Why Christians should look at the Biblical Feasts
The Feasts of Adonai by Valerie Moody has been a bestseller since 2002. The book contains thorough descriptions of 22 feasts days, including God’s seven feasts in Leviticus 23, the Sabbath and New Moon, the feasts of the people such has Hanukkah and Purim, and modern holidays celebrated in Israel. It answers all your questions about the festivals: their biblical foundation, purpose, spiritual meaning, prophetic fulfillment, how they are celebrated in Jewish synagogues and homes, and how believers in Jesus or Yeshua can celebrate these holy days.
It is the top-selling feast book in the United States, the most comprehensive book, yet the easiest book to understand. It is full of illustrations, scriptures, prayers, ancient history, modern celebration, activities, menus, and recipes that make the feast days come alive. The Feasts of Adonai is the best user’s manual for believers who want to understand and celebrate the feasts. Nearly every buyer purchases additional books for family members and friends.
Would you like to celebrate with God?
"This day is holy to God...Go and enjoy choice food and sweet drinks, and send portions to those who have nothing prepared. Do not grieve, for the joy of the Lord is your strength." Nehemiah 8:9-10
If you have ever wondered how to celebrate with God, then this book is for you. Valerie Moody invites the reader to journey with her into the world of God's feast days. This book explores 22 festivals, including God's feast, New Moons, Sabbaths, and Counting the Omer - plus all the feasts of the people. God's feast days change believers when they celebrate.
Valuable charts explain:
- Hebrew Culture vs. Greek Culture
- Thirteen Merciful Attributes of God
- Biblical Calendars and the Eastern Gate in Prophecy
- Gematria, Hallel, Megillah, Mezuzah, and Mikvah
- Torah Reading Schedules - annual and triennial
- Seven Species of Israel with their symbolic meanings
“This is the best feast book and I’ve got every feast book out there!”
“A bestseller! We can’t keep it on the shelves.”
“Thanks Valerie! These books are invaluable :)”
“Thank you for making the feast days easy.”