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Note that it is now "loaves," not loose stalks of grain. The "loaves" represent the homogeneousness of the Church. The Feast of Pentecost had its fulfilment on the Day of Pentecost, when the disciples of the Lord were baptized into one body by,the Holy Spirit. Between the Feast of Pentecost and the Feast of Trumpets there was an interval of four months during which the Harvest and Vintage were gathered in. There was no convocation of the people during those busy months.

This long "Interval" typifies the "Present Dispensation" in which the Holy Spirit is gathering out the elect of the Church, and during which Israel is scattered among the Nations. When the Present Dispensation has run its course, and the "Fulness of the Gentiles" has been gathered in Rom. The Feast of Trumpets, which was observed on the first day of the Seventh month, ushered in the second series of the "set feasts.

It was followed by the "Day of Atonement" on the 10th day of the month, and by the "Feast of Tabernacles" which began on the 15th day of the month, a Sabbath day, and ended on the 22d day of the month, which was also a Sabbath day. It was ushered in with the blowing of Trumpets. During the Wilderness Wandering two silver Trumpets, made of the atonement money of the people, were blown for the "calling of the Assembly," and for the "journeyings of the Camps. The fact that the Feast of Trumpets comes immediately at the close of the "Interval" between the two series of "set feasts" is not without significance.

As we have seen the "Interval" represents this "Dispensation of Grace," and we know that two things are to happen at the close of this Dispensation. First the Church is to be caught out, and secondly Israel is to be gathered back to their own land. This "last trump" is not the last of the "Seven Trumpets" that sound in the Book of Revelation, for it does not sound until the "Middle of the Week," while the Church is caught out "before" the beginning of the "Week.

Then we read in Matt.

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This has led some to believe that as Jesus was crucified at the time of the Passover, and the Holy Spirit was given at Pentecost, that when He comes back the "Rapture" will take place at the Feast of Tabernacles, and the "Revelation" seven years later at the time of the same Feast. Time alone will reveal the correctness of this view.

The "Day of Atonement" was Israel's annual cleansing from sin. For a full account of the day and its services read Lev. Its typical meaning was fulfilled in Christ.

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But the fact that the "Day of Atonement" is placed between the "Feast of Trumpets," which we have seen will have its typical fulfillment at the Second Coming of Christ, and the "Feast of Tabernacles," which is a type of Israel's "Millennial Rest," implies that it has some typical significance between those two events. It must therefore refer to the time when a "Fountain will be opened to the. That is, there will be a National "Day of Atonement" for Israel after they have been gathered back to their own land unconverted, and shall repent and turn to God.

This was the last of the Seven Set Feasts. It was a "Harvest Home" celebration to be observed at the end of the harvest, and was to continue seven days. The people during the Feast were to dwell in booths arbors made of the branches of palm trees and willows from the brook, which would remind them of the palm trees of Elim, and the "Willows" of Babylon. The Antitype of this Feast has not as yet appeared though Peter anticipated it, when on the Mt. What Peter desired, the dwelling of heavenly with earthly people on the earth, was not possible then, but will come to pass in Millennial Days, when Heaven and Earth shall be in closer union.

What the "Seventh Day," or Sabbath, is to the week, a day of rest; so the "Seventh Month" to the Other six months of the "Seven Months Cycle," typifies a period of rest-the.

Like the Lord's Supper is to us, a "Memorial" pointing back to the "Cross" and forward to the "Coming," so the "Feast of Tabernacles" will be a "Memorial" to Israel, pointing back to Egypt and forward to Millennial Rest. While the Feast of Tabernacles began on the Sabbath and continued seven days, it was to be followed by a Sabbath. Prior Section. Return to Index. Next Section. Since the text and audio content provided by BLB represent a range of evangelical traditions, all of the ideas and principles conveyed in the resource materials are not necessarily affirmed, in total, by this ministry.

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  8. Daily Bible Reading Plans x. The feast begins with a collection of palm and willow branches to be used as a symbol of rejoicing before the LORD Lev All of Israel would camp out in tents for the entire week , offering all types of sacrifices as burnt offerings to the LORD Lev The prescription in Deuteronomy extends participation in the festival not only to male Israelite citizens but also to priests, orphans, widows, immigrants, and both male and female children and slaves Deut.

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    The Prophet Zechariah references the Feast of Booths eschatologically, metaphorically describing a time where all nations would come into covenant with the LORD or be wiped out Zech In Ezra, the scribe notes that the celebration was held during the Second Temple period Ezra In the New Testament, the Gospel of John implies that the disciples participated in the Feast of Booths while stating that Jesus did not, stating His time had not come John However, during the Feast of Booths, Jesus secretly went to the Temple and was teaching John The Feast of Booths lasted seven days.

    On the eighth day, a separate but related holiday was celebrated, the Day of Assembly Azaret. In Chronicles, this is the day on which the altar was to be dedicated 2 Chr Ezekiel may have this day in mind when he says it will be the day that the LORD accepts the restoration of offerings in the eschatological temple Ezek The Feast of Dedication celebrates the re dedication of the temple and of its altar, and was instituted in approximately BCE following the Seleucid Greek desolation of the temple as described apocalyptically in Daniel 9. It was originally instituted to restore the second temple to its original purpose following Antiochus IV Epiphanes sacrificing a pig to Zeus in the temple in approximately BCE.

    Although Chronicles has a similar account of the dedication of the altar on the Day of Assembly Azaret after the Feast of Booths Sukkoth , this was a separate occurrence 2 Chr Thank you for the information on these feasts. I was wondering if this was really true in Old and New Testament Hebrew culture. That this done was every year is very interesting. Again, thank you for this article. Shalom Jeremiah K. I enjoyed your letters about the Hebrew Festivals which we Messianic Jews still keep, as our Messiah did also!

    I am grateful also for my tallit which Elohim told Yeshua and all the sons of Israel, to tie a blue cord onto each corner and wear it in service to Elohim-God! The tallit is to remember the Law of God! I want to say shalom to you Jeremiah I love you also for reminding the Gentiles that the original Jewish festivals including Hanukkah are the true ones. I and other Jews first born only! For the Maccabees who stopped the Greeks slaughtering pigs on the alter, in the temple were Jewish people worshipped the only true God the God of Israel…Jeremiah we Jews love it when we here you Gentiles telling others about the true gospels, like treating replacement theologies today!

    Shalom Howard Shergold. Each of the main feasts described are a natural feast that points to the spiritual feasts of God. The Spiritual feasts are 3 separate experiences in the life of a believer of God. Salvation, Baptism of the Holy Spirit and Resurrection from the dead. Passover, Pentecost and Tabernacles….

    Thank you for the article. I assume this was unintended. You may want to edit this. Thank you so muchy for this clarification on the issue of the three feast,I have been helped a lot through my studies with this information. With lots of love from Mercy. Brother s Sisters, all us alike sure supposed be observing these feasts and annual sabbaths or holidays If you are new Israel or spiritual Jews!!!! Is it not possible that the Passover was Thursday when Jesus ate with His disciples and that Day of Preparation referred to the day before the Sabbath and not necessarily the Passover?

    Maybe John had it accurately pinned and the Synoptics mention a generalization?