- You eat ABSOLUTELY NOTHING but unleavened bread for 7 days + the unleavened bread of Passover with the Lamb and bitter herbs.
- Remember, they were in Jerusalem for Passover and the Feast for a minimum of 9 days. Yes, 9 days. How do I know that? They walked from all over Israel, some for many days and weeks in order to be in Jerusalem before Passover, as required by YHVH. Remember, they are required to set apart the Passover Lamb several days before Passover. They also are in Jerusalem until sundown on the 7th day of Unleavened Bread so they are indeed staying that night as well because that night begins the 8th day which is when the wave sheaf offering and the male lamb is sacrificed. How do I know absolutely it is the 8th day and not the variety of other days various sects observe? The proof is here: https://thechurchofacts.com/2017/06/07/shavuot-fully-come/
- You eat ABSOLUTELY NOTHING but unleavened bread for 7 days. The proof is here: https://thechurchofacts.com/2017/05/29/when-shavuot-is-fully-come/ and here: https://thechurchofacts.com/category/unleavened-bread/
- We are to keep the Sabbath Holy on the 1st and 7th days of the Feast of Unleavened Bread. The only work allowed, by YHVH, on those 2 Sabbaths, is to bake unleavened bread on those Sabbaths because that is the only food we are required to eat. See Exodus 12:16
- If you choose to go out of your house and to a valid Assembly on one of these 2 UB Sabbaths, and the weekly Sabbath as well, if it is possible to find a true Holy convocation, where everybody is CLEAN and Holy in every way, then that Assembly should be reading the Scriptures in the presence of all its people for about 6 hours a day, minimum, for the duration of the 7 Days of The Feast of Unleavened Bread. See Nehemiah 8 for the ONLY DAILY DETAILS we have in how a Feast day or Sabbath day proceeded.
- When they came out of Egypt and kept the 7 Days of Unleavened Bread, they ate nothing but UNLEAVENED BREAD CAKES. They did not eat matzah wafers/crackers and they took no provisions with them except dough for UNLEAVENED BREAD CAKES. If you want to know how to make UNLEAVENED BREAD CAKES then see the video and instructions here: https://thechurchofacts.com/2018/03/24/how-to-make-unleavened-bread-cakes-and-walk-out-of-egypt/ and here: https://www.facebook.com/marshall.swing.9/posts/10216445500717064
- The Feasts of YHVH are primarily about 2 things, the sacrifices and the Torah readings. They lived all over Israel even deep into what is today Jordan far beyond the River Jordan. They did not have their own Torah Scrolls like we today have Bibles on just about every shelf and all over the internet. The other thing the Feasts of YHVH are about is fellowshipping with Torah keepers that you generally only see 3 times a year, at the required Feasts, because they live so many days of walking so very far away. Today, in mere minutes or in a few hours, we get in a car and drive the distance they took days and weeks to walk. We take all their walking for granted just like we take for granted all their walking when they left Egypt and walked about 398 miles to the Red Sea in just 7 days.
- Most assemblies also take the reading of the Torah for granted, as well, and have substituted the ever far reaching and far roaming teachings of teachers, for the method YHVH says is His Method. They have also replaced YHVH’s Method of many hours of corporately reading Torah, with mere short Torah portions followed by a teacher. There is no justification for Torah portions in the Scriptures. And there is justification for teachers except how to instrucr the people in how to keep THE LAW of YHVH. Nothing, no teacher, can replace the many hours of corporate Torah reading that YHVH states is His Way.
Don’t even think about keeping the 7 Day Feast of Unleavened Bread or coming anywhere near it if you have not been circumcised in the flesh, as a male, and all people who come near must have circumcised their hearts in order to be Holy. (or any other of YHVH’s Feasts, for that matter. It is a “building upon” process and not something to be taken for granted or taken lightly)