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Notes: The dates given for the holiday dates are based on the modern Jewish calendar and NOT the calendar Jesus followed! The dates for Rosh Hashana (Feast of Trumpets) and Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement are: Sept 16th and Sept 24 (evening) and Sept 25 (daytime). The Plain Truth will have a complete article on these two dates and the meanings of the holidays, as well as God's MANDATE that everyone is to participate in the Feast of Tabernacles - a one week vacation!

Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur are not just Jewish holidays, says a new video series by a Christian teacher of Hebraic roots.

They are called "Feasts of the Lord" in the Bible and have special meaning and significance for all believers in the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. They were commemorated by Jesus and His apostles – and continued to be observed by Jesus' followers in the first century even after His death and Resurrection.

Pastor Mark Biltz of El Shaddai Ministries in Washington state has produced, in conjunction with WND Videos, a compelling and exhaustive teaching

series on the biblical feasts as outlined in Leviticus by Moses. The spring and fall feasts, Biltz says, were not intended only for the children of Israel – and they have special meaning with respect to the life, death, resurrection and return of Jesus.

There's still time to learn these important lessons before the fall feasts are past.  MORE>>>>>