Jesus and the Holy Days

This series shows, from the Bible, how Jesus’ name is indelibly stamped on all of God’s biblical festivals. In order, they portray God’s seven step plan of salvation, something God wants everyone to know about. Consequently, they were and are a part of meaning and worship for the New Testament Church in the beginning, and should be today as well.

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Jesus and Unleavened Bread

In 2 Timothy 4:3-4 Paul warned Timothy that Christians will "accumulate for themseleves teachers to suit their own passions, and will turn awy from listening to the truth and wander off into myths. That's really spooky when you consider that all the Christian holidays are based on myths. Surely God has something more relevant that that for us. Learn more about it in Jesus and Unleavened Bread.

2021-07-31T09:33:40-06:00

Jesus and Atonement

The Bible predicts one of the most astounding events in all history, the restoration of the relationship between God and humankind, broken in the Garden of Eden. The prediction is mentioned in the Book of Revelation with much emphasis and fanfare, an important event in the mind of God. Many would be surprised to learn that there is a day on God's calendar every year to commemorate that incredible event. But how could that possibly be true? Very few Christians know about it.

2021-07-31T09:33:40-06:00

Jesus and the Feast of Tabernacles

In John 7, we see Jesus observing and even preaching during a biblical festival called the Feast of Tabernacles. This festival pictures the salvation plan that He and the Father have been working out. He said, in that sermon, that those who come to Him, will receive the Holy Spirit, a clearly New Testament event. And yet most Christians have never even heard of this festival!

2021-07-31T09:44:38-06:00

Jesus and the Eighth Day

In Leviticus 23, and other places in the Bible as well, there is a unique holy day mentioned. Unlike the other biblical holy days, the significance of this day in God's plan is shrouded. The day is simply called "the eighth day." And yet it is a holy day, just as is Pentecost, or the Feast of Trumpets. What is the significance of the Eighth Day?