21. How an early Jewish-Christian would have viewed the Mysteries of the Rosary
How An Early Jewish-Christian Would Have Viewed the Mysteries of the Rosary
Myriam Luzatti Ph.D philosophy (Sorbonne, Paris), MA mathematics (la Normale, Pisa)
Original Source: http://www.mysteriesoftherosary.org/
In this extensive work of author Mr. Greg Biltz, he also reveals how all 7 of the Feasts of the Lord in the Old Testament were in fact Messianic prophecies, along with some very interesting conclusions concerning the exact dates of the birth and death of Jesus, and their relation to the Jewish Feasts of Tabernacles and Passover. Jesus has fulfilled 5 of the 7 feasts.
Tabernacles, the Feast of “God with us”, is on the 15th day of the 7th month. celebrates God’s physical presence with the Israelites, a dress rehearsal for the birth of Jesus.
Passover, 14 day of first month, Nissan. The sacrifice of an unblemished male lamb. Prophesied Jesus’ Crucifixion.
Unleavened Bread, begins on the 15th of Nisan with the Seder Meal, the sacrificial meal for the Paschal lamb and a Todah offering of unleavened bread and wine. Prophesied Jesus’ Last Supper, completed on the Cross.
First Fruits, the celebration of the first fruits of the harvest, the third day of Passover. Prophesied Jesus’ rising from the grave.
Pentecost, a memorial of the day God himself came down on Mount Sinai in a cloud of fire and smoke, a dress rehearsal for the day the Holy Spirit ccomes down as flames of fire on the disciples.
Trumpets , celebrated on the 1st day of the 7th month. The feast celebrates God judgement: when all the world is judged before God’s throne. It is unfulfilled but thought to be the warning or illumination when everyone will see themselves as God sees them.
Atonement, holiest day of the year. It is celebrated on the 10th day of the 7th month. It is unfulfilled. It is thought to be when the Jewish nation will acknowledge Jesus as the Messiah. The second event, that must happen before the end, is the conversion of the Jews, the nation of Israel, acknowledges that Jesus was/is the Messiah.