PAUL KEPT THE FEAST DAYS WITH HIS GENTILE CONVERTS

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PAUL KEPT THE FEAST DAYS WITH HIS GENTILE CONVERTS -
DID HE TEACH HIS GENTILE CONVERTS TO OBSERVE CEREMONIAL LAW?

John Vega
Shabbat, March 17th, 2018

The apostle Paul is the founder of the new testament churches while the brilliant man Martin Luther was a wonderful reformer trying to find his way back to the original blueprint established by Paul. This is why Martin Luther is not set forth as an example in Scripture but the apostle Paul is set forth as an example and the churches he founded are set forth as examples for us to follow until the return of Christ. 
Don’t let your pride get into the way. God is doing a mighty work today by restoring the faith of the Apostolic church. The first century church kept all of God’s feast days listed in Leviticus 23 and not only the Seventh-day Sabbath of creation week. Read Leviticus 23 where God had Moses list all of his holy days together in one chapter. The weekly and the annual holidays stand or fall together per this chapter.

No amount of evidence will persuade most people but I write my posts for the sake of anyone that might have a humble heart and who’s ears are not itching for smooth sermons preached by smooth faced liars. They will read my posts and be set free from the garbage that is taught from the pulpit of shaven-faced priests all over the world.

Do you actually believe and teach that the great apostle Paul observed the ceremonial law with his most loving and truehearted converts? Even if it could be proven that all of the apostle Paul’s converts in Philippi were circumcised Jews, which it most certainly cannot be proven as Lydia was not Jewish and was the most significant convert in Philippi, why do you imagine Paul would celebrate a ceremonial law (supposedly Passover is a ceremonial law according to many Bible teacher’s but not according to Scripture) with his converts and then later write them a letter telling them to put into practice everything that they had seen him do and teach which would include celebrating Passover and the feast of unleavened bread.

Acts 20:6
“And we sailed away from Philippi after the days of unleavened bread, and came unto them to Troas in five days; where we abode seven days.”

Ellen White’s commentary

“At Philippi Paul tarried to keep the Passover. Only Luke remained with him, the other members of the company passing on to Troas to await him there. The Philippians were the most loving and truehearted of the apostle’s converts, and during the eight days of the feast he enjoyed peaceful and happy communion with them.” – {AA 390.4}

Philippians 4:9 Likewise, keep practicing these things: what you have learned, received, heard, and seen in me. Then the God of peace will be with you.

In other words, according to many scholars, evangelist and shaven-faced priests but not according to Scripture, Paul is teaching his Philippian converts to put into practice the ceremonial law by celebrating Passover and the feast of unleavened bread.

In the opinion of many Bible teachers Paul should have written the Philippians and said “by the way, whatever you do, don’t go following my example and keep Passover ever again. I set a bad example and was wrong for celebrating the ceremonial law with you all and it is a denial of Christ to celebrate Passover.”








 



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