The New Covenant describes God’s people as earthen vessels or jars of clay who contain Spiritual Treasures. So the goal of our exploration is to discover these Temple Treasures — for example identifying our inheritance in Yeshua ha Mashiach. Simply put; the Son of God dwells in our hearts by faith, and in Him we possess all the riches of the Kingdom of Heaven. So in a very real sense readers will be challenged to explore the Temple in which God has chosen to dwell.More info →
The ceremonies, rituals and prescribed Festivals each have priceless insights into the life, work, death and resurrection of the coming Messiah, Yeshua. Understanding these prophetic pictures should not just amaze us, they should inform and reassure us that God’s plan of redemption through Jesus Christ has unfolded perfectly and will continue to do so.
Passover is seen as Israel’s betrothal to God whereas Shavuot is considered the Wedding Anniversary of the Covenant between God and Israel sealed at Mount Sinai. This book and the accompanying Keynote Presentation explores the link between Pentecost and the Feast of Weeks (Shavuot).More info →
Harvest Festivals first started in Cornwall in 1843, and the tradition today continues in many churches throughout the world. Christians are increasingly seeing the relevance of Tabernacles to their own Harvest celebrations. This book and the accompanying Keynote Presentation explores the link between Harvest and Sukkot also known as Tabernacles or Shelters.More info →