FEASTS OF THE LORD - OVERVIEW
"God orders Feast Celebrated Forever" Ex. 12:14
The 7 Feasts of the Lord are to celebrated in light
of the New Testament. Leviticus 23 lays out the principles of God’s redemptive plan for mankind, and is the foundation
upon which ALL of scripture is based. These 7 Feasts are also the prophecies related to God’s calendar of redeeming
grace for all mankind. Just as Jesus fulfilled the prophecies related to His first coming in the first 4 four feasts, Jesus
is about to fulfill the 5 th & 6 th feasts of Trumpets and Atonement. The 7 th and last
feast, called the Feast of Tabernacles, will be fulfilled at a later time after the Millennial Kingdom.
the Pharisees saying:
“O you hypocrites, you can discern the face of the sky, but you can not discern the
signs of the times” Mat. 16:16:3.
ELOHIM / LORD ETYMOLOGY
ELOHIM aka "LORD"
Etymology, Trinity and Feasts of Lord Hermeneutics
JESUS IN THE "FEASTS OF THE LORD"
Jesus In The Feasts of the Lord
A Typology, Prophecy and Historical View
Lunar, Solar, Prophetic, Gregorian Calendars
NEW MOON - SABBATH LUNAR CALENDARING
Moses used terms moon & month interchangeably
Ex.19:1, per Josephus (Ant.I,iii,3).
FEASTS CALENDAR SCHEDULE
7 Biblical Feasts of The Lord
JEWISH FESTIVALS Of ISRAEL
BIBLICAL EVENTS HISTORICAL OVERVIEW
Biblical Events, Prophecy & The
7 Feasts of the Lord
HISTORICAL PROPHETIC & NUMEROLOGICAL
Numerical biblical sequences are a type of spiritual legos, or building blocks of meaning,
much like hieroglyphics, and as sequences of hieroglyphics are portrayed. In other words, individual typological meanings
represented by numbers, then combined into sequences of compounded meanings derived by the combined numbers. These individual
or combined sequences of numbers are then more fully developed to represent a compounded set of meanings much like compound
words, for example: Pentecost; Fiftieth Day.
Development of the meaning for basic individual numbers are derived from scripture.
JESUS' BIRTH DAY
Birthday can be determined according
to Luke Chapters 1 & 2 combined with knowledge of the timing for the Feasts of the Lord according to Lev. 23 and prophecies
that help us to accurately analyze when Jesus' Birthday actually occurred, as reflected by Rev. 12:1 thru 5; The
timing of Jesus' Birthday starts with an accurate determination of when John the Baptist was conceived; then is
confirmed by Dan. 9:24-25.
THE STAR OF BETHLEHEM AND JESUS' BIRTHDAY
The Star of Bethlehem Theory of Jesus' Birthday, Presented Here Is a Combination of Actual Cosmic
Eventsfrom August 03 B.C. to Dec. 02 B.C., and as discribed by the following: Revelation 12:1-5 Celestial Description of Jesus'
Birth by the Apostle John, Scriptural Prophecy of Daniel 9:24-25, Events Recorded in Matthew 2, Luke Chapters 1 &
2 and Lev.23 Feasts of the Lord.
STAR OF BETHLEHEM ASTRONOMY CHRONOLOGICAL PHOTO LOG
JESUS' BIRTHDAY AND THE ACTUAL STARS Of 4 B.C. TO 1 B.C. AS SEEN FROM JERUSALEM FROM PHOTOS OF EVENTS DESCRIBED
BY SCRIPTURE AND THE MAGI'S INTERPRETATION OF THE STARS OF BETHLEHEM IN THE EXACT TIME AND LOCATION OF THEIR APPEARING.
AS IF YOU WERE THERE !
"APPOINTED TIMES With GOD"
Feasts aka Solemn Appointed Times with the Lord, Lev. 23:1-4.
The Hebrew word translated "Feasts" means Appointed
Times. According to Deut.16:16, God commands us to keep His Feasts, in light of the New Testament, and appear
before the Lord with thanksgiving “forever”, Ex. 12:14.
PROPHECY DATE vs. "A SEASON" Of EVENTS
WE ARE EXPECTED TO
THE SEASONS / YEARS DESCRIBED BY PROPHECY
BUT NOT KNOW THE DAY Or HOUR
OF OUR LORD’S RETURN !
"Of that day and hour know no man, no, not the angels of heaven, but my Father
However, Jesus rebuked those who did not anticipate the
“Season of His Coming”:
Jesus said to the Pharisees : “… Hypocrites! You know how to discern the face of the sky, but you
cannotdiscern the Signs of the Times ” (Matt. 16:3).
24 TEMPLE MODEL PHOTOS
PLEASE BE PATIENT FOR TOTAL UPLOAD
IT IS WORTH THE WAIT !!!
FEAST OF PASSOVER - Syllabus page 1
A Syllabus of both Old and New Testament Scriptures on the Feast of Passover, one of the 7 Israel Jewish Biblical
Festivals, aka the 7 Feasts of the Lord per Lev. 23, providing prophetic evidence of fulfilled prophecy.
The 7 Feasts of the Lord are God’s Calendar of Redemption for both the 1st
and 2nd Parousia Coming of the Lord.
PASSOVER SEDER And FEAST OF UNLEAVENED BREAD - Syllabus p. 2
A Syllabus of both Old and New Testament Scriptures, on the Feast of Passover and Feast of Unleavened
JESUS’ CRUCIFIXION - BURIAL DATE
Crucifixion of JESUS was on the day prior to the Feast of Passover; on Thursday the 13th day of Nissan.
He died at the last hour of Temple Sacrifices, and buried at the start of Feast of Passover at Sundown.
FEASTS OF FIRST FRUITS / EASTER & FEAST OF WEEKS / PENTECOST
Feast of First Fruits / Easter always falls on the 16th day (Sunday) of the first biblical month called Nissan and is a fulfillment
of God's promised redemptive plan as prophesied. Elohim, used over 2500 times in Scripture as a description of God
was first used in Genesis 1:1, then again by Abraham in his answer to Isaac: "God Himself will provide a lamb" Gen.22:10.
Both Scriptures hint at the Second Person of the Trinity, as expressed by the name Elohim; a singular God with a plurality
of majesty. Th completion of prophecy concerning the third Person of the Trinity was fulfilled 50 days after
Passover at the summer Feast of Weeks / Pentecost.
CITY OF JERUSALEM And TEMPLE MODEL PHOTOS
CITY OF JERUSALEM And TEMPLE MODEL PHOTOS
ELOHIM aka "LORD" Etymology
Elohim as a compound word, meaning a singular God with a plurality of expressed
majesty; i.e. Jesus, the Holy Spirit and God the Father, a Triune, but singular God. Elohim is used over
2500 times in Scripture starting at Genesis 1:1. God manifests Himself in three personifications; or persons, i.e.
“Divine Essences”. Therefore, when we refer to “Jesus in the Feasts” we are referring to God as One
Being with a plurality of form: Jesus the Person, the Holy Spirit and God the Father (Echad).
FEAST OF WEEKS aka SHAVOUT or PENTECOST Class Syllabus of Scriptures
An in-depth Etymological,
Historical, and Hermeneutical study on the Feast of Weeks aka Shavuot / Pentecost. Study
includes the Gifts of the Holy Spirit and their empowerment to proclaim the Gospel. Pentecost, the 4th
and last Feast of the Lord, is typologically fulfilled in Jesus’ 1st Parousia Coming, which sets the
stage for the methodology of His Second coming. Just as His Spirit was given at Pentecost, so also will
be His Coming and staying Presence. It will also be at His return during the Feast of Trumpets, through to the Day of the
Lord and His Wrath / Judgmen, unto the Feast of Atonement, culminating with Jesus' rule and reign during Jubilee, aka
the Millennial Kingdom or Marriage Supper of the Lamb.
FILLED vs. BAPTISM of the HOLY SPIRIT
An in-depth Hermeneutical study on the state of being Filled with the Spirit vs. Baptized in the
Holy Spirit from Feast of Weeks aka Shavuot / Pentecost, the 4th and last Feast of
the 7 Feasts of the Lord, which were fulfilled by Jesus at His first Coming.
Gifts of Holy Spirit vs Cessationist Theology
“And God hath set
some in the church, first apostles, secondarily prophets, thirdly teachers, after that miracles, then gifts of healings,
helps, governments, diversities of tongues. Are all apostles? Are all prophets? Are all teachers? Are all workers of
miracles? Have all the gifts of healing? Do all speak with tongues? Do all interpret? But covet earnestly the best gifts (Of loving one another), and yet show I unto you
a more excellent way.” I Cor. 12:
7 FEASTS OF THE LORD PROPHETIC HERMENEUTICS
The symbolic sacrificial Lamb at the
Feast of Passover a.k.a. Crucifixion prophetically foreshadowed Jesus’ sacrificial death for the forgiveness
of our sins.
Note, without Passover and the other feasts, there would have been no biblical basis for theological
development regarding forgiveness of sins and God's redemptive plan.
Likewise consider the next 3 feasts, which were also satisfied by Jesus 1st coming:
The Feast of Unleavened Bread, symbolic
of Jesus’ sinless nature, or the Feast of First
Fruits a.k.a. Easter where He is the "first fruits" of God’s grace, making
available to us the gift of salvation, through our belief in His resurrection and deity.
At the Feast of Weeks; a.k.a. Pentecost the gift / empowerment
of the Holy Spirit was given for them to be witnesses. The Feast of Weeks is also called the "second harvest - of first
fruits" for those who believe.
Effectively, without the concept of redemption represented by the feasts, there would have
been no theological foundational development for the entire Bible.
A Syllabus of both Old and New Testament Scriptures
on the Feast of Passover, one of the 7 Israel Jewish Biblical Festivals, aka the 7 Feasts of the Lord per
Lev. 23, provides prophetic evidence of fulfilled prophecy.
Consequently, these 7 Feasts are
the foundation upon which all of Scripture is based.
FEAST OF TRUMPETS - Part I Syllabus
Feast of Trumpets aka Rosh Hashanah
aka Days of Awe
- the start 10 Days of Repentance prior to Judgment at the Feast of Atonement.
A Syllabus of both Old and New Testament Scriptures, which provides an overview of the
Feast of Trumpets, the 5th of 7 Feasts of the Lord, and the first to be fulfilled at Jesus' Second Coming.
FEAST OF TRUMPETS - Part II Syllabus
Feast of Trumpets Part II Syllabus
Return of the Jews to Israel / Messianic / Day of the Lord
FEAST OF TRUMPETS To ATONEMENT To JUBILEE
FEAST OF TRUMPETS aka Rosh Hashanah to FEAST OF ATONEMENT
aka Yom Kippur to JUBILEE
An in-depth study of the period of repentance starting with the Feast of Trumpets / Rosh
Hashanah and culminating with the Feast of Atonement aka Day of Judgment / Yom Kippor, unto the Year of Jubilee aka Millennial
Kingdom aka Marriage Supper of the Lamb.
YEAR OF JUBILEE
"The bride has prepared herself, becoming pure & holy for her bridegroom. '…for
the marriage of the Lamb has come and His bride has made herself ready.'" Revelation 19:7
To understand the Year of Jubilee, one must first
be familiar with the Sabbatical Year, which is observed every seventh year (Ex. 23:11 ; Lev. 25:20; Deut. 15:9; Neh. 10:31).
The Sabbatical Year is also known as the Year
of Release, because farming and debt payments were released (discontinued) for the year (Deut. 15:1-2; 31:10). This was initiated
at the closing of the Feast of Atonement.
Year of Jubilee’s timing was to years (50)
what the timing of Feast of Weeks (Shavuot / Pentecost) is to days (50).
The Feast of Weeks (Shavuot / Pentecost) occurs on the 50 th day; i.e. the day after seven weeks, plus 1 day after Passover. The Year of Jubilee
occurs every 50 th year;
the year after seven Sabbatical years (49 years) according to Lev. 25:8-11.
The Year of Jubilee begins
at the end of 7 Sabbatical years of 7 years, and at the end of the Feast of Atonement / Yom Kippur per Lev.
25:9. Jewish historian, Josephus believed that the word denoted ‘liberty’ (Josephus, Antiquities of the Jews, 3.12.3).
FEAST OF ATONEMENT aka Yom Kippur to Jubilee - Class Syllabus
FEAST OF ATONEMENT aka YOM KIPPUR aka Day Of Atonement
DAY Of The LORD And HIS WRATH
Followed by the DAY
Syllabus of both Old and New Testament Scriptures providing an overview of the Feast of Atonement, the 6th of
7 Israel Jewish Biblical Festivals, aka the 7 Feasts of the Lord per Lev. 23.
FEAST OF TABERNACLES - Syllabus
TABERNACLES aka Succot or Sukkot
aka “Booths” Celebration of God providing Shelter
aka Feast of Ingathering Ex. 23:16, 34:22
aka Fall Harvest Festival Deut.
aka ha-Hag "The Festival"
Theme of Rejoicing
aka New Heavens & New Earth
aka New Jerusalem
21 & 22
FEAST OF TABERNACLES aka SUKKOT
To fully understand the Feast of Tabernacles, one must first begin with God's 4th Commandment
regarding the Sabbath "to keep it holy".
The Feast of Tabernacles begins five
days after the Feast of Atonement, aka Yom Kippur. The Biblical Festival of Tabernacles is instituted in Leviticus 23:34 and is also known as Sukkot
in Hebrew. The feast begins on the 7 th biblical month of Tishri, on the 15 th day during the full moon, in our month
of September or October. It is a transition from the most solemn of holidays focused on repentance during the Feast
of Trumpets to the Feast of Atonement, the most joyous of feasts.
SABBATH / SHABBAT
"Remember the Sabbath day by keeping it holy.” Exodus 20:8-11 (4th Commandment).
To fully understand the Feasts, one must first understand the full meaning and implications of the
Sabbath as a time of oneness with God.
HOLY vs. SET - APART Hermeneutics
"Be Ye Holy for I Am Holy" Lev. 11:24
TEMPLE AND TEMPLE MOUNT HISTORY
is identified in Genesis 22:1-18 as the area where Abraham
obediently offered up his son for sacrifice in approximately 2,000 B.C. There God provided Himself a ram
for an atonement sacrificial offering, which also symbolized God providing His only son Jesus for the forgiveness of sins.
This mount was later to become the Temple Mount some 1,000 years later, the site of Solomon’s temple.
“The LORD [is] in His holy temple
, the LORD'S throne [is] in heaven: …“
A Heavenly Temple was shown to
the apostle John in a vision as recorded in Revelation. Chapters 20 and 21 describe the same river of living water flowing
out from the throne of God and a physical description of the heavenly ‘Temple Mount’ as described by Ezekiel.
PURSUIT OF HOLINESS
This is the theme for the book of Leviticus, especially the 7 Feasts of the Lord per Lev.
23. Holiness is associated with the Feast of Unleavened Bread, which signifies to be without sin; i.e. Jesus. “… you shall be holy; for I am holy.” Lev. 11:44
Leaven (yeast) is used to ferment (spoil) wheat to produce oxygen to puff up the gluten in bread
dough. Just as it takes only a little leaven to spoil the whole lump of bread dough, so does a little sin begin to spoil &
soil our spirit in the eyes of God, until we become completely under the control (spoiled / fermented) of sin.