2022 Tucson, Arizona Festival Messages
The Opening of the Gates
Why are we here at the Feast? Are we not preparing for something in the future to come? There is a psalm about the opening of the gates that we can gain a great deal of inspiration from as we start this Feast of Tabernacles.
To Dwell in Booths
We have always kept a New Testament Feast of Tabernacles. This sermon will focus on Leviticus 23:43, where we will examine one aspect of the origin of this Feast. Each year we are told to remember that the children of Israel were made to dwell in booths.
Liberty and Justice for All
The Pledge of Allegiance was written in 1892 and was recited publicly for the first time 130 years ago today. In its current form it describes the U.S. as “one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.” When Jesus returns, that lofty portrayal will finally be true.
What Is Your Verse?
Rebuilding Civilization in the Millennium
At the beginning of Millennium, initially there will be a much smaller population on the earth compared to today. What will people be doing? What will be our part to help rebuild civilization?
Jeremiah 23: A Primer on Prophets
While we don’t hear “prophets” in everyday conversation, the Bible warns that prophets will have a powerful impact at the end. We will study one Old Testament book that mentions prophets much more than any other book of the Bible. And we will learn how critically important this topic is for us.
I Can’t Wait
This sermon will explore the role of how God uses anticipation for His plan of salvation and how that applies to our families as they celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles.
A Time of Restoration
As we celebrate the last day of the Feast of Tabernacles, what have we learned? We have heard of the magnificent Kingdom and Power that is coming to this earth. What can we expect to be restored during that 1,000 years?
That All Should Come to Repentance
God clearly promises that everyone will have an opportunity to receive salvation. But, so far, that hardly seems to be true. Most Christian religions teach that the unsaved dead are doomed to eternal torment. This day pictures the most ambitious stage in God’s plan. In it we find hope and promise for all.