Trumpets, the Return of Christ
There are seven festivals in the Bible that picture steps in God’s salvation plan. Since Jesus Christ is the focal point of that plan, He is also the focal point of each festival. Perhaps that is one reason why the New Testament church observed all seven of these God-given Biblical Festivals.
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So we’re Christians and we’re here observing the Feast of Trumpets. Why? Why would we do that? Why do we keep the Feast of Trumpets? Well, that’s what this presentation is all about. For those who have been keeping it for a long time, I’m going to ask you to write down on your paper your answer. Why do we? While you’re doing that, I’m going to go on. I’m going to turn to Leviticus 23, verse 4. What is the Old Testament name for the holy days? Do you know what it is?
Lev. 23:4 – These are the feasts of the LORD, even holy convocations, which you shall proclaim in their seasons. This is the main chapter in the Bible about these holy convocations and these festivals. So I think that’s the biblical name of them – the feasts of the LORD. Now I think it’s important – and I’ll show you why later. In verse 5, it says: