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Why Are The Lord's Feasts So Important?

So what is the point we are to understand concerning the feasts of the Lord in the Bible?  What is their relevance to His people today?  What are we to make of all these lifelong commands to His covenant people in the Torah?  What's up with all that?

For one, as many of us have discovered, our God, unlike all the other gods, is Someone who can be known by those who diligently seek Him. The Holy One of Israel, Yeshua our resurrected Lord, is not one to leave us groping around in spiritual darkness, bound in the chains of a silly existential Buddhist style, or mystical, gnostic religious contemplation or has us looking to pagan objects or rituals.  Yeshua Adonai also; does not leave us in the vagueness of religious, or spiritual darkness and Greek and/or Augustinian interpretations of scripture that are so watered down with fluff that a real student of Holy Scripture could never take seriously.  True Messianic insight is what the Bereans were commended for in the Bible because they diligently studied God's Word.  When they studied God's Word the Holy Spirit revealed to them the real meaning He wanted them to have.  He does the same for us today and it's not that difficult.

The neglect of the proper grammatical historical Berean method of interpretation of God's Word led God's people off into the Dark Ages and into those medieval forests haunted by witches, hobgoblins, and fairies.  They were led there by fake ministers of the Gospel who brought them into religious and spiritual bondage with an unscriptural, off centered, and satanic message outside the original meaning of Torah.   Holy means to 'be set apart'.  However, these fakes combined their pagan idolatry with what they supposedly thought to be Yeshua's message and they blew it.  If they truly knew the Torah, and the principles of God's law they would have seen their error very easily.  The result was that they profaned God's Word that led to their apostasy.  We see this happening today at this crucial hour in our World.

The Light of Israel is shining among the heathen today and will always shine through Israel's Messiah. Yeshua is that light of Israel, the Living Torah, and He is calling out to the whole World.  Our creator, the God of Israel, as always, is up front with those who truly seek Him. It's not hard as many would have you think to approach Him.  He is easy to deal with. His yoke is easy and His burden light.  His words are "yea, yes",  and "Amen,so be it!" 

These Seven Feasts of Israel are seven waypoints on a spiritual map.  These are special days when Old Covenant and New Covenant issues come to a head. They are also a road map and a chart for pilgrims on their way home. The Feasts of the Lord are seven waypoints in YHVH-God's cosmic agenda for the redemption, the Holy Spirit equipping, and the eventual perfection and glorification of all His covenant people at the climax of the age.  His "ekklesia",  His called out Congregation, are to become a single redeemed reunited undivided restored Elect.

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