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    • fulfilled feasts
      I have no concern about the prophetic nature of the feasts with the spring feasts being fulfilled and the fall feasts in the future. I do not understand why you brought a conversation we were having on another forum into this forum. But I will repeat what I said on the other forum It is very clear that the spring feasts were fulfilled. Jesus died on Passover as the Passover lamb. Communion is a celebration commemorating what Jesus said in the Passover seder. Jesus rose again on the day of the first fruits wave offering. The church celebrates Easter commemorating this. In the Mosaic law, on the day of the first fruits wave offering, the count of the omer begins to 49. On the 50th day, is the Feast of first fruits, which is the church celebration of Pentacost.  All of these feasts have been fulfilled and are celebrated by the church, (although altered to avoid a Jewish connection). There is no church celebration of the fall feasts as they have not be transferred to the New Covenant yet. The fall feasts are all future when Jesus returns. All of the Holy Days in the Mosaic law are shadows pointing to Jesus. As these are fulfilled, Jesus will fulfill each one, and they will become Holy Days of remembering what Jesus has done. When speaking about the future prophetic events, I am always reminded of the ancient writings in Judaism. The Rabbi's in Judaism, for a brief time, discussed the prophetic scripture about the Messiah, and tried to figure out such things as timing, and how the scriptures which say the Messiah would be triumphant vs the Messiah would die would work out. Reading the Rabbinic opinions of how the (for them) future prophesies would work out, some interpretations were very close to accurate and some were wrong but I could understand how they came up with their understanding. I realized that future prophesies can have a variety of interpretations, and even among Christians, our future prophesies have a lot of differing opinions. Some will be right or close to right and some will be wrong. We won't know for sure how they play out until we actually see them. So, what I propose as how the future prophesies will work out might be somewhat right and might be wrong. We will all know when Jesus returns and they are fulfilled.     Rosh Hashanah is the first fall Holy day. In scripture, it is called Yom Teruah or the day of the trumpet blast. It is also, a call to repentance for Israel, and begins the 'Days of Awe'. While Israel, as a nation/group, are receiving a final call to repentance, the church might be raptured. Mat 24:31 And he shall send his angels with a great sound of a trumpet, and they shall gather together his elect from the four winds, from one end of heaven to the other.  Yom Kippur is a national sacrifice. Not a sacrifice for an individual. Yom Kippur is a sacrifice for the nation. Scripture indicates that when Jesus returns, steps down on the Mt. Of Olives, during the great battle where Jesus defeats the armies attacking Israel, all the children of Israel who are alive and see Him will be saved. Israel will be saved as a nation. Since the time of Jesus death, resurrection, and Pentecost (the beginning of the assembly of Christians, people have individually been saved and added, one by one, to a new nation under the New Covenant for the last 2000 years. When all of living Israel is saved when Jesus returns, and are included, the New Nation will be complete, and Jesus death will have accomplished atonement for all or the New Nation. Succoth is the celebration of the last in-gathering of the harvest and a remembrance of the time Israel wandered in the desert. I believe Succoth will be the millenium. Jesus will reign as King from Jerusalem. While, we are here now in a world ruled by the world, which is like the time in he desert, when Jesus rules as King on earth, among us, we will no longer living in the desert. Succoth is called in English Feast of Tabernacles, and Jesus will physically be tabernacling among us and with us all. All nations are commanded to come to Jerusalem on Succoth. I believe they come to honor King Jesus.  On the last day of Succoth, or day after Succoth, there is a Holy Day called Simchat Torah. In Judaism, the Torah is read, selected section by section, through out the year. At the beginning of Simchat Torah (after sunset), the last portion is read and the next day, the first portion is read. The Torah prophesies the Messiah, and the time of Jacob's trouble (great tribulation), and the victory of the Messiah over Israel's enemies, and the Messiahs reign as King in Jerusalem during what is called the Messianic era. I believe Simchat Torah will be the end of the Millenium and the beginning of the New Heaven and New Earth.          
    • Mexico: Baptists families expelled
      This disturbs me too the one sided and often jumping to conclusions based on prejudging . The hatred too is palpable.
    • Is it just me...
      Feed the cat to the dog and accept enoob as last
    • When is Satan/Dragon/Devil thrown out of Heaven
      Argosy Dan 11:36 - The king will do as he pleases. He will exalt and magnify himself above every god and will say unheard of things against the God of gods.  He will be successful until the time of wrath is complete.  v.39b - he will greatly honor those who acknowledge him.  He will make them rulers over many people and will distribute the land at a price.  v. 41 - He will also invade the Beautiful Land.  Many countries will fall, but Edom, Moab and the leaders of Ammon will be delivered from his hand.   Isa 14:13, 14 - You said in your heart, I will ascend to heaven, I will raise my throne above the stars of God; I will sit enthroned on the mount of assembly, on the utmost heights of the sacred mountain.   I will ascend above the tops of the clouds; I will make myself like the Most High. Satan wants to be like the Most High.  He wants worship. In Christ Montana Marv  
    • The beast that goes into Perdition
      Again semantics.  The spiritual and the physical.  Both of your arguments hold truth, however it really is timing that the whole truth is evident. When we die, we depart the body of flesh (the corruptible) .  We are not promised the incorruptible body until our bodies are resurrected.  Just like Jesus was resurrected and became the Firstborn from the dead and He received this incorruptible body, so shall we follow suit at the resurrection.  Like Paul states in I Cor. 15:51 - "in the twinkling of the eye" we shall all be changed.....the dead WILL BE RAISED IMPERISHABLE."  The only promise is that when you physically die here on Earth, "absent from the body is present with the Lord. - 2Cor 5:8.   When we physically die and go to be with the Lord, we don't lose who we are and we may hold some form of recognition.  I say this based loosely on some scriptures.  We see that during Jesus' transformation that Moses and Elijah appeared with Him and even spoke to Jesus about His departure.  When Peter, John and James awoke, they saw Jesus in his glory and Moses and Elijah who was with Him.  Moses and Elijah had not received their incorruptible bodies yet.  But there was some type of recognizable form, just not the promised resurrected, incorruptible body, like Jesus'. We also see that in the story of Lazarus and the Rich Man, that in Hades, the Rich Man could see Abraham and Lazarus across the great chasm that separated them.  The Rich Man in Torments and Lazarus in Paradise.  The dead had recognizable form, but they were yet to be resurrected and given the incorruptible bodies.  
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    • bopeep1909  »  C_Beth

      You are God's Masterpiece...Ephesians 2:10
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    • bopeep1909  »  *Zion*

      God be with you in your absence sis. You will be in my prayers. I will miss you
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    • SINNERSAVED  »  Your closest friendnt

      thank you for your post and trust in my words, it is at times I post questions to people ,to just get them to answer , but I know the answer before I ask , it is to show the false teaching and those leading others astray on this sight, I know I am saved , and in the spirit of the holy one, and I am trying to share the love of Christ with all to see the beauty and glory we have in Him
       I hope I can encourage and help in my ability to bring scripture to you , and thank you for the  rep points, blessings to you and I pray all is well with you ,my brother
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    • Eragon

      2 Chronicles 7:14
      "If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land."
      I encourage you all to pray every day for our country. There is no turning back from the path we have taken, we can't erase our mistakes, but we can pray that we don't travel any farther down this dark road. 
      -Download the free 7:14 app. Pray for our country.
      www.7:14movement. com

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      Yay, it's Friday!!
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