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Sun, Oct 16, 2022

The Amazing 8th Day Festival

This is a replay of Oct 2020 but is just as relevant as before. God's final holyday after the seven-day feast of Tabernacles is simply called "the 8th Day" in Scripture. Jews call it "Shemini Atzeret" - which also points to 8th day. Hear how "8" points to new beginnings. So when correctly understood, the 8th day is not the Last Day of a feast now past, but the FIRST of everything that comes after the Millennium. Be excited about this day because ALL the holydays really point to this day - WHEN ALL things will be made new and when all humanity will be truly one with YHVH and one another. It's a day of massive resurrections including of your loved ones. It's a day of universe-sized changes and new creations. There's so much to be thrilled about in this exciting message.
Duration:1 hr 19 mins 58 secs

Comments

Posted on:
Sunday, 03 October 2021
Posted by:
Linda
Great informative message about the day of new beginnings pictured by the 8th Day and the wonderful future we have to look forward to. It is so sad that the majority of Christians believe that those who have died without accepting Christ as their savior are doomed to the lake of fire forever. I know of people who are tortured by those thoughts because they have loved ones who died without knowing Jesus Christ. I wish they all could hear the amazing & wonderful truth of this message!
Posted on:
Monday, 17 October 2022
Posted by:
Owato
Words alone cannot properly explain the joy that has filled my heart after reading and listening to this exciting and inspiring Message! For the First in my 23years experience with CoGs have I come to know and to fully, and deeply understand "THE EIGHTH DAY FESTIVAL". God bless you Philip Shields. Yours in service, George Owato Otieno, Kenya Minister.
Posted on:
Sunday, 23 October 2022
Posted by:
ONDIGOOCHIENG
This is an amazing sermon! I recommend any Church of God member to listen to it. It's a bit different from how we have been teaching it. May God bless you abundantly for sharing it. I also shared it with the brethren during the Eighth Day of the Feast.

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