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When God Shows Up

Religion


by
George a. Desjardins

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Language: English

Confusion about God’s overarching plan for the world-and their place in it-causes lovers of the truth to fear mounting an offensive against the Father of Lies. But there is no need for confusion. The feasts of Israel, which are listed in Leviticus, are not just religious festivals, but God’s outline of His specific purposes throughout the scope of history. Whenever God shows up either personally or in the broader scope of time, He gives a deeper revelation of His nature, His power, and His love for His people. Armed with this knowledge, believers can raise the standard of truth with confidence and certainty. The author argues that it is not God’s intent that we are to be kept in the dark; instead God has given us clear instruction regarding His plan-one that extends from the Garden of Eden to the new heavens and new earth. And we have a vital part in that plan. This explanation of the feasts and their fulfilment grants direction and encouragement for the time we live in. Filled with hope and purpose, we can wage the good warfare He intended and see many come to Jesus. The Lord’s trumpet is sounding a distinct call to which every Christian may respond. Answer the call! “For if the trumpet makes an uncertain sound, who will prepare for battle?” (1 Corinthians 14:8).

Confusion about God’s overarching plan for the world-and their place in it-causes lovers of the truth to fear mounting an offensive against the Father of Lies. But there is no need for confusion. The feasts of Israel, which are listed in Leviticus, are not just religious festivals, but God’s outline of His specific purposes throughout the scope of history. Whenever God shows up either personally or in the broader scope of time, He gives a deeper revelation of His… (more)

Confusion about God’s overarching plan for the world-and their place in it-causes lovers of the truth to fear mounting an offensive against the Father of Lies. But there is no need for confusion. The feasts of Israel, which are listed in Leviticus, are not just religious festivals, but God’s outline of His specific purposes throughout the scope of history. Whenever God shows up either personally or in the broader scope of time, He gives a deeper revelation of His nature, His power, and His love for His people. Armed with this knowledge, believers can raise the standard of truth with confidence and certainty. The author argues that it is not God’s intent that we are to be kept in the dark; instead God has given us clear instruction regarding His plan-one that extends from the Garden of Eden to the new heavens and new earth. And we have a vital part in that plan. This explanation of the feasts and their fulfilment grants direction and encouragement for the time we live in. Filled with hope and purpose, we can wage the good warfare He intended and see many come to Jesus. The Lord’s trumpet is sounding a distinct call to which every Christian may respond. Answer the call! “For if the trumpet makes an uncertain sound, who will prepare for battle?” (1 Corinthians 14:8).

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