The Relevance Of The Holy Days In The Plan Of God In The Last Days

There are two vital principles we should keep in mind when studying the word of God. The first one is, “The Bible interprets itself.” I learned this in my first year of Bible college in a class taught by the chairman of the department of theology. It has been a reliable and valuable companion ever since. The second principle comes from Matthew Henry in his notable, and meticulous Bible Commentary from the early 1700s. “None of God's judgements are adjourned sine die- without the appointment of a certain day.” That is, those days are established beyond doubt. And they are not hidden. They are in plain sight in the pages of our Bibles. All major events in the Biblical record are there for a specific reason and purpose. They are not haphazard times and days scattered throughout the pages of the Biblical record with no relevancy to each other in the plan of God. Upon close examination, we discover how perfectly our LORD has fitted them together. So much so in fact, it leaves one totally gobsmacked.

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The Elephant Has Been Hijacked? The Hijacked Elephant

Every major theological event in Christianity found in the New Testament is the fulfillment of the archetypical high holy days found in the Old Testament.

This is the first statement in the beginning of the book. Now, having finished reading the book, its authenticity should ring clear and true.

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Time To Wake Up? You Bet Your Life!

We have stated many times on this site that we don’t set dates. No man can guarantee us of the day and hour when this world of ours will end. We can be certain, though, when referring to the return of Christ, it will be in accord with the events of the prophecies of Revelation, Old Testament prophets and the annual holy days as they relate to the plan of God. We can know the season of his return through the prophecies, our history as the House of Israel, and the Biblical record’s end time events, as they unfold around us daily. In answering the apostles about his return, Christ said, “Now learn a parable of the fig tree; when his branch is yet tender, and puts forth leaves, you know that summer is nigh: so likewise you, when you shall see all these things, know that it is near, at the door.” [Mat 24:32, 33]. Knock, knock.


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