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We have come to call this feast Easter, after the Babylonian goddess, Ishtar, the pagan goddess of fertility. , but the celebration was to be over God's replanting of the earth in the spring. We miss a very important biblical truth by not using the term "First Fruits" as the name of this feast, because "first" implies a second, a third, and so on, and that is the real meaning of the feast. We do not merely celebrate the resurrection of the Lord on First Fruits, on which it indeed occurred, but even more so, the resurrection of the entire Church!

But even previous to Jericho, God instructed Moses about trumpets on Mt. Sinai, in regard to our fifth feast! Speak unto the children of Israel, saying, in the seventh month, in the first day of the month, shall ye have a sabbath, a memorial of blowing of trumpets, an holy convocation (Lev. 23:24). We have skipped over quite a bit of time now from Pentecost, to picture the year as it was prescribed: Our first three feasts occurred, of course, in the first month, normally in April. Pentecost occurred at the early part of summer, usually in late May or early June.

Paul makes very clear the real point of the feast. The resurrection of the Lord Himself is happy news indeed, and worthy of a celebration, but we are not so surprised by it. After all, the Lord could raise the dead Himself; He walked on water. He is God's Son. The real miracle is that each of us ordinary mortal sinners will experience this resurrection! We apparently all have a number and will go in that order. Jesus Christ's number was one; He was the First Fruits—the first man permanently resurrected.

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