written in 1987 but current to today's knowledge that the feasts are called "The Lords Feasts". The feasts were to be celebrated as God's moeds, (appointed times), as God's Holy Convocations (rehersals ....of God' s plan of salvation for mankind), which much of the Church body are just coming to recognize as well as many of our Jewish Brethern. Probably one of the most unknown fact is that the Raptue of the Redeemed will happen on one of two days set aside forThe Feast of Rosh Hashanha, (the feast of the blowing of the Trumpets) which was alluded by the phrase of our Lord Jesus Christ when He said, "no one knows the day or the hour except the Father" which is a reference to this fall feast, an obligatory celebration for all Jewish people. This book is current today by explaining the meaning as historically celebrated and understood today by the Jews and then continues to explain the Feasts from God's perspective, for His plan for Redemption of fallen man.
Mr. Rosenthal is one of my favorites. Through him, Zola Levitt, and other Hebrew Christian authors/teachers I have found my roots in my faith! I had bought this book in the late 90's and was it was through this book I began to learn about The Feasts and and Messianic fulfillment. If you are SERIOUS about your faith and want to grow deeper in your relationship with Our LORD this book is a great start. Shalom.