Hello Ola, I found your article so fascinating and how you tied the Feast of First Fruit, through all of the calendars, landing up on the same day that Pagan Feast that King Herod and his cohorts were celebrating which happened to fall at the same time as the Jewish Passover. Yes, Easter is mentioned in scripture but it tells us clearly who it was that was celebrating Easter/Ishtar,etc. that year and it was not the followers of our Lord Jesus Christ.A DICTIONARY DEFINITION
The best dictionary definition of Easter is found in the root of its meaning from the mythical goddess 'EOSTRE' (also known as Ostara or Ishtar), a goddess of the dawn and spring.
Ishtar (Easter) that year while in Jerusalem.THE HOLY BIBLE
To give credence to what has already been said, we find inserted in The King James translation of The Holy Bible (Acts Chapter 12 and verse 4), the term 'EASTER', which in reality should properly say 'PASSOVER'.
This is why you, Ola, are so correct in your description of who it is that will be filling the Apostate Churches that day.Thank You Ola!gerlindaall have the Day of Firstfruits fall on Sunday the 8th of April this Year.In addition, the entire World will be celebrating Easter on that day!Many don't realise that when the Lord said,"Therefore you also be ready, for the Son of Man is coming at an hour you do not expect." [Luke 12:40]He was speaking prophetically to the Apostate Church of our generation.