” In the last day, that great day of the feast, Jesus stood and cried, saying: ‘If any man thirst, let him come unto ME and drink. He that believeth on ME, as the scripture hath said. out of his belly shall flow rivers of living water.’ (John 7:37-38, KJV).

Last night at sunset concluded the High Holy Days of the Fall for Israel. Today (Simchat Torah)  is a day of celebration as Israel recognizes the joy of receiving the Torah. (first 5 books of the Old Testament). The Feast of Tabernacles has great future significance as it is a look at the time when Jesus will rule on earth. (The Millennium). It is a time of hope, joy and peace. So, is there even more significance to the Last Great Day?

The Gospel of John showed that Jesus taught in the midst of the Temple during the Feast of Tabernacles. On the Last Great Day (8th Day), He cried out and offered eternal life for whomever thirsts for eternal life. He promised the Holy Spirit as a seal. (John 7:37-39). This Scripture is a major clue as to the exact day the 2nd outpouring of the Holy Spirit will be; on Shemini Atzeret or the Last Great Day.

From Acts chapter 2, we learned that the 1st outpouring of the Holy Spirit was given on Pentecost. Pentecost is the spring harvest. It was a near fulfillment of what the prophet Joel proclaimed. (Joel 2:28-32). God foretold of 2 outpouring, the former rain and the latter rain, which represents the spring and fall harvests. So, if we know that the first outpouring of the Holy Spirit (about 3000 souls) occurred during Pentecost, we then can say that Tabernacles (Fall Harvest/Feast of Ingathering) is when the 2nd outpouring will happen. Thanks to Jesus teaching in the Temple and promising this gift on the Last Great Day, 22nd of Tishri, we know the exact day this incredible worldwide event will take place.

So can the year be prediced? While we cannot say, Joel prophesied it happens at the end of the age. Right after God pours out His Spirit, signs and wonders will be shown in the Heavens. By comparing Joel’s description of the Heavenly wonders to  what Jesus said in Matthew 24:29-31 and John in Revelation 6:12-17 it is clear that the outpouring happens before the Rapture and the Day of the Lord. Look for this gift from God right before the final 7 year period or early within Daniel’s 70th week.

This outpouring of the Spirit really does prove that the Holy Spirit is not removed before the end of the age but is poured upon all flesh. in the next post we will see how the General Resurrection also fulfills Shemini Atzeret . EJ

.”  And Jacob journeyed to Succoth, and built him a house, and made booths for his cattle; therefore the name of the place is called Succoth.” (Genesis 33:17 KJV).

Today is the last day of the Feast of Tabernacles and tonight will usher in the final feast of the month of Tishri (7th month of the Hebrew Religious calendar). The Last Great Day (Shemini Atzeret) is essentially an 8th day of celebration. Jesus’ birth on Tabernacles is a bridge connecting Israel’s history to future events.

The first recorded variation of the word Sukkot (tabernacle, tent, shelter) is in the 33rd chapter of Genesis where Jacob (Israel) left his brother Esau and journeyed to a town. There, he built a cottage and shelters for his cattle. The name of this town in Hebrew, Succoth, is translated “booths.” Booths or temporary shelters were built for Jacob’s livestock. It is providential that Jesus was wrapped in swaddling clothes and laid in a manger for livestock. It would be like God to have Israel’s and the world’s savior born on the feast day (Sukkot) bearing the same name as the city (Succoth) where Israel (Jacob) settled.

“But when the fullness of the time was come, God sent forth his Son, made of a woman, made under the law, to redeem them that were under the law, that we might receive the adoption of sons.” (Galatians 4:4-5 KJV).  

On the 8th day from His birth, our Messiah was circumcised and given the name Jesus (Luke 2:21). Circumcision was the covenant Yahweh made with Abraham (Genesis 17:9-13). The circumstances of Jesus’ birth was in accordance with the Law. Our king was born on the first day of Tabernacles as Emmanuel, God with us. He was circumcised, or set apart for God, on the 8th day (Hebrew Shemini Atzeret, the Last Great Day). Through Moses, the Lord commanded the reading of his Law to the children of Israel during the Feast of Tabernacles (Deuteronomy 31:9-13). Jesus’ birth during this feast further affirmed that it was a time of joy and hope. Jesus or Yeshua (God saves) signified that the newborn Son of God brought glory to the Father’s plan of Salvation.

In our final installment on Sukkot, we will examine the 2nd outpouring of the Holy Spirit and its connection to the Last Great Day. We will also see if this Holy Day is the day of the general resurrection of the saints. As we patiently wait for the Moadim (God’s appointed times), true believers must go into the fields and plant gospel seeds in anticipation of the last great harvest. EJ

” And the Word became flesh and lived among us, and we have seen HIS glory, the glory as of a father’s only son, full of grace and truth.” (John 1:14 NRSV).

As we enter into the first full day of the Feast of Tabernacles, it is important for Christians to reflect on what these days of celebration should mean. Sukkot was ordained by God as a remembrance for His people. He did not want them to forget that His presence dwelt with them for 40 years in the wilderness.

God’s presence has never left the true believer since our bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit. (1 Corinthians 6:19).  The Greek word Naos (Na- hos’) translates “temple or shrine”, “a place for God’s presence to dwell”. So the celebration of Sukkot is a perfect time to make sure that our bodily temples are pure so that we are ONE with the Holy Spirit. The birth of Jesus brought God physically and visibly to earth. Jesus’ coming in human form sets up the next stage in God’s plan of Salvation.

So what does Jesus’ birth have to with Tabernacles? Everything! We have shown on this website a major fundamental TRUTH: GOD uses the Feast Days of Israel to move His plan of salvation forward. Most bible scholars will tell you that Jesus’ birth was either in the spring or fall. So one of the spring or fall feast days would make sense for the birth of the Messiah. We have 2 witnesses from Scripture that reveals another name for Jesus  (Immanuel: Isaiah 7:14 and Matthew 1:23) which means: “God is with us.”

When we consider John 1:14 which said” the Word became flesh and lived among us”, the clues start falling into place. Living among us literally means: Pitched his Tent. This is the exact idea Yahweh was revealing when he ordained the Feast of Shelters (Tents) as a continual holy observance. Jesus came to earth in the temporary shelter of human flesh. He was wrapped in bands of cloth and laid in a manger because there was no room for them in the inn. (Luke 1:7). From Jesus’ name, Emmanuel to the way He was born, to the profession of Jesus’ closest disciple, John, it is clear that out of all the Holy Days of Israel, Tabernacles matches God’s plan to bring His SON to earth to save mankind from sin.

Our bodies are also temporary shelters until we enter into the eternal glory of a Resurrected body. Before that happens, this age has to come to an end and a major clue for that to happen is this: There WILL BE a 2nd outpouring of the HOLY SPIRIT on all nations. In part 3 we will look at the prophecies of Joel and see how part of the outpouring of the Holy Spirit was fulfilled in the book of Acts at Pentecost. We will also see why the 2nd outpouring has to be during the Feast of Tabernacles. EJ

You shall dwell in booths (Tabernacles) for seven days. All who are native Israelites shall dwell in booths., that your generations may know that I made the children of Israel dwell in booths when I brought them out of the land of Egypt: I AM the LORD your GOD.” (Leviticus 23:42-43 NKJV).

This Sunday (September 27th) at sundown, marks the beginning of the Feast of Tabernacles. This is a 7 day celebration for all of Israel. This festive time is also known as the Feast of Ingathering (Fall Harvest). God ordained this time because it would be an everlasting reminder that God’s presence (in the Ark of the Covenant) dwelt for 40 years in the wilderness with His people. The children of Israel would build temporary shelters made from the branches of palm trees, leafy trees and willows of the brook. (Leviticus 23:40). This was one of the 3 Feast Days (Passover and Pentecost)  that all men of Israel were required to attend in Jerusalem. (Deuteronomy 16:16). The importance of this Holy Day was to remind all generations that God’s presence dwells among His people.

From the time of the Exodus, until the end of the Millennium, we will learn the role that the Feast of Tabernacles has in God’s plan of salvation. King Solomon built the first Temple and during Solomon’s dedication, fire came down from Heaven and consumed the burnt offering and the sacrifices. The Shekinah Glory filled the Temple. (A near fulfillment to what will happen at the end of the age.) Solomon held a celebration for 7 days and 2nd Chronicles 7:10 tells us that it was on the 23rd day of the 7th month that the children of Israel were sent home. Solomon dedicated the Temple and God graced it with HIS presence during the Feast of Tabernacles. (Days 15-22 of the 7th month of Tishri.)

As long as Israel obeyed the Lord, God’s presence would remain in the temple. Unfortunately, that did not happen and the temple would become desolate in 586 BC as the majority of Judah (the Southern Kingdom) went into exile in Babylon. The Lord would have mercy and sent a remnant back to Jerusalem to rebuild the Temple. (Fulfilling 2nd Chronicles 36:20-21).  Before the foundation of the 2nd temple was built, the exiles celebrated the Fall Holy Days and the Feast of Tabernacles was observed again. (Ezra 3:4). The importance of Sukkot was felt even during the years between the Old and New Testament. In Part 2 we will see how Sukkot influenced a new Holy Day and show why Tabernacles will be forever linked to the birth of our Savior. EJ

” Seventy weeks are decreed for your people and your holy city: to finish the transgression, to put an end to sin, and to atone for iniquity, to bring in everlasting righteousness, to seal both vision and prophet, and to anoint a most holy place.” (Daniel 9:24, NRSV).

Tomorrow evening at sunset begins the most solemn day of the Hebrew calendar, Yom Kippur. The Day of Atonement is a Sabbath, where no work is done and the streets of Jerusalem are empty. Even non-religious individuals observe this day. It is so holy that many schools in the United States with a high Jewish population will be closed on Wednesday. Although there is no temple to observe this special day with animal sacrifices, many Jewish men and women have been repenting and asking God for forgiveness since Rosh Hashanah (Feast of Trumpets.) God, in his mercy, covers the sins of the Jewish nation for another year.

For a true believer in Jesus, our sins were atoned during the preparation day of Passover. When Jesus was crucified, all sins: past, present and future were paid for. However, because the Jewish nation rejected Jesus as their king, God sent a hardening over part of Israel (Jewish people) until the times of Gentiles are fulfilled. (cf: Romans 11:25 and Luke 21:24). God accounted for this in His master plan of salvation and therefore instituted the Day of Atonement as a holy day for Israel to observe. (Leviticus 16). So, when will Yom Kippur be fulfilled? Daniel 9:24 holds the key.

70 weeks of years ( 70, 7 year periods) were decreed for Daniel, his people (Judah and Israel) and Jerusalem. We know that the sins of Judah  will be put to an end and the iniquity of the Hebrew people will be atoned for. (Ezekiel 36:25-38). The only way atonement can be made is when one accepts Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. Will Israel do this? This is what Zechariah 13:1 tells us: “On that day a fountain shall be opened for the house of David and the inhabitants of Jerusalem, to cleanse them from sin and impurity.”

The prophets are in agreement that there will be a day where the sins of Israel will be atoned for. This fulfillment will happen on Yom Kippur. Then the remnant of the 12 tribes will be gathered to Jesus and He will cleanse them before they enter the Millennium. (Zechariah 8:23). Ezekiel 45:18-25 shows the Feast Days Israel will observe in the Millennium. They are Passover (days of Unleavened Bread), Pentecost (Spring Harvest) and Sukkot (Fall Harvest). Yom Kippur is not necessary anymore after Israel turns to Jesus.

What does that mean for us? Well, if we know that the Day of Atonement ends the 70th week, then we can know that the  final 7 year period will end in late September or early October. (That is when Yom Kippur is observed). We can count back 2520 days to determine that the beginning of the 70th week will commence sometime during the end of October. God has given us clues in His Word so that his magi can figure out future events. Will you be prepared? EJ

Moses and the Red Sea
The LORD said,… “And now the cry of the Israelites has reached me, and I have seen the way the Egyptians are oppressing them. So now, go, I am sending you to Pharoah to bring my people the Israelites out of Egypt.”

But Moses said to God, “Who am I, that I should go to Pharaoh and bring the Israelites out of Egypt?” (Exodus 3:7a, 9-11 NIV)

Last evening, a number of U.S. presidential candidates lined a platform in Southern California to debate before the eyes of the world. Americans–as well as humanity in general–are looking for a savior. Who will rescue? Who will lead them to the Promised Land of peace and prosperity? On what man or woman will everyone pin their hopes? Only one will be chosen, but mark my words: They will not have the spirit of Moses, but the spirit of antichrist.

The world is ready for Satan’s seduction. The candidate who most convincingly promises “peace and safety” or “you will have success” (without turning from sin) will rise to a level of power previously unknown. All nations will sing their leader’s praises. They will shout in revelry like the Israelites did when they danced before the golden calves (cf. Exodus 31:1-20).

Moseses will come forth when God’s people weep and wail over the world’s condition. When the cry of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob’s descendants reaches heaven, then will the Lord respond and send his rescuers.

(Notice, in Exodus 3:11, that our prototype Moses did not believe he was God’s gift to humanity as does the typical politician. Humbly, he asked “Who am I?”)

Prophets have a divine calling, they are not chosen by ballot. People tend to reject divine rule, but want a king like other nations. The world will soon have their king! Pharaoh will seem tame in comparison. The Moseses will appear when all misplaced hope in Egypt dissipates like smoke. Our brothers and sisters experiencing persecution are aware, but Western Christians are not yet at the “awareness” stage.

How will we know prophets like Moses? Not by their rise in the polls, but by their willingness to fill the ruler’s prison. America and this world are presently under God’s judgment. The powerful hope to silence prophetic warnings while they boast of their superior abilities to the adoring crowd.

Want a preview of what the Moseses will be saying? If we have ears to hear, read Revelation 2 and 3. The Prophet went into the midst of seven churches and divided the righteous from the wicked. If it is time for judgment to begin on the household of God, then it’s time for the Moseses to separate the wheat from the chaff.

Are you a Moses in the making? A goal of theprophetsofgod.com blog is to serve anointed men and women by equipping them to walk in their destiny.

I recommend “The Prophets of God: Recognize them, Listen to them, Follow them” (Top left). If we don’t know what a true prophet looks like, how can we be one?

“You snakes! You brood of vipers! How will you escape being condemned to hell? Therefore I am sending you prophets and wise men and teachers. Some of them you will kill and crucify; others you will flog in your synagogues and pursue from town to town… I tell you the truth, all this will come upon this generation.” (Matthew 23:33-34, 36 NIV)

I have been bitten by mosquitoes, horse flies and red ants. Wasps and bees have stung me multiple times. There is no way I need a viper’s fangs in one of my limbs to know that it would hurt–a lot! I will learn from the experience of others, thank you very much.

In Matthew 23, Jesus did not name the teachers of the law and the Pharisees after a poisonous snake without good reason. He could have referred to them as an irritating insect, like chiggers or gnats, but, as John the Baptist did before him (Matthew 3:7), the Lord chose vipers to describe the Jewish religious authorities.

Our previous post, “Prophet/Prophecy Haters”, contained words of grief. Our brother Elijah wrote of a “friend’s” stinging accusation that inflicted pain where we are all vulnerable, in the heart. A personal indictment was leveled against Elijah for passionately sharing prophecy. The context may not fit, but the words in Zechariah 13:6 seem to apply: “If someone asks, ‘What are these wounds on your body?’ he will answer, ‘The wounds I was given at the house of my friends.’ ” Ouch, that hurt!

We must employ the “near/far prophetic” of Matthew 23 to identify this generation’s vipers. For Jesus and his Jewish disciples, they were the religious leaders of their nation. It did not take long for their hatred for Jesus to manifest itself in blood, the blood of the cross. The thirst for more spilled over onto those whom Jesus sent as apostles. Men like James, the Elder, and Stephen were executed. Great persecution broke out against all the disciples, scattering them abroad (Acts 8:1, 11:19). Peter and John were miraculously spared. Believers in Jerusalem and Judea were surrounded by vipers.

If Jews persecuted, imprisoned and murdered fellow Jews for following Jesus (near), what will believing Christians face as we inch closer to Christ’s return (far)? Our Lord singled out prophets, wise men and teachers, in Matthew 23:33, as those who suffer the venom of vipers. God’s people understand the hatred of humanistic secularists or Islamic, Hindu and Buddhist religious radicals, but are we prepared for what Jesus promised? Can we picture “Christian” leaders hunting down believers because of their prophetic message, their wise counsel or their teaching of Bible truth?

“How could what Jesus said happen to us?” you ask. It is instructive to look at the discussion among the chief priests and Pharisees in John 11:47-50. After Lazarus was raised, the elites of the religious class became afraid. Jesus threatened their worldly status. When Peter and John sent the cripple into the temple courts walking and jumping and praising God (Acts 3:8), they were again frightened. The officials seized the disciples and put them in jail (Acts 4:3). Later on these same disciples felt the sting of the flagella as they were flogged (Acts 5:40).

In a conversation with my wife, I asked her thoughts about why Elijah’s best friend attacked him over prophecy. She nailed it. “He is afraid.” Those who love their position in this world, real or imagined, want to silence those whom Jesus sends.

Many of Christians fall into the category of haters: They show great displeasure in any talk of terrible times or the last days. Some are within our own families. Brother will betray brother to death, and a son his father or a father his son. Beware of the vipers. If they get close, it will really hurt.


“The LORD your God will raise up for you a prophet like me from among your own brothers. You must listen to him.” (Deuteronomy 18:15 NIV)

God’s promise (“prophets like you”) affirms that Moses is the original model for prophets (i.e. the prototype). When production begins, duplication of the original follows.

Teachers have long considered Deuteronomy 18:18 as Moses’ promise of the “Prophet Jesus”. Is there more to this that we’re now seeing? Does this prophecy have “near” and “far” implications”? (Rule #5, “The 5 Basic Rules of Bible Interpretation”: “Look for the near/far in prophecy.”)

I am convinced full-scale production will soon commence!” If Jesus is the “near” fulfillment of God’s Deuteronomy 18:18 promise, then is the world going to see tens of thousands or more Moseses? Are prophets like Jesus ready to emerge onto the world’s stage? You bet they are!

Bible prophets were blood brothers to Moses: Samuel, Nathan, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Daniel, Zechariah, and John the Baptist, to name a few. All were descendants of Jacob. Did each satisfy the definition of a prophet (cf. Deuteronomy 18:18-19)? Yes, without improvising they spoke on God’s behalf. Was Elijah–who pre-dated Christ’s incarnation by over 700 years–the Moses of his generation? He was. He exemplified the Lord’s commitment to keep his promise. Yet prophets like Samuel, Elijah or Daniel were unique. They were not reproduced through offspring.

Should we assume Jesus is the “far” fulfillment of Deuteronomy 18? Jesus is the Word of God! Christ has the final word (Hebrews 1:1-2), if we think of “final” as complete perfection. Regarding future events, the Father told everything to Jesus, then he passed it to his friends (John 15:15, Revelation). Jesus, a son of Jacob and Judah, is the epitome of uniqueness.

“New” prophecy does not exist. Anyone adding to or subtracting from Scripture should not be trusted, even if what they say comes true (cf. Deuteronomy 13:1-3). The Lord will have true prophets to counter the thousands of deceivers. God’s Word, spoken from mouths like Moses’, will be heard all over the earth.

Joel 2:28-32 declares a vital feature of the last days: God’s Spirit will be poured out globally. “Your sons and daughters will prophesy.”

If the Spirit fills select spokespersons, aren’t we accountable for what they say? If men and women from “every nation, tribe, people and language” listen, won’t they be be led into the Promised Land? Won’t these Moses-like deliverers be duplicates of the prototype?

What do we call this multitude of bold servants and prophets, these future saviors of the saints? “Moseses” is my suggestion. Any interested in applying for this vital leadership position?

I want to dig deeper into this “Moseses” subject. Stay tuned for Part 2.

” Jerusalem, Jerusalem, the city that kills the prophets and stones those who are sent to it! How often have I desired to gather your children together as a hen gathers her brood under her wings, and you were not willing! (Luke 13:34 NRSV)

Weeks ago my heart was grieved by a letter from someone who claimed to be my best friend. His message was harsh. In no uncertain tone, my friend said: “Stop talking about prophecy because it ‘bums’ me out.” Then the attack became personal when he involved my family. (“I hope you do not tell your children these things.”) This letter was an eye-opener since this man claims to love the Lord, yet has a disdain for prophets and prophecy.

His attitude toward God’s special messengers is nothing new. Prophets in Bible times faced similar challenges. Those with darkened hearts reject God’s warnings. Those open to the light will receive it. Many want to know the truth about the last days. Believers desiring accurate teaching await the Lord’s return yet they expect future trials.

Jeremiah confronted a “hater” of prophecy and prophets in Hananiah. Earlier Judah had gone into a partial captivity in Babylon. Hananiah foolishly spoke for God promising Judah’s exiles would return in two years (Jer. 28:3).

Wisely, the Lord’s servant stood up to this charlatan. Jeremiah said that past prophets foretold times of war, famine and pestilence against countries and kingdoms. They never spoke of peace without first warning of destruction.

Hananiah was exposed. Jeremiah said this pretender would be dead within the year. In Jeremiah 28:17, God’s word was fulfilled. Hananiah died in the 7th month (Tishri, the month of God’s judgment).

As we approach the end of this age, God is raising up prophets. How will we recognize them? They will remain true to God’s word by speaking of a coming day of disaster. “The testimony of Jesus is the Spirit of prophecy (Revelation 19:10b).”

We must be wise to follow the prophets of God as well as their prophecy. If we do not, we will be vulnerable to false prophets. Awake, oh sleeper, so the Day does not sneak up on you! EJ

“You yourselves have seen what I did to Egypt, and how I carried you on eagle’s wings and brought you to myself. Now if you obey me fully and keep my covenant, then out of all nations you will be my treasured possession. Although the whole earth is mine, you will be for me a kingdom of priests and a holy nation…”
The people all responded together, “We will do everything the LORD has said.” (Exodus 19:4-6a, 8a

Many possess land handed down through a line of ancestors. Property that has long been in the family is not uncommon. Ownership took place long ago. A deal was struck. A deed or title followed. All parties, descendants included, became bound to an agreement. So it is with God’s people, the Israelites.

With Moses as the go-between, the Lord met his people at Sinai. A conditional agreement was made. If the people obeyed God fully and kept his covenant, they would be favored above all others on the face of the earth. They would be the Lord’s treasured possession. Though everyone belonged to Him, Jacob’s offspring would be a kingdom of priests and a holy nation. This is the inheritance of Israel.

With the terms of God’s covenant clearly spelled out, the gathered children of Abraham voiced their agreement. The people responded together, “We will do everything the LORD has said.” (Exodus 19:6a) In what language did Moses communicate God’s terms? In what language did the descendants of the Patriarchs promise their faithfulness to the Lord’s covenant? They spoke in an ancient Hebrew tongue we know today as Paleo-Hebrew.

Did the Lord renege on his commitment? “Is God a man that he should lie or a son of man that he should change his mind?” (Numbers 23:19) The question is rhetorical. Of course, he has not–and never will. The Lord will have a people who keep their covenant of obedience. An outpouring of the Holy Spirit (Pentcost Redux) is all that’s necessary to reveal the chosen or elect of God. This anointing from on high will not fall upon individuals scattered here and there, but, as in Acts 2, on gathered saints (cf. Hebrews 10:25).

In the last days, the people Peter described in 1 Peter 2:9 will gather in fellowship communities by necessity. (Think of the animals that arrived two by two in ordered to be gathered into Noah’s ark.) One tongue, uttered by God’s people, will mark believers and fortify their unity. Because of language difficulties, the wicked from the nations will stumble in confusion, or–and this will be a false sign or wonder–a counterfeit Pentecost from Satan could occur.

Our brother Elijah commented on the “Pentecost Redux, Part 1” post. He pointed out that a major key to understanding tongues in prophecy is Genesis 11:1-9. Realizing that confusing language to scatter people was God’s judgment on covenant-breakers, we can easily see how reuniting the covenant keepers from among the nations will be a common tongue. Revelation 7:9-10 is evidence. Languages may not cease. Nations will be present in the Millennium, but God’s people won’t need translators. In the way Arabic and Mecca unites Muslims around the world, Paleo-Hebrew will be spoken by the saints who look to Zion as God’s Holy Hill.

In conclusion: The Israelites stood at Sinai and made a sacred vow. They spoke as one and promised God their obedience. They failed to keep their word, but their descendants who call on the Lord, will fulfill their covenant. As one people with one tongue, saints will gather around the Temple and our High Priest Jesus. There we will pledge our faithfulness to the God who saves. The difference between Mount Sinai and Mount Zion will be Pentecost Redux.

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