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Unlock the prophetic significance of the biblical feasts!

"The lord spoke to Moses, saying, 'Speak to the people of Israel and say to them, these are the appointed feast of the lord that you shall proclaim as holy convocations; they are my appointed feasts.'" (Lev. 23:1-2, ESV)

The Feasts of the Lord have powerful and prophetic significance to God's people, both Jew and gentile. Each feast is a picture of Jesus the Messiah and represents one of seven phases of spiritual development in your life!

In this intriguing and biblically sound study, Dr. Richard Booker takes you on a revelatory journey through the Bible, showing you how the ancient biblical feasts are relevant for your spiritual growth today.

Get life-changing revelation of the significance of:

  • Passover
  • Unleavened bread
  • First fruits
  • Pentecost
  • Trumpets
  • Atonement
  • Tabernacles

From the new birth found in Passover and the Crucifixion all the way to entering God's rest found in the Feast of Tabernacles and the Second Coming, you will discover how the seven biblical feasts powerfully impact your faith journey with the Lord.

Learn to encounter God in a fresh, powerful way by unlocking the prophetic significance of the Feasts of the Lord!

©2016 Richard Booker (P)2016 Destiny Image Publishers

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Eye-opening and fascinating

Want to know what the feasts are given for? Read this book! This is a huge piece of the puzzle that has been missing from christian theology for a long, long time!

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  • Kenny Bremer
  • 29-09-18

Amazing!

I was looking for something good and almost passed this one up because of the two bad reviews.
Obviously, if you've heard Richard preach a series on this, the book probably won't have any new information, but that's no good reason for a bad review. And as for being "a little preachy", celebrating Jesus is right in the title of the book... what else could be expected?

I'm already reasonably educated in the feasts of the Lord, but this was very enjoyable to listen to. I especially enjoyed the expanded chapter on Hanukkah. There aren't many books I'd read (or listen) to twice, but I'm keeping this one to review every once in a while.

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  • Erica:)
  • 15-12-20

Definitely recommend!

We as western Christians do ourselves such a disservice by not educating in the customs of the Jewish people... I’ve been doing so for a couple of years now and this is by far one of the best overall Feasts books I’ve read. The Word of God becomes so much more alive and real once you fully understand the “whys and hows” of the Old Testament... it’s beautiful but even more so when you realize every single thing, regardless how tiny, points straight to Jesus, Yeshua Hamashiach! Praise God!

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  • Mary
  • 28-06-17

Disappointing

I heard the author on TV and I thought the book would be very good. It is overly elementary for me. Perhaps a new Christian would feel differently.

Also the narrator sounded robotic and stilted. I couldn't finish the book.

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  • Jane Jech
  • 18-06-21

Wonderful info - but couldn’t finish.

Information in this book is amazing but I will have to finish it by reading. This narrator drove me crazy! 95% of his phrases (not sentences!) end on a low pitch. It was SO monotonous.

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  • D. W. Sargent
  • 23-02-21

Get a printed copy instead

I actually thought the narrator was a text-to-voice software program. That's how robotic he sounded. The content is good, but it's hard for me not to zone out while listening to it because of how monotonous the performance is. Also, it sounded like there are some charts referenced that might be helpful to see. So, this is one I'd recommend getting a printed copy for instead.

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  • Levi, the Prince
  • 08-04-17

a good resource but

I believe it is important to understand the Jewish roots of the Christian faith. this book can serve as a good resource however it is a bit preachy! if you question your belief in Christ This Book may be for you.