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Re: Sabbath and bible feasts

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As a remembrance of Jesus's sacrifice.
As a reminder to watch and be ready for Jesus's return.
To have biblical holidays instead of pagan holidays.

I spoke with my family about it, and they are amiable and interested to see what we come up with to observe them.
They were "biblical" for Old Covenant Jews, not Gentile Christians.
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They were "biblical" for Old Covenant Jews, not Gentile Christians.
Pretty much sums it up in that one sentence.
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Since we now have the substance of the things those feasts predicted, then what is the point of observing them? Having knowledge of them is fine for context. But making a yearly practice of observing them tends towards Judaizing, in my opinion. I feel the same when a see a Gentile believer throwing a rabbinical shawl around his shoulders and having a Friday evening "sabbath observance." We are not called to act and look Jewish.


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Old 01-03-2021, 08:34 PM
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Re: Sabbath and bible feasts

They are God's feasts, not "Jewish" feasts. They weren't given to "the Jews", they were given to Israel. When one doesn't understand even that most basic distinction, it shows that one doesn't even have a proper framework with which to even begin to understand the subject.

But most modern religionists prefer to observe holy days of pagan origin, steeped in heathen demon worship, rather than God's holy days - the only holidays of actual Divine origin.

It's like a son or daughter who refuses to celebrate their dad's birthday, but makes quite the fuss about celebrating President's Day or MLK day or the neighbour's birthday. "Why do I HAVE to celebrate Dad's birthday?" Most people read the Bible looking for all the things they don't "have" to do. Some however read the Bible looking for ways to know their Father better, desiring to just live Biblically as much as possible.

Two different religions, both claiming the same name. One with a "saviour" who came to set everyone free from God and His ways, and the other with a Saviour who came to set His people free from disobedience and vain worldly traditions and restore them to a place of sincere heart-based obedience.
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Since we now have the substance of the things those feasts predicted, then what is the point of observing them? Having knowledge of them is fine for context. But making a yearly practice of observing them tends towards Judaizing, in my opinion. I feel the same when a see a Gentile believer throwing a rabbinical shawl around his shoulders and having a Friday evening "sabbath observance." We are not called to act and look Jewish.
So I take it then you don't do the Lord's Supper, either?

Nobody here is remotely interested in looking or acting Jewish. Rabbinical shawls aren't Biblical.

And neither is Baal'sMass.
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The voice of modern religion: "Make sure you don't try to actually follow the Bible too closely. You only need to call yourself a Christian and meet our denominational standards for membership and you'll make heaven your home. Trying to actually live by God's Word is bad, God will send you to hell for that."
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Re: Sabbath and bible feasts

In Genesis 1:14 God created the sun, moon, and stars, for signs, and seasons, monuments, and tokens. And in Genesis 2:2 God sanctified the 7th day. God had a calendar in mind long before there were 12 tribes of Israel.

In accordance with that Calendar our Lord was crucified on the passover, buried without sin as on the feast of unleavened bread, raised to glory on the feast of the first fruits, sent the Holy Ghost on the feast of Pentecost, and the prophectic calendar is still ticking.

The beast of revelation also has a calendar for worshipping the pagan gods of the heathens, the gregorian calendar.

Which calendar is more fitting for the Israel of God?
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The Gregorian calendar and pagan assumptions

https://www.hebrew4christians.com/Ho...gregorian.html
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