Scriptural References For God’s Feasts And Festivals In The New Testament

Scriptural References For God’s Feasts And Festivals In The New Testament

The feasts and festivals can be hard to witness to believers about.  It makes it significantly more applicable when their observance can be found in...
The feasts and festivals can be hard to witness to believers about.  It makes it significantly more applicable when their observance can be found in the New Testament.  Here are scripture references for each feast : Info gathered from ucg.org Passover Commanded in the Old Testament: Leviticus 23:5 Observed by Jesus Christ, the apostles or the Church in the New Testament: Matthew 26:2-19; Mark 14:12-16; Luke 2:41-42; Luke 22:1-20; John 2:13-23; John 6:4; John 13:1-30; 1 Corinthians 11:23-29 Feast of Unleavened Bread Commanded in the Old Testament: Leviticus 23:6-8 Observed by Jesus Christ, the apostles or the Church in the New...
Brandie Neeleman Sees Angels In The Hospital While Interceding For Her Dying Sister – A Remarkable Testimony Of Hearing God’s Voice

Brandie Neeleman Sees Angels In The Hospital While Interceding For Her Dying Sister – A Remarkable Testimony Of Hearing God’s Voice

Brandie Neeleman On 3/30/11 My sister Ashley had what was supposed to be a routine scheduled c-section. That morning the hospital called early stating they...
Brandie Neeleman On 3/30/11 My sister Ashley had what was supposed to be a routine scheduled c-section. That morning the hospital called early stating they had a cancellation, and they wanted her to come in that very moment for the surgery. I was already at mom's house preparing for the day when she showed up to drop her young son off with us and go. She expressed she felt like she was being rushed and had uneasy feelings. We did our best to encourage her. Mom and I were praying for her, as she and her fiance made their way...
Michael Johnston On The Biblical Feast Days & The Return Of Jesus-Tony Koretz

Michael Johnston On The Biblical Feast Days & The Return Of Jesus-Tony Koretz

Tony Koretz Michael Johnston – Biblical Feast Days & The Return Of Jesus In Episode 078 of the A Minute To Midnite Show, Michael Johnston joins...
Tony Koretz Michael Johnston – Biblical Feast Days & The Return Of Jesus In Episode 078 of the A Minute To Midnite Show, Michael Johnston joins the host Tony in an interesting discussion on the seven Biblical feast days. In the first half of the show Michael tells the listeners why he believes that the feasts are still very relevant to us today. He then expounds on how truly amazing it is that Jesus fulfilled the first four feasts to the very day. He then explains how that following the same pattern, he believes that the Lord will fulfill the final...
Sound The Trumpets ! The Celebration Of The Feast of Trumpets- October 2016

Sound The Trumpets ! The Celebration Of The Feast of Trumpets- October 2016

Sunday October 2nd, marks the beginning of the feast of trumpets for 2016. So many millions of believers in Jesus Christ are starting to observe...
Sunday October 2nd, marks the beginning of the feast of trumpets for 2016. So many millions of believers in Jesus Christ are starting to observe the feasts and festivals because they have remarkable prophetic significance. On this holiday of Trumpets, shofars are blown to announce the holiday of Rosh Hashanah. Biblical Christians refer to it as the Feast of Trumpets. Moses declared and prophesied that it would become a "memorial of blowing of trumpets" (Lev. 23:24,25) 'Rosh Hashanah' means 'head of the year'. The Feast of Trumpets is the first of the three, yet to be fulfilled, Fall Feasts of...

Why We Celebrate The Biblical Holidays

Passover 2012 The appointed festivals in Leviticus are like dress rehearsals for the most important events in all of history. The one thing (amongst so...
Passover 2012 The appointed festivals in Leviticus are like dress rehearsals for the most important events in all of history. The one thing (amongst so many others) that distinguishes the bible from so many other religious texts, is the fact that the authors of the books were able to foretell events in the future before they happened. This is called prophecy. There are 2000 pieces of prophecy in the bible, 300 of them talk about the messiah, whom I identify being Yeshua (His hebrew name) or Jesus. Think of the appointed festivals in Leviticus 23 as DRESS REHEARSALS. We are...