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The Plan

 

God always has a plan, and in his word he promises he will always reveal his plans to his servants (Isaiah 48:3-5, Amos 3:7, John 16:13).

 

God’s plan to redeem mankind was predicted, and is revealed clearly, in the seven Feasts of the Lord: Passover, Unleavened Bread, First Fruits, Pentecost, Trumpets, Day of Atonement and Tabernacles.

 

Understanding that these feasts represent seven significant historical and prophetic events is vital to having a good understanding of God’s plan of redemption.

 

Any study of God's redemptive plan is a study of Biblical Prophecy, because his plan of redemption had its beginning before the foundation of the earth and extends through-out history to finally be completed in the New Heavens and the New Earth (1 Peter 1:18-20, Isaiah 65:17, 66:22).

 

Scripture reveals God’s plan to redeem not only our souls, but also our bodies and the earth that was cursed because of Adam's sin (1 Peter 1:9-11, Romans 8:23, Revelation Chapters 21-22).

 

 

When Will Knowing What The Future Holds Not Help Us?

It must be remembered, that since all Biblical Prophecy revolves around the person and work of Jesus Christ, there is no profit in studying Bible Prophecy just for prophecy's sake.

 

Knowing what the future holds will not help us unless we know the one who holds it (John 17:3, Hebrews 10:7, 1 Peter 1:10-11, Revelation 19:10).

 

When we understand God’s great redemption, Biblical Prophecy is no longer complicated or mysterious. Any study of Biblical Prophecy… is a study of Redemption!

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