What role do the biblical holy days play today?
Most people believe the biblical holy days to be a relic of pre-Christ worship, meant for ancient Israel and modern-day Jews but of little importance to followers of Christ. However, we know that Christ’s followers kept the biblical holy days both before and after His death, and believe that they are commanded for disciples today.
The biblical holy days also are filled with countless symbols, parallels, amazing prophetic duality, and provide a beautiful roadmap of God’s plan for mankind. These studies dig deeper into what we can learn from God’s holy days.
Spring Holy Days
Jesus Christ as Our Kinsman-Redeemer: Redemption & Slavery (Passover Themes)
Circumcision, Baptism, & Passover: Entering Into Covenant With God
Passover & the Days of Unleavened Bread: Our Betrothal to Jesus Christ
Passover Ceremony Themes: The Wine
Passover Ceremony Themes: The Bread
Seven Days You Shall Eat Unleavened Bread…Now What?
A New Lump, Purged From Sin (Unleavened Bread Thoughts)
Leaving Egypt & The Fall of Jericho: Prophetic Implications of the Days of Unleavened Bread
From Wave Sheaf to Wave Loaves: the Feast of Firstfruits & Acceptance of the Elect
Through the Wilderness: The Journey of Our Lives
Year of Jubilee & Pentecost — Inheritance & Freedom
Fall Holy Days
“God Remembered…”: Our Father’s Faithfulness in Action, & Future Fulfillment in the Feast of Trumpets
Harvest Seasons in Prophecy & Food for Thought on the Feast of Trumpets
The Feast of Trumpets: Dark Before the Light
Themes From the Book of Lamentations for the Fall Holy Days
As Far as East From the West: The Second Atonement Goat
The Day of Atonement & Covering the World
The Book of Ecclesiastes & the Feast of Tabernacles
The Feast of Tabernacles & the Fleeting Nature of Man