Thursday, September 3, 2015

Christian Fall Feast Days are End Time Preparations


The biblical fall feasts have not been fulfilled yet and will be fulfilled when Yahshua (Jesus), our High Priest returns.  These feast days are celebrated as ‘dress rehearsals’ for the end times.  Yahweh wants his children to be safe and prepared.  The feast days begin at sundown and follow Yahweh's Solar Calendar.  The Feast Days start at sundown. 

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2015 Fall Feast Days

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About the Feast Day
Feast of Trumpets
Month 7, day 1 (Ethanim)
Sept 19th
Historically:  They assembled together and blew their trumpets.  They made offerings for their sin.  They also made a food offering to Yahweh.
Today we are to celebrate and remember that the last trump warns us that Yahshua's (Jesus’) second coming and the Day of Judgment is near.  We should assembly and have a meal together.  We should thank Yahweh for our food.   We should do no ordinary work on this day.  Many believe that Yahshua (Jesus) was born during the Feast of Trumpets on September 11, 3BC.  This is a rehearsal for the end times.  Blow a trumpet or horn as a reminder.  We are to be sober and aware.
Prophecy:  When we do hear the last trump which is a loud sound that will be heard around the world, we must prepared for the Day of Judgment.  The trump may sound like thunder.  If you live in a city, you must prepare to leave and go to a safe place.  The trump or loud sound is your warning that you must have totally repented of your sins and you should go to a safe place.  The last trump is when the dead in Christ will be risen.  The dead in Christ will regain their glory.
Day of Atonement
Month 7, day 10 (Ethanim)
Sept 28th
Historically:  A yearly assembly to make atonement for their sin.  They afflicted themselves, meaning fasted. The Levite Priest was to bath with water to cleanse themselves.  They let Azazel the scapegoat astray since this would be a reminder that Azazel would continue to be let astray until the Judgment day.  Azazel was released just like Cain was released into the wilderness after he murdered his brother Abel.  The High Priest offered the other goat to Yahweh as a sin offering for the whole nation of Israel.  See all of Lev chapter 16 for process.
Today we must fast and sacrifice our sin in preparation for the Day of Judgment.  We must ask Yahshua (Jesus), our High Priest, for forgiveness for the sins of our nation and for our own sins.  When we atone or reconcile are sins to Yahweh through our High Priest Yahshua (Jesus), we are returned to his favor.  We should remember that Azazel’s teachings are still causing sin amongst the nations.  We must totally repent in order to get our resurrection body.  [Jesus being the high priest is documented in Hebrews and it is called the order of Melchizedek.  The order of Melchizedek also explains are family priesthood.]
Prophecy:  We must fully repent of our sins prior to the coming Day of Judgment when Yahweh will judge us. 
Feast of Tabernacles
Month 7, day 15 (Ethanim)
Oct 3rd
Historically:  They made a temporary structure to live in for seven days in the hills or away from home.  They read the laws of Moses during this time.  They presented food offering each of the seven days.  It was a celebration of the final harvest for the year.
Today it is a rehearsal for the final days.  We are to celebrate by living in a temporary structure, like a tent, for seven days.  During this time we should read our bible and study the laws of Moses.  It is in preparation for knowing how to live in a temporary structure during the end times.  It will prepare us for the seven years of tribulation when the battle of Armageddon will occur.  Each day we are to celebrate the final harvest of the year (like the original Thanksgiving) and give thanksgiving to Yahweh. We are to remember that our earthly bodies are our temporary dwelling.  The first day is a holy assembly and we should not perform any work.
Prophecy:  We are the final harvest when Yahshua (Jesus) returns.  When Yahshua (Jesus) comes many of us will be living in temporary shelter due to losing our homes or because we must flee from the city for safety.
Last Great Day (symbolizing the Day of Judgement)
Month 7, day 22 (Ethanim)
Oct 10th
Today we must hold a holy assembly and remember that this is the day Yahshua (Jesus) will return.
Prophecy:  On the last great day, which is the last day of the Feast of Tabernacles, Yahshua (Jesus) will return and establish a new Jerusalem.  It will be the Day of Judgement. Azazel will be judged and will be put to death.  All the nations led astray will be judged also as stated in Revelations.  Yahweh will separate the sheep from the goats as stated in Mathew 25. .  Jesus will dwell with those who overcame sin (followed the law) and they will receive a new glorious body.  All the Israelite tribes will be represented.
John 7:37 On the last day of the feast [of Tabernacles], the great day, (Yahshua) Jesus stood up and cried out, "If anyone thirsts, let him come to me and drink. 38 Whoever believes in me, as the Scripture has said, 'Out of his heart will flow rivers of living water. '" 39 Now this he said about the Spirit, whom those who believed in him were to receive, for as yet the Spirit had not been given, because (Yahshua) Jesus was not yet glorified.
Rev 21:1 Then I saw a new heaven and a new earth, for the first heaven and the first earth had passed away, and the sea was no more. 2 And I saw the holy city, new Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God, prepared as a bride adorned for her husband. 3 And I heard a loud voice from the throne saying, "Behold, the dwelling place of God is with man. He will dwell with them, and they will be his people, and God himself will be with them as their God. 4 He will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death shall be no more, neither shall there be mourning, nor crying, nor pain anymore, for the former things have passed away."




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