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Daily manna from the Torah by Dr Ketriel Blad


Pinchas 41-7

Snake mouth

Numbers 29:12-40 (Heb. 30:1)

'On the fifteenth day of the seventh month, hold a sacred assembly and do no regular work. Celebrate a festival to the LORD for seven days. Present an offering made by fire as an aroma pleasing to the LORD, a burnt offering of thirteen young bulls, two rams and fourteen male lambs a year old, all without defect.

Num. 29:12-13 NIV

How can we see the redemption programme in the feasts?

The redemption programme in the Messiah is marked in all the Eternal's feasts. This portion of the Torah first speaks of the continuing sacrifice, day by day. That speaks of Yeshua's death who was hung at nine in the morning when the morning lamb was sacrificed in the temple and died at three in the afternoon when the afternoon lamb was offered. Yeshua's death atones for the sins of Israel and the world continually in the heavenly realms morning and afternoon.

Then it speaks about the additional Shabbat sacrifice that also brings to mind Yeshua who had to die so that Israel can have peace in Shabbat, and the world can have peace in the seventh millennium after Adam's creation.

Then it speaks about the new moon that reminds us of the first Adam's creation, the birth of the second Adam and his return in glory on a new moon.

Then, it follows with the annual feasts that also speak of the redemption programme in Yeshua. On the first month, the redemption's month, God's Lamb came to be hung on the 14th afternoon, according to the prophetic shadow of the Passover.

The seven days of the unleavened breads feast speak of seven thousand years of history in which all can benefit from his sacrifice and get forgiveness of sins in heaven, thanks to the death of the truly Righteous one who atones for the sins of all generations and all peoples. Thanks to his sacrifice there is forgiveness for all, from the first Adam to the last man born.

The first day convocation of the seven days of unleavened bread feast speaks of the first redemption; the convocation of the seventh day speaks of the redemption that will come on the seventh millennium since the creation.

The feast of the weeks speaks of the completion of the first part of the messianic redemption and the beginning of the High Priest Malki Tzedek ministry in the heavenly tabernacle.

The first day of the seventh month is the day of the Messiah's return in glory with the first resurrection of the death and the beginning of the judgment.

The tenth day of the seventh month is the end of the judgment when everyone will be rewarded according to his deeds and justice will be established in the whole world under the Davidic kingdom.

On the fifteenth day of the seventh month the celebration of the feast of the tabernacles begins. This feast corresponds to the wedding of the Lamb that will last a thousand years. On the eighth day, the feast of the tabernacles will end and the new Yerushalaim will be settled on the new earth together with a worldwide everlasting justice. Then, the Eternal will be One and His name One forever.

Blessed be the Eternal for having revealed some of His redemption plan to us!

Ketriel


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