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The Sabbath Year and Jubilee Feasts

The Holiness of God: Seeing Christ through Old Testament Feasts “The Sabbath Year and Jubilee Feasts: The Freedom of God’s People” (8 of 8) INTRODUCTION: Today we conclude our sermon series on the holiness of God, and conclude our 8-part series looking at the Old Testament Feasts. We have seen how Jesus is the ultimate fulfillment of each of these annual feasts. Today, we look at two feasts that were not annual feasts but still were apart of Israel’s history. One happened every 7 years, the other every 50th year. The feasts in the Old Testament were given by God to the Israelites through Moses. The feasts of the Lord were days of high importance for Israel. They punctuated Israel’s calendar with seasons of joyous celebration, sharing in agricultural abundance, and a reprieve from the daily routine. But they were also religious events. God wanted the Israelites to remember who their God was in contrast to the many deities and dead gods worshipped by the surrounding nations. Each feast or festival had a particular message to be understood and passed on from one generation to the next. Some were commemorative, that is, they were reminders of great events in Israel’s history. Others were types of great events in salvation’s history. These Feasts of Israel point to a fulfillment coming when the Messiah would truly fulfill them under the New Covenant. Today, we will introduce the Old Testament SABBATH YEAR feast, and concentrate on the 50th year JUBILEE FEAST, discovering Jesus’ ultimate fulfillment of this feast.

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The Feast of Tabernacles

The Holiness of God: Seeing Christ through Old Testament Feasts “The Tabernacles Feast: The Presence of God” (7 of 8) INTRODUCTION: Today we continue our sermon series on the holiness of God, and continue our 8-part series looking at the Old Testament Feasts. We will see how Jesus is the ultimate fulfillment of each of these feasts. The feasts in the Old Testament were given by God to the Israelites through Moses. The feasts of the Lord were days of high importance for Israel. They punctuated Israel’s calendar with seasons of joyous celebration, sharing in agricultural abundance, and a reprieve from the daily routine. But they were also religious events. God wanted the Israelites to remember who their God was in contrast to the many deities and dead gods worshipped by the surrounding nations. Each feast or festival had a particular message to be understood and passed on from one generation to the next. Some were commemorative, that is, they were reminders of great events in Israel’s history. Others were types of great events in salvation’s history. There are three major passages that describe the Feasts: Leviticus 23; Numbers 28-29; and Deuteronomy 16. These Feasts of Israel point to a fulfillment coming when the Messiah would truly fulfill them under the New Covenant. Today, we will examine the Old Testament TABERNACLES FEAST and discover Jesus’ ultimate fulfillment of this feast.

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The Feast of Atonement

The Holiness of God: Seeing Christ through Old Testament Feasts “The Day of Atonement Feast: The Atonement of God’s People” (6 of 8) INTRODUCTION: Today we continue our sermon series on the holiness of God, and continue our 8-part series looking at the Old Testament Feasts. We will see how Jesus is the ultimate fulfillment of each of these feasts. The feasts in the Old Testament were given by God to the Israelites through Moses. The feasts of the Lord were days of high importance for Israel. They punctuated Israel’s calendar with seasons of joyous celebration, sharing in agricultural abundance, and a reprieve from the daily routine. But they were also religious events. God wanted the Israelites to remember who their God was in contrast to the many deities and dead gods worshipped by the surrounding nations. Each feast or festival had a particular message to be understood and passed on from one generation to the next. Some were commemorative, that is, they were reminders of great events in Israel’s history. Others were types of great events in salvation’s history. There are three major passages that describe the Feasts: Leviticus 23; Numbers 28-29; and Deuteronomy 16. These Feasts of Israel point to a fulfillment coming when the Messiah would truly fulfill them under the New Covenant. Today, we will examine the Old Testament DAY OF ATONEMENT FEAST and discover Jesus’ ultimate fulfillment of this feast.

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The Trumpets Feast

The Holiness of God: Seeing Christ through Old Testament Feasts “The Trumpets Feast: The Call to Judgment for God’s People” (5 of 8) INTRODUCTION: Today we continue our sermon series on the holiness of God, and continue our 8-part series looking at the Old Testament Feasts. We will see how Jesus is the ultimate fulfillment of each of these feasts. The feasts in the Old Testament were given by God to the Israelites through Moses. The feasts of the Lord were days of high importance for Israel. They punctuated Israel’s calendar with seasons of joyous celebration, sharing in agricultural abundance, and a reprieve from the daily routine. But they were also religious events. God wanted the Israelites to remember who their God was in contrast to the many deities and dead gods worshipped by the surrounding nations. Each feast or festival had a particular message to be understood and passed on from one generation to the next. Some were commemorative, that is, they were reminders of great events in Israel’s history. Others were types of great events in salvation’s history. There are three major passages that describe the Feasts: Leviticus 23; Numbers 28-29; and Deuteronomy 16. These Feasts of Israel point to a fulfillment coming when the Messiah would truly fulfill them under the New Covenant. Today, we will examine the Old Testament TRUMPETS FEAST and discover Jesus’ ultimate fulfillment of this feast.

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The Feast of Weeks (Pentecost)

The Holiness of God: Seeing Christ through Old Testament Feasts “The Feast of Weeks (Pentecost): The Covenant Origination for God’s People” (4 of 8) INTRODUCTION: Today we continue our sermon series on the holiness of God, and continue our 8-part series looking at the Old Testament Feasts. We will see how Jesus is the ultimate fulfillment of each of these feasts. The feasts in the Old Testament were given by God to the Israelites through Moses. The feasts of the Lord were days of high importance for Israel. They punctuated Israel’s calendar with seasons of joyous celebration, sharing in agricultural abundance, and a reprieve from the daily routine. But they were also religious events. God wanted the Israelites to remember who their God was in contrast to the many deities and dead gods worshipped by the surrounding nations. Each feast or festival had a particular message to be understood and passed on from one generation to the next. Some were commemorative, that is, they were reminders of great events in Israel’s history. Others were types of great events in salvation’s history. There are three major passages that describe the Feasts: Leviticus 23; Numbers 28-29; and Deuteronomy 16. These Feasts of Israel point to a fulfillment coming when the Messiah would truly fulfill them under the New Covenant. Today, we will examine the Old Testament FEAST OF WEEKS (PENTECOST) and discover Jesus’ ultimate fulfillment of this feast.

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