The Feast of Unleavened Bread
When you search for the word “Easter” in the King James Version of the Bible, the first place that you will find it is in the KJV Bible. This translation is the authoritative version for English speaking Christians. You can find a variety of bookmarks and verses for your use at any time in the KJV Bible. You will find references to Easter everywhere in the KJV Bible, including some great information on how to celebrate Easter in the New Testament.
The KJV uses a verse from the Epistle of Barnabas. In this passage, Barnabas tells us what the correct date for Easter is. He tells us to hold a special celebration in order to fulfill the requirements of God’s law. He says to do so by the customary method of laying down food and drink offerings, which are known as offering table offerings.
In The King James Bible, when the Book of Daniel comes out, there is no reference to the Feast of Unleavened Bread. The name is referenced in Acts 28:23. It says that the feast of unleavened bread was after the Passover meal. Daniel was Jewish and this would have been one of the Jewish festivals.
There is no reference to the festival in the New Testament. Therefore, many people were confused about what it was called. There are other references to it, such as Luke 7:33 where the disciples tell the people that this is the feast of unleavened bread because they had no bread but are to eat.
With that being said, many people want to know what this specific feast is called. They wonder if it is named something different or what is it called. It has been established that the Feast of Unleavened Bread was a festival that occurred twice every year.
In the book of Revelation, we find that this feast is named after the daughter of Babylon. She is referred to as the church of the daughter of Babylon. According to Acts, this church is a gathering of Jews living in Jerusalem.
The book of Acts also says that the congregation in Jerusalem and the Gentiles were gathered together at the feast of unleavened bread. It is also said that the “announcement concerning them was made the next day.”
In the KJV, this feast is referred to as the Lord’s Supper, which is interesting because the name “Supper” is used in the KJV. The feast is known as the night before the Sabbath.