The Seven Biblical Feasts

Based on Leviticus 23:4-43

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  1. Based on Lev 23:4-43, You write above “Of all the holidays given throughout history, only these 7 were given by God to His People Israel.”?
    If you are talking about appointed “annual” feasts this quote above is probably true?
    But what about Lev 23:2, which teaches that the following are MY APPOINTED FEASTS and THE APPOINTED FEASTS OF THE LORD, (ALL) SACRED ASSEMBLIES. Including the weekly Sabbath day Lev 23:3.

    Why do you take away from scripture and put aside the Sabbath day itself from your appointed feasts and their fulfillment? Tabernacles is not prophetically fulfilled by the millennium at all. The 7th day weekly Sabbath is fulfilled topologically by the millennium, corresponding to the 7th millennial day of our promised REST reigning with Him over the earth as His wife/queen.
    Tabernacles is fulfilled in the 7/8-day Messianic banquet begun 5-days after the Lord`s return to earth on Tishri 10, the day all Israel is saved. Then comes the wedding supper of the Lamb for 1 week Tishri 15 – 21/22.
    How does a supposedly consistent literalist interpreter of FOI turn a literal 7/8-day feast into a literal 1,000-years????????
    Adam physically died the DAY he sinned at age 930-years. 70-years before his 1-DAY was concluded because sometimes a DAY to the Lord is as 1,000-years.
    Where do you get the teaching that 7/8-days can sometimes mean 1,000-years? Or maybe 1,000-years means 7/8-days?

    Tishri 1= The resurrection rapture, judgment/rewards, wedding dress of white and fully married in heavens heavenly Jerusalem.
    Tishri 10 = The second advent is the 1st day of the coming 1,000-year kingdom.
    Tishri 15 – 21/22 = Tabernacles/wedding supper/Mesianic banquet/reception/covenent renewl on earth, Jerusalem.

    Tishri 10 = Advent day 1 of Jubilee year 6,001 A.M.
    Millennium = 7th day of our glorified kingdom rest.
    Then forever new heaven and new earth Tishri 10 in year 7,001 A.M. < onwards.

    Glen

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