September 12, 2020 | Interview: Bruce Scott, The Fall Feasts of Israel

Interview: Bruce Scott, The Fall Feasts of Israel

Fall is a special time of year for many, but it’s especially loved by the Jewish people. Several major feasts mark this season—Rosh Hashanah, the Ten Days of Awe, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot. These are times of celebration and introspection focusing on the Lord’s goodness, provision, mercy, and holiness. They are days to rejoice, reflect, and remember who God is and what He has done.

This week Bruce Scott explains these fall feasts with great clarity and insight. These feasts have a special meaning not just to the Jewish people who celebrate them but also to believers who want to know and strengthen their relationship with the Lord. Bruce’s applications will open your eyes to the lessons God wants to teach you through these holidays. Enjoy this week’s spotlight on the fall feasts.

The Feasts of Israel: Seasons of The Messiah

By Bruce Scott

The Bible is a Jewish book written by Jewish writers with a Jewish worldview. That means the holidays and feasts of the Old Testament have hidden meanings that are clear in a Jewish context that we should know too!

The Feasts of Israel: Seasons of the Messiah will teach you the fullness of Jesus’ ministry by explaining the rich symbolism of the feasts of Israel.



The Friends of Israel Today and Apples of Gold theme music was composed and performed by Jeremy Strong.

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