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YAHOWAH's Consecrated Days
1. Annual Sabbath / Feast Day
2. Weekly Sabbath
3. New 'Moon'
4. Book Night
Studies on the Different Groups of YAHOWAH's Days
1. Annual Sabbath / Feast Days
All students of YAHOWAH’s Word are aware of His weekly Sabbath’s, and how important they are for the wellbeing of mankind. The weekly Sabbath’s are consecrated or set apart for, meditation, prayer, fellowship with the believers, for learning and/or teaching; an opportunity to gather together as a family to Worship our Great Creator and Saviour.
Many in the Christian churches have been mislead to believe that “Sunday” is the day of rest, but YAHOWAH says the 7th day of the week is our rest, plus the Annual Feast Days. These Annual Feast Days (according to the book of Leviticus) are: Passover (a very important Feast Day, but not a day of rest), 1st Day of Unleavened Bread, 7th Day of Unleavened Bread, Pentecost, Feast of Trumpets, Day of Atonement, 1st Day of Tabernacles, and the Last Great Day.
YAHOWAH’s Annual Feast Days are very important for us on earth because they accurately picture YAHOWAH’s plan of salvation. Read and study the information presented to fully understand why these Feast Days must be obeyed by all true believers of YAHOWAH and His Son, YAHO-Hoshu-WAH.
Link to Annual Sabbath Section
2. Weekly Sabbath
Why are we commanded by YAHOWAH and His Son YAHO-Hoshu-WAH to take every 7th day of the week off for rest? Why must we gather to worship, pray, and learn from YAHOWAH? What is the purpose of refraining from going to work on the 7th day of the week? What is a believer to do on this day of rest? When does the weekly Sabbath begin and end? Which day does it fall on, Saturday or Sunday?
We hope to answer all these questions and more with this study on YAHOWAH’s Weekly Sabbaths, which destroys the misconception by many that the weekly Sabbath is strictly Jewish. YAHOWAH’s Sabbaths are for everyone’s health and wellbeing; and for their salvation in YAHO-Hoshu-WAH’s name.
3. New 'Moon'
Unlike the ancient people of yesteryear who observed the coming and going of the literal moon, and venerated it as a goddess, we as True Believers of YAHOWAH and His Son, YAHO-Hoshu-WAH are commanded to gather together at the beginning of every new moon or month to worship and thank the True Almighty One.
Every first of the month is set apart (not a rest day, like the weekly Sabbath) by thanking YAHOWAH for his great abundance he has bestowed upon us every month.
The beginning of every new month doesn’t correlate to our pagan Gregorian calendar; instead YAHOWAH has given us His True Calendar that is regulated by the Sun. YAHOWAH’s New Moons are essential in the disciple of the believers and most importantly, in the proper observance of YAHOWAH’s Great Annual Feast Days.
4. Book Nights
Every Tuesday evening we gather together with other believers of YAHOWAH and YAHO-Hoshu-WAH in an informal setting to read, discuss and/or fellowship with each other. Oftentimes we will go through different studies or books which we find interesting for the edifying of the brethren to fulfill the scripture in 2nd Timothy 2:15:
“Study to show yourself approved unto YAHOWAH, a workman that needs not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.”
Book night is also a great opportunity for new people to come in and ask questions, and it gives the true obedient believers a chance to gather together between the weekly Sabbaths. If anyone is interested in meeting with us on book nights, please call or email us at 604-633-1361 or email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Bless you in YAHO-Hoshu-WAH’s name. Amen
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