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Feasts of The Lord – Day of atonement: conclusion

We are quickly moving on to the next feast. The Day of Atonement is a very broad topic that I will cover under the title: “The Day of the Lord,” another time.

Let’s enjoy this new Feast day. It’s Tabernacles Baby ???

This is the last of the core feasts, and the last of the Fall Feasts that prophesy of the next work of Jesus.

As I showed you earlier, not every Christian will experience the first resurrection on the Feast of Trumpets, just those I call the “Overcomers” – “The Prepared” or what Jesus called in one of His parables – “The Five Wise Virgins”

After this Trumpets event, the rest of the church will notice what happened. They will realize what they missed out on because of their main focus on the things of this world.

They will go on a spree of realization, mourning fasting and calling for repentance for missing their chance to enter into the promise – the joy of the Lord.

That’s the beginning of how the Day of Atonement will manifest.

The prophet Joel gave a prophecy that will also reflect this in that day ??:

“Yet even now,” declares the Lord , “Return to Me with all your heart, And with fasting, weeping and mourning;  And rend your heart and not your garments.” Now return to the Lord your God, For He is gracious and compassionate, Slow to anger, abounding in lovingkindness And relenting of evil.

Who knows whether He will not turn and relent And leave a blessing behind Him,  Even a grain offering and a drink offering For the Lord your God? Blow a trumpet in Zion, Consecrate a fast, proclaim a solemn assembly.

Joel 2:12-15

But God will hear their prayers while the scenes of the great tribulation are ongoing.

God will finally answer in due time. That time corresponds to the era of the Feast of Tabernacles when the world and the church will see the manifestation of the sons (& daughters) of God –  who matured into Overcomers.

Get ready for the final core feast

Until then…
Chao ?

Uche Okorie

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