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Kevin Howard is an ordained minister with unique insight into Jewish culture and the Hebrew language as a result of his involvement in the synagogue, the Jewish community, and his trips to Israel. He spent six years as an administrator and Bible teacher with The Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry, Inc, a world-wide missionary organization to the Jewish people.
Marvin Rosenthal was born and raised in a conservative Jewish home and then became a Christian as a teenage by following the godly example of his mother. He served in the pastorate for six years, before serving The Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry, Inc. as a director for sixteen years.
Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 1997
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Feasts of Jehovah: Foreshadows of Christ in the Calendar of IsraelJohn RitchieKregel Publications / 2005 / Trade Paperback$6.99 Retail:4 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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Isreal's feasts are infinitely more important than just a series of cultural observances. These feasts are appointed by the Lord, and they are owned by the Lord. He calls them "my feasts." Together they form God's prophetic calendar, outlining the work of history's most important person...Jesus, the Messiah. As such, few themes are more timely or rewarding for God's people today.
The Feasts of the Lord covers all aspects of the biblical feasts...historical background, biblical observance, and prophetic significance. Yet, this book is not just another reference book on the feasts. It is written from the Hebrew Christian viewpoint, helping you to see the feasts through Jewish eyes.
The words of the Savior, His messianic claims, and Bible prophecy will all take on a rich, new relevance for you against the exciting backdrop of The Feasts of the Lord.
disappointed1 Stars Out Of 5Bad TheologyNovember 20, 2017disappointedQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0I bought this book because I'm looking for a book to help teach my small group about the Biblical feasts. I couldn't make it past the first chapter because it was painfully obvious that the author holds to dispensationalism and replacement theology, which would totally negate the prophetic nature of the feasts which I was hoping to explore. It may have helpful explanations of the feasts, but considering I had scratched out and corrected several statements before leaving the first chapter, I wouldn't trust the rest of it.
Bob C5 Stars Out Of 5The Feasts of the LordAugust 31, 2015Bob CQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Acquired this book to join a study group looking at the Jewish Feasts and the impact and connections of those feasts to various Christian traditions and historical occurrences.
Excellent book for studying the above - well written, scripturally based, and very readable.
I have recommended this book to many folks. Even bought a Shofar to blow on appropriate dates!
RobertAge: 45-54Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5The Feasts of the LordDecember 1, 2014RobertAge: 45-54Gender: maleVery Informative.
kwsMidland, OntarioGender: Male5 Stars Out Of 5foundationalOctober 3, 2014kwsMidland, OntarioGender: MaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5written 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.
MackieBlue Ridge, GAAge: Over 65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Excellent resource for non-Jewish people.May 9, 2012MackieBlue Ridge, GAAge: Over 65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This book assisted my understanding of Numbers and Leviticus greatly.
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