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Celebrate the feasts of the Old Testament in your own home or church / [electronic resource] Martha Zimmerman.

By: Zimmerman, Martha, 1934-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Minneapolis, Minn. : Bethany Fellowship, c1981Description: 186 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.ISBN: 0871232286 (pbk.); 9780871232281 (pbk.).Subject(s): Families -- Religious life | Worship programs | Fasts and feasts in the BibleDDC classification: 249 Online resources: Free eBook from the Internet Archive | Additional information and access via Open Library
Contents:
Sabbath, a weekend celebration for the family -- Passover, in order that you should remember -- The omer, an 'in between time' -- Shavuoth, fifty days counted, now celebrate! -- Rosh Hashanah, a day of blowing -- Yom Kippur, a day of returning -- Sukkot, a family fort festival.
Summary: The great religious feasts as described in the Old Testament and Jewish tradition are full of spiritual truth presented in the New Testament, especially as they recreate the symbolic representations of Christ. When those festivals are re-enacted in the Christian home, children have a living picture of Bible principles as exemplified in and through Jesus, the prophesied Messiah. They learn far better by experience than by only hearing. Every Christian family can benefit from understanding the Jewish roots of their faith without becoming enslaved to Jewish traditions.
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Sabbath, a weekend celebration for the family -- Passover, in order that you should remember -- The omer, an 'in between time' -- Shavuoth, fifty days counted, now celebrate! -- Rosh Hashanah, a day of blowing -- Yom Kippur, a day of returning -- Sukkot, a family fort festival.

The great religious feasts as described in the Old Testament and Jewish tradition are full of spiritual truth presented in the New Testament, especially as they recreate the symbolic representations of Christ. When those festivals are re-enacted in the Christian home, children have a living picture of Bible principles as exemplified in and through Jesus, the prophesied Messiah. They learn far better by experience than by only hearing. Every Christian family can benefit from understanding the Jewish roots of their faith without becoming enslaved to Jewish traditions.

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