The seven feasts, that the Jewish people still follow to this day, are described in Leviticus 23. Three of the feasts parallel Jesus’ death, burial, and resurrection. They reveal the way in which God overcame sin. The fourth feast pertains to Pentecost, which is an event that corresponds and culminates with the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. In this feast we see the birth and empowerment of the church. The last three feasts relate to the second coming of Christ and the believer’s reward in Heaven. They call the Christian to prepare for eternity. Tune in as we skip a stone over several of the deep truths of the Old and New Testament