The Fall Feasts of Israel
Did you ever wonder why God, after saving a people from Egypt, told them to rearrange their calendar year to celebrate certain feasts? Why was God so concerned that Israel keep certain appointments with Him each year?
In The Fall Feasts of Israel, Neil Silverberg looks at the special feasts God told Israel to celebrate each Fall. Through this teaching, you will learn how these feasts prophetically announced the time when Messiah would appear and with Him the Gospel. These messages will unlock the riches of the Old Testament as the textbook not only of Israel, but of the Church of God as well.
MP3 1: The Blowing of Trumpets
Neil discusses the first of the three fall feasts of Israel. The Feast of Blowing of Trumpets, considered a high holy day, marks the beginning of the 10 Days of Awe. Each blast of the shofar calls God’s people to examine themselves.
MP3 2: The Feast of the Day of Atonement
Also called Yom Kippur, this is the holiest day of the year. It is a day of repentance and atonement for sin. While sins could only be ‘covered’ by the priests, it is a prophetic look at the work of Christ who through his priestly work would remove sin forever.
MP3 3: The Feast of Tabernacles
Also called Sukkot, this feast celebrates the final harvest. The people rejoiced for 7 days celebrating the goodness of God and his provision. In John 7, Jesus shows how the traditional elements used in the celebration apply to his life and mission.