The Festivals Of Yehovah, And The Meaning They Bring To Christianity

The Festivals Of Yehovah, And The Meaning They Bring To Christianity Please take upfront note that in this writing, what are commonly referred to as the Feasts of Israel will be referred to as the Festivals of Yehovah. Reason one is that the Festivals of Yehovah are just that, they are Yehovah's festivals, in spite of the reality that they are very commonly referred to as the Feasts of Israel. They were designed by Yehovah, given by Him, reflective of both Him and the salvation He offers, and are to be celebrated according to His rules, as unto Him. However, I…

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The Lord's Table, How It Springs From Other Ancient Biblical Festivals, And How It Reflects Heavenly Realities

The Lord's Table, How It Springs From Other Ancient Biblical Festivals, And How It Reflects Heavenly Realities Speaking of participating in what has commonly become known as the Lord’s Table, the author seeks to express to the reader how that the consumption of the natural elements of bread and wine are illustrative of great heavenly realities that are meant to touch the life of each and every Believer. Thus instructing and encouraging each soul to align its self in positive agreement with these eternal truths, and in so doing bring blessing to him/herself, and glory to the eternal God. The Lord’s Table,…

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What Are The Feasts Of Israel (Yehovah), and Do They Have A Place In Modern Christianity?

What Are The  Feasts Of Israel (Yehovah), and Do They  Have A Place In Modern Christianity? As a part of the questions posted in the title of this article we will also seek to answer these questions: In Yehovah’s mind who is Israel? Are the feasts that are spoken of in the Scripture really Israel’s, or are they Yehovah’s? Is there any signal given in the Scripture that notes that the feasts were to be discontinued? Or a signal that they are to continue to this day, and into the future? What was Yehovah’s purpose for the feasts in “old testament” times, and if Yehovah’s feasts have not…

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