Feasts Of The Bible – Part 5

Tabernacles Introduction Now that we have arrived at the last of the seven Biblical feasts it is important to remember that they are not isolated events, but they are both a revelation of God’s relationship with the nation Israel, and a prophetic window into the work of their Messiah. The first three feast are propheticContinue reading “Feasts Of The Bible – Part 5”

Feasts Of The Bible – Part 4

Yom Kippur Introduction & Background Yom Kippur – the Day of Atonement is the holiest day of the Jewish year and provides prophetic insight regarding the return of Jesus to earth to restore the nation of Israel and establish His Kingdom. The instructions God gave Israel regarding the Day of Atonement are recorded in LeviticusContinue reading “Feasts Of The Bible – Part 4”

Feasts Of The Bible – Part 3

Yom Teruah The Dry Summer Before beginning the study of the last three feasts (Yom Teruah, Yom Kippur and Sukkot), there is a need to understand why there was a period of three months where there were no feasts. These three months of the Jewish calendar covered the long dry summer months, between the earlyContinue reading “Feasts Of The Bible – Part 3”

Feasts Of The Bible – Part 2

Shavuot Introduction & Context In biblical times Shavuot marked the beginning of the new agricultural season and was called Hag HaKatzir, which means “The Harvest Holiday” (Exodus 34:22). It also commemorates the anniversary of the giving of the Torah by God to the Children of Israel at Mount Sinai. Other names that Shavuot is knownContinue reading “Feasts Of The Bible – Part 2”

Feasts Of The Bible – Part I

Passover, Unleavened Bread & First Fruits Introduction & Context The Tower of Babel was a major turning point in mankind’s history and must be interpreted as more than a pagan rebellion against God, it was designed to raise man to the heavens, to replace the eternal God with the worship of man. God dealt withContinue reading “Feasts Of The Bible – Part I”