- Hardcover: 224 pages
- Publisher: Thomas Nelson (May 7, 1997)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0785275185
- ISBN-13: 978-0785275183
- Product Dimensions: 6.3 x 0.8 x 9.2 inches
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Based on the information presented the feast of first fruits is about the resurrection. Also mentioned was the origin of the date of Christmas, it was celebrated by pagan sun-worshipers as the birthday of the new moon. The Jubilee year was a huge plus, this also included the sabbatical year where debts were released. It was a postponement of debt not a cancellation. I thoroughly enjoyed this one, it was not a quick read for me because of the unfamiliar information but necessary and beautifully illustrated.
Marvin Rosenthal explores the Old Testament Feasts of the Lord as prophesy, some of which have been fulfilled literally on the observed feasts, such as Jesus, the perfect Lamb of God being sacrificed on the feast of Passover just as the Passover lamb was being sacrificed; His resurrection on the feast of First Fruits; The coming of the Holy Spirit upon the church on the feast of Pentecost (aka Weeks).
Based on these fulfilled prophesies, Rosenthal comments on the remaining Feasts of the Lord to be fulfilled in the future.
This book is easy to understand and highly recommended. I have many many books and read them all on the subject of the Feasts and this is the one I recommend to begin your studies on this subject.
it explains the feast of the lord and their connections to Jesus Christ.
How he was buried on Passover and in the Grave on unleavened bread and arose on first fruits.
How the holy spirit came on Pentecost and how the rapture will be on feast of trumpets.