Feasts of Jehovah
- Publisher The seven Old Testament feasts given to Israel are carefully examined to demonstrate how God deals with men and women in grace.
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About "Feasts of Jehovah"
The seven Old Testament feasts given to Israel have ongoing significance for Christians today. Through them, we understand God's work with His people throughout time. In this practical study of the feasts of the Lord, we see types of God's grace and Christ's glory. "The spiritual wisdom of this author overflows as he enlightens you to the fulfillment of the Old Testament in the New Testament." -Baptist Standard "[John Ritchie's] ministry was primarily pastoral and was especially effective among new Christians for whose special benefit this reprint was originally intended. . . . highly typological and very devotional in nature." -Bibliotheca Sacra John Ritchie (1857-1930) was a full-time evangelist and Bible teacher in Scotland, Wales, and England. He was also the editor of The Believer's Magazine for more than thirty-five years and author of 500 Children's Sermon Outlines, 500 Evangelistic Sermon Outlines, 500 Gospel Sermon Outlines, and 500 Sermon Outlines on Basic Bible Truths.
The seven Old Testament feasts given to Israel are carefully examined to demonstrate how God deals with men and women in grace.
Meet the Author
John Ritchie (1853-1930) was a Bible teacher in Scotland, Wales, and England. Ritchie authored more than 200 books, among them Feasts of Jehovah, From Egypt to Canaan, and Tabernacle in the Wilderness.