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The Water Ceremony in the Feast of Tabernacles

The Feast of Tabernacles is also known as the Feast of Booths and the Feast of Ingathering. In our last study on the Feast of Tabernacles, the last feast of the Hebrew religious calendar, we learned that there are two symbolic elements used in that feast which pointed forward to the New Jerusalem, the Holy City of God: water and light. The painting above depicts the famous water ceremony of… Continue reading

The Marriage Supper of the Lamb

We just completed our beautiful journey through the seven feasts of the ancient Hebrew sanctuary. Each feast represents an important milestone in God’s 7000-year Plan of Redemption. The last feast is the Feast of Tabernacles. The Feast of Tabernacles points forward to the Marriage Supper of the Lamb. The bride is God’s faithful remnant church. When Jesus comes back, His angels will gather up His elect from the four corners of… Continue reading

All These Are the Beginning of Sorrows

  This month has been a difficult one for hundreds of thousands of people. Hurricanes Irma and Maria in quick succession ravaged the Caribbean Islands and caused thousands to be evacuated from their homes in Florida. Thousands others lost their homes and possessions to the damages of wind and flooding. Altogether close to 50 people have died due this hurricane season. Even now Puerto Rico and many other Caribbean Islands… Continue reading

Christian Baby Food or Real Food?

Most Christians have studied the Bible in small dribbles over a lifetime. But our generation doesn’t have a lifetime to learn the basic doctrines of our faith. Last Sabbath at church someone questioned me about the wisdom of teaching on the Sanctuary, referring to my Messiah’s Calendar series. Their perspective is that this teaching is too advanced and people need simpler teachings. I pondered this for a while. God gave… Continue reading

7 Reasons to Witness for Jesus

My pastor preached this a few Sabbaths ago and I thought I’d share it with you. 7 Reasons to Witness for Jesus: Christ died for me while I was yet a sinner, an enemy of God He resurrected, therefore I’ll have eternal life The Holy Spirit will be given to me as I witness (my comment: the Lord doesn’t waste His Spirit on those who don’t yield themselves to be… Continue reading

Is there one Plan of Salvation for Jews and another one for Gentiles?

Question: Does God have one Plan of Salvation for the Jews and another one for the Gentiles? Some teachers of endtime prophecy seem to be teaching that God has one Plan of Salvation for the Jews and another one for the Gentiles. The Jewish levitical priesthood and all of the associated rites and sacrifices was abolished at the cross. What is known as the Mosaic Law was nailed to the… Continue reading

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