Holy Days in September/October 2007

Choir During the 2006 Feast of Tabernacles in Antigua, Guatemala 

By COGwriter

As most readers of this page are aware, we in the Churches of God observe the biblical Holy Days that Jesus and the apostles did.

Holy Days that while observed by the early New Testament Church (as well as throughout the history of the true Church) were condemned by followers of the Greco-Roman confederation that are now known as the Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox churches.

When are the next holy days?

Here is a schedule:

September 13, 2007 Feast of Trumpets (For more information on its meaning, read the article The Book of Life and the Feast of Trumpets?)

September 22, 2007 Day of Atonement (For more information on its meaning, read the article The Day of Atonement–Its Christian Significance)

September 27-October 3, 2007 Feast of Tabernacles (For more information on its meaning, read the article The Feast of Tabernacles: A Time for Christians?)

October 4, 2007 The Last Great Day (an article explaining how one COG has a misunderstanding on this day is titled Last Great Day study paper).

Several articles of further related interest may include:

Did Early Christians Observe the Fall Holy Days? Did they? Did Jesus?
Holy Days This is a listing of the biblical holy days through 2012, with their Roman calendar dates. Its hard to keep them if you do not know when they occur. 🙂
LCG 2007 Feast of Tabernacles’ Information Here is information on many Feast of Tabernacles locations for this year.
Is There “An Annual Worship Calendar” In the Bible? This paper provides a biblical and historical critique of several articles, including one by new WCG which states that this should be a local decision. What do the Holy Days mean?

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