In a follow-up to his blockbuster book, Seven Blessings of the Passover, Steve Munsey explores the significance of the ancient Hebrew commemoration called the Day of Atonement, a special day set aside to honor God for what He has done. In this book Munsey explains how, not only the Israelites, but believers today—nearly 3,500 years after the day of fasting, prayer, and offering began—can claim the seven specific, supernatural atonement blessings that are promised in Joel 2:
• A Double Portion
• Financial Abundance
• God’s Divine Presence
• Blessings upon Your Family
Whatever God promised to His covenant people in the Old Testament also holds true for New Testament believers, those covered by the “better covenant.” Through Jesus Christ, we have been atoned, once and for all, so prepare to unleash the Day of Atonement blessings in your life today!
In this booklet:
• God's Bride
• "Cut Off Before Our Eyes"
• Growing in Intensity
• God's Army
• What God Desires
• A Teacher of Righteousness
• Laodiceans in the Tribulation
• Proclaim This Message
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The Bible study aid ebook, God's Holy Day Plan: The Promise of Hope for All Mankind, will help you understand the incredible truth about what lies ahead for all humanity.
Chapters in this ebook:
-- Introduction: God's Holy Day Plan
-- Are God's Holy Days Relevant Today?
-- God's Festivals in the New Testament
-- The Passover: Why Did Jesus Christ Have to Die?
-- The Feast of Unleavened Bread: Replacing Sin With the Bread of Life
-- The Feast of Pentecost: The Firstfruits of God's Harvest
-- The Feast of Trumpets: A Turning Point in History
-- Atonement: Removal of Sin's Cause and Reconciliation to God
-- The Feast of Tabernacles: Jesus Christ Reigns Over All the Earth
-- The Eighth Day: Eternal Life Offered to All
-- What Is the Fate of the Unrepentant?
-- How God's Festivals Teach Us About Jesus Christ
-- How Should We Observe God's Festivals?
-- Colossians 2:16 Shows Gentile Christians Observed the Biblical Holy Days
-- The Annual Festivals of God - Holy Day Calendar
Inside this Bible Study Aid ebook:
"Paul and all the apostles taught a consistent message of the Christian's obligation to follow the example of Jesus Christ in all matters."
"Keeping the Passover each year reminds us that God is the forgiver of sin who grants us eternal life in His Kingdom through the sacrifice of Jesus Christ, our Passover."
"Our observance of the Days of Unleavened Bread helps us realize our crucial need for Jesus' help in overcoming our weaknesses."
"Pentecost serves as an annual reminder that our Creator still works miracles, granting His Spirit to those called to be the firstfruits of His spiritual harvest, empowering them to carry out His work in this world."
"Jesus Christ will return to raise His followers from death and establish God's perfect rule over the earth. This is the wonderful, inspiring meaning of the Feast of Trumpets."
"The Day of Atonement thus pictures the loving reconciliation all people can have with God through Christ's sacrifice. It also shows the remarkable truth that Satan, the author of sin, will eventually be removed so that humanity can at last attain reconciliation with God on a universal basis."
"The Feast of Tabernacles offers a marvelous opportunity for salvation to those left alive at Christ's return, as well as their physical descendants during the Millennium."
"What is the fate of those who die with no real knowledge of Jesus Christ, the Son of God? What hope is there for the billions who have lived and died without knowledge of God's purpose? The Scriptures show that these are not cut off without hope. He will bring them back to life and give them their opportunity for eternal salvation!"
Parsley’s unique revelations will:
Satisfy their curiosity about the blood moons and other signs of the timesUnderstand biblical principles and prophetic realitiesUncover the deep mysteries of God’s intentions for celestial signs and the celebration of His commanded feastsDeepen understanding of the connection between the old and new covenantsChallenge readers to prepare themselves for what lies ahead in the end times and beyond
The feasts reveal God’s divine seven-thousand-year plan of salvation for mankind. Each feast is celebrated on the same day each year, to remind of a special time in the history of Israel. They reveal a record of atonement in the Old Testament and point to redemption in the New Testament.
The seven feasts paint a beautiful picture of God’s plan of salvation through Christ, His Son. They point to the soon return of our Savior, Jesus Christ, and the glorious future reign of the Messiah. Christians refer to Him as Jesus Christ, while messianic believers call Him Yeshua. Understanding the significance of the feasts encourages believers to share the good news of salvation with the lost. I pray you will be greatly blessed as you read Fulfilling the Feasts of Israel.
Laid out as a six-week study of seven annual feasts—seven holy appointments with God—The Lord’s Feasts can simply be read, but it can also be used as a guide for individual and group study. By offering interactive questions and providing space to answer them, Debbie Pyle leads readers to understand how the feasts are rooted in history and the life of Jesus.
Pinkston does not claim to be a prophet, but his forty years of experience in ministry and extensive research into biblical prophecies help him understand how current worldwide events are leading to the fulfillment of the words of the Old and New Testaments. With full scriptural support, each chapter explores in depth a prophecy of the Bible and the issues it raises.
The Bible, the Word of God, holds the answers to all questions about prophecy and the end time, and there is no greater question than “What should we do now?” To that, the Bible offers the only advice, “If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and will heal their land.” (II Chronicles 7:14)