Tag Archive: Betrothal

Jun 13

Michael Boling – The Feasts of the Lord: The Feast of Shavuot (Pentecost) (Part 2)

The Feast of Shavuot (The Later First Fruits/Weeks/Pentecost) Part 2 “and the Feast of Harvest, the firstfruits of your labors which you have sown in the field;” (Exodus 23:16) “And you shall observe the Feast of Weeks, of the firstfruits of wheat harvest,” (Exodus 34:22) 15 ‘And you shall count for yourselves from the day …

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Jan 20

Michael Boling – Betrothal, the Believer’s Relationship with Jesus, and Eschatology (Part 2)

Betrothal, the Believer’s Relationship with Jesus, and Eschatology (Part 2) In part one of this series, we explored the marriage process known as betrothal, a process that would have been fully understood in the time period Scripture was written. So when God stated in Hosea 2:19 “I will betroth you to Me forever; Yes, I …

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Feb 05

Michael Boling – Betrothal, the Believer’s Relationship with Jesus, and Eschatology (Part 4)

Betrothal, the Believer’s Relationship with Jesus, and Eschatology (Part 4) In part one of this series we explored the process of betrothal to include an analysis of the Kiddusin and Nis’uin ceremonies. Part 2 began our discussion over how the concept of the bride of Christ is applied to the believer’s daily life focusing specifically …

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Jan 23

Michael Boling – Betrothal, the Believer’s Relationship with Jesus, and Eschatology (Part 3)

Betrothal, the Believer’s Relationship with Jesus, and Eschatology (Part 3) In part one of this series we explored the process of betrothal to include an analysis of the Kiddusin and Nis’uin ceremonies. Part 2 began our discussion over how the concept of the bride of Christ is applied to the believer’s daily life focusing specifically …

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Jan 12

Michael Boling – Betrothal, the Believer’s Relationship with Jesus, and Eschatology (Part 1)

Betrothal, the Believer’s Relationship with Jesus, and Eschatology (Part 1) For most Christians, the last two concepts in the title of this article are at least somewhat familiar. Our relationship with Jesus is a phrase commonly by Christians and eschatology is quite simply that fancy theological term for all things related to the end of …

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