Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur and the Feasts of Tabernacles are not just Jewish holidays, says a new video series by a Christian teacher of Hebraic roots.
They are called "Feasts of the Lord" in the Bible and have special meaning and significance for all believers in the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. They were commemorated by Jesus and His apostles – and continued to be observed by Jesus' followers in the first century even after His death and Resurrection.
Not only did Jesus Himself create all these holidays, He observed every single one of them during His earthly ministry, and will keep them after His glorious return.
series on the biblical feasts as outlined in Leviticus by Moses. The spring and fall feasts, Biltz says, were not intended only for the children of Israel – and they have special meaning with respect to the life, death, resurrection and return of Jesus.
There's still time to learn these important lessons before the fall feasts are past.