Does the Bible command us Christians to observe the Biblical feasts? How were these holy days observed in the time of Jesus? What of their modern interpretation is actually biblical?
The season of the High Holidays is close upon us. In one week's time Rosh Hashanah will begin. This is a short introductory video that will lay the foundations and parameters of our discussion on the feasts this year.
The High Holidays, otherwise known as the Days of Awe, are technically only Rosh Hashanah (Feast of Trumpets) and Yom Kippur (The Day of Atonement). However due to the proximity of Succoth (The Feast of Booths), one of the three occasions of pilgrimage to Jerusalem, in Israel they are often lumped together. This year we will be looking at all three of these feasts, not examining the customs or the modern expressions of the feasts, but rather the divine principle God wants to teach us through these holidays.
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