A Quick, Compelling Bible Study Vol. 131: Jewish Feast Days and High Holidays Connect to Jesus – Part 2

Author’s Note: Readers can find all previous volumes of this series here. The first 56 volumes are compiled into the book “Bible Study For Those Who Don’t Read The Bible.”  Part Two, featuring volumes 57-113, will be published later this year.

Thanks for joining our Sunday Bible study for Part 2 — how the autumn Jewish Feast Days and High Holidays connect to Jesus. As a Messianic Jewish believer, in Part 1, I wrote that “heads would explode in synagogues.” Of course, some of my people sent disparaging emails along with helpful suggestions such as, “Myra, stop this. You are a Jewish woman and you’re twisting the Torah to suit an agenda. Contact a Chabad rabbi and have a conversation.” (I thanked him and said I might do that – so stay tuned.)

Again, thanks to Russ Breault, a Bible scholar who originated these two lessons and wrote the first drafts. He has co-written or inspired several of my Bible studies.

Now we turn to Leviticus 23, when God, through Moses, established the seven appointed feasts or festivals for the Israelites to honor, glorify, and make sacrifices to Him. First, a brief review of Part 1 and Jesus’s connection to the spring feasts:

Passover is celebrated as “Good Friday” when Jesus was sacrificed. At

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