Seven feasts of Jewish and how MJBI Signifies these Feasts

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    MJBIposted 2 years ago

    Jewish people mainly celebrates seven festivals in a year. These are :
        1. Passover.
        2. Unleavened Bread.
        3. First Fruits.
        4. Pentecost.
        5. Trumpets.
        6. Atonement.
        7. Sukkot.
    These are the seven feasts of Jewish which are celebrated every year. The first three feasts, Passover, Unleavened Bread, First Fruit fall in March and April. The fourth one comes in late May and June. Finally the last three feasts Trumpets, Atonement, and Sukkot comes in September and October.
    Messianic Jewish Bible Institute (MJBI) is an educational institute where the holy knowledge of the Bible is given to the students. MJBI also provide all the information on religious days and why and how they are celebrated with the Jewish people. For more information about MJBI you can visit to our website: <link snipped>