Did you know that two major prophecies have been fulfilled on major Feast Days in the past 70 years? Before I reveal that, I would like to review the Spring Feast of YHVH. I have created the following image below to help you make the connection.
As you will notice from the image, the Spring Feast Days are comprised of the following along with the dates on the Hebraic Calendar:
1. Passover (Nisan 14)
2. Unleavened Bread (Nisan 15)
3. Firstfruits (Nisan 17)
4. Shavuot (Sivan 7)
Prophecies fulfilled on Feast Days: These 4 Spring Feast Days are identified on the left hand side of the Menorah. It was in 34 A.D. that (I believe among others) Yahshua was chosen by his Heavenly Father as the perfect lamb for the remission of sin. It was on Wednesday, Nisan 14 in 34 AD that he died on that Roman cross. Contrary to popular belief, Yahshua died on a Wednesday, not a Friday! You do not get 3 days and 3 nights from Friday, sundown to Sunday, sunrise. Do the math. It does not compute! Rather he died on a Wednesday and arose 72 hours later after sunset on Saturday night/ Sunday morning. According to TorahCalendar.com, the only time that he could have died on a Wednesday on Passover would have been in 34 AD. View the link for yourself!
Prophecies Fulfilled on Feast Days: It was on the Feast of Unleavened Bread that he was placed in the grave, and three days (72 hours) later he arose on the Feast of FirstFruits. An exact fulfillment of prophecy! Thus, you will notice the “Fulfilled” in green on the image. 50 days later, the Ruach ( Holy Spirit) filled the early followers of Yahshua with his presence as recorded in the book of Acts. This was the fulfillment of The Feast of Shavuot.
You might be surprised to understand that these Feasts have been rehearsed for thousands of years by the Jewish People. They are required to follow it and it has become engrained throughout there culture, but I don’t believe they fully understand what the connection is as far as a practical application. We Christians should understand that the connection is to our Messiah, Yahshua/Jesus. This is exactly what these Feasts point to. Not only that, the fall Feasts point to him as well as you will see!