2019 Passover Sukkot in Minnesota
Disciples of messiah Yahusha (JN. 8:31), from any state or country, are welcome to assemble in Northern Minnesota for Passover, Shavuot, Sukkoth in 2019. There won’t be any “invited speakers”, so every brother can give a teaching if he wants (1 Cor. 14:26). Speakers aren’t selected by board members!
People who are controlling, prideful, not correctable, have turned their ear away from hearing Torah (Prov. 28:9), wouldn’t want to assemble here. We’ll be following the scriptural order of assembly, not the worldly order.
There are many unscriptural teachings among ‘believers’. Example: Most believe Passover/unleavened bread are two separate events covering eight days (14th thru 21st of 1st month). The following verses show it’s one 7 day event starting the beginning of the 14th day and ending the end of the 20th day, and that the 7 days of eating unleavened bread began the exact time the passover lamb is sacrificed - the start (evening) of the 14th day. Mt. 26:17 / Mk 14:12 / Lk. 22:1, 7 / Ezk. 45:21 / Ex. 12:6, 18. There are more similar verses.
Why does this matter? Because the 14th and 20th are high days (Ex. 12:16) with no work, not the 15th and 21st. If you’re working on the 14th and 20th, you’re disobeying Torah, which is sin (1 Jn. 3:4).
Another example: Yahuah commands his people to build sukkahs of tree branches and dwell in them for the 7 days of sukkot. Most disobey, and dwell in homes, cabins, campers, and motels - which is Torahlessness (sin). We’re to live by the scriptures of truth, not traditions of men, being doers, not hearers only, of Yahuah’s word (Jms. 1:22).
Passover - April 19-25, 2019
Shavout - June 9, 2019
Sukkot - October 14-21, 2019
The location, near Bagley, Minnesota, is on 40 acres of forested land not far from the Mississippi headwaters. There is a secluded wilderness fishing lake with canoes to use. There are walking trails in the forest. Local wildlife includes black bear, bobcat, coyote, beaver, otter, fisher, bald eagles, and more.
For information, questions, or to attend, call Michael directly at (218) 766-8176.