On Monday night, September 20th, at sundown, we will begin our celebration of the Feast of Tabernacles. It is called Sukkot (pronounced 'Sue Coat') and it means booths. It will last for seven days and end at sundown on Tuesday, September 27th, at sundown. While some say this feast id the Wedding Supper of the … Continue reading Is the Feast of Tabernacles the Wedding Supper of The Lamb?
Have you ever packed for a trip and when it comes time to leave, you can’t shut your suitcase? At that point, you need to open it, refold, and sort the priority items from the non essentials. Writing this piece on Yom Kippur has been a similar journey. There is not any way to include … Continue reading What is Yom Kippur and Why Celebrate It?
On this day, September 7, 2021, using God’s lunar calendar, the Biblical year 5782 begins. It is also a Sabbath year or a Shemita year. The word Shemita means to let it rest, release, let drop--Sabbath. Just as God commanded that the 7th day of every week be a Sabbath day of rest, He also … Continue reading Happy 5782, a Biblical Sabbath New Year
This coming Sunday, September 5th, at sundown, we will step into a 'season' planned before the beginning of time. The Feast of Trumpets is part one of the three-part Feast of Tabernacles. The Feast of Trumpets - also celebrated as Rosh HaShanah, or the civil New Year, is the fifth of seven feasts of the … Continue reading The Feast of Trumpets Starts this Sunday. Do you have oil in your lamps?
The story of the Bride is woven through the feasts of the Lord. God’s calendar is the one He refers to all through the Bible. (He does not use our Gregorian calendar.) God placed signs in the heavens with the moon being prominent to declare His feast days. Genesis 1:14 says, “Then God said, “Let there … Continue reading The Bride, Wedding Vows, and Pentecost
In the times of Yeshua, a young man would choose a young woman that he wanted to marry. He and his father would go to the home of the young woman and meet with her and her father. The men would discuss the ‘bride price.’ The bride's price was an amount of money or goods … Continue reading The Bride, Passover, and Communion – There is a Connection
It's the last lighting of the Hanukkiah tonight with a reminder of the ultimate Light who dwells in all of us and Who lights the City of God. Celebrate Yeshua-Jesus, the Light of the world. Then one of the seven angels who had the seven bowls filled with the seven last plagues came to me … Continue reading Day 8 – Celebration of Light
Tonight it's time to light the 7th candle. Here is the scripture: I am the LORD, and there is no other;There is no God besides Me.I will gird you, though you have not known Me,That they may know from the rising of the sun to its settingThat there is none besides Me.I am the LORD, … Continue reading Day 7 – Celebration of Light
Are you ready for Day number 6? His light is ever shining on us, in us and through us. We are vessels of His light. Light is the smallest element of all creation and it lives in ever single cell of everything we can see, or touch, taste, smell or hear. His light is life. … Continue reading Day 6 – Celebration of Light
Tonight is the fifth night of Hanukkah. I hope your candles are ready. Let's continue to celebrate the Light of the world, Jesus Christ our Savior. Here is the scripture for tonight: Blessed are the people who know the joyful sound!They walk, O LORD, in the LIGHT of Your countenance.In Your name they rejoice all … Continue reading Day 5 – Celebration of Light