Feasts of Israel

The Feast of Tabernacles

The Old Testament serves as a symbol of the New Testament. The Hebrew Law handed down from God through Moses was designed to remind the Israelites of what God had done for them. We also should take the time to reflect on what God has done for us. Three of the feasts celebrated in the Jewish Calender, known as the Pilgrimage Feasts (Pilgrimage in that they take place in Jerusalem) are mirrors of the new covenant and have a New Testament application. 1. The Feast of Passover The Jews celebrated this as the day on which they were released from…

Keeping The Feast

Keeping The Feast
In this message John Alley explores the significance of Bible prophecy including prophecy already fulfilled. John examines scriptures beginning with the parable of the wedding feast found in Matthew 22 and Luke 14. The prophetic message of this parable, says John, has already been fulfilled in the destruction of Jerusalem and the spread of the Gospel throughout the world. John explains at length the position of the guest found to be without wedding clothes, reminding the listener that there is grace and mercy to be found for the one who humbly repents before the Lord and seeks his forgiveness and…