God’s Calendar: Seeing Jesus in the Passover and other Feasts of the Lord – Amir Tsarfati Video

Does your expectation of Christ’s return for the Church line up with the biblical pattern shown forth by the prophetic Feasts of the Lord?

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This is one of the best videos I have found on the prophetic Feasts of the Lord. He brings out the clear truth that the Feasts which the Jews were commanded to observe were given to present a prophetic picture of the 1st and also the 2nd Coming of our Lord.

 

One thing I really appreciated in this teaching by brother Amir is that he stays away from the misconceptions so popular among the pre-trib crowd that the ‘rapture trumpet’ takes place at the beginning of the fall feasts (the Day of Trumpets they incorrectly say) and thus the Church is absent from the tribulation typified by the remaining days until Yom Kippur (Atonement) which typifies the Second Coming.

He brings out that the fall Feasts involve a series of trumpets not just on the first day. This is significant because the pre-trib teachers say that when the trumpet sounds to begin the fall feasts this typifies the rapture happening before the tribulation and the Church as entering our eternal ‘Jubilee’ at that time. But as Amir teaches (and I also believe) the series of trumpet blasts continues through out the 10 ‘days of awe’ and finishes with the Last Trump on the Day of Atonement. Something pre-trib teachers miss (or willingly ignore) is that the year of Jubilee does not begin on the first day of ‘trumpets’; it only begins AFTER the last long trumpet blast on the Day of Atonement! According to the biblical pattern of the Feasts of the Lord the Church will begin our eternal Jubilee at the Second Coming! Let’s get it right!

And thou shalt number seven sabbaths of years unto thee, seven times seven years; and the space of the seven sabbaths of years shall be unto thee forty and nine years. 9  Then shalt thou cause the trumpet of the jubile to sound on the tenth day of the seventh month, in the day of atonement shall ye make the trumpet sound throughout all your land. Leviticus 25:8-9

Question: Why do the pre-trib teachers place the blowing of the ‘last trump’ (ie. the resurrection/rapture) on the first day of the month instead of the tenth day where it belongs (the Day of Atonement which typifies the Second Coming)?

Answer: Because they must depart from the biblical pattern or it would expose the error of their doctrine!

I hope the reality of the foretelling of the 2 Comings of Jesus to Earth found in the Feasts of the Lord are as much a blessing and edification to you as they are to me. God revealed these truths to me by his Spirit quickening various O.T. passages in the Word to me long before I had been exposed to any significant teaching on the issue. It was a very exciting time of study and worship for me to say the least! I have an article on that HERE if you would like to read it.

Blessings to all who long for his Coming;

Paul Benson

Author: Paul Benson

My Website is at www.paulbenson.me. My blog 'Let's Get It Right!' is at pbenson.me.

5 thoughts on “God’s Calendar: Seeing Jesus in the Passover and other Feasts of the Lord – Amir Tsarfati Video”

  1. I have a book written by a born again Jew named Joseph Good (1989) titled, Rosh Ha Shanah and the Messianic Kingdom to Come. The short version is the 7 trumpets are as follows…#1-6 are trumpets of repentance , # 7 is judgment day. He covers history and tradition with scripture and its a tough read cause of the Hebrew language used. I haven’t followed his web site, just looked it up. Hebrew Roots…will have to study it closely cause some groups are law cults. Hears the link… tell me what you think!

    http://hatikva.org/

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    1. Hi Pat;
      Yes, I too have grown quite wary of the legalistic teachings of the Hebrew Roots movement; but on the whole they seem to be a good source of teaching on the prophetic nature of the Feasts of the Lord.
      And I do share the notion that trumpets during Rosh Hashanna are related to the trumpets of Revelation. The fact this time prior to Atonement is referred to as the Days of Awe (or the Days of Repentance) is overlooked by the pre-trib crowd. But this is significant as it shows the time of sorrows and the subsequent time of Great Tribulation that precedes the Return of Christ as a period of this world (including the Church) being given one last call to repentance.
      Blessings;
      Paul Benson

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  2. Amir does a good job showing the types and shadows of the messiah in the feasts but I have listened to him many times over the years and hes a dedicated pre tribber as they get, filtering the end times prophesies about Israel being fulfilled after the pre trib rapture. If these people would focus on the timing of the resurrection according to scripture then the rose colored glasses would fall off by the Spirit of truth instead of putting their faith onto a doctrine of men. Jesus said it on the last day, at the harvest.

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    1. Hi Patrick;
      I haven’t listened to a lot of his stuff but did catch that he may be pre-trib. That shows the inconsistency of the pre-trib teachers. They follow the pattern of the Word until it contradicts their doctrine, and then they are forced to make excuse for their extra-biblical ideas.

      Not the first time a pre-tribber has shot himself in the foot, and it will not be the last I am sure. The fact that he admits a series of trumpets ending with the final trumpet on Atonement Day presents conflict with a ‘pre-trib’ view that forces the entering into our long awaited Jubilee (or ‘rest’ as it is expressed elsewhere) on Rosh Hashanah (the first day of the month). As I stated that is completely out of accord with the biblical pattern that clearly states the Jubilee does not begin until Yom Kippur (Atonement Day).

      But since he avoided inserting the pre-trib error into his presentation I felt it was well worth sharing.

      Blessings to you brother;
      Paul Benson

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