The Feasts of YHVH

Welcome to The Feasts of YHVH, which is a series of several presentations created to help us better understand the Feasts of YHVH, which are not just for the Jews, but are for all who believe in YHVH and trust in Yeshua as their Messiah.


Initially, I’ve begun with a series on the spring Feasts because this is what YHVH has led me to do at this point in time. I will likely add presentations for the fall feasts when YHVH leads me to do so.

Introduction to Threshold Covenants – In order to better understand Passover, we must first understand threshold covenants. In this presentation, we’ll look at threshold covenants in Scripture with the exception of Passover.  Last edited April 7, 2019.

Twilight vs Between the Evenings – In this presentation, we learn what the term “beyn ha-arbayim” really means. Last edited April 20, 2019.

Passover as a Threshold Covenant – With the foundation of the previous presentations laid, we can better understand Passover and see the thematic connections between traditional Jewish wedding betrothal and marriage, Passover as a threshold covenant, what took place at Sinai, and how this pertains to Yeshua. Last edited April 7, 2019.

The Spring Feasts of YHVH – With our full foundation laid, here is an overall presentation of the spring feasts of YHVH. Last edited April 7, 2019.

The Synoptic Passion Week – Many people do not realize that there’s a problem with the traditional Christian version of the Passion Week. This presentation attempts to provide a more accurate picture of the Passion Week. It is based on all four gospels, as well as some cultural background information. Last edited April 20, 2019.

FALL FEASTS… to come later…

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