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Messianic Sabbath

????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????Following are some resources and information regarding the observance of the Sabbath within a Messianic perspective.  New resources will be added as they become available.  We recommend you check back regularly.

Erev Shabbat and Shabbat Blessings

Restoration Ministries makes this Messianic Siddur available for download or printing for no charge.  It contains many helpful prayers and blessings, including those typically included on the Sabbath for use either in your home or within a congregation.  It includes the blessings in Hebrew, English and the transliterated Hebrew pronunciations.
The Erev Shabbat Siddur starts on page 11.
The Shabbat Siddur starts on page 40.

Sabbath Readings and Torah Cycle

Lion & Lamb Ministries puts out an easy reference guide for the weekly Torah and Haftarah readings, plus relevant readings from the Apostolic Scriptures, organized by the Gregorian date (column to the right).

Blog Posts:

Book: Sabbath, A Gift of Time

If you find it difficult to set aside time for the important things in life: God, family, self this is a must read for you. Bonnie Saul Wilks encourages us to celebrate the Sabbath and enjoy the rest God intended for us. This book provides a foundation for those who are unfamiliar with the history, traditions and practice of Shabbat as well as the how-to of celebrating this important time in home life. It even includes recipes for cooking and especially the challah bread recipe.

Messianic Feasts / Holy Days

This page includes a list of the Biblically commanded Feasts and Holy Days, their dates for this year, articles about each one, and a quick reference guide to refer to during the year.

Other Recommended Resources

This page includes  links to resources and teachers I’ve found helpful in my Messianic journey.

Saturday or Sunday Sabbath?  I recommend:

One response

  1. Love the Siddur! Awesome work thank you! Be blessed.

    June 20, 2014 at 11:44 pm

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