Join Pastor Tim Alsbaugh as he shares some of the major themes of the Fall feasts. He explains that the Feasts are a special moed that teach us each year not just what God HAS done, but what He continues to do.
He goes on to share on the significance of the Fall Feasts –stating the Rosh Hashanah specifically is a time of great awakening and will play a role in the final judgment, when we will give an account to our God.
“Come, and let us return to the Lord; For He has torn, but He will heal us; He has stricken, but He will bind us up. After two days He will revive us; On the third day He will raise us up, That we may live in His sight. Let us know, Let us pursue the knowledge of the Lord. His going forth is established as the morning; He will come to us like the rain, Like the latter and former rain to the earth.” –Hosea 6: 1-3
Tim continues by covering multiple themes on the three Fall feasts Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot
Rosh Hashanah: Teshuvah, Head of the year, Yom Teruah –Awakening Blast, Day of Judgment, Coronation of Messiah, Yom HaZikkaron –Day of Remembrance, Day of Jacobs Trouble, Opening Gates, Last trump, The Hidden day.
Yom Kippur: Day of atonement, Closing the gates, The veil is removed, Day of atonement
Sukkot: Israel in the wilderness, God’s miracle. God’s instruction on building tabernacle,
God’s desire to dwell with his people.
- Yeshua made a promise to return and these feasts are a prelude to His final return.
- It is to bring us to a place that we can spend face to face with Messiah.
- You know that God is a God of the living.