Category: 101 Festivals

108: Branches and Booths

God commands that a fall Harvest Festival called the Feast of Ingathering or the Feast of Tabernacles is to be kept from the 15th day through the 21st day of the seventh biblical month with rejoicing over the main harvest in Israel.  Exodus 34:22 And thou shalt observe the feast of weeks, of the firstfruits of […]

107: God The Light of Truth

The Feast of Tabernacles begins after sunset this evening Oct 13, 2019 and falls on 14 Oct 2019. [sdm_download id=”21238″ fancy=”1″ color=”purple”] Throughout the scriptures darkness is used as an allegory of ignorance and spiritual blindness; while light is a reference to the light of spiritual understanding. We see that at the creation of this […]

105: Satan’s Fate

Peter wrote that no scripture can be interpreted privately, meaning that all scriptures on any subject must fit together and support one another and that no single scripture can stand alone, or contrary to other scriptures. 2 Peter 1:20   Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation. All scriptures […]

Ecclesiastes 1 – 4

During the Great Ezra Revival he Book of Ecclesiastes was appointed by Ezra to be read during the Feast of Tabernacles.  During his physical ministry Jesus Christ never took issue with reading Ecclesiastes during Tabernacles or with any other appointment by Ezra like the Light Ceremony, or the Water Pouring Ceremony; quite the contrary Jesus […]

103: The Feast of Trumpets

Welcome the Feast of Trumpets with the Shofar   Thou Oh Lord Art a Shield for Me Let us follow the Captain of the Host into the Promised Land of eternal life! [sdm_download id=”21238″ fancy=”1″ color=”purple”]     The Feast of Trumpets is properly named in Hebrew as “A Memorial of Rejoicing with the Sounding of […]

The Plagues on Egypt

Moses and Aaron visited the elders of Israel and told them of their mission, and then they went to pharaoh who refused to let the people go and increased their burdens.  Israel then complained to Moses and God told Moses to stand fast in his mission and go before pharaoh again. The Egyptians had a […]

Moses Returns to Egypt

Jethro [Ruel] was a priest of God before Israel was called out of Egypt and before  the Levitical priesthood was made at Sinai, and he obviously believed in the Eternal (Ex 18).  How could Jethro be the priest of a strange god if he worshiped God with Moses at Sinai? God was training Moses for […]

Israel in Egypt

Moses in Egypt The account of the exodus begins with the final climax of affliction in the book of Exodus, which covers the history of Israel leaving Egypt and then the journey to Mount Sinai and their marriage to the God who later gave up his God-hood to be made flesh as Jesus Christ. Of […]

The Last Passover of Christ

Harmonizing the Gospels Concerning The Last Passover of Christ Three Gospels are eye witness accounts of these events by their writers, from the different perspectives of the three eye witness writers; who may have attached a different level of importance to various events and so have emphasized different parts of the narrative. Therefore each of […]

Deuteronomy 28 – 30

Deuteronomy 28 In this latter day, Israel [primarily the British, American, Dutch and Scandinavian peoples] and Judah are receiving the blessings that God promised the descendants of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.  We have been given choice blessings and we have responded by filling our lands with abominations and continual rebellion against the Word of our […]

Deuteronomy 23 – 27

Deuteronomy 23 In reference to verse one below: Persons being excluded from assembling at the Holy Place in the presence of God because of physical  imperfections has a spiritual counterpart in that the willfully sinful and spiritually imperfect sinners will be excluded from the resurrection of the faithful; not being holy as God is holy, having no […]

Deuteronomy 18 – 22

Deuteronomy 18 Wages for the Temple service The Levites including the priests who are serving in the Temple are to have a portion of those sacrifices which are not totally burned in the fire.  These offerings are explained in the book of instruction for the Levites: Leviticus. Deuteronomy 18:1 The priests the Levites, and all the […]

Deuteronomy 13 – 17

Deuteronomy 13 Miracles and fulfilled predictions are not proof of godliness or that anyone is a messenger from God.  God’s messengers often foretell events and do perform miracles by the power of God, but Satan’s agents can also do these things.   God tells Moses and he tells us how to discern the difference between the […]

Deuteronomy 7 – 12

Deuteronomy 7 Just as God caused Israel to destroy or drive many of the wicked Canaanites out of the Promised Land and later God removed Israel for their sins: God will also severely correct modern physical and spiritual Israel for breaking the commandments of God.  What applies to physical Israel also applies to the spiritual […]