Sukkot 2020 On Fruits

More Sukkot Exhortation To Feast Day Worshipers Of YHVH

What kind of “fruits” should Christians bring during Sukkot 2020?

To the Gentiles, Paul wrote, do not dismiss the severity of God. While Paul warned the Gentiles, in churches today, the severity and the fear of the Lord is mostly dismissed only to be substituted by ultra-grace (false) and immense unconditional blessings (false) without restoration after repentance to God.
Romiym 11

22 See, then, the kindness and severity of God: severity upon those who have fallen, but upon you the kindness of God—if you continue in his kindness, for otherwise you also will be cut off.
23 And those also, if they (the Jews) do not persist in unbelief, will be grafted in, because God is able to graft them in again.

I will testify that over 33 years ago, this remnant from the House of Yisrael gave my life to Christ and verse 23 was manifested in my life. Before that day in October, I was not a believer of God, thereby in that state, I was persisting in the unbelief of Yisrael. But since that day where Christ visited with me, my unbelief was turned to belief. And for that I became a worldwide movement of God where He grafts in Yisrael back to the Olive.

With 2021 looming for the Church whose age will end in a matter of months, many in the Church who persist in the same quality of unbelief — by not heeding God and follow the commands of Chirst — will be let go of by God.

Sukkot 2020 is more poignant in that it shall be remembered as the last Sukkot feast during the span of almost 2,000 years since Acts 2 & 11 (vv. 19 -30 Gentiles were first called “Christianoús” in Antioch/Antakya.) Those who tally in repentance and bringing the FRUIT of repentance out of their lives will be cut off by God.


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