First Holy Day
Monday October 14
Take Our Refuge in God
When we are lost, when we are pressed beyond the point of no return, when death or destruction are imminent, remember where to look for refuge. Jeremiah Patton encourages us to learn from the lessons of Mt. Everest and inspires us to act in the knowledge that God is our refuge.
Prophecy Fulfilled —
Have “All Things” been Fulfilled
Many Christians believe that when Christ died and was resurrected that “all things were fulfilled” but is that true? What does the bible really teach?
Jeff Patton examines the evidence of scripture and history to show the prophecies concerning the Messiah that are yet to be fulfilled. Prophecy fulfilled – Isaiah challenges Christians to rethink their ideas about Christ as they read, here a little, there a little, to discover what the future holds for those who trust in Christ as Saviour.
Day 2 Feast of Tabernacles 2019
Tuesday, October 15
God Our Father
As a new father, Joshua reflects on the role of God our father, and how fathers are to relate to their children, in loco deus. He draws from his personal experiences to explain the foundation that fathers build for their children in teaching them about God.
Can We Help Others Find the ‘Way Back?’
The Feast pictures the millennial reign of Christ and His saints as kingly priests. But at the onset there will be millions of people who have been traumatized by horrific global catastrophes. What quality of character will be of great importance to God in selecting his servants who will be responsible for helping these hurting people find the way back to God?
Day 3 Feast of Tabernacles 2019
Wednesday, October 16
We find ourselves in a journey through this life. But do you realize that as Christians, we are actually walking in the footsteps revealed by a king? A king who is so much greater than all others, and whose calling is to enter into fellowship with Him. Do we share His life, His mission, and His vision of the future! Let the scriptures help you understand your future in the ‘fellowship of the king.’
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Day 4 Feast of Tabernacles 2019
Thursday, October 17
The Messianic Age
When we study the future, as pictured by the Feast of Tabernacles, we come to understand more about God’s ways. The prophets, Isaiah and Micah, both were inspired to write about the coming of the Messianic age. Their messages were very similar, and they both focused on the importance of the law in establishing the millennial reign of the Messiah. So what are those ways of God that he will be teaching all nations?
Day 5 Feast of Tabernacles 2019
Friday, October 18
The Kingdom of God will Grow
Jesus spoke of the farmer planting the seeds and the mystery of the seeds growing “spontaneously,” as an analogy of the Kingdom of God. What did he mean, and what are the implications for those disciples called to sow the seed? Daniel, Isaiah, and David all add to our understanding of how the Kingdom of God will grow, as both a physical and spiritual reality. Let the scriptures reveal the answers to this great marvel.
Day 6 Feast of Tabernacles 2019
Sabbath, October 19
The King’s Message about His Kingdom
Almost two thousand years ago Christ came and brought a message about the king and his kingdom. He instructed his disciples, all who are called of the Father, that we should pray that his Kingdom should come soon. But it is not here yet. So, what is the secret of the Kingdom that Christ revealed to his disciples, but not to the world? What is the nature of the realm of the King’s sovereign rule? What is the job the King wants us to do?
Day 7 of the Feast of Tabernacles 2019
Sunday, October 20
Who Shall Dwell with God?
The Eighth Day – Last Great Day
Monday, October 21
Can these bones live. The short answer is, “Yes!” but there is much more to the story. God says that, “all will be saved” but is that happening now? When will God work to save all of humanity? God’s plan of salvation for all is revealed through the Holy Days that God created as memorials and as prefigurative events envisioning what is to come in the future. The future is full of hope for those who put their trust in the God of scripture.