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Divine Appointments with God.
God wants His people to meet with Him every day, but in addition to our daily time with Him, God has set up
specific days on which He will meet with His people.  God calles these days His appointed times.  In the English
translations of the Bible, these days are called Feasts of the LORD.  On these God ordained days, God wants us
to witness the accomplishments of His redemption plan.  Every major event of God's redemption plan occurs on
one of these divinely appointed times, His feast days. Yeshua's (Jesus') death, burial and resurrection all
happened on of the LORD's appointed days.  The giving of the Holy Spirit on the diciples happened on one of
these feast days.  Following this pattern, Yeshua's return, execution of judgment and the establishment of His
This study, consisting of two books, a Leader's Guide and a Student Workbook, will take your small or home
based Bible Study to new levels of understanding of the prophetic nature and significance of God's appointed
Feast days we commonly think of as the traditional Jewish holidays.  In the study of the Spring Feasts, Passover,
Unleavened Bread, Firstfruits and Shavuot, you will see how He fulfilled these to the very Atonements (Yom
Kippur), and the Feast of Sukkot (Tabernacles), you will discover that they are all about His return, His
judgement of the Nations and the establishment of His Kingdom here on Earth and His thousand year reign
from Jerusalem.  This study is also available as an on-line course where you can join in as Brenda and I lead our
own home group through this study.  See the "Feast Study" page for details.
Volume 1
Volume 2
Volume 3
Volume 4
Reasons for Christians to Celebrate the
Biblical Feasts
What are these strange holidays that the Jewish people celebrate?  Did you know that God instituted them?  We read in
the Gospels that Jesus was crucified on the Passover, but what is the Passover?  Is there any significance to the fact that
Jesus died on the Passover?  What about the other "Jewish Feasts?"  These feasts are Unleavened Bread, First Fruits and the
Feast of Weeks in the Spring with The Feast of Trumpets, Yom Kippur and Tabernacles in the Fall.  What are these all
about?  Do these other feast days hold any significance in the life of Jesus and the lives of His followers then or even today?

This book is a collection of short essays where you will find a brief overview of the Biblical feast days and discover why
they are indeed important to you a a Christian believer.  These essays will introduce you to these important feast days in
the life and times of Jesus the Messiah and give you reason to recognize them and incorporate them into your life.  They
will enrich your understanding and relationship with God the Father, who gave us these feasts to His son Jesus who is the
embodiment of the word of God.  It is our prayer that you will begin to understand the powerful message contained in
these Biblical feasts, God's "divine appointments."
The Sign of Jonah  
The Pharaisees and Sadducees came to Yeshua (Jesus) asking for a sign that proved He was the Messiah.  Yeshua
chided them that, although they could read the signs in the sky about upcoming weather, they could not
understand the signs heralding the coming of the Messiah.  Disgusted with them, He told them of the sign they
were missing.  This sign was the Sign of Jonah!

Matthew 16:4 NKJV "A wicked and adulterous generation seeks after a sign, and no sign shall be given to it
except the sign of the prophet
Jonah." And He left them and departed.

Yeshua's words indicate that this sign should have been one they were familiar with.  Although earlier in His
ministry, Yeshua explained what this sign is, however in this interchange, he references the sign of Jonah without
telling them what He is talking about.  In other words, Yeshua is giving them a big hint if they are motivated
enough to refer to their own scriptures, the sign should be obvious.  In this book, we take Yeshua's hint and
search the scriptures for the sign of Jonah, and amazingly we find it everywhere.  Join us as we unravel the
mystery of The Sign of Jonah!
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Shadows of the Messiah in the Torah
Jesus' Hebrew name is Yeshua which means "He will save" or "salvation."  His coming is in fulfillment of the
promises of God to send
salvation to His people.  God recorded these promises through Moses and the prophets in the Old Testament, the
scriptures from
Genesis through Malachi.  Yeshua said that all the scriptures are about Him.

John 5:39  Search the scriptures; for in them ye think ye have eternal life: and they are they which testify of me.

John 5:46  For had ye believed Moses, ye would have believed me: for he wrote of me.

Luke 24:44-45  And he said unto them, These are the words which spake unto you, while I was yet with you, that all
things must be fulfilled, which were written in the law (Torah) of Moses, and in the prophets, and in the Psalms,
concerning me. Then opened he their understanding, that they might understand the scriptures.

These volumes contain twelve lessons each of in-depth studies of just a few of the places in the Old Testament
which testify about Yeshua as the Messiah who is coming again.  In these volumes we explore the hidden Gospel
message hidden in the ancient Hebrew alphabet, examine some of the puzzling rituals in the Torah that are all
about Yeshua.  We look at the life and times of the personalities of the Bible from Adam to the kings and later
prophets of Israel and also explore the shadows of Messiah in the Land of Israel itself!

Each lesson in these volumes is divided into 3 sections: a leader's guide section, a student notes section and a
discussion questions section designed to encourage the study participant to dig a little deeper into the material.
There are also other general handout materials in each volume included in the appendices.  All of the handout
materials are available in PDF format on an included CD or available for FREE download (click on a book image for
details) to make it easier to print and distribute to your study participants.  That way, you only need to purchase one
or two of these books to serve your entire study group!  Join us as we figuratively tear out the blank page of your
Bible, the one between the Old and New Testaments.  Discover how the Bible is a unified book from Genesis to
Revelation given to reveal the character of God and testify of His Son Yeshua!
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Babylon Rising
Babylon Rising
The Eight Kingdoms of Prophecy from Shinar to the Antichrist
What is the Babylon of biblical prophecy? What is the Babylon that is mentioned 261 times
in the King James Bible?  What is the Babylon described in the Book of Revelation?

Is Babylon merely a symbolic representation of the conspicuous consumption for the
United States or, perhaps, the “World System” based on capitalism? Was John speaking
in purely spiritual terms, or is this Babylon a physical kingdom just like the ancient kingdom
of Daniel’s day? What do all the other kingdoms mentioned in Daniel, Revelation, and the
other prophets tell us about the end times?  What is going to happen when Yeshua returns?  
We all want to know what the future holds.  

As believers, we gravitate to biblical prophecy to find the answers to these questions
frequently trying to impose our present day situation, leader, and nations on the biblical
descriptions. But what is the biblical approach to prophecy? What is the purpose of biblical
prophecy? Is it to foretell the future in explicit detail, or is it to point us to signs and markers,
guiding us on our pathway through our walk and new life in Yeshua? More importantly,
does it call us to repent and return to God, or is it a convenient vehicle to explain what is
going on in the world and, then, just forget? Also, do we look at biblical prophecy from our
modern Western mindset, or do we strive to understand it in its historic and cultural context, reflected in the time it was written?  These
are the major questions that we will strive to answer as we look at Babylon from a biblical perspective. Join us on a journey through
prophetic scripture like you have never done before!  Makes a great small group study with discussion questions at the end of each section.