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Well, the Feast Of Tabernacle is finally here. And we will be looking at specific details concerning that fact. The first fall festival begin with the Feast of Trumpets, and the second moved us towards Yom Kippur, the new year on the Jewish calendar, and the thirdly the Feast Of Tabernacle. In observing the third feast, we will come to understand the meaning behind the message. This is a set appointment for the purpose of commerating their deliverance from Egyptian bondage, and of Gods provision for them in the wilderness and their journey to the promise land. This lesson will show relevance to our daily lives past, present, and future deliverances.
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This is the celebration of the Feast of Trumpets today; according to the Jewish holidays, all believiers are to gather together for a time of repentance. The following explantation will help you understand the meaning behind the message: "
Some may ask why are thousands of Christians coming up to Jerusalem each year to celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles? After all, isn't this a "Jewish holiday"?
The answer lies in the unique universal significance of this ancient biblical festival and its past, present and future relevance for all nations.
Every biblical holiday given to the Jewish people has these three aspects. Israel was commanded to observe the holiday in the present in order to remember something God had done in the past, and because of some future prophetic purpose hidden within each festival.
Thus Jews begin Shabbat each week by lighting of two candles, which stand for "Keep" and "Remember". In so doing, they remember how God rested on the seventh day of Creation while also looking forward to the Millennial rest promised for the whole earth.
Likewise, Passover and Pentecost look back on the great Exodus from Egypt and the giving of the law at Sinai, while their hidden prophetic purposes were fulfilled in the death and resurrection of Jesus and the birth of the Church fifty days later."
The Feast of Tabernacles, or Sukkot, is the third great annual pilgrimage festival when the Jewish people gather together in Jerusalem not only to remember God's provision in the Wilderness but also to look ahead to that promised Messianic age when all nations will flow to Jerusalem to worship the Lord. "
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Feast Of The Dedication. Reading from the First Book of The Maccabees
Isaiah 54:5 speaks of the LORD being our husband. The LORD of Hosts is His name. It speakes of a lavish feast with rich foods and select wines for us to enjoy. It speaks of the restoration and wiping away of shame and reproach to barren things. It speaks of how we as Christians who were the rejected of the world will be called to honor out of the abundant mercies of God. The Lord speaks of how for a moment it appeared we were forsaken and with a little wraft He hid His Face but that in His kindness, He will have mercy upon us. Those of us who overcome to the end will sit at this feast and at the feet of Jesus. He who has an ear to hear, hear the word of the Lord.
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You are invited to attend the Feast of the Tabernacles’ celebration as we worship, praise, and pray to the LORD. We are mandated to bring our offering to God as stated in Deuteronomy 16:16-17. We will lift our offerings to the LORD on the ½ hour. As believers, we are to honor the LORD’s feasts as stated in Leviticus 23. Visit www.ManifestTheTruth.com for information.
Welcome to Feast of Tabernacles also called Booths or Sukkot commemorates the 40 Years of God's provision, protection, and faithfulness to the Israelites while in the wilderness. Exodus 29:44
It is also known as the Feast of Engathering, to celebrate and thank God for the grain and wine harvests and pray for early rains for the Spring Harvest.
As we look at the feasts, we see Christ Jesus as the fulfillment and completion.
Sukkot has several symbols: including water and light. We will look at Christ as the source.
Sukkot marks the hope of when God will forever Tabernacle with man for eternity. Our earthly tabernacle will fail but we have an eternal house in the heavenly realms.
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The Church has lost something by neglecting its Jewish roots. If ever you needed a reason to study the Jewish Bible in order to understand the Christian gospel, you'd find it with the Feast of Tabernacles. Unless you understand something of this holiday you'll never fully understand the New Testament. This was the celebration of the huge Fall harvest, the event that would either make or break financially nearly every business and household in ancient Israel. The Torah speaks about it in terms of fruits and grains, but Zechariah the Prophet, Isaiah, John the Baptist, and Jesus himself spoke of it in terms of the harvesting of human souls. What's the connection? Tune in and take notes! Your host: Rev. Rick Anderson, on "Jewish Roots" each Thursday at 9:30 pm, EST, at www.scripturesdramatized.com Internet podcast talk-radio. To call with a question or comment: 347-324-5757.
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When I think of Christmas time it takes me back to this small little girl, with big eyes and smile that could light up the room with gladness... through the eyes of that little girl, the lighting of tree and outside Christmas lights and singing about Jesus was so amazing... then came smell of sweet potato pie, pecan pie, cakes and candy and smell of sage with our turkey and pineapple glaze Ham the whole house filled with love and joy...You can hear singing, praise and giving thank all day long, with family, friends and all love ones, the people that come over all day long, church family, neighbors... what a great feeling.
But what if, you take the same little girl and she lives in a Squatter Camps, what would her day must be like... You wake-up to your stomach aching because you have no food, there is no smells of pie, cake or turkey. There no running water, no electricity for lights, no friends coming over, and the future would seem bleak… but it doesn’t have to be…
I can see the pain and humiliation in the eyes of men, women and even children. They have reached a point of no return and it has beaten all joy and happiness out of their spirits. I don't call it White Squatter Camps, I Call them White Concentration Camps forced on them by Government. It is a lifelong sentence without parole.
Please help us by giving hope back on this day by funding our Christmas feast, that would feed not one family but the whole Squatter Camps on this day, let them know the kind of love and fun we remember here in America that we whole dear to your hearts and children..
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This is a segment of the show that we dedicate to observing to do the Feasts of the Lord to the best of our ability with the resources that we have. We have no physical location to be able to keep them, but we can gather together on the feast day, and keep it. If you do have a physical location to keep the Feast Days, please, we encourage you to do so, as well as keep them with us.
We will gather together on the dates and times of the class on the Feast days, and we will have the paltalk room open to congregate in after the class, so we can eat together. If you do not have paltalk, please invest in getting it. It is free. If you want to keep the Feast Days with us, you need paltalk. We will only have Paltalk and Blogtalk open on the Feast days through the chatrooms.
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Bring your food to the computer, and we will eat together if it is commanded on the High Sabbath we are keeping, as well as play music, and give testimonies after we have a lesson.
What better way to focus on a seafood meal than to learn about the Feast of Seven Fishes! This is a Southern Italian, Italian American Celebration held on Christmas Eve. Seven different seafood dishes are prepared and enjoyed to commemorate Vigilia di Natalie, the waiting of the midnight birth of baby Jesus. Why seven? And, what are some traditional Seven Fishes menus that may be served then and at other times of the year? Guest, Stacey Antine RD (HealthBarn USA), author of Appetite for Life and founder of the Healing Meals Foundation, has some great answers for you. Co-host, Carolina Jantac RD (Kid Kritics Approved), you and I will be refreshed with some delectable Italian seafood recipes using cod, shrimp and maybe even some sardines!