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The Feasts Of The Lord by Kevin Howard
The Feasts of the Lordcovers all aspects of the biblical feasts...historical background, biblical observance, and prophetic significance"
Celebrating Jesus In The Biblical Feasts Expanded Edition by Richard Booker
Unlock the Prophetic Significance of the Biblical Feasts! The Lord spoke to Moses, saying, “Speak to the people of Israel and say to them, These are the appointed feast of the Lord that you shall proclaim as holy convocations; they are my appointed feasts.—Leviticus 23:1-2 ESV The Feasts of the Lord have powerful and prophetic significance to God’s people, both Jew and Gentile. Each feast is a picture of Jesus the Messiah and represents one of seven phases of spiritual development in your life! In this intriguing and biblically sound study, Dr. Richard Booker takes you on a revelatory journey through the Bible showing you how the ancient Biblical feasts are relevant for your spiritual growth today. Get life-changing revelation of the significance of:• Passover • Unleavened Bread • First Fruits • Pentecost • Trumpets • Atonement • Tabernacles From the new birth found in Passover and the Crucifixion, all the way to entering God’s rest found in the Feast of Tabernacles and the Second Coming, you will discover how the seven Biblical feast powerfully impact your faith journey with the Lord. Learn to encounter God in a fresh powerful way by unlocking the prophetic significance of the Feasts of the Lord!
The Feasts Of The Lord by Ron Cantrell
The Feasts of the Lord are prophetic reenactments of Heaven-to-earth moments. They are prearranged appointments where God dynamically encounters the worshiper with a love feast. Some of those events have already taken place while others have yet to be fulfilled. The full intention is to encourage intimate communion. The First Covenant, rich with prophetic meaning, gives a unique perspective to our understanding of the New Covenant. The Feasts of the Lord teaches the hidden meanings behind the many symbolisms represented in these prophetic celebrations. It explores the historical, Hebraic, and cultural context of the biblical period and reattaches the deep roots of our rich heritage in the soil of ancient Israel. The Feasts of the Lord inspires us to recall the blessings of God's goodness in each season celebratively and intentionally, and thereby look ahead to the next season of our lives with hopeful expectation.
Celebrate The Feasts Of The Lord by William W. Francis
William Francis, author of The Stones Cry Out (1993), presents a worthy examination of the Jewish feasts and fasts established by God in Leviticus 23 and those inaugurated after the Babylonian exile. With studied skill Francis first explains the historical background of each feast, then offers its meaning and practice among Jews, and lastly makes clear its significance for modern Christians. The book reveals how Jesus participated in the feasts and how their meaning was fulfilled. The author's numerous visits to Israel and his precise probing for cultural insights into the Hebraic heritage of the Christian Church distinguish Francis as a preeminent voice among contemporary authorities on the Holy Land. Celebrate the Feasts is a valuable and informative book that combines a lucid writing style with careful scholarship, yet it avoids the intrusion of multiple citations and footnotes. Study guides follow each chapter, and a helpful bibliography lists Old Testament feasts in greater depth and detail. Celebrate the Feasts reminds us that uniting in joyful worship nourishes our souls, our social relationships, and, on occasion, our bodies. As you turn the pages, you will find yourself seated at the banquet table, enjoying the Feasts of the Lord!
Feasts Of The Bible Participant Guide by Sam Nadler
This is the companion participant guide to the Feasts of the Bible 6-Session DVD-based Study. It gives the participant discussion questions, quizzes, a place for taking notes and listing prayer requests, additional Old Testament information about types of offerings, the role of the priests, the meaning of Jesus' teaching that he was "Lord of the Sabbath," and more. Includes a calendar of the feasts (they change dates each year) and diagrams and charts for the tabernacle and the feasts of the Lord. Some Christians miss the importance of the biblical feasts, seeing them as merely "Jewish" holidays, but Scripture says these are the Feasts of the Lord God established for all people for all time. Now you can connect the Hebrew roots of Christianity and the symbolism that points to Jesus Christ using this6-session DVD-based study and Participation Guide, The Feasts of the Bible, sold seperately.
Feasts Of The Bible by Sam Nadler
The Feasts Of Judaism by Stephen J. Binz
An appreciation of the feasts of Judaism will help Christians understand modern Judaism and the faith of Jesus. The biblical festivals are celebrations of God's saving actions for all generations. In the Jewish rituals, the past becomes present and all partake of the saving graces of God's redemption. Here you will study the pilgrim feasts of Passover, Pentecost, and Booths, the High Holy Days of Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, the minor feasts of the Ninth of Ov, Purim, and Hanukkah, and the Sabbath and Jubilee Year. Understand the roots of the Christian faith in the faith of our elder brothers and sisters in Judaism.
The Incarnate God by Catherine Aslanoff
A multilevel catechism intended for use in classrooms and study groups, or individual edification and growth. Two volume set with over 110 iconographic illustrations
Unlocking The Secrets Of The Feasts by Michael Norten
Amazing prophecies of God's plans for the world can befound embedded in the customs of the feasts of Israel. The intricate detail of theprophecies illustrated in the observances of these feasts provide insight intoGod's plan for the ages.
Dispensational Truth Or God S Plan And Purpose In The Ages by Clarence Larkin
In Dispensational Truth, Clarence Larkin maps the Prophetic Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments. The culmination of three decades of bible study, Larkin's elaborate prophetical charts and descriptions made the literal interpretation of the Bible accessible to a vast audience and greatly influenced conservative Protestant visual culture. After the first edition of his Dispensational Truth quickly depleted, Larkin expanded his work twofold in charts and descriptive matter for the 1920 edition, which is reprinted here. This singular, exhaustive work draws on the works of figures like C. I. Scofield and John Nelson Darby and provides the definitive foundation of premillennialism. Clarence Larkin (1850-1924) renounced his career as a draftsman to pursue a spiritual life. In 1882, he became a Baptist minister and used his drafting skills to visually interpret the eras of the Bible in accordance with premilliannialist dispensationalism.