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The Feasts of the LORD






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The Feasts of the Lord are the "mow'ed" which are the divine appointments of God with man. There were three times in a year that the males of Israel were to appear before the LORD God. They were 1) The Feast of Unleavened Bread 2) The Feast of Weeks 3) The Feast of Tabernacles. (Deuteronomy 16:16,17). During these three seasons, there were seven feasts of the Lord. These are not the Feasts of Israel, but the Feasts of the LORD. The Feasts of the Lord give us insight into the man Christ Jesus, before and after resurrection. All of these Feasts were observed with sacrifice and offerings teaching us that it because of the shed blood of the perfect spotless Lamb of God that we as the church have covenant with God, feasting with Him. These Feasts of the LORD give us knowledge into the work of God: past, present, and future. The last day outpouring in Tabernacles will be greater than Pentecost; for the latter rain will be greater than the former.


Unleavened Bread



1. Feast of Passover

4. Feast of Weeks

5. Feast of Trumpets

2. Feast of Unleavened Bread  

(the 50th day from Firstfruits)   

6. Day of Atonement

3. Feast of Firstfruits


7. Feast of Tabernacles




Spring Rains


Early and Latter Rains

Barley Harvest

Wheat and Corn Harvest

Fruit Harvest Oil & Wine Harvest




1. Death

4. Holy Ghost Outpoured

(Spirit of Jesus Outpoured)

5. Ministry Voice of Jesus


Elijah & Moses=Cherubim (mature church given judgment) Son of man revealed


2. Burial

6. Perfection of Church


(body has come to the measure of Jesus Christ) 


3. Resurrection       

7. Ingathering of Souls


The Second Coming of  Jesus  Christ, the physical appearing of Jesus on the Mount of Olives (and so shall we ever be with the Lord) 


Each of these Feasts depict the true Messiah or Christ. "Purge out therefore the old leaven, that ye may be a new lump, as ye are unleavened. For even Christ our passover is sacrificed for us." (1 Corinthians 5:7). The bread of Passover is made with unleavened bread speaking of the Lamb of God as the pure and holy sacrifice for sin. The law was weak in the flesh, therefore Messiah will come in the likeness of sinful flesh and for sin, and condemn sin in the flesh. "Forasmuch then as the children are partakers of flesh and blood, he also himself likewise took part of the same; that through death he might destroy him that had the power of death, that is, the devil." (Hebrews 2:14). 


When the wave sheaf of unleaven in the Feast of Unleavened Bread is compared with the wave sheaves baken with leaven in the Feast of Pentecost, we see that the sheaf and sheaves were of the same wheat and barley harvest, the difference being the sheaf was unleavened while the sheaves were baked with leaven. (Leviticus 23). Leaven speaks of sin. Therefore, even though Jesus will be a human being with spirit, soul, and body just like us with the Spirit residing permanently in him, he will live an overcoming life not having sinned nor committing iniquity. Jesus is the perfect spotless Lamb of God. He is holy, harmless, undefiled, separate from sinners as represented by the absence of leaven. However, in Pentecost, the sheaves are made with leaven, teaching us that even though the church of Jesus Christ as his body partakes of His divine nature having His Spirit, we as believers all have sinned and come short of the glory of God being adopted into the body of Christ by the washing and regeneration of the Holy Ghost. 


Jesus Christ was tempted in all points like as we are, yet without sin. He overcome Satan, the world, and his flesh showing us the way, the truth, and the life. As He overcame, we also are to overcome in order to inherit all things. (Revelation 21:7). The Spirit of Jesus Christ came to us in Pentecost, the body of Christ in blood covenant with Jesus as Pentecostals. Even though we may occasionally sin still being tempted of Satan in our flesh, sin does not have dominion over us. The sheaves of Pentecost were baked with leaven since all have known sin, even with the infilling of the Holy Ghost, we have all been forgiven our sins by the forbearance of God through grace by faith for Christ's sake. Being justified freely by the precious blood of Jesus Christ, we then enter into a process of sanctification of our spirit, soul, and body through the Spirit, walking in the newness of life by the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus. We have been in the season of Pentecost for almost 2,000 years in our pilgrim journey as the church, Jesus' body, being empowered to overcome the world, the devil, and the flesh as He did in the days of his flesh.


We are now to come to perfection coming to the measure of the fullness of the stature of Jesus Christ as "Tabernaclists". This is the last and final season of the Lord Jesus to bring the knowledge of the glory of the Lord all over the whole earth. Referred to by many as the latter rain, this glory or God will be the consummation of the work of God which will overflow in righteousness. Just as Jesus Christ come in the flesh as a human being, died and rose again, then sent His Spirit back to us in Pentecost, Jesus will also come in the last final Feast of Tabernacles as the Son of man being glorified in and through His blody, the church. The Son of man is the office of judgment, for judgment will be given to the church as the saints of the Most High God. This coming of Jesus will prepare the greatest harvest of souls the world has ever experienced. This is Jesus Christ as the Spirit of God that will come to the church in Tabernacles with the greatest infilling of souls that has ever been. The church will be referred to as "Tabernaclists" since she as the bride of Christ will have come into greater glory in this last season of the Lord. "Ask ye of the LORD rain in the time of the latter rain; so the LORD shall make bright clouds, and give them showers to rain, to every one grass in the field." (Zechariah 10:1). We are preparing for the coming of the great Day of God. "Jesus getting us ready for the great day."






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