Aangeleverd door: It’s Me
I received a very interesting e-mail today, an advertisement for learning Hebrew online actually. I had shown some interest in the past, so apparently I’m receiving their newsletter and never really bothered to sign off.
Anyway, it talked about the apparent difference between the 2 words used for their feast days. Mo’ed and Chagag.
Mo’ed, the word used in Genesis 1:14 and Leviticus 23, actually means ‘an appointment’, where ‘chagag’ points more to the cyclical charateristics of the feasts.
‘So what?’ you ask me. Well, if these appointments in Genesis 1:14 point to the 7 feast instituted by the Lord in Leviticus 23, it is signifying a ONE TIME FULFILLMENT in the first place, not specifically a cyclical celebration!
This means that all those so called prophecy buffs that say these feasts are just cyclical celebrations for the jews and don’t mean much, can put their arguments in the trash bin. This exegesis tells us that Genesis 1:14 links the signs in the heavens clearly to SEVEN SPECIAL APPOINTMENTS 😀
We’re about to witness this 5th appointment in a few days, people! And while Im at it, I’ll be fasting for the coming days. I won’t be posting on Facebook for the rest of the week and probably skip some meals at the end of the week. I don’t say this to brag or tell you to do this or that, but I think that it might be a good preparation. Just as Daniel knew for sure by Jeremiah’s prophecy that the 70 years of captivity were about up, he still went to fast. I think that’s interesting. I know Adam Fink is thinking about the same thing too. You have to decide for yourself if that is what the Lord is calling you to do. Romans 14 applies 😉 God bless y’all and hopefully we will all meet with our Adon at the end of this week, in the shamayim! 😀