The Feast of Unleavened Bread

Leviticus 23:5-22. At Sunset of the 15th of Nisan starts the Feast or Festival of Unleavened Bread which lasts for 7 days being one of the Feasts of the Lord God of Israel. It starts right after the finish of Passover, which started on the 14th of Nisan, being another Feast of the Lord God of Israel.

There are 52 weekly Sabbaths and 7 High Sabbaths, these Sabbaths do not have a fixed day of celebration. These include The Feast of Unleavened Bread or beginning of the Barley harvest. Shavuot or Pentecost 50 days later the beginning of the wheat harvest. Others High Sabbaths include Passover or Pesach, Feast of First Fruits or Yom haBikkurim, Feast of Trumpets or Yom Teruah, Day of Atonement or Yom Kippur, Feast of Tabernacles/Shelters/Harvest or Sukkot.

Scheduled Festivals
23:1 The LORD told Moses, 2 “Tell the Israelis that these are my festival times appointed by the LORD that you are to declare as sacred assemblies: 3 Six days you may work, but the seventh day is a Sabbath of rest, a sacred assembly. You are not to do any work. It’s a Sabbath to the LORD wherever you live. 4 These are the LORD’s appointed festivals and sacred assemblies that you are to declare at their appointed time.

5 “The LORD’s Passover is to begin on the fourteenth day of the first month at twilight. 6 On the fifteenth day of that month is the Festival of Unleavened Bread to the LORD. For seven days you are to eat unleavened bread. 7 On the first day that you hold the sacred assembly, you are to do no servile work. 8 Instead, you are to bring an offering made by fire to the LORD daily for seven days. On the seventh day, you are also to hold a sacred assembly during which you are to do no servile work.”
Leviticus 23:1-8
Also read Deuteronomy 16:1-8

Passover Seder Dinner – With Notes

Passover Seder with out extra notes

1st day of the week
2nd Day
3rd Day
4th Day
5th Day
6th Day
Saturday – weekly
Sabbath (rest)
26th Adar
Day starts at SUNSET
 27th Adar  28th Adar  29th Adar
1st Nisan
New Moon
 2nd Nisan  3rd Nisan
 4th Nisan  5th Nisan  6th Nisan  7th Nisan  8th Nisan  9th Nisan
10th of Nisan 3792 or AD32 April 6th-7th
Triumphal Entry
 11th Nisan  12th Nisan  13th Nisan  14th Nisan Feast of Passover – death about 3:00 pm full moon 10th April  15th Nisan Feast of Unleavened Bread
16th Nisan
17th Nisan –
1st Day –
18th Nisan
First Fruits – 1st day of counting the Omer
2nd Day –
19th Nisan
3rd Day –
20th Nisan
4th Day –
21th Nisan
5th Day –
22th Nisan
6th Day –
23th Nisan
7th Day –
24th Nisan
8th Day –
25th Nisan
9th Day –
26th Nisan
10th Day –
27th Nisan
11th Day –
28th Nisan
12th Day –
29th Nisan
13th Day –
30th Nisan
14th Day –
1st Iyar
15th Day –
2nd Iyar
16th Day –
3rd Iyar
17th Day –
4th Iyar
18th Day –
5th Iyar
19th Day –
6th Iyar
20th Day –
7th Iyar
21st Day –
8th Iyar
22nd Day –
9th Iyar
23rd Day –
10th Iyar
24th Day –
11th Iyar
25th Day –
12th Iyar
26th Day –
13th Iyar
27th Day –
14th Iyar
28th Day –
15th Iyar
29th Day –
16th Iyar
30th Day –
17th Iyar
31st Day –
18th Iyar
32nd Day –
19th Iyar
33rd Day –
20th Iyar
34th Day –
21st Iyar
35th Day –
22nd Iyar
36th Day –
23rd Iyar
37th Day –
24th Iyar
38th Day –
25th Iyar
39th Day –
26th Iyar
40th Day –
27th Iyar
41st Day –
28th Iyar
42nd Day –
29th of Iyar
43rd Day –
1st of Sivan
44th Day –
2nd of Sivan
45th Day –
3rd of Sivan
46th Day –
4th of Sivan
47th Day –
5th of Sivan
48th Day –
6th of Sivan
49th Day –
7th of Sivan
50th Day – 8th Sivan, 30th May AD32
Pentecost or Shavuot

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