a new offering, two loaves of leaven bread were baked, "they are the firstfruits to Yahuah." (Leviticus 23:17) (This equals to more than the traditional fifty day count, as there are New Moons in between.)
(Deuteronomy 16:9-12) (Leviticus 23:9-22)
The Feast of Ingathering is in the seventh month. The 1st day of the month is the New Moon and there is a blowing of the trumpets; it is a day of worship, a day of assembly, and no servile work is to be done. The 10th day is a day of worship, a day of fasting, a day of assembly, and no work is to be done. The 15th day is the first of 7 days, it is a day of worship, a day of assembly, and no servile work is to be done. We are to build dwellings from branches and boughs to live in for 7 days. The 21st day is the seventh of the 7 days; it is a day of worship, a day of assembly, and no servile work is to be done. The 22nd day is a Sabbath Day, as you know. Here it is also known as “the eighth day”, it is a day of worship, a day of assembly, and no work is to be done.
(Nehemiah 8:1-18) (Leviticus 23:24-43)