In the Bible, God sets aside seven festivals and calls them “Mo’adim”, which means “appointed times” (Lev. 23). These festivals were special times for God’s revelation and a time of open heaven between man and God. These are prophetic feasts with deep meaning about the past, present and the future and they reveal a cycle of God’s salvation and redemption for all mankind. When Jesus first came, 2,000 years ago, He fulfilled the first four festivals, Passover, Unleavened Bread, First Fruits and Shavuot (Pentecost). Many think that when Jesus returns, He will also fulfill the last three festivals: The Feast of Trumpets, Yom Kippur, and the Feast of Tabernacles.
“God calls the Feasts His Moadim, special appointed times created byb HIm as divine time between heaven and earth. These were times of open heaven, a meeting place in time between God and mankind. Times of dreams and divine revelation.” Awestruck by Glory pg. 190.
Here is a list of articles and podcasts I recently made about the meaning of the Biblical Feasts and I hope they bless you and inspire you to celebrate them:
Passover, Spiritual Significance in the End Times (YouTube Video)