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This page was last updated on 22 September, 2016.

Jesus from conception to death

Feast: First day of Hanukah = Festival of Lights = Temple dedication.

Feast: Feast of Trumpets

Feast: Atonement Day

Atonement Day.
This was the same day of the goat sacrifice. See below.

Ministry start
Feast: Simchat Torah = Rejoicing the Torah
This is the day He preached in Capernaum  Luke  4:17-21.
Those verses are about setting people (slaves) free (from sin). There was a certain reading pattern of the Torah and this verse being read gives a fair chance it was a Jubilee year

Feast: Passover

Feast: First Fruits


The two goats of Atonement day

Jesus played the role of the two goats. One goat “for the Lord”, one goat for “Azazel” (a demon/false god). The goat for Azazel was selected and the priest layed hand on the goat. That way the priest symbolically placed all sins on the goat. The goat wasn’t a sinner, it just carried sins. Just as Jesus wasn’t a sinner but carried our sins.

After the ceremony a man leads the goat into the wilderness. In Jesus case that man was HS

Matt 4:1 Then was Jesus led up of the spirit into the wilderness to be tempted of the devil.

In Lev 16:5-22 we read the goat was led to a solitary place.
Jesus was in a solitary place for 40 days.

The goat was supposed to fall of a cliff and die. Satan tempted Jesus to jump down because God would send angels to catch Him.