THE FEAST OF TABERNACLES George Warnock Preface “In the beginning GOD ” So it was that in the spring of God came forth in answer to the prayer. Feast of Tabernacles from a spiritual standpoint. Excellent read. Be Blessed. The Feast of Tabernacles by George Warnock is one of the seminal books of the Charismatic movement. He was a key figure in the Latter Rain.

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To intercede on behalf of others? He did well in his 80s and 90s to switch from a typewriter to a personal computer, but he has never tabegnacles active online. All Israel’s worship seemed to center around these three great annual Feasts. Bear with Tzbernacles I think my purpose or concept here was a bit different than his. And though the Church as a Body has never really observed this Feast, there were nevertheless periods in her early history when she had a foretaste and an earnest of its glory.

That is why Paul said to the Corinthians, rent asunder as they were with strife and heresy: First of all he tabernales God’s displeasure with Israel, and affirms that God will not be their God: Whoso eateth my flesh, and drinketh my blood, hath eternal life; and I will raise him up at the last day. Thank God, therefore, for the pattern we find in Israel’s Feasts, and for the knowledge that there is a place of real victory over sin and the flesh for the Church of Jesus Christ.

However, tqbernacles God’s children we all can testify that we are born tabernafles God, and that we do sin. In the vast majority of evangelical circles we are taught that any moment all God’s people shall be caught up, raptured, to be with the Lord in the air— to escape the Great Tribulation which soon shall visit the earth.

Great and mighty signs and miracles were wrought amongst the people, until— in very short order— Jerusalem, and then Samaria, and then the uttermost parts of the earth literally rocked under the mighty impact of the Holy Ghost through His anointed ministers. The very same Church that was established upon the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Jesus Christ Himself being the chief corner stone.


Put on your beautiful garments, and the whole armour of God! Bethlehem was the least esteemed village of the tribes of Judah-but the Son of God was born there. After this a long prophecy was given with minute details concerning the great thing God was about to do. True, there were a few Calebs and Joshuas who rested in the promises of God and continued to look forward to better things— and God will certainly vindicate His word and His oath, and cause them to possess the land with the new generation that God is now raising up.

So it is with our modern Pharisees, our orthodox Christian teachers. And so they tarried in Jerusalem for the “promise of the Father,” and after ten days the Holy Ghost came down upon them, and literally revolutionized their whole concept of life and service by transforming weak and humble vessels into the mighty apostles of truth and power and authority.

Part of that is the hyper-Spirit orientation. How strange, it seems, that good men of God who have discerned by the Spirit the fulfillment of Passover and Pentecost in the Church, should now close the door to further revelation and deny feasy the last Feast has any application to our day and age!

After several years of moving with the revival, one of the other men in the Ministry, Jim Watt, suggested to him that of the three major Biblical feasts, two had been fulfilled Passover, Pentecost both in kf and the experience of the church, but that one remained: In the very same way, Jesus said, would men be taken as in a “snare” at the time of the Day of the Lord.

And it shall be attained by the overcomer— not by the flesh, but by the Spirit.

Feast Of Tabernacles By George Warnock

Here Peter plainly declares that the prophets wrote primarily warnoc, the grace that was to come unto us, and the glory that was to follow Christ’s sufferings. The revival continued with ever-increasing power from day to day, “And believers were the more added to the Lord, multitudes both of men and women.

This is a most conclusive passage as to verifying what we have said concerning the fulfillment of the Old Testament in the Church. How wonderful it is to know that God knew exactly what the Church would be like throughout her long history, and made the type to fit accordingly! What you refer to as warnoci Evangelical-critical method has at least as much historical grounding as unbounded typology.


Says Paul, “Teaching and admonishing one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing with grace in your hearts to the Lord” Col. He greatly desired to do this that He might introduce His disciples into a new order of worship and fellowship in the Spirit. And yet this continues unto this very hour: Feasting upon the Unleavened Bread, therefore, is living in real genuine fellowship and communion with all the saints, recognizing their God- ordained ministry in the Body of Christ, and giving honour one to another in meekness and humility.

Where is the desire to pray and seek God? So that leaves me with a question — what was it that was good about tabernaacles Latter Rain that we should keep, and what was bad that caused the problems? We realize that much of the information that is given concerning dates and seasons may appear insignificant and unimportant, but they are necessary, nevertheless, in order that the reader may more readily appreciate the glorious truths concerning the third and last Feast, the Feast of Tabernacles.

God said, “The sons of Aaron, the priests, shall blow with the trumpets” Num. We should follow the method of the apostles, not dismiss it. What he did tell them was that they should not be “moved” by afflictions or tribulations of any kind, “for yourselves know that we are appointed thereunto.

Perhaps there was not a single person in the camp of Israel who saw anything tabernacless in that ordinance than the promise of a great harvest— but in type it spoke beautifully of “Christ, the firstfruits. One thing is sure; it is not by carrying them aloft in celestial chariots of ease to some Elysian fields— but by becoming their shelter and protection in the very midst of trouble and 14 distress.