Biblical Festival Table Cards
Enrich your understanding of the feasts God gave to His people with these attractively designed table-top tent cards. Each card explains the prophetic significance, traditional observance and Messianic fulfillment of one of seven Old Testament feasts – the Sabbath (Shabbat), Passover and Unleavened Bread (Pesach and Chag HaMatzot), Firstfruits (Yom HaBikkurim), Pentecost (Shavuot), Trumpets (Rosh Hashanah), Atonement (Yom Kippur) and Tabernacles (Sukkot). There’s even a recipe on each card to help you celebrate each feast in your home.
The Spring Feasts and Purim
The God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob is an amazingly detailed and inviting God. He set seven specific “appointments” with His people, calling them to meet with Him during the year. Through each of them, He reveals more of Himself and beckons His people into a deeper understanding and worship of Him. Gentile Believers in Yeshua (Jesus) have much to gain by observing these Feasts as well. You’ll marvel at the intricate pictures of God’s redemptive plan instilled into each of His “appointed times,” or moadim. Though it is not one of the biblical feasts, you’ll see God’s faithfulness in the Purim story and His great love for those who are His. You’ll learn the history and prophetic significance of each Spring Feast and the meaning it holds today for Believers in Yeshua. Holiday recipes will help you celebrate the Springs Feasts and Purim. Discover what God’s appointed times hold in store for you.
Appointments with God: Reflections on the Jewish Feast
Through the Feasts, God established “appointed times” for Jewish people to mark a variety of remembrances, offerings and celebrations. The Jewish Feasts provide us opportunities to enrich our faith by entering into God’s presence to connect with Him around a theme of His choosing. Gentile Believers in Yeshua have much to gain by understanding the Jewish Feasts as well. “Appointments with God” includes teachings about each Feast as well as daily devotions for Passover, Sukkot and Chanukah. It presents many Scripture readings, insightful questions and designated spaces to record your thoughts. This book will guide you to find deeper meaning each year in these appointments with God.
Large Silver Trimmed Kudu Shofar
This beautiful large shofar is made of a Kudu horn and exquisitely adorned with handcrafted silver plated accents. The shofar is the trumpet of the Bible and was blown in Bible times to announce the beginnings of religious holidays, ceremonies, and even battle. Today, the shofar is sounded at Rosh Hashanah (the Jewish New Year) and Yom Kippur. Colors, textures, and finish vary in these natural horns but all are beautiful and fully functional. Let this special shofar serve as a conversation starter and reminder of God calling our hearts to worship Him, the God of Israel who is ever faithful.