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Days of Remembrance: The Fall Feasts of The Lord

Days of Remembrance: The Fall Feasts of The Lord

Myles and Katharine explain the origin and significance of Rosh Hashanah (New Year, Feast of Trumpets), Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement), and Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles), while providing insight for believers in Yeshua.
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Lizzy Tulloch - posted on October 20, 2016 2:19 pm

You are a lovely couple, your wife is so gracious l just love her sincerity. Your programs are beautifully illustrated, may Abba Father continue to use you in this remarkable way.

Jada Parks - posted on October 27, 2016 8:41 pm

GOD bless you both. Thank you for explaining this so thoroughly.✝️????????‍♀️???????????????????? Aloha from Hawaii

Michelle Shannon - posted on November 12, 2016 6:41 am


M P Ben - posted on February 12, 2017 6:46 pm

the families of the earth will come to celebrate Tabernacles, does this mean that even though our bodies may be translated will be living in marriages, having children and in family units?

Keith Elrod - posted on February 21, 2017 5:44 pm

I believe the Messiah already fulfilled all 7 Feasts, including the fall Feasts.  Remember in Genesis 22, Abraham was told that God would provide Himself a Sacrifice, then a Ram was caught in the thorns, a picture of the Crown of Thorns.  The ONLY Holyday that uses the Ram's Horn/Shofar is Trumpets.  Trumpets was a birth announcement of the Messiah.  If you go back 9 months from Trumpets you see the Messiah being conceived by the Holy Spirit at the Holyday of the Light, Hanukkah.  Hanukkah and the 2nd Day of Trumpets was added after Leviticus 23, why?  Because they were to remain watchful for the First Coming of the Messiah, just like us today, we are to remain watchful for His 2nd Coming.  The Messiah was then Circumcised on the Day of Atonement, fulfilling the Promise given to Abraham, through his loins all nations would be blessed.  Christ Tabernacled amongst us like John 1 says, for 33 perfect years, THEN He became our Passover Lamb, then the Veil to the Holy of Holies tore, from Top to bottom.  He was in the Tomb for Unleavened Bread.  He rose on First Fruits, the first day of the week of week one of the 7 Weeks of 7, equaling 49 Days.  Then on Day 50 He was DONE, He sent His Holy Spirit, We are now the temple.  Twice as much Manna from Heaven was given on Friday the sixth day in the wilderness in Exodus 16 so the people of God could have their 7th Day Sabbath Rest.  The Christ was crucified on Friday so the people of God could have Eternal Sabbath Rest.  The Messiah is our 7th Day Rest, our 7th Year Rest, our 7 Feast Rest, and our Eternal Sabbath Rest.  Look closely at Revelation 20, there are two Resurrections, one has already occurred.  Look at Matthew 27, people who have previously died are seen in the Holy City, Jerusalem.  The 144,000 are those, they are with Christ in Heaven right now.  Zechariah 14 shows those that have died after the First Resurrection, their spirits are in Heaven, they get their Tabernacles at the Second Resurrection, that's why they celebrate the lone Feast of Tabernacles in Zechariah 14.  In Hebrews 12:22-24 we see all those in Heaven right now:   angels, those from the first  Resurrection (first born), spirits of those that have died since Christ, and Jesus Himself.  Notice also the week before the Cross, that the people put their Sukkot branches on the ground for the Christ to ride over, He fulfilling the Feast of Tabernacles.  The Christ was born in the fall for the fall.

john h - posted on September 7, 2017 7:46 pm

Blessed is He who comes in the name of HaShem? No, Yeshua would have read what's there, Blessed is He who comes in the name of YHVH. Shalom.

Phil Ex - posted on October 8, 2018 1:41 am

The High Priest has returned in AD70. Please learn that the kingdom is not visible.

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