DVD-Feasts Of The Bible DVD-Based Complete Kit
Why Study the Feasts of the Bible?
God\'s redemptive plan is unveiled through the feasts of Israel. The feasts are still relevant for our lives today because they—
Show how Messiah Jesus is the fulfillment of the feasts and holidays.
Illustrate the Jewish roots of Christianity.
Explain history and symbolism in the Old Testament.
Open our eyes to the Lord’s provision, love, and care for us.
Inspire us to worship God.
Point to our glorious future with Messiah.
Scripture says that the Lord established these feasts for all people for all time.
This is the ultimate 6-session DVD-based study on the feasts and holidays of the Bible. Dr. Sam Nadler is your guide through the feasts. Brought up in a traditional Jewish home, Sam came to believe in Jesus as Messiah. He served with Jews for Jesus, Chosen People Ministries, and is now president of Word of Messiah Ministries.
You don’t have to be an expert to lead this 6-session study. Perfect for small groups, Bible studies, or personal use. Ages: Young adult to adult.
The sessions: (1) God’s Redemptive Plan, Sabbath (2) Passover, Unleavened Bread, Firstfruits, (3) Pentecost, (4) Feast of Trumpets, (5) Day of Atonement, (6) Feast of Tabernacles.
Complete Kit contains everything you need, including:
Leader Pack with DVD of six 30-minute video sessions
PDF files for promotional posters, fliers, handouts, bulletin inserts and banners for you to print as needed
Leader Guide + PDF Leader Guide
One Participant Guide with session outlines, discussion and application questions, definitions, comparison charts, and extra information. Buy an additional participant guide for each person. ISBN: 9781596364677
Feasts of the Bible pamphlet with a side-by-side comparison of each feast and the symbolism that points to Jesus Christ
Messiah in the Feasts of Israel. This 240-page book tells additional stories of the history and background of the feasts. It also has bonus chapters on Hanukkah and Purim.
Ready-to-use PowerPoint with 100+ slides to expand the scope of the teaching