When Jesus came on earth, He didn’t fulfill some, but He fulfilled all prophecies in the Old Testament about the (first) coming of the Messiah. He provided irrefutable evidence that He was God’s anointed one. Now that we know, shouldn’t we ask ourselves what to do with the prophecies regarding the Second Coming?
The Feast of Unleavened Bread begins on the day after Passover and lasts for seven days. In the period before the Passover, every family will clean their home in accordance to the Biblical instruction they have received to remove all the sourdough from their homes.
To our surprise we found a book written by the late Johannes de Heer during the Second World War, ‘God’s Plan for Salvation Established in Appointed Times in Leviticus 23.’ From his perspective as a Protestant writing at one of the darkest moments of our history, he already saw that the blueprint for God’s plan of salvation could be found in the sequence of the biblical feasts. Here we’d like to examine how the meanings contained in the Fall Feasts should be an urgent wake up call for today’s Church. What do these Fall feasts have to do with the End Times?
The biblical feasts, as they’re described in the book of Leviticus, were indeed originally prophetic in that God used them as a way to make His plan for salvation logical and understandable for humanity. However, the meanings of some feasts have become reality since Christ’s first coming, while others are still waiting to be fulfilled.