Christmas is not so much as mentioned anywhere in the New Testament. Paul, the apostles, and the early true church, never observed it!
The idea that Yahshua was born December 25th, is one of the fables the Apostle Paul prophesied (II Tim. 4:4) would deceive the world in these latter days.Read More
“Shavuot occurs on the sixth of the Hebrew month of Sivan.The name Shavuot (‘weeks’) derives from its celebration seven weeks (a week of weeks) after Pesach. In the Torah it is also designated by the names Chag Hakatsir, the Harvest Festival (Exodus 23:16), and Chag Habikurim, the Feast of First Fruits (Exodus 34:22).”Read More
"The moon has been used to determine the months, as the Jews still do today. Many look to observe the tiny crescent moon to start the month. But that's confusing as it depends on where you are - it doesn't happen on the same day, at the same time everywhere. And Scripture tells us that Yahweh is not the author of confusion. But the conjunction of the moon occurs at one split second, all over the world. That is when the moon comes directly between the earth and the sun and nothing of the moon can be seen. That is what is being referred to in this article as the new moon.Read More