Israel’s Holy Days

When God set up Israel as His nation, in Leviticus 23, God institutes seven annual feasts of Jerusalem. As you will see from this presentation, it is not just a simple list of Israel’s Holy Days. It is prophetic, it actually represents a calendar of His Story from Eternity to Eternity. It demonstrates God’s total control of History. Hopefully, it will strengthen your congregations confidence and hope in our Lord for their future in a new heaven and earth for eternity.

Author: Ron Edwards    
Number of slides: 28
File Format: Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation (.pptx)
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PPS Slide 1

When God set up Israel as His nation, in Leviticus 23, God institutes seven annual feasts of Jerusalem. As you will see from this presentation, it is not just a simple list of Israel’s Holy Days. It is prophetic, it actually represents a calendar of His Story from Eternity to Eternity. It demonstrates God’s total control of History. Hopefully, it will strengthen your congregations confidence and hope in our Lord for their future in a new heaven and earth for eternity.

 

PPS Slide 2

To understand Leviticus 23 is more than just a list of Holy Days, one needs to understand the OT and NT are a UNITY. Jesus Himself said “If they won’t believe Moses and the Prophets they won’t believe if one rose from the dead.

PPS Slide 9

Note how the Jewish calendar differs from our own calendar. Also the Jews had two calendars the Religious calendar which commenced with the Passover at Nisan and the Civil calendar which commenced in Tishri. The feasts are related to seasons and largely agricultural. Note there are no feasts during the long summer months when the fields are mainly white unto harvest. This is the church age. The church is sent to gather the harvest both Jew and Gentile. Note the final three feasts are in the seventh month (seven being completion). The first is Feast of Trumpets – prophetic of the trumpet blast when Jesus returns for His Church.

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