Celebrate Jesus! A Christian Perspective of the Biblical Feasts
As we celebrate Jesus through biblical feasts, the earth will be filled with the knowledge of God's glory in the face of Jesus Christ.
God ordained His feasts to reveal His character and His plan of redemption, to bind us together as a community, and to give us Kingdom principles for our lives. Although most of the feasts commemorate events in Israel's history, Jesus is the heart of every holiday. For this reason, they can be enjoyed by the one new man - Jewish and Gentile followers of Jesus (Yeshua).
You are invited on a fascinating journey as you Celebrate Jesus!
Jesus is the heart of the biblical feasts, making them relevant to both Jew and Gentile. Celebrate Jesus! is an easy-to-use resource giving the reader the biblical foundation and suggests the personal application of each of the feasts of the Lord. The biblical feasts: Sabbath, New Moon, Passover, Unleavened Bread, First Fruits, Pentecost, Trumpets, Day of Atonement, Feast of Tabernacles, Hanukkah, and Purim were designed to unify the community of God's Kingdom.
Celebrate Jesus! A Christian Perspective of the Biblical Feasts.
- Enjoy the Journey
- You are Invited
- God's Purposes for the Feasts
- Holiday Basics
- Sabbath - God's Special Day
- New Moon- New Beginnings
- Passover: An overview
- Passover: Spiritual, The Character of God Revealed
- Passover: Redemptive, Jesus Is Our Passover Lamb
- Passover: Kingdom, Personal Application of the Passover
- Feast of Unleavened Bread: Holiday of Freedom
- Feasts of Firstfruits - Harvest of the Spring
- Feasts of Weeks- Harvest of the Summer
- Blowing of Trumpets - All about the King
- Day of Atonement - Day of National Repentance
- Feast of Tabernacles - Final Ingathering
- Hanukkah - Holiday of Dedication
- Purim - For this Purpose
- End of the Journey
- Practicalities - Some "How To's"
- Hanukkah in the Book of Daniel
- Messiah in the Passover
- The calendar
Joan Lipis is a Jewish believer in Jesus, whom she calls by His Hebrew name, Yeshua. She now lives and ministers in Israel.
Joan grew up in a reform (liberal) Jewish home. In her late twenties, she started a search for a greater knowledge of God and more of an understanding of what it meant to be Jewish. After living as an Orthodox Jew for a few years, her search ended at the cross, where she met the Savior.