This Phase is our third witness to establish our blueprint. The first witness was Phase 2, the second witness is Phase 4, and now the third witness, the Feasts of Israel. These feasts foreshadow the calendar for the Bride. This first feast day of Passover is a "shadow of things to come" or the one foreshadowed is Christ. (Col.2:16-17, 1 Cor.5:7-8) Passover was the beginning of the year for the "church in the wilderness." (Exod.12:1-2, Acts.7:38)Christ offering Himself as the Passover was the beginning for the Church, and it is our beginning as we are "born again." This was when Israel came out of Egypt as "a peculiar treasure ...and...a kingdom of priests, and a holy nation." (Exod.19:1-6) The same is true for the believer in Christ. (1 Peter.2:5-9, Rev.1:6; 5:10) When we receive Christ, we are "penciled in" (so-to-speak) on God's calendar to be part of His Bride. I say "penciled in” because we have to make ourselves ready, (Rev.19:7) out of obedience to God's Word. This chart combinesPhase 2,Phase 4, and the beginning of the Three Feasts of Israel. (Phase 8, 9 and 11) Coming Soon
The next step as we "press (individually and the Church, the Body Christ universally) towards the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus." (Phil.1:14) The Bride of Christ.
Phase 8/ Table of Contents
Page 1. The Feast of Passover / a beginning of months Page 2. Passover celebrated when God decides Page 3. All were to keep Celebrate) Passover Page 4. The Passover [Lamb] was kept for 4 days, then slain Page 5. All were keep the Passover. NO exceptions! Page 6. The whole congregation of Israel Page 7. They had to apply the blood Page 8. The Lamb was roasted with fire Page 9. They were to eat the Lamb with their loins girded, shoes on and staff in hand
Page 10. The Feast of Unleavened Bread Page 11. What does "leaven" model" for the New Testament? Page 12. NO leaven to be found in their "house" for seven days Page 13. Water Baptism puts the "leaven" out our house
Page 14. The Feast of Firstfruits Page 15. Jesus fulfilled the "sheaf of the first fruits" in His resurrection