Jews around the world begin to observe the seven Jewish Feasts as they celebrate Passover

Jimmy DeYoung

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JD: Why did God actually give seven Jewish Feasts to the Jewish people? What was his reason for doing that and the first one of course was Passover?

SH: As our listeners might look eventually in the book of Leviticus, Leviticus 23 they’ll see seven Feasts as you just said. And as they go forward in the scriptures those Feasts tell a story a narrative. It begins of course with redemption and end with Tabernacles. We can see the plan of God for his people through those seven Feasts. We starts off with the Passover it is one day and then there is the Feast of Unleavened Bread which follows immediately after and on that eighth day of course is the First Fruit.

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