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biblical festivals

  • by Robert H Berendt
How can we make the most of the time we have?
  • by Steve Myers

A verse in the Psalms gives us important instruction for how to live our...

  • by Darris McNeely

With the Feast of Pentecost just around the corner, Darris McNeely takes a...

  • by Debbie Carper
As Christians our lives are bound up with hope. There is no escaping it. But the world around us can sap that hope from us. Here are seven ways to counteract that and infuse hope back into our lives.
  • by United Church of God
God says His Sabbath is a divine appointment that He commands His people to keep through their gathering before Him with other believers.
  • by Vince Szymkowiak
Jesus Christ celebrated seven festivals every year that most Christians today can't even name, yet they have His imprint all over them. He is the reason for each of these seasons, and they have great meaning for anyone who would like to follow Him better. What are these festivals, and what do they reveal about our Savior and King?
  • by Darris McNeely
It is tragic when terrorists attack innocent civilians, whatever the "cause." It is doubly sad when it is done to coincide with the biblical Holy Days that foreshadow peace among all peoples.
  • by Marti Springer
All parents worry about their children starting school, but Church members have the additional concerns about dealing with society’s holidays and getting off for God’s Holy Days. What can a parent do to insure their child’s success? Here are tips from a Church parent who is also a teacher.
  • by United News
The seven festivals can be remembered with the acronym PUPTATL: Passover, Unleavened Bread, Pentecost, Trumpets, Atonement, Tabernacles and Last Great Day.
  • by Mario Seiglie
Does the Bible permit a believer to observe religious festivals that are not established by God? Does He allow us to use forms of worship that originated in pagan ceremonies, adapting them to worship Him?