Are You Thirsty? Come to the Fountain of Living Water. Focus – 43

Are you thirsty? Does your soul need refreshing?  Has this year, this season been one that has drained your reserves?  Do you need a drink?  A good washing?  There is a treasure waiting on this last day of the feast. We've been walking slowly through the Feast of Tabernacles.  It began on September 29th at … Continue reading Are You Thirsty? Come to the Fountain of Living Water. Focus – 43

Our Great High Priest, Yom Kippur, and the Great Trumpet – Focus 41

  When I was in Junior High and High School book reports were often assigned weekly. Many of my fellow students went to the store and bought condensed versions of the classics to avoid having to read five hundred pages. As I approach this blog today about Yom Kippur/The Day of Atonement, I have a … Continue reading Our Great High Priest, Yom Kippur, and the Great Trumpet – Focus 41

Are Your Lamps Filled? Are You Watching? – Feast of Trumpets – Focus 39

  One of God's wonderful celebrations will begin this weekend.  Are you ready?  God has an amazing calendar of events that He placed in the heavens before any of us were born.  Genesis 1:14 "Then God said, “Let there be lights in the firmament of the heavens to divide the day from the night; and … Continue reading Are Your Lamps Filled? Are You Watching? – Feast of Trumpets – Focus 39

The Greatest Gift to Humanity was Despised and Rejected and Often Still Is – Focus 38 – Isaiah 53:3a

Christians praise and worship Yeshua our Messiah.  He is loved, honored and revered more than any other, but Isaiah saw something else.  Among some today, we see what Isaiah spoke.  Let's begin with the first part of  Isaiah 53:3. He is despised and rejected of men; a man of sorrows, and acquainted with grief: and … Continue reading The Greatest Gift to Humanity was Despised and Rejected and Often Still Is – Focus 38 – Isaiah 53:3a

Beauty is More than Skin Deep – Isaiah 53:2 Conclusion and Summary of the meaning of this verse – Focus 37

We are going to finish Isaiah 53:2 today and then summarize what we have discovered.  The entire verse reads like this and we will unearth the last phrase before the summary: For He shall grow up before Him as a tender plant, and as a root out of a dry ground: He hath no form … Continue reading Beauty is More than Skin Deep – Isaiah 53:2 Conclusion and Summary of the meaning of this verse – Focus 37

A Root Planted in Barren Soil Brings Harvest to the World — Isaiah 53:2b continued – Focus 35

Yeshua could have been born in the palace of the King but a lowly manger in a dark stable full of animals was where He made His bed.  He was welcomed by humble shepherds but it would be two years before the three magi would come bearing Him gifts. Religion and law ruled the day … Continue reading A Root Planted in Barren Soil Brings Harvest to the World — Isaiah 53:2b continued – Focus 35