Principles from the Fall Festivals
Author: Dwight A. Pryor
The moadei-Adonai, “set times of the Lord,” recur in seasonal cycles: spring (Passover), summer (Pentecost) and fall (Tabernacles). Each festival has its unique rhythm and character, corresponding on the one hand with agricultural harvests and on the other with key events in Israel’s redemptive history.
In the autumn of the year, we witness the climactic concert of the Divine Symphony: the High Holy days, consummated by the Feast of Tabernacles. It is a magnificent production with varied moods and intersecting melodies, repeatedly punctuated with the great trumpet of the Lord, the shofar.
- Session One: Walking in the Light of the High Holy Days
Session Two: Walking in the Light of Tabernacles
We thought you might also like these resources...
Redemption, Revelation, and Celebration
This series of messages reveals the deeper meaning for Christians of the three great pilgrim feasts of Israel.Read More
This is good teaching. Since learning about the Fall Bible Feasts it has become my family's favorite time of year. Thank you.E S