Celebrating Jeus in the Biblical Feasts by Richard Booker – A Book Review

Celebrating Jesus in the Biblical Feasts, Expanded Edition
By Richard Booker
Destiny Image Publishers, Inc., P. O. Box 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257
978-0768409017, $ 15.99, 2016, 220 Pages
Reviewed by Richard R. Blake

Discovering the Significance of Our Christian Roots by Exploring and Celebrating the Biblical Feasts

This expanded edition of Dr. Richard Booker’s “Celebrating Jesus in the Biblical Feasts” helps the reader understand the importance of Jewish roots impact Christianity and God’s plan of redemption, and how these feasts of the Lord are fulfilled in Jesus.

Chapter one introduces the Biblical Jewish calendar and explains the prophetic significance of the Biblical feasts in the overall plan of God. The chapters that follow include an in-depth study of each of the feasts. Chapters include an introduction, historical background and point to Jesus and how he has satisfied each of the individual feasts. Personal study review questions stimulate application, a deeper understanding of the life changing significance each of the seven Biblical feasts. This feature makes the book easily adaptable for individual or group use. The comprehensive chapter endnotes are rich as a source for further reading and study.

Dr. Richard Booker and his wife Peggy are co-founders of the Institute for Hebriaic-Chistian studies. They are recognized internationally for their tireless efforts at building relationships between Christians and Jews.

“Celebrating Jesus in the Biblical Feasts” is a “treasure find” for anyone on a quest for a greater passion for Christ and to discover and walk in His peace, rest, and resurrection power.

A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.

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