BY RICHARD SISON | 2015
One of the most controversial topic in Christianity today are the biblical feasts, which are often referred to as Jewish feasts. There are different reactions among the christians from the theologians and pastors to nominal attendees. There are those who would hear it and are amazed but there are those who are angry and will passionately oppose it. The topic would always create excessive emotions to any christians who would hear it and we have to ask ourselves why? The negative emotions can be identified due to following reasons, to wit:
1. Ignorance about christian’s hebrew roots.
3. Afraid of change
4. Scared of being confronted with the truth
5. Inability to face persecutions
6. Having no desire to learn new things
7. Blinded with the lies and no love for the truth.
G-D’s moed (hebrew for Feast) is unique compared to the usual holidays that the christian world would normally celebrate. Whether you accept it or not, the holidays as we know of today are of pagan origin. Christmas, valentines day, easter and halloween, among other things came directly from paganism and they were christianized only during the emergence of the Roman Catholic Church in the early 4th century of the common era. These pagan feasts were neither celebrated by Yeshua nor His apostles and their disciples in the first and second century. There is nowhere in the Bible that would prove to any of these christianized pagan holidays as G-D’s blessed day.
On the contrary, G-D’s appointed Feasts are written in the Scriptures and have abundant passages that would prove these as the L-RD’s holy days and were practiced by our Messiah and all the saints from the ancient times. Even the Brit Chadasha (Newer Covenant) documented it very well that these things were observed during the time of Yeshua HaMashiach and even long after His resurrection from the dead.
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