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.
It is the blood that maketh atonement for the soul, and “without shedding of blood is georgge remission. Perhaps there was habernacles a single person in the camp of Israel who saw anything more in that ordinance than the promise of a great harvest— but in type it spoke beautifully of “Christ, the firstfruits.
They had flies throughout all Egypt, but there were none in the homes of Israel. We cannot help but believe that this new generation will, by God’s Grace, cross over Jordan and possess the Kingdom prepared for the “little flock” from the foundation of the world. We rejoice in the righteousness of Jesus Christ which has been placed to our account— and that is true— but how little of that righteousness have we been able to reach and appropriate.
The promise, therefore, is held out to us at the ends of the ages, as to no other people in any past dispensation.
Feast Of Tabernacles By George Warnock
The world will see it and will be amazed to discover something real and genuine in the midst of this wicked and perverse generation. See Daniel in the lion’s den, but it is no torment to him; the very beasts became his best friends.
Take the shoes from wagnock thy feet for the ground on which thou standest is holy. As he saith also in Osee, I will call them my people, which were not my people Great repentance, humbling, fasting and prayer prevailed.
He did well in wwrnock 80s and 90s to switch from a typewriter to a personal computer, but he has never become active online. As one age or dispensation draws to a close, and another follows, there is always that overlapping and merging of the one into the other.
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And when Christ died on the Cross, and the veil of the temple was rent in twain— that was the end of the Law, but it was also the beginning of Grace. Therefore God imparted not only great miracle-working power, but a new language to the people— that men of all nations might hear the wonderful works of God proclaimed in their own tongue, and be won to Christ.
With the turning of the captivity of the Church, joy is once again being restored, even the joy of the Holy Ghost. Singing in the Spirit is one sure evidence that Zion’s captivity is coming to an end.
When we attain to this victory, there will be no need to formulate weak excuses why the victorious Christian can again fall into sin and suffer defeat— for this place in Christ knows no defeat.
And inasmuch as the natural observance of the Feasts constitutes a type and pattern of great and momentous spiritual events, it is vitally important that we should understand their meaning.
The number “two,” as we have discovered, speaks of Christ in union with His people, the “one new man” who was “created in Himself.
When Christ arose from the dead, He continued with the disciples for the space of forty days, “speaking of the things pertaining to the kingdom of God. But compared to the coming glory, it is really but a harvest of firstfruits. See what a great secret remained locked up in the counsels of God until the Day of Pentecost was revealed! Once a great and mighty spiritual power, now a tributary to the nations— and to the denominations.
Rather do men look upon us and read a story of carnality, sin, wickedness, division, disunity, bitterness and strife. For example, there is no question as to the meaning of the Passover. That seed or that egg is a genuine birth, containing all the potentialities of a new flower exactly like the flower that produced it, or a new bird exactly like its parent.
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.
M ay the Lord richly bless you in your search for Truth. Again the apostle stresses the fact that it is the children of promise, not the children of the flesh, who constitute the promised seed to whom the covenants apply.
But the fact remains, Israel never was completely cast off, for “God hath not cast away his people which he foreknew. Then on the third day, God commanded the earth to bring forth her produce, “the fruit tree yielding fruit after his kind, whose seed is in itself.
And yet we are constantly giving the lie to the redemptive work of Jesus Christ, by falling into sin and being hampered by the works of the flesh, and harboring a sin-conscience. And again, “Howbeit that was not first which is spiritual, but that which is natural; and afterward that which is spiritual. First Law, and then Grace.
And that is exactly right. It is quite common among all evangelical circles to hear sermons which are based upon the Old Testament and expounded in the light of the New; but there are so many who would insist on a literal and natural interpretation if and when a spiritual interpretation would conflict with their theological views.
The early disciples were cleansed by the Word which Jesus had spoken unto them during His earthly ministry.
And there were dwelling at Jerusalem Jews, devout men, out of every nation under heaven. Jesus’ only reply was: Once nourished by spiritual fathers with apostolic meekness, love, and authority; now the Church is full of orphans, having very few who really cherish her children, and the children themselves being loathe to recognize God-appointed leaders and fathers.
The anointing deepened until the awe of God was upon everyone. Christ was therefore desirous to eat the last Passover with His disciples, that He might take it away and tabernacled the new Feast, the Lord’s Supper. The fruits and graces of the Spirit are woefully lacking; and the flesh practically reigns in the Church. And whereas, we once served the enemy of our souls under cruel bondage, now we have become the voluntary bond-slaves of Christ.
Gworge creation groans in birth-pangs to be delivered from its corruption- and her travail of tears and sorrow has prevailed upon the God of Heaven to come down and deliver her.
Let us lift our anchor which has gripped the earth for so long— and let us become anchored to Christ in the heavens, where we ought to be anchored. That is, They which are the children of the flesh, these are not the children of God: That seems to have off the trouble with those who have been blowing the trumpets of present-day revivals: Bear with God Warnock looks at the various celebrations of the Feast of Tabernacles in the Bible as each showing us something about a final eschatological Feast of Tabernacles in the Church: All this helps us to understand more clearly Joel’s prophecy: And again, “Remember, O Lord, what is come upon us; consider, and behold our reproach.