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Feasts of the Bible

ISBN: 9781596365414


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Easily see the meaning, significance, and symbolism of each of the 9 feasts at a glance with this pamphlet’s incredible quick-reference chart and simple summaries. Enjoy getting an in-depth, close-up look at 9 feasts of the Bible. Using side-by-side charts and simple summaries, this pamphlet shows why each feast was established by God, how it points to Christ, and why it’s still important for Christians today.

Throughout the Old Testament, God commanded the people of Israel to observe feasts and holy days (holidays) to remember the mighty things that He had done in the lives of Israel’s ancestors. The Feasts of the Bible Pamphlet is a full-color pamphlet that celebrates and explains the meaning behind the biblical feasts and why they are important today. Feasts of the Bible contains easy-to-read charts that cover each holiday and its details.

4 Key Features of the Feasts of the Bible Pamphlet

1. Quick-Reference: Get a Simple Overview of all 9 Christian Feasts in the Bible

Covering everything from Passover to the Day of Atonement, this easy-to-understand reference guide explains each of the 9 feasts, covering its:

  • Name and pronunciation (Includes Hebrew writing)
  • Simple summary of common customs and practices
  • Celebration date
  • How each feast specifically points to Jesus as Messiah
  • Key Scriptures from the Old and New Testament
  • Dozens of additional facts and insights that will add depth to any Old or New Testament study

2. Highly Visual: Packed with Charts and Summaries
Quickly see the importance and meaning behind each feast of the Bible at a glance with this quick-reference pamphlet—

  • Get a clear overview of all 9 major feasts of the Bible, including Passover, Rosh HaShanah, Day of Atonement, Feast of the Tabernacles, Feast of Unleavened Bread, and more!
  • Find out how each feast points to Jesus Christ and relates to us as believers today!
  • Enjoy having side-by-side charts, simple summaries, key Bible verses, Hebrew pronunciations, an updated feasts calendar, dozens of fascinating facts, and more!

3. Practical: Includes Calendars for the Feasts of Israel
Enjoy having updated calendars for when each feast takes place as well as simple explanations for the Jewish and Gregorian calendars!

4. Relevant: Fascinating Facts on the Jewish Feasts of the Bible

  • Passover: A hymn is usually sung at the end of the Passover service, as was the case with Jesus and his disciples during the Last Supper (Matthew 26:30).
  • During the Feast of Trumpets synagogue services, the shofar (ram’s horn) is blown 100 times.
  • Hanukkah is known as the Feast of Lights or the Feast of Dedication because of a legendary miraculous provision of oil for the eternal light in the Temple.
  • Purim marks the deliverance of the Jews through Queen Esther.

The Pamphlet Includes 9 Feasts of the Bible—The Major Feasts of Israel with Summaries

  1. Passover (Pesach)
  2. Unleavened Bread (Hag HaMatzot)
  3. Firstfruits (Yom HaBikkurim or Reishit)
  4. Feast of Weeks or Pentecost (Shavuot)
  5. Feast of Trumpets or New Year (Rosh HaShanah)
  6. Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur)
  7. Feast of Tabernacles or Booths (Sukkot)
  8. Feast of Dedication or Feast of Lights (Hanukkah or Chanukah)
  9. Feast of Lots (Purim)

Feasts of the Bible is a fantastic teaching tool for churches and groups who want to explore their Jewish heritage found in Christ. Find the observance of the feasts and holidays as a meaningful way to add depth to their devotion to God.

Top Highlights

“picture of Jesus’ resurrection. Jesus rose on the third day of Passover season,
16 Nisan, the day of Firstfruits” (source)

“Pesach (PAY-sahk) means to ‘pass over.’ The Passover meal, seder (SAY der), commemorates the Israelites’ deliverance from slavery in Egypt. The Lord sent Moses to lead the children of Israel from Egypt to the Promised Land. When first confronted by Moses, Pharaoh refused to let the people go. After sending nine plagues, the Lord said the firstborn males of every house would die unless the doorframe of that house was covered with the blood of a perfect lamb. That night, the Lord ‘passed over’ the homes with blood on the doorframes. The tenth plague brought death to the firstborn sons of Egypt, even taking the life of Pharaoh’s own son. Finally, Pharaoh let the children of Israel go. Passover was to be a lasting ordinance for generations to come.” (source)

“The Holy of Holies, in the temple, was separated from the congregation by a veil from floor to ceiling. It was entered once a year on Yom Kippur, when the high priest offered the blood sacrifice of atonement on behalf of the people. When Jesus died on the cross, the thick veil was ripped from top to bottom (Luke 23:44–46). Christ came as high priest and entered the Holy of Holies (heaven itself) once for all, not by the blood of goats and calves but by his own blood, having obtained eternal redemption (Heb. 9:11–28). Believers in Jesus accept his sacrifice on the cross as the final atonement for sin, ‘being justified freely by his grace through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus’ (Rom. 3:21–25).” (source)

Product Details

  • Title : Feasts & Holidays of Bible
  • Author: Publishing, Rose
  • Publisher: Rose Publishing
  • Publication Date: 2011
  • ISBN: 9781596365414


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