PART 7 – Dan Rudge preaches on Israel’s seventh and last annual feast, “The Feast of Tabernacles”. He explains that it is a type of the Millennial “age to come” and looks at what that will mean politically, environmentally, socially, economically and physically for the world and for Israel as a restored nation (Message preached 13th Dec 2012)
PART 6 – Peter Scarsbrook preaches on Israel’s sixth annual feast, “The Day of Atonement”. He helpfully outlines the historical and dispensational aspects of this feast, particularly drawing attention to the reality of the nation of Israel’s future in a literal Kingdom after being physically and spiritually saved at Christ’s second advent (Message preached 6th Dec 2012)
PART 5 – John Stubbs preaches on Israel’s fifth annual feast, “The Feast of Trumpets”. This is the first of the last 3 feasts which all have a future fufillment. The feast points to the coming of the Lord and the regathering of the nation of Israel. Readings: Lev 23:22-25, Num 10:1-10.
PART 4 – Simon Hall preaches on Israel’s fourth annual feast, “The Feast of Pentecost”. He outlines the 3 harvests connected with the feasts and explains the significance of “the feast of weeks” as it is also called, in relation to the day of Pentecost in Acts 2 when Jew and Gentile were united in one body (Message preached 15th Nov 2012)
PART 3 – Marcus Hall preaches on Israel’s third annual feast, “The Feast of Firstfruits”. He expounds Lev 23:9-14 and points out that this feast has its fulfillment in the resurrection of Christ. In the words of 1 Cor 15:23 “Christ the firstfruits; afterward they that are Christ’s at His coming (Message preached 8th Nov 2012)
PART 2 – Michael Penfold preaches on Israel’s second annual feast, “The Feast of Unleavened Bread”, known in scripture as “the bread of affliction”. He explains its close link with the Passover and draws practical lessons from its features; no servile work, daily offerings, purging out leaven, and feeding on unleavened bread (Message preached 1st Nov 2012)
PART 1 – Gordon Stewart introduces the 7 Feasts of Jehovah and then deals with the first one, the Passover. From Exodus 12 and Leviticus 23, he expounds the purpose, meaning, contents and characteristics of the first of Israel’s annual feasts which commemorated their deliverance from Egypt and is a type of the sacrifice of Christ, the lamb of God (Message preached 25th Oct 2012)
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