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  • 1. HEBREW FEASTS: THE KEY AND CALENDAR THAT UNLOCKS ONE’S UNDERSTANDING OF THE SANCTUARY MESSAGE—PART TEN
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  • 4. THE HEBREW FEASTS
  • 5. In-depth Look: Feast Of Tabernacles
    • Feast of Tabernacles
    • Tishri 15
    • Seventh Month
    • Leviticus 23:33-36
    • Homegoing at Second Advent
    • Revelation 14:14-16
    SHADOW REAL
  • 6. Feast of Tabernacles Tishri 15 Seventh Month . Leviticus 23:33-36 Autumn Feasts
    • Trumpets
    • Tishri 1
    • Seventh Month
    • Leviticus 23:23-26
    • Day of Atonement
    • Tishri 10
    • Seventh Month
    • Leviticus 23:27-32
    • Second Advent Movement
    • Revelation 14:6,7
    • Pre-Advent Judgement
    • Dan 7:9,10;
    • Revelation 11:19; 14:7
    • Homegoing at Second Advent
    • Revelation 14:14-16
    REQUIREMENTS OF ISRAEL—THREE FALL FEASTS Exodus 23:14-16
  • 7. Feasts Of Tabernacles: Israel—Jerusalem—Temporary Booths
    • Nehemiah 8:13-17
  • 8. Chap. 49 - At the Feast of Tabernacles: DA, pp. 447-448
    • Three times a year the Jews were required to assemble at Jerusalem for religious purposes. Enshrouded in the pillar of cloud, Israel's invisible Leader had given the directions in regard to these gatherings. During the captivity of the Jews, they could not be observed; but when the people were restored to their own land, the observance of these memorials was once more begun. It was God's design that these anniversaries should call Him to the minds of the people. But with few exceptions, the priests and leaders of the nation had lost sight of this purpose. He who had ordained these national assemblies and understood their significance witnessed their perversion. …
  • 9.
    • … The Feast of Tabernacles was the closing gathering of the year. It was God's design that at this time the people should reflect on His goodness and mercy. The whole land had been under His guidance, receiving His blessing. Day and night His watchcare had continued. The sun and rain had caused the earth to produce her fruits. From the valleys and plains of Palestine the harvest had been gathered. The olive berries had been picked, and the precious oil stored in bottles. The palm had yielded her store. The purple clusters of the vine had been trodden in the wine press . The feast continued for seven days, and for its celebration the inhabitants of Palestine, with many from other lands, left their homes, and came to Jerusalem. From far and near the people came, bringing in their hands a token of rejoicing. Old and young, rich and poor, all brought some gift as a tribute of thanksgiving to Him who had crowned the year with His goodness, and made His paths drop fatness. …
  • 10.
    • … Everything that could please the eye, and give expression to the universal joy, was brought from the woods; the city bore the appearance of a beautiful forest. This feast was not only the harvest thanksgiving, but the memorial of God's protecting care over Israel in the wilderness. In commemoration of their tent life, the Israelites during the feast dwelt in booths or tabernacles of green boughs. These were erected in the streets, in the courts of the temple, or on the housetops. The hills and valleys surrounding Jerusalem were also dotted with these leafy dwellings, and seemed to be alive with people. With sacred song and thanksgiving the worshipers celebrated this occasion. A little before the feast was the Day of Atonement, when, after confession of their sins, the people were declared to be at peace with Heaven. Thus the way was prepared for the rejoicing of the feast….
  • 11.
    • … "O give thanks unto the Lord; for He is good: for His mercy endureth forever" (Psalm 106:1) rose triumphantly, while all kinds of music, mingled with shouts of hosanna, accompanied the united singing. The temple was the center of the universal joy. Here was the pomp of the sacrificial ceremonies. Here, ranged on either side of the white marble steps of the sacred building, the choir of Levites led the service of song. The multitude of worshipers, waving their branches of palm and myrtle, took up the strain, and echoed the chorus; and again the melody was caught up by voices near and afar off, till the encircling hills were vocal with praise. At night the temple and its court blazed with artificial light. The music, the waving of palm branches, the glad hosannas, the great concourse of people, over whom the light streamed from the hanging lamps, the array of the priests, and the majesty of the ceremonies, combined to make a scene that deeply impressed the beholders….
  • 12. … But the most impressive ceremony of the feast, one that called forth greatest rejoicing, was one commemorating an event in the wilderness sojourn. DA, pp. 447-448
  • 13. DO’S & DON’TS— FEAST OF TABERNACLES
    • Leviticus 23:40
    • Leviticus 23:27, 29
  • 14. What Is The Difference In Relationship—Day Of Atonement & Feast Of Tabernacles?
    • DAY OF ATONEMENT: AFFLICTION
    • FEAST OF TABERNACLES: CELEBRATION
    • DAY OF ATONEMENT: KNEELING LOW
    • FEAST OF TABERNACLES: STANDING TALL
    • DAY OF ATONEMENT: CONFESSION
    • FEAST OF TABERNACLES: JUBILIATION
    • DAY OF ATONEMENT: SINNERS
    • FEAST OF TABERNACLES: SAINTS
  • 15. Patriarchs & Prophets, p. 540
    • Fifty days from the offering of first fruits, came the Pentecost, called also the feast of harvest and the feast of weeks. As an expression of gratitude for the grain prepared as food, two loaves baked with leaven were presented before God. The Pentecost occupied but one day, which was devoted to religious service. In the seventh month came the Feast of Tabernacles, or of ingathering. This feast acknowledged God's bounty in the products of the orchard, the olive grove, and the vineyard. It was the crowning festal gathering of the year. The land had yielded its increase, the harvests had been gathered into the granaries, the fruits, the oil, and the wine had been stored, the first fruits had been reserved, and now the people came with their tributes of thanksgiving to God, who had thus richly blessed them. …
  • 16.
    … This feast was to be pre-eminently an occasion of rejoicing. It occurred just after the great Day of Atonement, when the assurance had been given that their iniquity should be remembered no more. At peace with God, they now came before Him to acknowledge His goodness and to praise Him for His mercy. The labors of the harvest being ended, and the toils of the new year not yet begun, the people were free from care, and could give themselves up to the sacred, joyous influences of the hour. Though only the fathers and sons were commanded to appear at the feasts, yet, so far as possible, all the household were to attend them, and to their hospitality the servants, the Levites, the stranger, and the poor were made welcome. Like the Passover, the Feast of Tabernacles was commemorative. In memory of their pilgrim life in the wilderness the people were now to leave their houses and dwell in booths, or arbors, formed from the green branches…
  • 17.
    • … “ of goodly trees, branches of palm trees, and the boughs of thick trees, and willows of the brook.” “Leviticus 23:40, 42, 43. The first day was a holy convocation, and to the seven days of the feast an eighth day was added, which was observed in like manner. {PP 540.5}
    • OFFERING—FIRST FRUITS: FEAST OF TABERNACLES
    • DID JESUS PRESENT THE OFFERING OF FIRST FRUITS AT HIS RESURRECTION?
    • DAY OF PENTECOST: Aaron’s Sons—ANOINTING OIL
    • Leviticus 8:30
  • 18. Psalms 133:1-3
    • DAY OF PENTECOST: DISCIPLES—HOLY SPIRIT
    • THREE THOUSAND SOULS
  • 19. Is There Going To Be Feast Of First Fruits Connected With The Tabernacle Feast?
    • Revelation 14:15-20
  • 20.
    • TWO GROUPS
    • HARVEST OF THE EARTH
    • 2. CLUSTERS OF VINE
  • 21.
    • Desire Of Ages, pp. 448-449
    • At the first dawn of day, the priests sounded a long, shrill blast upon their silver trumpets, and the answering trumpets, and the glad shouts of the people from their booths, echoing over hill and valley, welcomed the festal day. Then the priest dipped from the flowing waters of the Kedron a flagon of water, and, lifting it on high, while the trumpets were sounding, he ascended the broad steps of the temple, keeping time with the music with slow and measured tread, chanting meanwhile, "Our feet shall stand within thy gates, O Jerusalem." Psalm 122:2. He bore the flagon to the altar, which occupied a central position in the court of the priests. Here were two silver basins, with a priest standing at each one. The flagon of water was poured into one , and a flagon of wine into the other ; and the contents of both flowed into a pipe which communicated with the Kedron, and was conducted to the Dead Sea….
  • 22. … This display of the consecrated water represented the fountain that at the command of God had gushed from the rock to quench the thirst of the children of Israel.
    • John 7:2, 37-39
    • Revelation 22:1-2, 17
  • 23. Light: Feast Of Tabernacles—DA, p. 448
    • SHADOW
    • ARTIFICIAL LIGHT [NIGHT & DAY]
    • JERUSALEM: EARTH
    • SUN & MOON—NECESSARY
    • TEMPLE & COURT [ARTIFICIAL LIGHT]
    • DA, p. 448
    • REAL
    • AUTHENTIC LIGHT [NO NIGHT: REV 21: 23, 25
    • JERUSALEM: HEAVEN
    • SUN & MOON—NECESSARY
    • JESUS : COURT OF THE TEMPLE– JOHN 8:12
    • DA, p. 463
  • 24. Feast Of Tabernacles: Jes us —Passover [Lord’s Supper]
    • CELEBRATION & EXPERIENCE
    • FEASTS OF TABERNACLES— EXODUS [PHYSICAL & SPIRITUAL EGYPT]
    • DEATH & BURIAL— RED SEA [WATER BAPTISM]
    • FEASTS OF FIRST FRUITS— RESURRECTION NEWNESS OF LIFE
    • FEASTS OF PENTECOST— POWER MOUNT SINAI [HOLY SPIRIT]
    • FEASTS OF TABERNACLES— REJOICING & JUBILATION OF VICTORY OVER OUR ENEMIES
  • 25. Who will Endure The Second Coming Of Christ?
    • PARTICIPANTS: AT-ONE-MENT MINISTRY
    • Joel 2:1-11
    • Joel 3:1-3, 9-13
    • Revelation 14:17-20
  • 26.
    • REVELATION 20:9 [DESTRUCTION OF THE WICKED]
    • HEBREW FEASTS: HARVEST OF GRAPES PRIOR TO THE FEASTS OF TABERNACLES
    • HEBREW FEASTS: [MARRIAGE IN CANA] JESUS TURNS WATER INTO GRAPE WINE [BLOOD OF CHRIST—WOULD BE SPILLED]
  • 27. At Jesus’ Second Coming, Is He Coming To Save His People Through His Blood?
    • Revelation 19:11, 13
    • Isaiah 63:3
  • 28. Must God Deliver His People Before They Can Celebrate The Feast Of Tabernacles?
    • N:B : Between the Day of Atonement and the Feast of Tabernacles—Time of Trouble
    • The Wicked Gathered around God’s People
    • IS THAT THE GREAT TRIBULATION?
  • 29. Pre-advent & Post-advent Events Of Jesus’ Second Coming
    • PRE-ADVENT EVENTS
    • GOD’S PEOPLE:
    • AFFLICTION
    • PROSTRATION
    • CONFESSION
    • ANNIHILATION
    • PROBATION CLOSES—JESUS CHANGES HIS ROBE
    • PERSECUTION—TIME OF TROUBLE—GOD’S PEOPLE
  • 30.  
  • 31. Post-advent Events
    • JESUS—JUDGE RETURNS ON A WHITE HORSE
    • DESTRUCTION—WICKED
    • ASCENSION—SAINTS—HEAVEN
    • CELEBRATION & JUBILIATION—[BITTERNESS & SORRY TURNS INTO JOY] SAINTS
    • CAN YOU UNDERSTAND ANY OF THESE PASSAGES WITHOUT KNOWLEDGE OF THE HEBREW FEASTS AND THE SANCTUARY MESSAGE?
  • 32. Psalms Hymns Songs—Sung At The Feasts Of Tabernacles
    • PSALMS 46:1-11—SONG—FEAST OF TABERNACLES
    • EXODUS 15—SONG OF EXPERIENCE [SONG OF MOSES AND ISRAEL]
    • REVELATION 14:3
  • 33.
    • NUMBERS 29—SACRIFICES PRESENTED ON THE FEAST OF TABERACLES
    • LEVITICUS 23:42—SPRITIUAL ISRAEL SHALL DWELL IN BOOTHS—FEAST OF TABERNACLES
    • GALATIANS 3:29
    • ROMANS 2:28-29
  • 34. The Atonement & Laodecia Have Something In Common…? What Is It?
    • Revelation 3:14-19
  • 35. On The Day Of Atonement, Which People Were Required To Afflict Themselves?
    • WITHIN—ISRAEL—CHURCH…?
    • WITHOUT—EGYPT—WORLD…?
  • 36. Application—Feast Of Tabernacles
    • SYSTEMATIC STUDY: UNDERSTANDING—ANCIENT HEBREW ISRAELITE CUSTOMS
    • WEDDINGS & CUSTOMS OF BIBLICAL TIMES—FATHER OF THE GROOM CHOOSES HIS WIFE
    • BETROTHAL—ENGAGEMENT
    • HUSBAND—PREPARATION—DWELLING PLACE
    • HUSBAND—PREPARATION FOR THE WEDDING—THE BRIDE CLEANSES HERSELF [BOOK: ESTHER]
    • HUSBAND PLACES A MANTLE—WEDDING CEREMONY
    • BOTH [HUSBAND & WIFE TO-BE] GO TO THE PLACE OF RECEPTION
    • ANTIQUITY—FATHER GIVES HIS SON A CITY PROVINCE AS A WEDDING GIFT
  • 37. How Does This Apply To Christ?
    • Who chooses the Bride for Christ ?
    • Ephesians 1:4-6
    • Ephesians 5:25-27
    • 1 Peter 1:18-20
    • John 14:1-3
  • 38. What Is The Wedding?
    • Revelation 19:7-9
    • [JUSTIFICATION—RIGHT STANDING]
    • [SANCTIFICATION—RIGHT LIVING]
    • Revelation 21:2
    • Revelation 22:11
  • 39. Are We Going To Travel To The New Jerusalem For The Feast Of Tabernacles?
    • John 14:1-3
  • 40. Are We Going To Dwell In Temporary Tabernacles?
    • Hebrews 11:9, 10
  • 41. Will There Be First Fruits In The Feast Of Tabernacles?
    • Revelation 7:9-17
    • What are these which are arrayed in white robes? and whence came they ?...
    • Revelation 14:1-4
  • 42.
    • Revelation 15 [FIRST FRUITS IN HEAVEN]
    • Revelation 19:1-2, 4-8
  • 43. Will There Be Water Ceremony There?
    • Revelation 14:14-17 [WORK OF JUDGMENT]
  • 44. Water Ceremony—Day Of Atonement
    • Revelation 14:17-20 [GRAPES—DAY OF ATONEMENT]
  • 45. Will Water Be Present?
    • Revelation 22:17
  • 46. Ceremony—Lights & Lamps
    • Revelation 21:11, 23-25
    • Revelation 22:5
  • 47. Who’s Riding Those Horses?
    • Revelation 19:11, 14
  • 48. Year Of Jubilee: Leviticus 25
    • Isaiah 14:3-6
  • 49.  
  • 50. 1. War in Heaven Rev 12:7; Isa 14:12-14 Creation of Earth Genesis 1 Satan Cast Out Rev 12:8,9 2. Fall of Adam & Eve Genesis 3:1-8 3. Elements of plan of Salvation for Patriarchs 1. Testimony - Rom 2:13 2. Altar - Gen 12:8 3. Sacrifice - Gen 22:7 4. Priest - Job 1:5 2. Plan of Salvation Genesis 3:15 3. Elements of plan of Salvation for Israel 1. Testimony - Ex 31:18 2. Sanctuary - Ex 25:8 3. Sacrifice - Ex 29:38,39 4. Priest - Ex 40:13-15 Prophecies Concerning Christ Mt Sinai 5. Heavenly Ministry of Jesus - Reality 6. Judgment 7. Second Coming 3. Elements of plan of Salvation Today 1. Testimony - Rev 15:5; 11:19 2. Sanctuary - Heb 8:1,2 3. Sacrifice - Rev 5:11,12 4. Priest - Heb 7:24,25 Christ Ascends 3a. Earthly Ministry of Levi - Shadow Biblical World View He shall cause sacrifice and oblation to cease Daniel 9:27 Heaven 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 4. He Humbled Himself - Phil 2:5-8 3b. 70 Weeks Daniel 9:24-27 3c. 2300 Days Daniel 8:14 War