Passover for Christians is very important. Its history goes all the way back to the garden of Eden.
Part II of the Holy Days or the Feasts of the Lord. In this video Steve covers how many times bible prophecies sermons or Christ’s words are better understood when you realize what these days these messages occurred on. The messages are better understood in light of the holy days because the speaker was giving”meat in due season”.
All Christians believe in the holy days of God. However most only understand the first 3 since they are the only ones that have already occurred. The last 4 are very important and the entire 7 taken together form the plan of God. This is part one of a series that will go through the importance of them and finally take each one at a time and explain their meaning.
VIDEO: Contrary to most teachings Adam didn’t know about the tree of life. He would have taken it in the course of doing his work and could have remained in the Garden as long as he didn’t take of the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil.
From the days of Jacob it was prophesied that two brothers would rule the world in the end times. The older would become a Great Nation. Yet the younger one would surpass the elder in power and stature becoming a “company of nations” or a group of united states. Truth is stranger than fiction
Inside of the Sabbath you can find the holy days and the plan of God completely laid out for his children. It was made for man and is a weekly reminder of the creation, the fall and salvation of man, the future 1000 year rest or Millennium, the rest the creation will experience and finally the “day of the Lord” or the day without end. Truly a remarkable set of
Two part Sermon given during the Days of Unleavened Bread showing how the Holy Days outline the TIME line of God’s plan for mankind. Most churches have no problem understanding the plan of God from the Holy Days that have occured. However the future is lost to their understanding for they don’t look to the one that have yet to be fulfilled for answers.