Seven feasts, three seasons, and one day—that is the thumbnail sketch of the feasts of God listed in the Bible. There are three groupings of feasts in God’s celestial calendar involving seven separate feasts. But none of them are as significant as the one day that was regarded as more important than any other in ancient Israel—the Day of Atonement.
If you are a Blood-bought, born-again child of the living God, you've got something to celebrate. This world is not your home. We were not meant to stay. So, celebrate the end of the age! In this two-part message series, learn about the new year on God's calendar: Rosh Hashanah. On this day, the trumpets of urgency, expectancy, and Holy Ghost festivity begins! Next, we shift our attention to the Great Day of Atonement, the somber day of deep repentance where the High Priest entered the Holy of Holies to offer a sacrifice for all of God's people. But the good gospel news is that revival always sparks through repentance!