Greetings brethren in Christ,
We hope that this agricultural year commonly called 2020 has been blessed with the increase of the LORD God of Israel, while we may see many troublesome times ahead and now some behind we must remember that the LORD YHWH keeps watch over his own. With this festival time of thanksgiving it is important to remember how good the LORD is and how His mercy truly endures unto all generations of those who keep His Covenant in and through the person of Jesus Christ.
Regardless of the difference of opinion that exist regarding the timing and observance of the biblical feast of Ingathering or the Feast of Tabernacles one thing is for sure, the Harvest has been gathered and is now available to feast upon before the LORD in the northern hemisphere.
With that said in encouragement, we would like to post some past messages delivered by brother Lowther for your consideration during this festival time, as we will not be making a priority of posting the studies and discussion that are going on here on the home front, as we would much rather be entrenched in worship, fellowship and enjoyment of the time present.
During this time we celebrate the morning and evening sacrifice of praise from the Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual songs as we make melody to the Lord in worship, after we commit to a strict reading of 2 chapters of the book of Deuteronomy with an application of the truths read from the Law of God for Christian edification; after the table is opened for scriptural discussion pertaining to that reading that had been proclaimed.
We would encourage any one who is inclined to worship during this time to do likewise through out the 8 days of the feast from Sabbath to Sabbath to unveil their heart before the Lord of all the earth.
Here is an audio message from the past to help explain what we do and why, offered at this time, and we hope to possibly list a few more this week from what we cover as time permits.
Blessings of Peace and Grace through our Lord Jesus Christ from whom all blessings flow,
Bro. JS Lowther