Surely He was the promised Sacrifice Lamb. So He was crucified on Passover. He was buried that night and laid in the tomb just in time for the Feast of Unleavened Bread. On the third day he rose from the grave. On the Feast of Firstfruits He was resurrected as the firstfruits from the dead.
This happened right on the Feast of Pentecost. The Holy Spirit outpouring seen that day was unprecedented and glorious. The revival of Israel spread into the city of Jerusalem and thence to Judea, Samaria, and eventually to the utmost parts of the earth. Thus was fulfilled the summer Feast of Pentecost. This epic event happened right on the very day of the Hebrew calendar that saw Moses bring the Law down from Mount Sinai to the children of Israel.
The Feast of Pentecost was Israel's birthday. Israel's birthday is also turned out to be the birthday of the Church! Is God trying to tell us something here? From the precedent set by these earlier four feasts we can know for a certainty that the next three feasts, the Fall Feasts will rock our world as well. They will erupt into history in just as spectacular a fashion as those former four feasts. All seven of them are celebrations of epic events in the holy history of God's covenant people.
That history involves the saints from both Old Testament times and New Testament times. The feasts mark out the significant events of the first coming of Christ in His priestly role as the Suffering Servant 2, years ago. Then they run on into and through the end-time drama when He returns in His kingdom role as the Conquering King. The next two feasts, 5 and 6 , mark out the 70th week of Daniel, the final seven years of this age. At some point in days that follow Christ will return to this earth and glorify His saints at the Resurrection-Rapture.
The 7th feast, the Feast of Tabernacles, will come into its ultimate fulfillment on the opening day of the glorious Millennium to come. And here we note something very interesting. The Feast of Trumpets and the Day of Atonement will almost certainly be beginning day and the ending day of that awesome future time period, the final seven years of this age.
Here is how it happens. According to the positioning of a given seven years in the 19 year metonic cycle a seven year time span beginning and ending on the months of Tishrei can span 86 moons or 87 moons.
When it is 86 moons then something extraordinary is noted. The number of days spanning these two feasts, that is, Trumpets on Tishrei 1 and Atonement on Tishrei 10 seven years later is a time span of exactly days.
This just happens to equal the exact number of days, plus , that span the 70th week of Daniel along with its 30 day extension that reaches beyond the days of the Tribulation to go to day ! Click on the image above to go to another chart of the future 70th Week of Daniel. The discovery that the days encompassing the 70th week matches perfectly the days in between the next two fall feasts when they are spaced out 7 years apart and embracing 86 moons, and not 87 moons , in the 19 year metonic cycle was something this author began to notice in The exodus from Egypt took place in approximately B.
They are recorded in the Old testament book of Leviticus chapter Each one of these seven holy convocations are laid out on the Hebrew calendar. God calls upon His covenant people to join Him in celebrating them every year. Thanks For wat Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker ballet is a favorite holiday treat for millions.
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