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Seven Feasts of the Lord

Seven Feasts of the Lord

If you are a believer in the Messiah, then we are instructed to keep His Commandments if we love him. 1 John 5:2-3 says,

“By this we know that we love the children of God, when we love God and keep His commandments. For this is the love of God, that we keep His commandments. And His commandments are not burdensome.”

When we love someone, doing the things that please them is a breeze. And the calendar of God is just one of those things that He asked us to do so we would always be in perfect sync with Him, especially with the understanding of the first and second coming of His Son to this earth. During His time on earth, every city had a Torah Teacher aka rabbi, (Acts 15:21) and James, the brother of Yeshua (which is the Hebrew name of our Messiah, meaning “salvation.”) instructed the believers to seek them out and do what they taught. Throughout the scriptures we are admonished to ‘hear and obey’. When we hear and obey it shows that we love God with all our soul, heart, and strength. How do we do that? One way is to keep HIS Feast Days, HIS Sabbath, HIS convocations. These Feast Days of the LORD are found in Leviticus 23 and when we read those scriptures, we see that these Feast Days are not just for the Jewish people – they are for all believers of the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob and are HIS.

Learn more about the Spring Feasts here: SPRING FEASTS OF THE LORD

Learn more about the Fall Feasts here: FALL FEASTS OF THE LORD

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Jim Staley

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Jim’s life’s desire is to help believers everywhere draw closer to the Father by understanding the truth of the scriptures from their original cultural context (a Hebraic perspective) and to apply them in faith for today.

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Jim’s life’s desire is to help believers everywhere draw closer to the Father by understanding the truth of the scriptures from their original cultural context (a Hebraic perspective) and to apply them in faith for today.

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