The Bible's Feasts
There are seven Old Testament Feasts. Coincidence? Not likely. As the author of this study, Donna Baer, points out, each of these Feasts recalls something that happened to the children of Israel as God led them from slavery in Egypt through the harsh desert for forty yeas and ultimately to freedom in the Promised Land. These Feasts both commemorate events in the history of God's people, Israel, and they point to the Messiah - Israel's greatest treasure. There are four Spring Feasts (commemorating the events of the Exodus from Egypt) and Three Fall Feasts (commemorating the events that were going to occur as God established His people in the Promised Land.) Intrigued yet? Curious enough to want to complete your own study?
This collection of material provides all the components you'll need for such a study. The Text examines each Feast from its historical beginnings to its kingdom significance and ultimately to its future application. Ending each study is a "How About You?" section where the author asks the student pointed questions about his own personal walk with the Lord. The Study Guide is the student's companion. There you'll find reading assignments from the text, space to write answers to comprehension questions, discussion questions, suggestions for memory work, and a repeat of the How About You? section where the student is encouraged to think through personal applications. The Study Guide Leader's Edition provides the answers to the Study Guide questions including talking points for the discussion questions.
In addition to providing a fascinating historical study of the Biblical Feasts, this course also provides a road map to their theological importance as a type and a herald (announcement) of future events. Text - 94 pgs, pb. Study Guide - 35 pgs, pb. SG Leader's Edition - 46 pgs, pb. ~ Janice