Free Revelation Study Course: Chapter 8

 

The First Four Trumpet Plagues

The 8th Chapter of the Book of Revelation is about the first four of Seven Trumpet Judgment Plagues that God pours out on the Earth, which are one-third the strength. The Plagues are God’s response to the Trinity Beast tribulating the Saints. The Plagues are also judgments for the egregious sins of man. They begin when Jesus opens the seventh seal from the scroll, which continues from Chapter 6. The judgment plagues are similar to the ones poured out on the land of Egypt when Pharaoh enslaved the children of Israel. They include: severe hail storms, the trees and grass being destroyed, waters turning to blood, marine creatures dying, and darkness but only one-third effective. The chapter ends with an eagle proclaiming that the people of the world are in trouble because the remaining three plagues will fall on them.

The Purpose

The Book of Revelation was written to seasoned Christians, who have an intimate relationship with King Jesus and who know His Word. The Revelation of King Jesus is the ultimate Bible book that completes everything we need to know about Christ so that our relationship can grow to the highest heights. This is why we study the fundamental books of the Bible, so that we can understand the revealed prophecies of King Jesus.

The Lesson

This lesson on Chapter 8 of the Book of Revelation is apart of a free online Bible Study Course on the Book of Revelation presented and hosted by StreetPreacher. Students will learn the Book of Revelation, verse by verse, from an Israeli, evangelical, futuristic, pre-millennial, prewrath rapture perspective using a modified version of the King James Bible.

The Lesson covers:
α) A Review of the Quiz from Chapter 7
β) Preparation to Sound the Trumpets (8:1-6)
γ) The first Trumpet Plague (8:7)
δ) The second Trumpet Plague (8:8-9)
ε) The third Trumpet Plague (8:10-11)
ζ) The fourth Trumpet Plague (8:12-13)
η) A Quiz on this Chapter 8 of The Book of Revelation.

On the Final Exam, I will direct the students on how to easily write a book or a booklet on the Book of Revelation from the Course Lessons and Quizzes.

Free Revelation Study Course: Chapter 7

 

144,000 and The Great Multitude

In Revelation Chapter 5, we learned that the scroll has seven seals on it. However, only six seals were broke off the scroll in Chapter 6. Chapter 7 mentions nothing about a scroll, seals or their effects. The chapter is an interlude, a pause or a break in the continuity of the subject. God resumes the Seals topic later in Chapter 8. The “Interlude Format” is a well-defined pattern that the Trumpet and Vial Plagues also follow.

Revelation Chapter 7 is about 144,000 selected Israelites and the Great Gentile Multitude. They represent two primary groups of Christians; Israel and the Church. Gentile Christians are martyred and persecuted during the first 3 ½ years of the Satanic Trinity Tribulation, while Israel enjoys peace. God delays plaguing the Trinity Beast, its followers and the Earth until 144,000 elected Israelites are saved. There are supposed to be 12,000 saved from each of the 12 whole tribes of Israel.

John testifies of seeing a countless number of Gentiles before the throne and before the Lamb dressed in white robes praising The Father and the Son. This is clearly the Church, which goes through and comes out of the Tribulation. There is no verse in the Bible that says: The Church gets raptured before the Tribulation while others are left behind. In fact the Rapture happens at the end of the Tribulation and it is of the remnant of the 144,000 elect (Mat. 24:29-31).

The chapter ends with the prospect of God living with these Tribulation Saints in His temple or New Jerusalem, which is paradise on earth.

Replacement Theology is the idea of replacing Israel with the Church and Jerusalem with heaven because the New Covenant is greater. The problem with this doctrine is that it is heresy. God has not rejected His own people, who are the nation of Israel (Rom. 11:1-2). Israel has rejected Jesus and because of their disobedience, God has made salvation available to Gentiles (Rom. 11:11). However, if Israel repents, God will save them faster than a Gentile who repents (Rom. 11:23-24). Some major denominations, which teach Replacement Theology, say that their Gentile elders are the spiritual 144,000 sealed in Revelation 7:4-8. This is not even the case because Chapter 7 contains both the Israeli and the Gentile Church groups of Saints and non of them are spiritual. Anyway, the 144,000 Israelites are selected and saved just before the Trumpet Plagues fall in the middle of the Tribulation. Moreover, it does not make sense replacing Jerusalem with heaven because Jerusalem is the final fate of the Saints (Rev. 21).

The Purpose

The Book of Revelation was written to seasoned Christians, who have an intimate relationship with King Jesus and who know His Word. The Revelation of King Jesus is the ultimate Bible book that completes everything we need to know about Christ so that our relationship can grow to the highest heights. This is why we study the fundamental books of the Bible, so that we can understand the revealed prophecies of King Jesus.

The Lesson

This lesson on Chapter 7 of the Book of Revelation is apart of a free online Bible Study Course on the Book of Revelation presented and hosted by StreetPreacher. Students will learn the Book of Revelation, verse by verse, from an Israeli, evangelical, futuristic, pre-millennial, prewrath rapture perspective using a modified version of the King James Bible.

The Lesson covers:
α) A Review of the Quiz from Chapter 6
β) No Plagues Until 144,000 are Sealed (7:1-3)
γ) 144,000 Sealed (7:4-8)
δ) Great Multitude Before the Throne (7:9-12)
ε) Tribulation Saints live with God (7:13-17)
ζ) A Quiz on this Chapter 7 of The Book of Revelation.

On the Final Exam, I will direct the students on how to easily write a book or a booklet on the Book of Revelation from the Course Lessons and Quizzes.

Free Revelation Study Course: Chapter 6

 

The Six Seals

The Sixth Chapter of the Book of Revelation is about six major, worldwide events that will happen on earth when King Jesus breaks off each seal from a scroll in heaven. The events occur during the last seven years on earth before Christ comes back. The period is known as the “Satanic Trinity Tribulation” of the Jews and the world.

After uncovering the prophecies of this chapter, you will learn that God is the Master mystery writer when it comes to elusion. Revelation Chapter 6 is a small piece of the intricate, prophecy puzzle that fits perfectly in its place while supporting and being supported by other scripture.

The events include:
α) The Antichrist becomes the world dictator
β) World wars
γ) World famines
δ) World death and massive casualties
ε) The blood of the martyred Saints who were killed in the Tribulation cry out to God for vengeance
ζ) King Jesus comes back, not to avenge the Saints yet, but to pick us up to take us to “The Marriage Supper of the Lamb” in heaven (Rev. 19:7-9). This will be the “First Resurrection of the dead” and “The Rapture” of the remnant of the elect when Jesus comes back riding on the clouds at the first stage of His return (Mat. 24:29-31).

The Purpose

The Book of Revelation was written to seasoned Christians, who have an intimate relationship with King Jesus and who know His Word. The Revelation of King Jesus is the ultimate Bible book that completes everything we need to know about Christ so that our relationship can grow to the highest heights. This is why we study the fundamental books of the Bible, so that we can understand the revealed prophecies of King Jesus.

The Lesson

This lesson on Chapter 6 of the Book of Revelation is apart of a free online Bible Study Course on the Book of Revelation presented and hosted by StreetPreacher. Students will learn the Book of Revelation, verse by verse, from an Israeli, evangelical, futuristic, pre-millennial, prewrath rapture perspective using a modified version of the King James Bible.

The Lesson covers:
α) A Review of the Quiz from Chapter 5
β) First Seal – White Horse (6:1-2)
γ) Second Seal – Red Horse (6:3-4)
δ) Third Seal – Black Horse (6:5-6)
ε) Fourth Seal – Pale Horse (6:7-8)
ζ) Fifth Seal – Souls Under the Altar (6:9-11)
η) Sixth Seal – Christ Returns (6:12-17)
θ) A Quiz on this Chapter 6 of The Book of Revelation.

On the Final Exam, I will direct the students on how to easily write a book or a booklet on the Book of Revelation from the Course Lessons and Quizzes.

Free Revelation Study Course: Chapter 5

 

The Lamb and the Scroll

Revelation Chapter 5 is about the Lamb of God and a scroll with seven seals that John sees in in the right hand of the Father who sits His throne in heaven. John records himself crying because no one was able to open and read the scroll in the Father’s right hand. An elder tells John to stop crying because the Lion of the tribe of Judah, who is the Lamb, has prevailed and can break off the seals to read the scroll. When the Lamb took the scroll out of the right hand of Him who sat on the throne, the four beasts and twenty-four elders fell down on their faces and sang a new song of worship to the Lamb. Then, millions of angels joined in to praise the Lamb. Finally, John hears every creature in heaven, on earth and in the sea blessing and honoring Him who sits on the throne and the Lamb.

The fifth chapter of the Book of Revelation expands out understanding of King Jesus. The Chapter explains that Christ deserves to be worshiped and He is the only one who qualifies to open the scroll from the Father and read it. This is because Jesus was slain to redeem Creation with His blood, which has made us priests unto our God and kings in King Jesus’ Millennial Kingdom.

The Purpose

The Book of Revelation was written to seasoned Christians, who have an intimate relationship with King Jesus and who know His Word. The Revelation of King Jesus is the ultimate Bible book that completes everything we need to know about Christ so that our relationship can grow to the highest heights. This is why we study the fundamental books of the Bible, so that we can understand the revealed prophecies of King Jesus

The Lesson

This lesson on Chapter 5 of the Book of Revelation is apart of a free online Bible Study Course on the Book of Revelation presented and hosted by StreetPreacher. Students will learn the Book of Revelation, verse by verse, from an Israeli, evangelical, futuristic, pre-millennial, prewrath rapture perspective using a modified version of the King James Bible.

The Lesson covers:
α) A Review of The Quiz from Chapter 4
β) The Seven-Sealed Scroll (5:1-11)
γ) The Slain Lamb of Redemption (5:6-14)
δ) Worship & Praise Crescendo (5:8-14)
ε) A Quiz on this Chapter 5 of The Book of Revelation.

On the Final Exam, I will direct the students on how to easily write a book or a booklet on the Book of Revelation from the Course Lessons and Quizzes.

Free Revelation Study Course: Chapter 4

 

God’s Throne in Heaven

Revelation Chapter 4 is about God’s throne in heaven. In verse 1, Jesus calls John’s spirit up to heaven to show him what heaven looks like and what will happen, in heaven and on earth, in the future. John describes and records seeing the Father sitting on His throne and a rainbow encircled the throne. Twenty-four elders were seated around the throne. Lightning, thunder and voices came from the throne. Seven lamps of fire blazed before the throne. A sea of crystal glass was before the throne. Four beasts of worship and praise were. around the throne. They praise God endlessly, saying: “Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty, who was, and is, and is to come.” When those beasts praise and thank the eternal Father sitting on His throne, the twenty-four elders fall on their faces and worship the eternal Father who sits on the throne.

In Revelation Chapter 4, the Apostle John spiritually went to heaven, came back and lived to tell the story. What awesome insight into the throne room of God is this chapter? John’s testimony of what he saw gives us a greater understanding of the Father, and it inspires us to be more faithful.

The Purpose

The Book of Revelation was written to seasoned Christians, who have an intimate relationship with King Jesus and who know His Word. The Revelation of King Jesus is the ultimate Bible book that completes everything we need to know about Christ so that our relationship can grow to the highest heights. This is why we study the fundamental books of the Bible, so that we can understand the revealed prophecies of King Jesus.

The Lesson

This lesson on Chapter 4 of the Book of Revelation is apart of a free online Bible Study Course on the Book of Revelation presented and hosted by StreetPreacher. Students will learn the Book of Revelation, verse by verse, from an Israeli, evangelical, futuristic, pre-millennial, prewrath rapture perspective using a modified version of the King James Bible.

The Lesson covers:
α) God’s Throne in Heaven (4)
β) Twenty-Four Elders (4:4,10-11)
γ) The Sea of Glass (4:6)
δ) Four Living Beasts (4:6-9)
ε) A Quiz on this Chapter 4 of the Book of Revelation.

On the Final Exam, I will direct the students on how to easily write a book or a booklet on the Book of Revelation from the Course Lessons and Quizzes.

Free Revelation Study Course: Chapter 3

 

Letters to the Last 3 Churches in Asia Minor

In Revelation Chapter 3, Jesus Christ tells John to write and send three letters to the last three of the seven respective pastors of the Churches in Asia Minor. In the letters, Jesus tells the Churches who He is and that He is watching all of their works. He commends their good works and tells them that there will be great rewards if they overcome evil works and remain faithful. He also warns and rebukes those of their evil works that He sees them do and He tells them to repent before it is too late.

The third chapter of the Book of Revelation should be an eye-opener for the Laodicean Church age of today. Recall that Laodicea is the only Church that has not done anything correct or pleasing to Christ. Jesus responds to our lukewarm spirit by saying He wishes we were hot or cold. Since we are lukewarm, He will reject us by spitting us out of His mouth because we make is stomach sick, spiritually. This means our salvation is in jeopardy. Jesus knows the works of everyone (verse 15) and He rebukes and warns our Laodicean spirit that we had better start doing good works that please Him before it is too late (verses 19-20, 22); and what do Pastors teach? “Once saved, always saved,” and “We are saved only by grace not by works.” Christians are being taught everything except the lessons of the Book of Revelation, which contains the terms of the New Covenant Agreement of our salvation. Initially, we can only be saved by faith in the sacrificial blood of King Jesus. However, to maintain our salvation, we need to do “good works” that please Christ. He did not invest in our salvation for nothing. He expects to receive a great return of “good works” from us in addition to us not sinning.

The Purpose

The Book of Revelation was written to seasoned Christians, who have an intimate relationship with King Jesus and who know His Word. The Revelation of King Jesus is the ultimate Bible book that reveals everything we need to know about Christ so that our relationship can grow to the highest heights. This is why we study the fundamental books of the Bible, so that we can understand the revealed prophecies of The King

The Lesson

This lesson on Chapter 3 of the Book of Revelation is apart of a free online Bible Study Course on the Book of Revelation presented and hosted by StreetPreacher. Students will learn the Book of Revelation, verse by verse, from an Israeli, evangelical, futuristic, pre-millennial, prewrath rapture perspective using a modified version of the King James Bible.

The Lesson covers:
α) The Dead Church (3:1-6)
β) The Faithful Church (3:7-13)
γ) The Lukewarm Church (3:14-20)
δ) Rewards For Overcoming Evil (3:21-22)
ε) A Quiz on this Chapter 3 of the Book of Revelation.

On the Final Exam, I will direct the students on how to easily write a book or a booklet on the Book of Revelation from the Course Lessons and Quizzes.

Free Revelation Study Course: Chapter 2

 

Letters to the First 4 Churches in Asia Minor

In Revelation Chapter 2, Jesus Christ tells John to write and send four letters to the Pastors of the first four of seven Churches in Asia Minor. In the letters, Jesus tells the congregation who He is and that He is watching all of their works. He commends their good works and tells them that there will be great rewards if they overcome evil works and remain faithful. He also warns and rebukes those of their evil works that He sees them do and He tells them to repent before it is too late.

We thank You, Father God for these letters to every Christian who has or will ever live, to evaluate and admonish us and to set us back on the right path.

The Purpose

The Book of Revelation was written to seasoned Christians, who have an intimate relationship with King Jesus and who know His Word. The Revelation of King Jesus is the ultimate Bible book that reveals everything we need to know about Christ so that our relationship can grow to the highest heights. This is why we study the fundamental books of the Bible, so that we can understand the revealed prophecies of The King.

The Lesson

This lesson on Chapter 2 of the Book of Revelation is apart of a free online Bible Study Course on the Book of Revelation presented and hosted by StreetPreacher. Students will learn the Book of Revelation, verse by verse, from an Israeli, evangelical, futuristic, pre-millennial, prewrath rapture perspective using a modified version of the King James Bible.

The Lesson covers:
α) The Church of Abandoned Love (2:1-7)
β) The Tribulated Church (2:8-11)
γ) The Church of Compromise (2:12-17)
δ) The Corrupted Church (2:18-29)
ε) A Quiz on this Chapter 2 of the Book of Revelation.

On the Final Exam, I will direct the students on how to easily write a book or a booklet on the Book of Revelation from the Course Lessons and Quizzes.

Free Revelation Study Course: Chapter 1

 

The Revelation of Jesus Christ & Blessings

The first chapter of the Book of Revelation unveils the prophecies of Jesus Christ, which will take place in the future. God gave Christ this revelation who showed it, in a vision through His angel, to His servant John who was exiled to the island of Patmos. John was commanded to write in a book everything that he saw and send it to the seven Churches in Asia.

Chapter 1 lays the foundation for the Book of Revelation, which is the fifth gospel of Jesus Christ. The Book is 90% prophetic and 10% historic, unlike the previous four gospels, which are about 10% prophetic and 90% historic. Therefore, the futuristic interpretation most accurately describes the contents of this book. In Chapter 1 verse 11, Jesus tells John to write in a book and send the book unto the seven Churches so that those reading and hearing these prophecies can be blessed. This entire book is supposed to be read to believers in the Church. God knew that our faith-walk would be enhanced by knowing the future concerning Jesus. Unfortunately, next to nothing is being read or preached on this topic. This is why God inspired me to create this free resource for you. Enjoy it!!!

Purpose

The Book of Revelation was written to seasoned Christians, who have an intimate relationship with King Jesus and who know His Word. The Revelation of King Jesus is the ultimate Bible book that reveals everything we need to know about Christ so that our relationship can grow to the highest heights. This is why we study the fundamental books of the Bible, so that we can understand the revealed prophecies of The King

The Lesson

This lesson on Chapter 1 of the Book of Revelation is apart of a free online Bible Study Course on the Book of Revelation presented and hosted by StreetPreacher. Students will learn the Book of Revelation, verse by verse, from an Israeli, evangelical, futuristic, pre-millennial, prewrath rapture perspective using a modified version of the King James Bible.

The Lesson covers:
α) The Revelation of Jesus Christ & Blessings (1:1-3)
β) Greetings To The 7 Churches & Praises (1:4-8)
γ) Exiled on Patmos – 7 Letters (1:9-11)
δ) Vision of the Glory of The Son Of Man (1:12-19)
ε) Interpretation of the Vision (1:9-11)
ζ) A Quiz on this Chapter 1 of the Book of Revelation.

On the Final Exam, I will direct the students on how to easily write a book or a booklet on the Book of Revelation from the Course Lessons and Quizzes.

Free Revelation Study Course: Introduction

 

The Introduction

Some people think that the Book of Revelation is too scary and they are afraid to read it. They have the spirit of fear, which needs to be rebuked because God does not want us to be afraid of anything. He did not give us a spirit of fear but He gave us the Spirit of power and a sound mind. God knew that our faith walk with Christ will be greater by our knowledge of future events concerning Jesus.

In this Introduction of the Book of Revelation, we will define a few glossary terms of the main views and interpretations of this book for your reference. We will also preview the Book and examine this study format.

The Purpose

The Book of Revelation was written to seasoned Christians, who have an intimate relationship with King Jesus and who know His Word. The Revelation of King Jesus is the ultimate Bible book that reveals everything we need to know about Christ so that our relationship can grow to the highest heights. This is why we study the fundamental books of the Bible, so that we can understand the revealed prophecies of The King.

The Lesson

This Introduction to the Book of Revelation is apart of a free online Bible Study Course on the Book of Revelation presented and hosted by StreetPreacher. Students will learn the Book of Revelation, verse by verse, from an Israeli, evangelical, futuristic, pre-millennial, prewrath rapture perspective using a modified version of the King James Bible.

The Lesson covers:
α) Glossary Terms
β) Views & Interpretations
γ) Preview of the Book of Revelation
δ) Chapter & Subtitles of the Book of Revelation
ε) The Study Format of the Course.
ζ) A Quiz on this “Introduction of the Book of Revelation.

On the Final Exam, I will direct the students on how to easily write a book or a booklet on the Book of Revelation from the Course Lessons and Quizzes.

Easter or Passover

Easter or Passover?

 
Passover

Happy^Easter

Easter Sunday is a Babylonian, pagan holiday which idolizes the fertility, sex goddess Ishtar, aka Astarte aka Easter who is Nimrod’s widow, Queen Semiramis. On Easter Sunday, 70 virgins are impregnated. The following Easter, the 3-month-old infants are sacrificed to Ishtar and eggs are dipped into the blood. This explains the ritual why eggs, which are symbols of her fertility, are dyed or painted on Easter. And the bunny rabbit that multiplies like crazy is a token of her sexuality. When you dress up to celebrate this day and say “Happy Easter”, you are worshiping Ishtar the fertility, sex goddess. Easter has NOTHING to do with King Jesus (Jesus Christ from the Geek).
Source: Michael Rood

Church Lies

Throughout the years, paganism, denominational religion, politics and plain ol’ deception have crept into the doctrine of King Jesus. Today’s western gentile churches are deceiving God’s people unto destruction by these lies. Christians think they are glorifying God by wearing flashy clothes and being puffed-up on Easter Sunday. This sounds more like vanity and pride to me. Jesus rebuked the Pharisees of His day for wearing flashy robes (Luk. 20:46) and praised the Apostle John as the greatest person, who dressed like a bum (Luk. 7:24-28). God hates Easter.

Good Friday is another lie that isn’t even in the bible. How can you get three days and three nights from around 5pm on Good Friday to around 5am on Easter Sunday? The most you can get is 1 1/2 days. They had to get King Jesus off of the cross before the Feast of Unleavened Bread, which began at sunset on Passover, because the Jewish leaders did not want the bodies left on the crosses during the Feast (John 19:31). If they took Him down and placed Him in the tomb before sunset Wednesday, then our King could have rested peacefully for 3 whole days before getting up after sunset Saturday.

God’s Holidays

The truth is The Feasts of The LORD are God’s High, Holy Days (Lev. 23:1-44) that King Jesus has/will fulfill. He was crucified on Passover, buried during The Feast of Unleavened Bread, resurrected on The Feast of Firstfruits and has sent His Holy Spirit on Pentecost (The Feast of 50 Days). When He comes back, He will:

  1. Rapture the remnant of the elect, Mat.24:22, 1 Thes. 4:16-18 (what remains of the 144,000 of the 12 tribes of Israel that the Beast hasn’t killed yet towards the end of the Tribulation), on The Feast of Trumpets. The anti-Christ would have done away with the Church by the first 3 1/2 years of the Tribulation. See ‘His Name is Jesus, He is Coming Back! The Last 7 Years
  2. Atone for the sins of the Nation of Israel and they will accept Him as their Messiah (The King) on the Day of Atonement. The world-ruling anti-Christ is against Jesus, Jews and Christians. When he starts persecuting the Jews, they will cry out to Jesus and He will fight for them by the second half of the Tribulation.
  3. Split the Mount of Olives with His feet and He will dwell on earth among us as our King at the Holy City Jerusalem on The Feast of Tabernacles (Zech 14:1-11), just like when God dwelt among us in a Tabernacle and the Israelites dwelt in tents in the desert. All of the nations will go up to Jerusalem to worship King Jesus every year on this Feast throughout Jesus’ millennial reign (Zech. 14:16-20).

Passover-Prophesy

During the Exodus of the Israelites from Egypt, each family was to select a perfect lamb without blemish and sacrifice it. Then they were to sprinkle its blood on the doorframe to cause the Destroying Angel to Passover and not kill the first-born of that house. The Israelites were commanded to never forget this day by celebrating it every year (Ex. 12:1-14).

Know Your Roots

God has started out with Israel who has done a wonderful job of preserving His living oracles. His gifts and His call are irrevocable (Rom. 11:29-32). The gentiles have been grafted into the branches, not the supporting roots, of Israel at the cross (Rom. 11:17-21, 24-27). There is no “Gentile Entrance Gate” to the New Jerusalem Holy City. The New Testament did not fall out of the sky. It is the continuation of, and constantly refers to The Old Testament (Judaism minus the Oral Law), which shall by no means pass away until all have been fulfilled (Mat 5:17-20). When you don’t teach the fundamental, Hebrew Roots of Christianity, you allow Christians to believe stories like:

Jesus was a clean-shaven, black man with woolly, kinky hair. He was born on Christmas day, killed on Good Friday and was resurrected on Easter Sunday. The church that He has founded has been granted licension (license to sin) through grace. She has replaced Israel and heaven has replaced Jerusalem. Since He has done away with The Old Testament and the Sabbaths, it is O.K. to worship pagan gods on pagan holidays.

Passover Fulfilled

The way that Israel would recognize The Messiah (The King) is that He would fulfill all that has been written about Him, especially The 7 Feasts that Israel has been rehearsing for thousands of years. King Jesus has fulfilled The Passover Feast by laying down His life, on the very day and hour of Passover, as the sacrificial Lamb of God to save the world from destruction (John 1:29, John 19:28-30, ). Anyone who applies Jesus’ blood over his/her life by faith will be saved.

Observe Passover

As believers in King Jesus, you do not have to observe Passover like the Jews do. However, since it now represents to us the Love of God when He sent His perfect Son to suffer and die for our sins, who we owe our life, is reason enough to do everything possible to glorify our King on this anniversary. Dressing up for Ishtar and telling your kids pagan stories of an Easter bunny that is coming to bring Easter eggs dipped in blood, is probably idolatry. At the very least try to keep the day holy because it is a High Sabbath onto our King. God does not have a problem giving us the things we pray for. Can we offer up obedience and the sacrifice of our heart’s desires to make Him happy?

This year, Passover begins at sunset on March 28th of 2021. The Feast of Unleavened Bread also begins at sunset on March 28th but ends at sunset of April 4th. The Feast of Firstfruits begins at sunset on April 4th until sunset April 5th of 2021. The High Sabbaths are 3/28 and 4/3/2021 according to Michael Rood’s Corrected Hebrew Calendar. Compare these dates to Easter Sunday, which falls on April 4, 2021 and the traditional Passover/Unleavened Bread Feast which is at sunset March 27th through sunset April 4th of 2021. Keep in mind that Judaism celebrates the Holyday and the day before the Holyday to make sure they celebrate the correct day because of an historical confusion that threw off the Hebrew calendar by one day.

Note: Passover falls on the fourteenth day of the first month of the year on the Hebrew calendar.  This is called the month of the Aviv. It is calculated by observing the maturity stage of barley in Jerusalem. If the stage of barley is at two weeks before it is ripe, then that month is the month of the Aviv, or else Aviv defaults to the next month (April). It makes sense because the barley is needed, a couple of days after Passover, for the Firstfuits offering. Pagan Easter falls on the first Sunday after the first full moon after the vernal equinox. These two holidays sometimes coincide, but they can also be weeks apart.

When we observe Passover, we honor The Father and exalt The Son high by remembering He was the sacrificial Lamb of God without blemish whose blood saves us from destruction. I wish you Happy salvation from destruction because His blood causes it to Passover us or simply, “Happy Passover.”

No Passover Deceptions

I am The StreetPreacher, preaching the gospels of King Jesus and His Kingdom on the streets of New York City from a Hebrew perspective. I do not want you to perish from religious, political or government deception. Therefore, I pray for you:

Holy Father up in heaven, You are so great in the way that you operate. You have revealed Your ways to Your humble children. However, Father God, even at this time there are still some who are mislead. In Yeshua’s name, I pray that You will open their hearts and minds to understand the deep mysteries of Yeshua through Your typecasts, foreshadows and patterns. I believe that it is true.

Pray with me with your mouth saying:

Father God who is most gracious, we thank you for always answering our prays. In the mighty name of King Jesus we ask that You reveal Your ways to us concerning Yeshua and Your appointed feasts so that we can serve You in Spirit and in truth. Amen.

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