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Episode 63: 7 Feasts with Erin Davis

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“Jesus is telling us that His purpose in coming was not to nullify the Old Testament, including the Seven Feasts but rather to fulfill everything the feasts were designed to teach God’s people.”

This is a quote from the author, Erin Davis, who we’ve been blessed to learn from these last eight weeks through her study, 7 Feasts: Finding Christ in the Sacred Celebrations of the Old Testament.

I’m excited to share that the Intentional Filling community was able to wrap up our study in the BEST way possible by sitting down and chatting with Erin. We were able to ask some great follow-up questions and even spend some time in the Word of God together!

This conversation is long, but it is one that I’m in awe of that God brought about.

So grab your notebook, cause you’re gonna want it to take all the notes, and sit back and enjoy this conversation with Erin Davis, the author of 7 Feasts: Finding Christ in the Sacred Celebrations of the Old Testament.

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Seven Feasts | Erin Davis

An 8-week study where we’ll dive into the sacred celebrations of Israel and discover how these ancient traditions reveal the beauty of Jesus Christ. We’ll trace the Gospel throughout each feast with daily Scripture readings, interactive questions, and space for asking difficult questions.

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