Maybe you’ve heard the popular slogan, “think globally, act locally.” While that phrase has most often been associated with the environmental movement, I think they may have hijacked the idea from our Messiah Jesus!
This book rounds out the series so that all three Aliyah Festivals are covered in this series (Christ in the Feast of Tabernacles and Christ in the Passover). David Brickner and Rich Robinson invite you to explore the origins of the Christian holiday that many consider the birthday of the Church. Why did God choose this Jewish holiday to empower His disciples to fulfill the Great Commission? What lessons for today does this ancient holiday offer? Christ in the Feast of Pentecost addresses these and other questions. Studying the Feast of Pentecost helps us understand such New Testament references as the “First Fruits” and the biblical view of Pentecost in the book of Acts. It provides not only history and background, but a variety of applications to satisfy the heart, the mind, and even, the culinary palette for those who are game to try the recipes offered as one of several appendixes.