Rabbi Schneider — First Fruits
Coming up on today's broadcast, I'm gonna take you inside the Hebrew Bible, into the 23rd chapter of the Book of Leviticus, and we're gonna look at the Feast of First Fruits, and making application, beloved, for you today. Join me on today's broadcast.
Shalom and God bless you, beloved ones. My name's Rabbi Schneider, welcome to this very important edition of Discovering the Jewish Jesus. We are in the midst of a special series. Today I'm gonna be focusing specifically on the Feast of First Fruits. You see, in the Old Testament, in the Torah, the Lord gives us his calendar in the Book of Leviticus, chapter number 23.
And he says that I have appointed days, and these days are perpetual statutes. These appointed days of the Lord, these appointed days of Yahweh, which is God's sacred name, had application not just for the children of Israel in the initial historical context, but they also have application today for us, whether you're a Jew or a Gentile because Jesus has brought all these days, beloved, to their ultimate fulfillment.
And each one of these sacred holidays speaks to us of the ministry of Messiah Jesus. And today we're gonna be making specific application to the Feast of First Fruits and how it relates to our life today.