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Passover    

Feast of Unleavened Bread    

Feast of First Fruits    

Feast of Pentecost    

Feast of Trumpets    

Day of Atonement    

Feast of Tabernacles

The Feasts of Israel, set by God, are not only commemorative in a historical context, but are also prophetic. The first three feasts in the first month point to the Messiah's First Coming; the last three feasts in the seventh month to his Second Coming. The middle feast highlights the Church, in more ways than is generally recognized.

This briefing reveals the rich background of these feasts with many surprises for the Biblical believer and yet only scratches the surface.

©2007 Koinonia House (P)2021 Koinonia House

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This is my sixth Missler book

If you have listened to Learn the Bible in 24 hours by Missler, you have heard every other book. I listened to that three times over because I thoroughly enjoyed it, and consequently have purchased and listened to most of his other work. Unfortunately he almost never gives new information, this book is just segments of Learn the Bible in 24 hours, and I feel a little duped.