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HELEN SANDERS
10-2-2020
HOLD FAST TO GOD’S PROMISES
 
It says in Romans 4:20-22, “He staggered not (did not doubt) at the promise of God through unbelief; but was strong in faith giving glory to God; and being fully persuaded that, what he (God) had promised, he (God) was able also to perform.”
 
How often when we read God’s Word, and a precious promise leaps out at us, we see it as a Rhema (personal word) from God. We get excited about it and anticipate its arrival at any moment. Yet, when it does not happen immediately, we wonder if we really heard from God after all.
 
Abraham was also in this situation with opportunity to doubt God’s promise. Think of his circumstances; Sarah’s womb had been dead; and he also was unable to produce seed. God, on the other hand, had promised that Abraham’s seed would be more than the stars in the sky.
 
In the natural, it would make me laugh like Sarah laughed if I were 90 years old and was told by God that I would have a baby after the change of life had occurred. Yet in spite of this, Abraham did not doubt. He believed God, and eventually years later the promise came to pass.
 
Don’t doubt when God gives you a personal word of promise. They will come to pass, but this is where patience comes in. Faith always must have patience to fulfill the promise. In Hebrews 10:35-36 it says, “Cast not away therefore your confidence (boldness) which hath great recompence (promise) of reward. For ye have need of patience, that after ye have done the will of God, ye might receive the promise.”
 
 
Do not give up! Hold fast to God’s promises, because they are on the way. He promised it, and He cannot lie.

 

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RUSSELL SANDERS
10-2-2020
THE BIBLICAL FALL FEASTS PART 17
THE FEAST OF TABERNACLES – SUKKOT (part 3)
 
Tonight, at sundown (or 6 p.m.) is Tishri 15 on the Hebrew calendar. This begins the Feast of Tabernacles. It is also called Sukkot, or Feast of Booths, or Feast of Rejoicing. Whereas the first ten days of Tishri is a time of self-examination, repentance, restitution, and alms giving,Tabernacles is a time of happiness and rejoicing. They rejoice because the tabernacle, and later the Temple of Solomon, represented God’s presence among them. God “tabernacled” with them, meaning He dwelled among them with His Holy presence in the Temple or Tabernacle.
 
It is also the last of three feast days (or holy convocations) when all Jewish males were required to go to Jerusalem to “appear before the Lord God.” (Deuteronomy 16:16.) The other two were the Feast of Unleavened Bread (immediately after Passover) and the Feast of Weeks (Pentecost). 
 
The Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot) is an eight-day event. The first day (Tishri 15) is a holy convocation (gathering called by a shofar). It is a high sabbath. No work is allowed. The next seven days they will dwell in booths constructed with limbs of trees as a reminder of their forty wilderness years after they were delivered from 400 years of Egyptian slavery. Burnt offerings, meat offerings (meal, bread) and drink offerings are made. They are to literally feast, eating heartily, these seven days. The last day of that seven-day period is to also be a sabbath. So, for the eight total days of Sukkot, the first and eighth days are sabbaths.
 
When the Temple was destroyed by the Romans in 70 A.D., the Temple sacrifices ended. No animal sacrifices have been made since then. It changed many observances that were given in scripture. With Jerusalem being plundered, the Jews fled to many other countries. The Rabbis and Jewish leaders devised various religious customs and practices over a period of time to cover for the loss of the Temple. Practices of our modern times vary significantly from the Temple (or Tabernacle) days. Codification of the altered customs have helped to maintain the integrity of the Jewish people in the 1,950 years since the destruction of the temple. Today, they are the oldest, longest standing, ethnic/religious group in the world, spanning 4,000 years from Abraham to these days.
 
The scattering of the Jews after 70 A.D. is commonly called “the diaspora,” which simply means “the scattering.” The seven biblical feasts (God’s feasts) plus the two historical feasts (Hanukkah and Purim) have held them together as they all share that in common. 
 
We shall speak more about “tabernacling” later and its importance to us as Christians.

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