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Feasts of the Lord and Their Fulfillment (Past and Future)

Feasts of the Lord and Their Fulfillment (Past and Future)

The Feasts of the Lord all represent an event
that is to be fulfilled. The Lord says, “These are My feasts.” These feasts are mine. They all represent wonderful events for God’s
people. Hey guys, it’s George Chuang. There are 7 Feasts of the Lord. The Lord said to Moses, Leviticus 23:2, “Speak
to the children of Israel, and say to them: ‘The feasts of the LORD, which you shall
proclaim to be holy convocations, these are My feasts.’” The first two feasts were the Passover and
the Feast of Unleavened Bread. These two feasts were back to back and in
practice they were observed together as an 8-day festival. Jesus fulfilled the Passover by being the
Passover Lamb. On the night of the Passover you were to eat
the Passover lamb, but not break any of its bones. Why? Because none of Jesus’ bones were broken. When Jesus and the two thieves were hanging
on the cross the Jews asked Pilate to break their legs. When you break their legs, they die faster. They didn’t want them hanging there on the
Sabbath. When your legs are broken you can’t prop
yourself up to breathe and in essence you suffocate and die faster, instead of hanging
there for days. But when the soldiers got to Jesus they noticed
He was already dead, so they didn’t need to break His legs. John tells us, John 19:36, “For these things
were done that the Scripture should be fulfilled, ‘Not one of His bones shall be broken.’” Now Jesus died on the Passover and as the
Jews were killing the Passover lamb Jesus died on the cross. He was the sacrificial lamb that had none
of His bones broken and He died on the Passover. The timing of the Lord is perfection. Now the Feast of Unleavened Bread is the day
after the Passover and it lasts 7 days. Leaven in the bible is symbolic of sin. Unleavened bread represents a sinless life. Jesus was the unleavened bread because He
lived a sinless life. He is the bread of life and the bread which
came down from heaven. For 7 days eat unleavened bread. Eat Jesus the bread of life. He is the unleavened bread. Eat it for 7 days. Seven the number for perfection. Eat the Passover lamb. Jesus was the sacrificial Lamb. Now during this 8-day celebration of the Passover
and the Feast of Unleavened Bread there is another Feast. It’s the Feast of Firstfruits. It occurs in the midst of the Passover celebration. This 8-day celebration is sometimes just referred
to as the Passover celebration. The Passover and the Feast of Unleavened Bread
are treated as one celebration. Now when does the Feast of Firstfruits occur? On the day after the Sabbath. When did Jesus rise from the dead? On the day after the Sabbath. He rose on Sunday the first day of the week,
the day after the Sabbath. Jesus rose from the dead on the Feast of Firstfruits. Jesus was the firstfruits. Paul tells us this in 1 Corinthians 15. Now after Jesus rose many bodies of the saints
also rose from the grave. Matthew 27:52, “…and the graves were
opened; and many bodies of the saints who had fallen asleep were raised; and coming
out of the graves after His resurrection, they went into the holy city and appeared
to many.” They are now the firstfruits saints, but Jesus
was the very first. And He fulfilled it on the feast day, the
Feast of Firstfruits. So, the Passover, the Feast of Unleavened
Bread, and the Feast of Firstfruits Jesus has already fulfilled. These 3 feasts Jesus fulfilled on the feast
day. What feast is after firstfruits? The Feast of Weeks or Pentecost. It occurs 50 days after the Passover Sabbath. What happened on Pentecost? The Holy Spirit was given, and the church
was born. The church was born on the Feast of Weeks,
Pentecost, another feast day. Now, I’m just listing the feasts in the
order God gave them to us in Leviticus 23. I’m not jumping around. The Lord said, “These are My feasts.” The 7 feasts are given to us as follows. The Passover, the Feast of Unleavened Bread,
the Feast of Firstfruits, the Feast of Weeks that’s Pentecost, the Feast of Trumpets,
the Day of Atonement, and the Feast of Tabernacles. Notice how four feasts have already been fulfilled
in the exact order God gave them to us. So what feast is next on God’s timetable? The Feast of Trumpets. What do you do on the Feast of Trumpets? Leviticus 23:23-24, Then the LORD spoke to
Moses, saying, “Speak to the children of Israel, saying: ‘In the seventh month, on
the first day of the month, you shall have a sabbath-rest, a memorial of blowing of trumpets,
a holy convocation.’” You blow trumpets! What does the Feast of Trumpets represent? 1 Corinthians 15:51, “Behold, I tell
you a mystery: We shall not all sleep, but we shall all be changed—in a moment, in
the twinkling of an eye, at the last trumpet. For the trumpet will sound, and the dead will
be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed.” The Feast of Trumpets is the rapture of the
church. The last trumpet is the final trumpet that
Christians are waiting for. Christ blows this trumpet. This has nothing to do with the trumpet judgments,
which are blown by angels. We are waiting for the Lord’s final trumpet. It’s the call of the Lord for His saints. 1 Thessalonians 4:16, “For the Lord Himself
will descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of an archangel, and with the trumpet
of God. And the dead in Christ will rise first.” Now ten days after the Feast of Trumpets comes
the Day of Atonement. What does the Day of Atonement represent? It’s for those who missed the rapture. Leviticus 23:27, “Also the tenth day of
this seventh month shall be the Day of Atonement. It shall be a holy convocation for you; you
shall afflict your souls, and offer an offering made by fire to the LORD.” Afflict your souls God says. Leviticus 23:29, “For any person who is
not afflicted in soul on that same day shall be cut off from his people.” And verse 32, “It shall be to you a sabbath
of solemn rest, and you shall afflict your souls.” Three times God tells them to afflict their
souls. And if you don’t afflict your soul you will
be cut off from his people. Why should you afflict your soul? Because you missed the rapture! “Oh, I missed the rapture!” “I rejected the Messiah!” “How could I have been so foolish as to reject
Jesus!” “What was I thinking?” Ahhhh, an afflicted soul you will surely have
that day if you are of God. If you’re not of God you’ll stand around
and say, “What happened?” “Some kind of alien abduction.” But those who turn to Jesus will be crying
out, “Forgive my foolishness Lord.” “Forgive me!” “I rejected the Messiah!” Now God gave a beautiful picture of Christ’s
work on the Day of Atonement. This is all in Leviticus chapter 16. On the Day of Atonement, the high priest was
to work alone in the tabernacle of meeting. No one is to be in there with him while he’s
atoning for the sins of the people. Leviticus 16:17, “There shall be no man
in the tabernacle of meeting when he goes in to make atonement in the Holy Place…” He must work alone. No one helps him. When he goes into the tabernacle everyone
observes him going in. They know he’s in there making atonement
for the people. Now two goats are used. Both goats represent Jesus. One goat was slaughtered as a sin offering
and its blood is sprinkled 7 times on the mercy seat. Leviticus 17:11, “For it is the blood that
makes atonement for the soul.” God is holy. You’re full of sin. God should strike you down dead. But He doesn’t because something died in
your place. Innocent blood was shed in your place. Aaron the high priest could not just go into
the holy place inside the veil at any time, lest he die. He needed to approach God with blood. The Lord is very clear. Now the other goat, called the scapegoat,
Aaron takes outside and before the people he lays both his hands on the head of the
live goat. And he confesses over it all the sins and
transgressions of the children of Israel, putting all the sins on the head of the goat. Both hands are placed on its head to symbolize
a full transmission of sin. Then the goat is sent away into the wilderness
by the hand of a suitable man. So the goat lives yet he bears all the sins
of the people. Now tradition says the man who led the goat
away into the wilderness eventually threw the goat over a cliff to prevent it from coming
back into the camp. But that’s not what the Lord commanded because
it breaks the picture of Christ. Christ bore the sins of the people and took
the sins away, yet he lives. Christ also died for the sins of the people,
so one goat was killed as a sin offering. Two innocent goats for the sins of the people. Both these goats represent Christ. Now tradition says as the goat began his journey
into the wilderness there would be quite a commotion. Sometimes he would be greeted along the way. Other times people spat on him, pulled his
wool, and pricked him. So too they did to Jesus. They spat on Him, plucked out His beard, and
beat him. Souls were afflicted that day. Even as the Lord commanded. “For any person who is not afflicted in soul on
that same day shall be cut off from his people.” As Jesus was going to the cross Luke tells
us, “And a great multitude of the people followed Him, and women who also mourned and
lamented Him.” Those who loved Him had afflicted souls. Christ was going to be the slaughtered goat
and the sin bearing goat. The high priest passed the sins to the goat
with both his hands. But Christ absorbed the wrath of God with
both his hands as the blood dripped down. From 12pm to 3pm there was darkness over the
land. If you understood the Day of Atonement you
would look at Jesus on the cross and say, “Look! The high priest is working!” “He works alone.” “He’s atoning for the sins of the people.” And as you saw Jesus hanging there, oh the
anguish in your heart. You would have an afflicted soul. If you loved Jesus, you would have agony in
your heart. Luke tells us, “And when Jesus had cried
out with a loud voice, He said, ‘Father, into Your hands I commit My spirit.’ ” Having said this, He breathed His last. So when the centurion saw what had happened,
he glorified God, saying, ‘Certainly this was a righteous Man!’ And the whole crowd who came together to that
sight, seeing what had been done, beat their breasts and returned.” Oh the sorrow, the pain, to see Jesus on that
cross. Now the Day of Atonement symbolized what Christ
did for us. But it’s future fulfillment as one of God’s
appointed feast days will be for the group that gets left behind after the rapture. After the rapture happens there will be a
large group of people who will have afflicted souls because they missed the rapture. And the last feast is the Feast of Tabernacles. This will be fulfilled when Christ returns
and tabernacles with us on earth. Christ will leave His throne in heaven and
live with us here on earth. This is George Chuang teaching from Taiwan. You can support this ministry on Patreon and
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26 thoughts on “Feasts of the Lord and Their Fulfillment (Past and Future)”

  1. You may hear audio level problems. I apologize and will try to fix this in future videos. God bless you and thanks for watching!

  2. Tomorrow is 6260 days since 911. Strong's G626 is To make your defence. Strong's H626 is A gathering. Strong's H6260 is Goat.

  3. I've started celebrating the biblical feasts this year. I finally understand that "fufilled" does not mean "abolished"…

    It's hard to keep up and get days off, but I'm trying.

  4. So when the high priest went alone into the temple to atone for the sins of the people, Christ also atoned alone on the cross…I never saw that parallel, amazing.

  5. Shavuot is unfinished. Yahushua was cut off mid week. mid week is 3.5 not 4. Now He did complete the 1st part of Shavuot by Sending the Fathers Holy Spirit to his assembly on Shavuot. But he stopped there. The Wave offering two loaves of Rich wheat bread made with leavening (sin) and the fellowship / Peace offering of two yearling lambs was not completed. Now both offerings (all 4) were to be waved before the Father at once. It was quite a task…. To understand how and when the wave offerings will be completed is very important. Look what goes into the making of the two loaves of Wheat Bread study it and you will find that the final rich wheat is but a remnant of what was gathered at the start. Now two young lambs are to be sacrificed these two are waved up to the Father with the two loaves. Yahushua was the Passover Lamb slain for the sins of the world. These two are the Peace/Fellowship offering. Who might they be? They will be the two witnesses who will lay dead in the streets for 3.5 days, and then are called up to our Father. They will truly drink from the same cup Yahushua drank from. 3.5 days mid week Yahushua was cut off midweek that leaves 3.5 days. Shavuot is the 4 feast. The Loaves are the two remnants will very likely be the Jews who have accepted Yahushua and the Gentiles who keep our Father's instructions. Yes I know it doesn't fall in line with the Pretrib rapture theory, but if you study all that goes into observing Shavuot and the other feast days you will understand. It also makes more sense in the days will be shortened part if you look at the whole 7 feast. While doing it also keep in mind the Hebrew wedding from engagement proposal to the bride and groom moving into the fathers house. It's all there within the 7 feast of our Father, His whole Logos for mankind and His Son. Sukkot the wedding… The 2000 year gap was needed to make the bride ready for the groom.
    Peace and Blessings

  6. Keep up the great work for Christ Jesus. Perilous times are ahead. Brothers and sisters that are like minded in Christ Jesus…..the whole armour of God is going to be needed, with great emphasis on Gods Holy Word. This is your sword….your unfailing truth….there is no greater defense against the father of lies, Satan. Be strong in the might of the Lord. Encourage one another….claim the blood atonement of Jesus, for it is by the blood your sins were washed White as snow. God bless you George and may the hand of the Lord be upon all that believe and are born again in Christ. Amen

  7. It seems that there’s an Old Covenant and New Covenant fulfillment for each Holy Day:

    OC Passover/LeavenedBread/FirstFruits: Escape from Egypt.
    NC Passover/LeavenedBread/FirstFruits: Jesus death, resurrection, and dedication to God. (Man’s escape from sin)

    OC Pentecost: Ten Commandments given to Moses (Old Covenant established)
    NC Pentecost: Holy Spirit given to believers. (New Covenant established)

    OC Trumpets: Red heifer this year?
    NC Trumpets: The Last Trumpet (7th Trumpet in Revelation)?

    OC Day Of Atonement: King Joash and the people stone the innocent Zechariah, son of the High Priest, in the Temple.
    NC Day Of Atonement: The Antichrist’s lies are exposed, Elijah is revealed to all to be good, and the Antichrist is revealed by all to be evil.

    OC Feast Of Tabernacles: Noah and the Ark, the flood swallows the evil people and God’s righteous are protected in the Ark.
    NC Feast Of Tabernacles: The bride is safe in “ark” aka the wilderness, and the flood swallows the Antichrist’s people trying to harm the bride.

    I believe there may also be a “Day Of The Lord” fulfillment of each, which involves the final Holy Day: The Last Great Day. I believe the Great Battle Of Almighty God happens on that day.

  8. Jesus is always the Lamb, and His believers also are lambs. Jesus is very clear about who are sheep and who are goats. The sheep are on His right, and the goats on His left. On the Day Of Atonement, it’s about goats atoning.

    One goat (the Lord’s it’s called) gets sacrificed for sin, and one goat (Azazel’s (Satan’s) it’s called) are both brought to the Temple. It is not clear which goat is God’s and which is Satan’s until God reveals that on That Day. In the animal fulfillment, it is by lots that God shows everyone which goat is good and which is evil. On the human fulfillment, it is probably an Antichrist LIE getting exposed. Then the Lord’s goat (Elijah) gets sacrificed, and then Satan’s goat (the Antichrist) chases after the bride into the wilderness to kill them. The bride, however, will be safe in the wilderness as scripture says. This fleeing to the wilderness is what many call the Rapture.

  9. BROTHER George!! Praise God! I have some Immediate attention, Data To share With you! In your Video "TRUMP PROPHECY | TRUMP FULFILLED DANIEL'S PROPHECY "  You said that the Word went out OCTOBER 13th 1968, But I have Found a Document that Tells Of the Actual Date the Decree from the Government went out was Sept. 8th 1968!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Brother I would Love to Talk to you , Personally.  Contact me [email protected] Brother John B

  10. Please the feast of Tabernacles was the FIRST to be fulfilled by Jesus. In fact, He was born between the end of sepltember and the first of october: this was most probably the feast of TABERNACLES. He became TABERNACLED with us ( He was incarnated in a temple of flesh) . John 1: 14!!

  11. THE ELIJAH CUP: According to Jewish tradition during the Passover celebration the Jews reserve a full cup of wine and expect Elijah to visit them. Read exerpt from Britannica: Elijah's cup, in Judaism, the fifth ceremonial cup of wine poured during the family Seder dinner on Passover (Pesaḥ). It is left untouched in honour of Elijah, who, according to tradition, will arrive one day as an unknown guest to herald the advent of the Messiah.

    This tradition confirms the Third Elijah prophesy. Possibly begining his ministry during the Passover of an unknown year…

  12. So we should keep watch on the first day of the seventh month which is the next feast to be fulfil

    The feast of trumpets

  13. These falls under the old Covenant. The old Covenant has passed away. Why do you regress back to the Law of Moses?

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