God established that three of His seven commanded appointed times (feast days) – First Fruits, Pentecost, and Tabernacles – would be associated with two different grain harvests and one fruit of the vine harvest that took place annually in Israel. Moreover, God established that these three crops (barley, wheat, and grapes) would also depict, spiritually speaking, three classes of people. The Barley represents the holy and saintly overcomers, the Wheat represents the carnal believers, and the Grapes mostly represent the unsaved unbelievers.
No one who professes to be a Christian should continue to be ignorant about and/or unresponsive to the Holy Spirit’s teachings and leadings concerning God’s Holy Convocations and His seven major Feasts. Without doubt, God’s Holy Convocations (dress rehearsals) and His seven major Feasts (appointed times) contain valuable information about the Bride of Christ’s dress rehearsals for these future events—the Rapture of the Bride, the Bride and Bridegroom’s consummation of their wedding vows, and the Bride’s place at the Wedding Table during the Marriage Supper of the Lamb.
Every genuine Christian will go through times of displacement (seasons of being moved or shifted from the usual place or position). God uses these uncomfortable seasons for the good that He, in eternity, had planned for every child of God. Thus, He unsettles His children so that He can settle them in their divinely appointed place.