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Growing In God with Gary Hargrave

Sep 29, 2020

Once every year God’s people were to build simple shelters outside and live in them with their families for seven days as they celebrated the Feast of Tabernacles. This was a time of joyful celebration and sabbath rest. During these seven days, they were to reflect on the time they spent wandering in the wilderness...

Sep 24, 2020

Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, was repeated every year because even after the children of Israel were cleansed—their sins covered—they would sin again and need atonement once more.

As Christians, we know that Christ made a sacrifice once for all. But if we are honest with ourselves, we repent of our sin, we...

Sep 16, 2020

What will happen in the upcoming year is written in God’s book on Rosh Hashanah. Ten days later on Yom Kippur, God’s books are closed and your fate for the upcoming year is sealed. But these ten days are Days of Awe! Your response to God during this time may cause Him to change His mind and rewrite your book! 

Sep 16, 2020

The Feast of Trumpets was a holy convocation, a day of celebration and rest, when all of Israel came up to Jerusalem to meet with God in anticipation that He was going to do something. This is now called Rosh Hashanah and it is celebrated as the Jewish New Years Day. This appointed time has yet to be fulfilled...

Sep 16, 2020

God has appointed seven annual feasts for His people. We have experienced a Christian fulfillment for four of these appointed times, but so far there does not appear to have been a fulfillment of the other three. This gives believers great reason for tremendous anticipation. Why not this year?