I shall continue with where I left off in PART 1 of this two-part program on Shavuot or Pentecost. Shavu’ot, in the Bible, presents itself as an annual festival about biblical restoration, renewal, and completion.

Today, I will return to my focus on the link between the Festival of Shavuot and what many often refer to as a concept called the “rapture.”  Said differently, this idea can be better understood as to what Yeshua refers to as the resurrection of the Last Day, in Hebrew, the “Techiat HaMatim.”

Essentially, Shavuot or Pentecost is likely the Day and Hour that no one has yet experientially known…ever! Because it is yet a future event that we are all waiting for. This is what Hebrews 11:39-40 is referring to. It is the same event that Yeshua refers to in Matthew 24:33 and John 6:40 – the end and the door of summer. It’s the same idea that Paul talks about as the “door of hope” in Romans 8:23-25.

Join me today for the program, “Shavuot (Feast of Weeks/Pentecost) End Times and the Theme of the Last Day Resurrection – PART 2.