Jews across the world and even many Christians celebrate the Jewish holidays God prescribed in the Old Testament as a way of remembering what God has done.

But what if they also represent what is to come?

Asher Intrater of Revive Israel believes the Jewish holidays prophetically point to Jesus' first and second comings as well as map out God's redemptive plan for Israel and all mankind.

"Feast of Trumpets speaks of the Tribulation time," Intrater says. "The Day of Atonement, which is the great and terrible day of the Lord, speaks of the Second Coming. And the Feast of Tabernacles speaks of the Millennial Kingdom after Yeshua comes back."

In this video, Intrater dives into the deep symbolism many overlook in biblical holidays.

Do you agree with him? Sound off in the comments below!

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