The Festival Of Purim, And The Meaning It Brings To Christianity

The Festival Of Purim, And The Meaning It Brings To Christianity The Festival of Purim is a winter festival, and the last festival of the Biblical year, which signals that it will be the last to have its fulfilment in this present age before the Millennial rule of Messiah begins. The Festival of Purim falls in the last month of the year on the Biblical calendar, that calendar which reckons time and dates according to what Yehovah commanded. (Ex. 12:2) (Please consider this teaching concerning Biblical Calendar) The Gregorian calendar, which is the calendar th…

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The Festival Of Dedication, (In Hebrew-Hanukkah) And The Meaning It Brings To Christianity

The Festival Of Dedication, (In Hebrew-Hanukkah) And The Meaning It Brings To Christianity Should Not The Redeemer Of All Men Have The Right To Be Followed In How He Purposes His Birth To Be Celebrated? Christmas: A “holiday” (Supposed holy day) invented by the Roman Church, but in no sense is the observance of it commanded in the Scriptures, nor do the Scriptures set the example of the people of faith celebrating such a “holiday”. It is a celebration where ancient pagan ideas, values, and symbolism are mixed with Christian truth, and there is zero Scripture compulsion to celebrate it…

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Various “Christian Holidays”, And Why They Are Un-Holy, And Why The Celebration Of Them Does Not Fulfill The Scripture

Various “Christian Holidays”, And Why They Are Un-Holy, And Why The Celebration Of Them Does Not Fulfill The Scripture This article is meant to aide in the exposing of the un-Biblical practice of celebrating various modern religious holidays that are commonly thought of as Christian, but in light of Torah understanding and obedience, they are seen to be ancient pagan holidays that have been “Christianized”, and therefore stand contrary to God in that they are not pure worship. That is, they are worship that is not according to Torah, which is also to say, not according to the truth, and therefore, worship that i…

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How Should An Obedient Christian Celebrate The Thanksgiving Holiday?

How Should An Obedient Christian Celebrate The Thanksgiving Holiday? It was almost exactly twenty years ago when the Mighty One brought a rhema to me (A word from God that comes to a Believer when a portion of Scripture is super anointed) concerning how that I as a Believer was to pay attention to obey the Law. (The Torah) I mean, through the years I have many thousands of times experienced (As should be common to all Believers) the anointing of the Holy Spirit to open to me His word. You might say that the anointing of Yehovah’s word to the Believer is the child…

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The Festival Of Tabernacles, (In Hebrew-Sukkah) And Meaning It Brings To Christianity

The Festival Of Tabernacles, (In Hebrew-Sukkah) And Meaning It Brings To Christianity The third of the fall festivals. As are all of the Festivals of Yehovah, the Festival of Tabernacles is filled with spiritual meaning that is nothing short of exhilarating and very precious to the Believer. For many years I was very ignorant of the Festivals of Yehovah, only seeing a very dim picture of their meaning, and not understanding any need to celebrate them. I am thankful to the Mighty One for opening the eyes of my understanding as to what I believe is a compulsion (His command) to cel…

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The Day Of First Fruits, (In Hebrew-Reshit Katzir) And The Meaning It Brings To Christianity

The Day Of First Fruits, (In Hebrew-Reshit Katzir) And The Meaning It Brings To Christianity The day following the first day of the Festival of Unleavened Bread is called Reshit Katzir, the “beginning of the harvest”, which we will refer to as The Day of First Fruits. The Jews of old on this day would wave a sheaf of freshly harvested barley (The first grain that was to ripen each year) and wave it before the LORD (Yehovah) in a prescribed ceremony to mark the start of the counting of the omer, thereby initiating the forty-nine-day countdown to the harvest festival of Shavuot. And the L…

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The Day Of Atonement, (In Hebrew-Yom Kippur) And The Meaning It Brings To Christianity

The Day Of Atonement, (In Hebrew-Yom Kippur) And The Meaning It Brings To Christianity Second of the fall festivals, the Day of Atonement like the rest of the Festivals of Yehovah, speaks of huge spiritual realities. In fact, absolutely life and death type realities. For Yehovah designed every aspect of the Day of Atonement to reflects the ministry of the Messiah in the great heavenly tabernacle, the very throne room of God, (The Holy of Holies that exists in heaven) and man’s corresponding responsibility. The Bible explains that mankind’s bottom line condition is that of sin. Eve…

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Passover, (In Hebrew-Pesach) And The Meaning It Brings to Christianity

Passover, (In Hebrew-Pesach) And The Meaning It Brings to Christianity The story of the original Passover is found in the book of Exodus chapters 11 and 12. The people of faith were at that time being held in bondage by Pharaoh, (The then king of Egypt) and Yehovah, through the ministry of His servants Moses and Aaron had been showing His power, and the proof of His person with great wonders and signs in that land. However, the king of Egypt had refused to allow the people to leave, therefore, Yehovah instructed Moses to tell Pharaoh that there would be one last pl…

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Elements Of The Festival Of Unleavened Bread, And The Meaning They Bring To Christianity

Elements Of The Festival Of Unleavened Bread, And The Meaning They Bring To Christianity A spring festival. (Leviticus 23:1-2) And the LORD (Yehovah) spake unto Moses saying, Speak unto the children of Israel, (The original Israel” of God were the people of faith, who happened to also be the descendants of Abraham, but it is a very clear New Testament doctrine that the Israel of God that exists today is any soul of man who lives by faith, not just a physical descendant of Abraham) and say unto them. Concerning the feasts (festivals) of the LORD, (Yehovah) which ye shall proclaim t…

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The Day Of Trumpets, (In Hebrew- Yom Teruah) And The Meaning It Brings To Christianity

The Day Of Trumpets, (In Hebrew- Yom Teruah) And The Meaning It Brings To Christianity Typical of all the Festivals of Yehovah, the Day of Trumpets typifies heavenly realities. As a parable is an earthly story with a heavenly meaning, the Festivals of Yehovah are celebrations that are, according to Yehovah’s commandments (He. 8:5, He.9:9-11, He. 10:1) to follow certain directions pertaining to when and how they are to be celebrated. Then, if the worshipper is obedient to the Holy Spirit’s enlightenment of the Scripture, the worshipper’s celebration of the festival will give a full…

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