The early Church celebrated The Resurrection of the Messiah during Passover, but when Roman Emperor Constantine I gathered 318 bishops from all over the world at the First Council of Nicaea in AD 325, they decided that Christians should celebrate the Resurrection on Easter instead.
The "Feast of Weeks" is known as Shavuot in Hebrew and Pentecost in Greek. According to Leviticus 23, we should count 50 days from the Sabbath that occurs during Passover to know when to celebrate Pentecost.
Every year, the rabbis tell us to skip over the 53rd chapter of Isaiah. This chapter describes God's Anointed Servant. It says that He would be despised by men but accomplish God's will.
Did you know that The Bible commands us to pray for the welfare of the Jewish people?
As followers of Yeshua, our hearts should be tuned to Yehovah’s heart and appreciate that which He says is important to Him.
Learn about praying for the Jewish people.