Unbeknownst to most Christians, the Church kept the 7th day Sabbath and cellebrated all the Feasts
of the Lord well into the fourth century when the Roman Emperor Constantine forbid the church to "do anything the detestable Jews did" (his words not mine). In keeping with that edict, Constantine (who supposedly converted to Christianity from pagan Sun god worship) moved the day of rest from the Biblical 7th day to "the venerable day of the Sun". He also moved the celebration of Y'shua's resurrection from the Feast of First Fruits (the day it actually happened) to the pagan feast of Ishtar. To this day, the church's calendar is still determined by Constantine's anti-Semitic edicts.
I believe that it is time for the church to reject the edicts of Constantine and return to keeping Yahweh's
appointed times. Even though it may be argued that the gentiles are not required to keep the feast days set forth in Leviticus 23, I am convinced that it will bless the heart of Yahveh that we choose to do so, and that we and our children will be greatly blessed by keeping Yahveh's Appointed Times. In the next week or so, I will be adding pages to my website that explain each of Yahveh's Appointed Times, along with suggestions as to how believers can keep the feasts in a manner consistant with our Jewish roots and our faith in Messiah Yeshua. Yahveh’s Moedim are meant to remind us and help us to instruct our children that we serve Yahveh, the Ancient of Days and King of the Ages; who set the clock work of the universe in motion to demonstrate how much He loves us.
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