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2000 years ago after Christ ascended to the Kingdom of Heaven the disciples kept celebrating the feast of God according through the Bible. However, during the dark ages during the time of the 300C.E. all the feast of God were abolished through the Nicene Council and different customs and pagan holidays were added into Christianity. One of the Feast of God that was abolished is the Feast of Unleavened Bread, which is celebrated on the fifteenth day of the first month, according to the sacred calendar, is the feast that commemorates Christ's suffering on the cross (Lev. 23:6). When Christ Ahnsahnghong came in 1948, He started to preach about the Feast of God once again according to the prophecies that Second Coming Christ has to fulfilled. The Church of God celebrates the Feast of Unleavened Bread on the fifteenth day of the first month by the sacred calendar, following the teachings of Second Coming Christ Ahnsahnghong.

Christ Ahnsahnghong testified through the Bible that this feast originated from the Israelites' suffering, from all the trials that they had experienced from the time they had kept the Passover and left Egypt, until the time they had crossed the Red Sea.
At that time Pharaoh, king of Egypt, released the Israelites from their Egyptian bondage, but immediately changed his mind. He sent all the chariots of Egypt to chase after them.
As Pharaoh's army approached, the Israelites were terrified and cried out to the LORD. At that moment, the LORD God divided the Red Sea by Moses' staff, revealing dry ground between the two walls of water. Christ Ahnsahnghong testified that it is written that God allowed six-hundred thousand men to safely cross the Red Sea.
God protected the Israelites from the Egyptian army by a pillar of cloud and a pillar of fire, delaying the Egyptians' ability to chase after God's people. All of the difficulties and hardships that the Israelites endured during this time period became the origin of the Feast of Unleavened Bread (Ex. 14:1-31).

Christ Ahnsahnghong let us know that in the Old Testament times, God commanded His people to eat unleavened bread (made without yeast) and bitter herbs, so that they would remember the suffering of the Israelites. The unleavened bread was also called the "bread of affliction" (Deut. 16:3). These events were a prophecy to reveal that Jesus would suffer, being hung on the cross. Christ Ahnsahnghong also taught us that in the New Testament times, we participate in Christ's suffering by fasting, according to God's command.

Mark 2:20 "But the time will come when the bridegroom will be taken from them, and on that day they will fast."

Christ Ahnsahnghong said through the Bible that the Feast of Unleavened Bread is a feast of suffering, representing the Crucifixion of Jesus. The Israelites' traveling into the Red Sea represented Jesus' going into the tomb. Their landing on the other side of the Sea represented His resurrection, the significance of which is implied in the baptism that we undergo now. On the Feast of Unleavened Bread, Moses led the natural Israelites from Egypt into the Desert of Sinai, and on this feast Jesus led the spiritual Israelites from this sinful world, the reality of Egypt, into the desert of faith. Whoever believes in Christ and is baptized has symbolically crossed the Red Sea and entered the desert of faith. When we commemorate the Feast of Unleavened Bread, we participate in Christ's suffering, and we are given the power from God to endure the tribulations and hardships that we will be faced with (Luke 22:43-44).

I never heard about the Feast of God, but what impressed me was to see that each one of this feast is a prophecy that was fulfilled by both first and second coming Christ. But I would not known about this mystery if Christ Ahnsahnghong would not come. Thanks and praises to You, our Heavenly Father Christ Ahnsahnghong, for coming and letting us know the true way to receive salvation. Christ Ahnsahnghong has opened the way to return back to heaven.


The more I study about the prophecies and their fulfillment, the more I realize that Christ Ahnsahnghong is true Almighty God

February 28, 2008 at 9:07 PM  

WOW I didn't know that the Feast of Unleavened bread represented the suffering that Christ had to go through.

March 4, 2008 at 7:25 AM  

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