Holy Day Calendar

When are God's Biblical Holy Days?

When were God's Biblical Holy Days in previous years?


Learn more about God's Holy Days:

First Day of Unleavened Bread

Last Day of Unleavened Bread


Feast of Trumpets

Day of Atonement

Feast of Tabernacles

Last Great Day

Should You Observe God’s Holy Days or Demonic Holidays?

Is There "An Annual Worship Calendar" In the Bible?

Hebrew Calendar - "Did Jesus Observe the Postponements?"

Melito's Homily on the Passover - This is one of the earliest Christian writings about the Passover.

The Night to Be Observed - What is the night to be much observed? When is it?


Here are sermons related to each of the Holy Days that were given in the Continuing Church of God:

 Continuing Church of God Passover Service. This is a step-by-step service on how to keep Passover for scattered Christians.
The Night to Be Much Observed. This message is intended for the evening that the First Day of Unleavened Bread begins.
Christians and the Days of Unleavened Bread.This sermon is intended to be watched on the First Day of Unleavened Bread.
How to Overcome Sin. This sermon was intended to be viewed the Last Day of Unleavened Bread.
Pentecost: What it Teaches and When it is. This sermon is intended to be watched on Pentecost.
Feast of Trumpets and the Book of Life. This sermon was intended to be watched on the Feast of Trumpets.
Day of Atonement: How Jesus fulfilled His part for the Atonement. This sermon is intended to be watched on the Day of Atonment.
Feast of Tabernacles’ Opening Night Message. This sermonette was watched on the opening night of the Feast of Tabernacles in 2013 by those in Santa Maria.
Feast of Tabernacles from Israel. This sermon was intended to be watched the First Day of the Feast of Tabernacles.
Last Great Day. This sermon was intended to be watched on the Last Great Day.


What is it? When is it? The KJV refers to it as "THE NIGHT TO BE MUCH OBSERVED." This scripture-packed animation includes background and specific information related to the children of Israel. It also gives some of the Old and New Testament prophetic ramifications of this event. How the NTBO is typically observed is also covered. The animation also includes a chart of scriptures and biblical dates to determine when that NTBO actually is. Furthermore, the animation provides information from the "Jewish Encyclopedia" which, through scripture, shows that many Jews have confused Passover with the "night to be observed." This is a great animation to give background on the NTBO and is also appropriate to be watched on the NTBO.

Here is a link: Night to Be Observed.

Additional Feast of Tabernacles' sermons are available at end of the article: Feast of Tabernacles' Sites for 2019.

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