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Audio Study Messages

How Do We Keep the Feasts? Intro: By Love, from Grace through Faith! (Deuteronomy 6:4-10)

JS LOWTHER- RNCM, March 7, 2019
Part of the How Do We Keep the Feasts? series, preached at a Special event service

IF we have sown unto you spiritual things,
Is it a great thing if we shall reap from you carnal things? 1Corinthians 9:11

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In connection to the series that I had offered "why do we keep the feasts?", this next series is offered, to help further support and encourage the Israel of God in her return to YHWH's ordained worship according to the Scriptures.
I’d like to add that last year around this time I had offered as series on
Christian Pascha
Sacrament of the Faith of Jesus Christ
As well as, just a few months back, I had more so established a systematic reason for keeping the feast as Christians under the New Covenant in the series:
“Why Do we Keep the Feasts?”.

This message will be an introduction to the content, but in and by no means any less in it’s importance. Rather I must say as one who has a firm trust in the saving power of Jesus Christ that this introductory message has more relevance for you eternal salvation than any other message in this series, because it deals with the fundament reality that I am so want to teach, because it is the thing which I know is so available, sufficient and efficient for our life, death and resurrection that I dare not, nor am I at all tempted to deliver a message on any subject where the efficacy of Grace through Faith in Christ Jesus the Word made flesh is not the focus in reality.

Tags: Christ, efficacy, faith, FEASTS, grace, greatest commandment, heart, Leviticus 23, love, mind, New Moon, Passover, Sabbath, sacrifice, soul, sufficient sacrifice, Tabernacles, Trumpets

Earlier: Same day: Later:
« pt. 13 The Heir of Grace (Gen 6:8-7:16) None How Do We Keep the Feasts? Pt. 1 By the Lights, By the Sabbaths »