The seven annual holy days or “appointed feasts” depict God’s plan of salvation for mankind.  They are ordained by God and were kept by the ancient Israelites according to the calendar He gave them. In this calendar, the beginning of each Biblical month has been noted. Days are counted from "evening to evening" (Gen. 1:5, Lev. 23:32). Keeping the holy days was continued by the early New Testament believers and they are still kept today by modern-day Christians.

Leviticus 23:1-44   •   Zechariah 14:16   •   John 7:8-10   •   Acts 2:1   •   Acts 12:3   •   Acts 20:6, 16   •   Acts 27:9   •   1 Corinthians 5:8   •   1 Corinthians 16:8