Step by Step: Looking at the New Testament Beatitudes Through the Old Testament Feasts
"Step-by-Step" takes a different look at Jesus' teachings from what is commonly referred to as the "Beatitudes." I had long read about the "Beatitudes", but never had clear knowledge on how to apply them. However, the L-rd revealed to me that the seven Beatitudes (Matthew 5) and the seven Feasts of the L-rd (Leviticus 23) are strategically linked together. "Step-by-Step" outlines the seven-step process taught by Jesus for employing this method. The true meaning behind the Beatitudes and how to correctly apply them is revealed leading you to a closer relationship with G-d.
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