Predicted Dates for Jehovah God’s Holy Days for 2024

 

This may be Year 6028 (or 5993) After Creation.

 

These are the predicted First Month (Spring) and Seventh Month Holy Days for Israel and all regions westward to the International Date Line for 2024:

 

EARLY ABIB: Israel and West

If there is a very warm start to the year in Israel, this may be the Holy Days:

 

However, as always, we are waiting for the observation of the ripening barley to determine which New Moon Jehovah will use to begin the New Year. We will keep you updated as information on this comes in.

 

The First Month New Moon Visibility Number for 2024 is 193 at Jerusalem, so it should be easy to see.

Abib 1 begins at dusk on Monday, 11 March and finishes at dusk on Tuesday, 12 March.

The Passover Preparation Day begins at dusk on Sunday, 24 March.

The Last Supper begins after dusk on Sunday, 24 March.

The Passover Sacrifice is offered on the afternoon of Monday, 25 March.

The First Day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread, a Holy Day, begins at dusk on Monday, 25 March and ends at dusk on Tuesday, 26 March.

The Night of Solemn Observance begins at dusk on Monday, 25 March.

The Wave Offering (the First-fruit) is on the morning of Sunday, 31 March.

The Last Day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread, a Holy Day, begins at dusk on Sunday, 31 March and ends at dusk on Monday, 1 April.

First-fruits (Pentecost) begins at dusk on Saturday, 18 May and ends at dusk on Sunday, 19 May.

 

The Seventh Month New Moon Visibility Number for 2024 is 118 at Jerusalem, so if the sky is clear the crescent should be seen in Israel.

The Day of Trumpets begins at dusk on Wednesday, 4 September and ends at dusk on Thursday, 5 September.

The Day of Atonement begins at dusk on Friday, 13 September and ends at dusk on Saturday, 14 September.

The First Day of the Feast of Booths (Ingathering), a Holy Day, begins at dusk on Wednesday, 18 September and ends at dusk on Thursday, 19 September.

The Last Day of the Feast of Booths (Ingathering), begins at dusk on Tuesday, 24 September and ends at dusk on Wednesday, 25 September.

The Last Great Day begins at dusk on Wednesday, 25 September and ends at dusk on Thursday, 26 September.

 

 

LATE ABIB: Israel and West

If there is a cool start to the year 2024 in Israel, this may be the Holy Days for Israel and all regions westward to the International Date Line:

 

We will update our Website as information on this comes in.

 

The First Month New Moon Visibility Number for 2024 is 125 at Jerusalem, so it should be seen on a clearish day.

Abib 1 begins at dusk on Tuesday, 9 April and finishes at dusk on Wednesday, 10 April.

The Passover Preparation Day begins at dusk on Monday, 22 April.

The Last Supper begins after dusk on Monday, 22 April.

The Passover Sacrifice is offered on the afternoon of Tuesday, 23 April.

The First Day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread, a Holy Day, begins at dusk on Tuesday, 23 April and ends at dusk on Wednesday, 24 April.

The Night of Solemn Observance begins at dusk on Tuesday, 23 April.

The Wave Offering (the First-fruit) is on the morning of Sunday, 28 April.

The Last Day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread, a Holy Day, begins at dusk on Monday, 29 April and ends at dusk on Tuesday, 30 April.

First-fruits (Pentecost) begins at dusk on Saturday, 17 June and ends at dusk on Sunday, 18 June.

 

The Seventh Month New Moon Visibility Number for 2024 is 127 at Jerusalem, so the crescent should be seen in Israel on a clearish day.

The Day of Trumpets begins at dusk on Friday, 4 October and ends at dusk on Saturday, 5 October.

The Day of Atonement begins at dusk on Sunday, 13 October and ends at dusk on Monday, 14 October.

The First Day of the Feast of Booths (Ingathering), a Holy Day, begins at dusk on Friday, 18 October and ends at dusk on Saturday, 19 October.

The Last Day of the Feast of Booths (Ingathering), begins at dusk on Thursday, 24 October and ends at dusk on Friday, 25 October.

The Last Great Day begins at dusk on Friday, 25 October and ends at dusk on Saturday, 26 October.

 

 

The following predicted Holy Day dates for 2024 are corrected (delayed one day) for the region east of Israel and west of the International Date Line.

 

EARLY ABIB: IDL Delayed

If there is a very warm start to the year in Israel, this may be the Holy Days:

 

However, as always, we are waiting for the observation of the ripening barley to determine which New Moon Jehovah will use to begin the New Year.  We will update our Website as information on this comes in.

 

The First Month New Moon Visibility Number for 2024 is 193 at Jerusalem, so it should be easy to see.

Abib 1 begins at dusk on Tuesday, 12 March and finishes at dusk on Wednesday, 13 March.

The Passover Preparation Day begins at dusk on Monday, 25 March.

The Last Supper begins after dusk on Monday, 25 March.

The Passover Sacrifice is offered on the afternoon of Tuesday, 26 March.

The First Day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread, a Holy Day, begins at dusk on Tuesday, 26 March and ends at dusk on Wednesday, 27 March.

The Night of Solemn Observance begins at dusk on Tuesday, 26 March.

The Wave Offering (the First-fruit) is on the morning of Monday, 1 April.

The Last Day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread, a Holy Day, begins at dusk on Monday, 1 April and ends at dusk on Tuesday, 2 April.

First-fruits (Pentecost) begins at dusk on Sunday, 19 May and ends at dusk on Monday, 20 May.

 

The Seventh Month New Moon Visibility Number for 2024 is 118 at Jerusalem, so if the sky is clear the crescent should be seen in Israel.

The Day of Trumpets begins at dusk on Thursday, 5 September and ends at dusk on Friday, 6 September.

The Day of Atonement begins at dusk on Saturday, 14 September and ends at dusk on Sunday, 15 September.

The First Day of the Feast of Booths (Ingathering), a Holy Day, begins at dusk on Thursday, 19 September and ends at dusk on Friday, 20 September.

The Last Day of the Feast of Booths (Ingathering), begins at dusk on Wednesday, 25 September and ends at dusk on Thursday, 26 September.

The Last Great Day begins at dusk on Thursday, 26 September and ends at dusk on Friday, 27 September.

 

 

LATE ABIB: IDL Delayed

If there is a cool start to the year 2024 in Israel, this may be the Holy Days for Israel and all regions westward to the International Date Line:

 

We will update our Website as information on this comes in.

 

The First Month New Moon Visibility Number for 2024 is 125 at Jerusalem, so it should be seen on a clearish day.

Abib 1 begins at dusk on Wednesday, 10 April and finishes at dusk on Thursday, 11 April.

The Passover Preparation Day begins at dusk on Tuesday, 23 April.

The Last Supper begins after dusk on Tuesday, 23 April.

The Passover Sacrifice is offered on the afternoon of Wednesday, 24 April.

The First Day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread, a Holy Day, begins at dusk on Wednesday, 24 April and ends at dusk on Thursday, 25 April.

The Night of Solemn Observance begins at dusk on Wednesday, 24 April.

The Wave Offering (the First-fruit) is on the morning of Monday, 29 April.

The Last Day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread, a Holy Day, begins at dusk on Tuesday, 30 April and ends at dusk on Wednesday, 1 May.

First-fruits (Pentecost) begins at dusk on Sunday, 18 June and ends at dusk on Monday, 19 June.

 

The Seventh Month New Moon Visibility Number for 2024 is 127 at Jerusalem, so the crescent should be seen in Israel on a clearish day.

The Day of Trumpets begins at dusk on Saturday, 5 October and ends at dusk on Sunday, 6 October.

The Day of Atonement begins at dusk on Monday, 14 October and ends at dusk on Tuesday, 15 October.

The First Day of the Feast of Booths (Ingathering), a Holy Day, begins at dusk on Saturday, 19 October and ends at dusk on Sunday, 20 October.

The Last Day of the Feast of Booths (Ingathering), begins at dusk on Friday, 25 October and ends at dusk on Saturday, 26 October.

The Last Great Day begins at dusk on Saturday, 26 October and ends at dusk on Sunday, 27 October.

 

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And Tables of the probable calculated dates for God’s Annual Sabbaths from 2019 to 2038 can be accessed here:

God’s Holy Days Table (html).  Also as God’s Holy Days Table (pdf) or God’s Holy Days Table (epub).

 

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

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

 

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