Experience the New Testament significance of Old Testament feasts. Serving up rich insights into seven Jewish meals, Zimmerman explains the meaning of each repast, lists materials necessary for observance, and provides complete directions for the events. Help your family or church grasp the symbolic representations of Christ found in Passover, the Sabbath and more.
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Review 1 for Celebrating Biblical Feasts: In Your Home or Church - eBook
Over 30 years ago, I was seeking a way to celebrate the Lord's Feast days with my family. I was excited to meet Margaret Zimmerman at the time that she was publishing "Celebrate the Feast". She gave us a copy of her seder service, and I just want to thank her for blessing our family with this gift. As a family, we started by following her writings about Passover. Now we are celebrating all the feast days and the Sabboth with our children and grandchildren. We have use this book as a reference tool. My only regret is that we did not begin celebrating all the Lord's Feast Days sooner. This book is well written and provides great instructions to begin celebrating the feast. Mrs. Zimmerman has included the important teachings from Yeshua (Jesus)and combined both the Old Testament and New Testament instructions. Celebrating feast days creates the background and experiencial knowledge that will enhance your bibical studies and relationship with the Savior. This is a great book to guide you, your family and friends in"Celebrating the Feast".
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Review 3 for Celebrating Biblical Feasts: In Your Home or Church - eBook
This book makes a valiant attempt to attract Christians by including NT teachings in it's primarily OT discussion about the Biblical Feasts. It's frequent use of scriptures is also commendable. Nevertheless, the author places heavy emphasis on observing the Biblical Feasts utilizing the teachings and traditions of Judaism. Sorry, am not interested.