Tabernacles: The Season of Joy

God has a pattern that unlocks His promises and brings us into His presence. In the Old Testament, we see that God the Father designed seven feasts, as expounded upon in Leviticus 23. They all point to Jesus and the things that will happen in the New Covenant. These seven feasts are God’s own holy days with specific instructions given for their observance. They’re also known as “holidays”, and each individual holiday has a special …

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Tabernacles & Glory

God has a pattern that unlocks His promises and brings us into His presence. In the Old Testament, we see that God the Father designed seven feasts, as expounded upon in Leviticus 23. They all point to Jesus and the things that will happen in the New Covenant. These seven feasts are God’s own holy days with specific instructions given for their observance. They’re also known as “holidays”, and each individual holiday has a special …

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Tabernacles: Like A Family

Three times in a year shall all the males appear before the Lord thy God in the place which he shall choose… in the feast of unleavened bread, and in the feast of weeks, and in the feast of tabernacles; and they shall not appear before the Lord empty. Every man shall give as he is able, according to the blessing of the lord thy God which he hath given thee..” Dt 16:16-17

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The Anointing of Atonement

God has a spiritual pattern that unlocks His promises and brings us into His presence. We can only access His divine patterns through our faith in Jesus Christ. The Day of Atonement reveals the necessity of prayer and dedication to position yourself through repentance for restoration and His divine calling for your life.
Atonement is what facilitates the restoration of all that God has promised us. It is only until you have been made “one” …

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The Restoration of Atonement

God’s promises are always acquired through using one’s faith in Jesus Christ. His promises depend on meeting His spiritual conditions. Faith is what precipitates gaining anything spiritually, and it is also what precipitates being able to give anything away spiritually. As children of God, we are vessels of spiritual power, able to receive life from Jesus Christ, and also able to share His life with others in the hopes that they may receive Him as…

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