Religion & Spirituality:Christianity
Rosh HaShana - Part 2 - The Shadow of Messiah
SPECIAL PODCAST SERIES
The Fall Feasts of the Lord
Once again we return to Jesus' words in John 5:39 ...
"You search the Scriptures because you think that in them you have eternal life; it is these that testify about Me." (Joh 5:39)
How do we "see" Jesus in Rosh HaShana? This feast of the Lord is in the Torah, the main books of the Bible in Jesus' day when He said the words found John 5:39. It is not how the Jewish people celebrate this feast. NO!! It is how the word testifies of the Messiah, Jesus the Christ. How does the Shofar sound of this feast show us Yeshua?
The word of God is clear, crystal. These are not the Jewish feasts. God says they are not but He says ...
The LORD spoke again to Moses, saying, "Speak to the sons of Israel and say to them, 'The LORD'S appointed times which you shall proclaim as holy convocations--My appointed times are these:
Today the church does not celebrate one of God's "feasts." One can see why. Our pastors and leaders are not trained in Hebrew, Greek, or the Bible in its historical context. The "church" has always looked upon the feasts as Jewish and that Jesus did away with the law. So, we do not see a reason to do Jewish feasts. But they are not Jewish feasts. They are the Lord's. Perhaps, if we "see" how they relate to Jesus, a church may consider a service on the evening or day of Rosh HaShana. The service might entail songs of praise and thanksgiving and perhaps a community meal or pizza party. Once you see the Christian meaning of all this then a church could once again say to our Father, "Abba, we come today to join with you on YOUR 'appointed time' and seek Your face and Your love on Your Feast that we have turned from in our lack of understanding.
In parts one and two and three of this series we will focus on Rosh HaShana. We will find that the rabbis made up the name, Rosh HaShana, and said the feasts was a celebration of the New Year. No way - not in its historical context. Once we get the rabbinic midrash out of the way the meaning of this feast, called the Day of the Blast in Torah, becomes clear and powerful and then we can see Jesus, we can see the Messiah. It then is a challenge for the "church" to understand Yom Teruah, Rosh HaShana, and to consider a praise service to honor the Lord and meet with Him on His "appointed time," and time and day He wants us to get together.
Rev. Ferret - who is this guy? What's his background? Why should I listen to him? Check his background at this link - https://www.dropbox.com/s/ortnret3oxcicu4/BackgrndTeacher%20mar%2025%202020.pdf?dl=0
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