Written by Batya Ruth Wootten | Paper, 384 pages, ISBN 1-886987-29-7
This feast book is like no other. It is truly unique in its perspectives. Acclaimed as the “best feast book ever,” in this new Expanded Edition, Israel’s Feasts and their Fullness offers even more prophetic insights!
In her delightful, penetrating style, Batya examines the feasts and shows how they relate to Israel’s reunion, redemption, and full restoration. She explains why Believers now feel led to celebrate the feasts, and how their celebrations relate to the latter days. Her astute observations bring encouragement, clarity and fresh insights at every turn.
Batya examines traditions that oppose Scripture, clarifies those that align with it, and outlines suggested feast guidelines. Most importantly, she encourages us to celebrate our Messiah with joy and freedom in the power of the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit) – yet with respect for the eternal truths of the Torah (the Law) as well as the honorable teachings of Judaism.
This inspiring book explains:
- How to have Erev Shabbat and Havdalah celebrations.
- The Four Types of Passover found in Scripture, Unleavened Bread, First of First Fruits, and how to count the Omer.
- The giving of the Law and the Spirit on Shavuot (Pentecost).
- The Feast of Trumpets (Yom Teruah) and Yom Kippur (reveals the prophetic significance of blowing twin silver trumpets and of sounding the shofar).
- The issue of Christmas and the timing of Yeshua’s birth.
- The Feast of Tabernacles and The Eighth Day.
- The Apostle Paul, the Feasts, and the Law.
Simple Celebration Instruction Guides for the Sabbath, Havdalah, and Passover, plus helpful charts and graphics are included in this timely book. It offers Scriptural references and clear explanations for every topic and it shows the need for grace and mercy to be shown to both the houses of Israel, Judah and Ephraim, Jew and non-Jew. Those who long for Israel’s restoration are encouraged to dance and sing and celebrate the presence of the Holy One! It is an exciting book – one that offers hope for our future. It is a “must have” for your library shelf – a book you will refer to again and again for years to come.