Shavuot and the Spirit
Studies on the Feasts Volume II
Author: Derek White
Product code: BT27
Second in a study guide series which helps individuals or groups explore the Biblical Feasts in the light of their New Covenant fulfilment. Here, discover how Pentecost fulfils the Feast of Shavuot and what is meant by 'the outpouring of the Spirit'.
When God led the people of Israel out of Egypt he gave them three major feasts to celebrate: Passover, Shavuot (or Feast of Weeks) and Tabernacles - as memorials to remind them of various stages in their redemption from slavery.
These studies show another example of the divine order that runs unerringly through Scripture and how the Feasts correspond to the three great Christian Feasts - Easter, Pentecost and the birth and return of the Messiah. These too should be memorials or landmarks to remind us of the various aspects of our redemption.
About the Author
Worked as a chemist/analyst in the chemical industry for 25 years before entering pastoral ministry in a local church in Surrey.
After being the UK director of the International Christian Embassy, Jerusalem from 1981 to 1985 he went on to help found Christian Friends of Israel in December 1985, and he served as the Director of CFI-UK until the end of May 2001.
He visited Israel over 50 times in connection with the work of CFI, and since his retirement continues to visit the Land on a regular basis to meet with and encourage Believers in Yeshua/Jesus across all sections of Israel’s population. He is a prolific writer on issues relating to Israel and the Hebraic roots of Christianity.