040 – Messiah’s Calendar Part 2

Jesus’ Movement through the Sanctuary

The Plan of Redemption is unfolding on time according to key prophecies. Jesus’ movement through the sanctuary marks the big phases of God’s Plan of Redemption.

Today’s program is Part 2 of Messiah’s Calendar, a study of the “mystery of God” contained in the ancient Hebrew Sanctuary and the Jewish religious calendar. Today we’ll be looking at three important aspects of the Sanctuary: 1) We’ll address the question of whether we still need to keep the Sabbath. In our last program 039 – Messiah’s Calendar Part 1 we said that we don’t need to keep the feasts, but do we need to keep the Sabbath? We’re going to tackle that question first. 2) We’re going to consider the importance of time in the unfolding of the Plan of Redemption. I’ll be providing the biblical evidence for the calendar aspects of the Plan of Redemption to demonstrate that God always moves on time. God’s plan is unfolding according to the prophecies given in Genesis 3:15 and Daniel 8:13-14. His … Continue reading

039 – Messiah’s Calendar Part 1

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The ancient Jewish sanctuary and the Jewish feasts are patterned after God’s Plan of Salvation for Jews and Gentiles. They contain the secret code for endtime prophecy.

The Jewish Feasts

Introduction

Today’s study – Part 1 of Messiah’s Calendar – is based on the sanctuary and on the Hebrew religious calendar. I’ve shared with you before that the study of the ancient sanctuary is one of the teachings that has most increased my faith. Every aspect of the sanctuary points to a beautiful, precious truth about God’s Plan of Salvation for mankind. Every ritual and every sacrifice points not to bulls and goats, which cannot atone for sin, but points to Jesus: the pre-ordained Messiah of both Jews and Gentiles.

The Bible says in Psalms 77:13: “Your way O Lord is in the sanctuary: who is so great a God as our God?” Who said that He was “the way, the truth and the life”? Jesus the Messiah of course. In math, if a = b and b = c, then a = … Continue reading