Davi B. Curtis | The Feasts of the Lord, Part 1

COVENANTAL LANGUAGE

THE FEASTS of THE LORD

The Feasts of the Lord

Old Covenant Israel’s holidays were prescribed by God…there were seven of them. These seven holidays are discussed throughout the Bible, in both the Old and New Testaments. But only in Leviticus 23 are all seven holidays listed in chronological sequence. These seven holidays are called, the Feasts of the Lord.

 

The first four feasts were a prophetic foreshadowing of the first coming of our Lord Jesus Christ while the last three was a prophetic foreshadowing of the second coming of Christ, but the question remains, “was all seven fulfilled or are we still waiting on the last three?”. Study to show yourself approved…be a Berean

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1  The Feasts of the Lord (Part 1)  Leviticus 23            08/03/03 – 276A Text / Real Player
2  The Feasts of the Lord (Part 2)  Leviticus 23            08/17/03 – 277A Text / Real Player
3  The Feasts of the Lord (Part 3)  Leviticus 23            08/24/03 – 277B Text / Real Player
4  The Feasts of the Lord (Part 4)  Leviticus 23            09/07/03 – 278A Text / Real Player
5  The Feasts of the Lord (Part 5)  Leviticus 23            09/14/03 – 278B Text / Real Player
6  The Shadow of First Fruits         Leviticus 23:10-11 04/11/04 – 292B Text / Real Player
7  Passover: Types and Anti-type  Exodus 12             03/27/05 – 315b Text / Real Player

 


The Feasts of the Lord,
Part 1

Leviticus 23

As Americans, when we think of holidays, we think of a time away from work when we can do what we enjoy. We observe quite a few holidays; we celebrate everything from Christmas to St. Patrick’s Day. But Old Covenant Israel’s holidays were prescribed by God. There were seven of them. These seven holidays are discussed throughout the Bible, in both the Old and New Testaments. But only in Leviticus 23 are all seven holidays listed in chronological sequence. These seven holidays are called, the Feasts of the Lord. Continue reading