Predicted Dates for Jehovah God’s Holy Days for 2023

 

This may be Year 6027 After Creation.

 

The critical New Moons for the coming New Biblical Year are both likely to be seen, and should be visible in a clear sky, and it seems clear which New Moon should begin the coming New Year. However, as always, we are dependent on the observation of Abib barley in Israel to determine which month begins the New Year and the observation of the New Moon to determine which day it begins on. We will keep you updated as information on this comes in.

 

 

These are the predicted Holy Days for Israel and all regions westward to the International Date Line for 2023:

 

First Month New Moon Visibility Number is 119 at Jerusalem, so the crescent is very likely to be seen in Israel.

Abib 1 begins at dusk on Wednesday, 22 March and finishes at dusk on Thursday, 23 March.

The Passover Preparation Day begins at dusk on Tuesday, 4 April.

The Last Supper is the evening of Tuesday, 4 April.

The Passover Sacrifice is offered on the afternoon of Wednesday, 5 April.

The First Day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread, a Holy Day, begins at dusk on Wednesday, 5 April and ends at dusk on Thursday, 6 April.

The Night of Solemn Observance begins at dusk on Wednesday, 5 April.

The Wave Offering (the First-fruit) is on the morning of Sunday, 9 April.

The Last Day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread, a Holy Day, begins at dusk on Tuesday, 11 Apr and ends at dusk on Wednesday, 12 April.

First-fruits (Pentecost) begins at dusk on Saturday, 27 May and ends at dusk on Sunday, 28 May.

 

The Seventh Month New Moon Visibility Number is 125 at Jerusalem, so the crescent is almost certain to be seen in Israel.

The Day of Trumpets begins at dusk on Saturday, 16 September and ends at dusk on Sunday, 17 September.

The Day of Atonement begins at dusk on Monday, 25 September and ends at dusk on Tuesday, 26 September.

The First Day of the Feast of Booths (Ingathering), a Holy Day, begins at dusk on Saturday, 30 September and ends at dusk on Sunday, 1 October.

The Last Day of the Feast of Booths (Ingathering), begins at dusk on Friday, 6 October and ends at dusk on Saturday, 7 October.

The Last Great Day begins at dusk on Saturday, 7 October and ends at dusk on Sunday, 8 October.

 

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The following predicted Holy Day dates for 2023 are corrected (delayed one day) for the region east of Israel and west of the International Date Line.

 

First Month New Moon Visibility Number is 119 at Jerusalem, so the crescent is very likely to be seen in Israel.

Abib 1 begins at dusk on Thursday, 23 March and finishes at dusk on Friday, 24 March.

The Passover Preparation Day begins at dusk on Wednesday, 5 April.

The Last Supper is the evening of Wednesday, 5 April.

The Passover Sacrifice is offered on the afternoon of Thursday, 6 April.

The First Day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread, a Holy Day, begins at dusk on Thursday, 6 April and ends at dusk on Friday, 7 April.

The Night of Solemn Observance begins at dusk on Thursday, 6 April.

The Wave Offering (the First-fruit) is on the morning of Monday, 10 April.

The Last Day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread, a Holy Day, begins at dusk on Wednesday, 12 Apr and ends at dusk on Thursday, 13 April.

First-fruits (Pentecost) begins at dusk on Sunday, 28 May and ends at dusk on Monday, 29 May.

 

The Seventh Month New Moon Visibility Number is 125 at Jerusalem, so the crescent is almost certain to be seen in Israel.

The Day of Trumpets begins at dusk on Sunday, 17 September and ends at dusk on Monday, 18 September.

The Day of Atonement begins at dusk on Tuesday, 26 September and ends at dusk on Wednesday, 27 September.

The First Day of the Feast of Booths (Ingathering), a Holy Day, begins at dusk on Sunday, 1 October and ends at dusk on Monday, 2 October.

The Last Day of the Feast of Booths (Ingathering), begins at dusk on Saturday, 7 October and ends at dusk on Sunday, 8 October.

The Last Great Day begins at dusk on Sunday, 8 October and ends at dusk on Monday, 9 October.

 

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Biblical Days begin at dusk one evening and end at dusk the next evening.

These predictions are made with our Calculated Biblical Calendar software, available on our website.

We will confirm the dates when the Abib Barley and respective New Moons are seen.

 

 

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