Attending the Feast is an activity that is unlike anything else. The first thing to realize is that it is an activity that is in total harmony with the will of the Creator. Contrary to what modern religious leaders might have you believe, the Creator is not a sadist. He is not a monster who delights is seeing people fry for eternity. If you have been subject to this particular propaganda you might want to request the booklet, Hell Is A Lie! from AFSS Corporation. Send your request to email@example.com and you will obtain the booklet by overland mail. There is no charge for it, of course.
The Eternal wants you to do well. He is wanting you to succeed, the same as you might want your favorite ball team to succeed. He wants to set free your unbelievable mind-blowing potential so you can use your God-given talents and abilities in ways you never dreamed possible. The Feast is a time during which the plan of the Creator is, to a great degree, revealed and explained. One evidence that the Creator is concerned about you is His willingness to allow his Son to die an agonizing death in order to provide you (and me, and everyone who is receptive to His message) with a never ending life. As humans, we all have the potential to accept the Son and alter our behavior to do the will of the Father.
The Feast of Booths exists as one of the celebration days of the Creator. It represents a preview of what is to occur in the not-too-distant future after the three and a half years of tribulation are over. Whereas the tribulation will be a time of unparalleled agony and suffering, the following period of time, the millennium, will be a utopia the likes of which this planet has never known. The Feast of Booths (Tabernacles) is a preview of this wonderful time.
We are all the product of our experiences. People tend to stay close to their bloodline roots when choosing what to believe. However, just because we believe something to be true does not cause it to be true. We need to prove all things and hold fast to that which is good. Humans, as a general rule, have rejected their Creator over the years. This includes not only atheists but also people who believe they can be Christians and disobey God and people who believe in a dead faith. There are two kinds of faith: a dead faith and a life faith. Faith without works is a dead faith (James 2:26). A Christian wanting to finish the process of salvation and do no works is very much like the servant putting his talent in a napkin and burying it in the ground. It is an example of a fruitless life. The Creator wants to see fruit. He wants to see works.
The 1000 years of peace will be for the benefit of people who have had a fruitful life of giving and serving others and obeying the Creator as a result of their acceptance of His Son.
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