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Preparing Ourselves for the Spring Feasts, Part 1

The Spring Feasts begin with Passover during the Hebrew month of Nisan.  But “Nisan” is a Babylonian name adopted well after the original command to observe Passover.  In looking at the Hebrew name of the month, I found it was actually much more – more than a name or even a month.  It’s a season, […]

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Preparing Ourselves for the Spring Feasts, Part 2

In Part 1, we looked at not just the month of Nisan, but the season of Nisan, “The Abib” (called Aviv in Hebrew).  We learned that it’s a time of: Moving from one place to another by the supernatural hand of Yehovah. The unrighteous becoming ripe for punishment and the righteous ripe to step into […]

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Our Calling This Shemitah Year, Part 2: Blood Moons, the Feasts and Our Role

In Part 1, we looked at the progressive revelation of God’s wrath, including the five primary acts of God’s wrath, the five elements common to each, and the three milestones marking where we are in the timeline.  With that in mind, I want to overlay one more aspect that brings us to our current day. […]

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The Feasts of the Lord: Going Through the Motions

Passover, Feast of Unleavened Bread, Feast of First Fruits, Pentecost, Feast of Trumpets, Day of Atonement, Feast of Tabernacles – lots of Feasts, each with different instructions for observing them. Sometimes when we’re just starting out observing the Feasts, or approach a new season of Feasts, we can easily think of all the instructions and […]

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The Spring Feasts: A Time to Remember, A Time to Anticipate

Typically we think of the Spring Feasts as a time to remember – the Exodus and Yeshua’s death on Passover, his resurrection on the Feast of Firstfruits, the giving of the Torah and the Holy Spirit on Pentecost. Then, we think of the Fall Feasts as a time to anticipate – Yeshua’s return on the […]

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The 8th Day – The Last Feast is Just the Beginning

Shemini Atzeret, or The 8th Day, is the last of the Lord’s Feast days on the calendar, following seven other Feasts and placed on the end of a seven-day Feast, Sukkot / the Feast of Tabernacles. But the instructions for this day are a bit vague – it is to be a Sabbath with a […]

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The Day of Pentecost Guarantees Yehovah’s Promises

Pentecost, Feast of Weeks, Shavuot – the culmination of the omer count, the giving of the law at Mt. Sinai and the pouring out of the Holy Spirit – this is certainly something to celebrate!  On the Hebrew calendar in 2016, it falls on Sunday, June 12. My dad was a pastor.  One day he […]

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Feast of Trumpets: “A day of complete rest for remembering”

This year the Feast of Trumpets (also called Rosh Hashanah) begins on the evening of October 2, 2016.  We put aside our work and gather with other believers, share a meal, blow our shofar, present an offering and worship just as Yehovah commanded us in Leviticus 23. But Leviticus 23:24 also tells us this is […]

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Our Calling This Shemitah Year, Part 1: The 5 Primary Events of Wrath

In 2014, the Feast of Trumpets kicked off the Shemitah year.  Nine days later was the Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur), and just three days after that the second of four blood moons occurred.  The Feast of Trumpets, The Day of Atonement, the Shemitah year, the tetrad of blood moons – what do all these […]

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Preparing for Yom Kippur: 40 Days of Repentance, Part 1

How would you characterize the month of August?  How about September?  Or January?  Just like the Gregorian calendar in which each month reminds us of the season and a mood, the Hebrew sages have determined the spiritual seasons of the year. The Hebrew month of Elul is considered the start of the “Season of Repentance.”  […]

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Preparing for Yom Kippur: 40 Days of Repentance, Part 2

In Part 1, we looked at the Hebrew understanding of the month of Elul, which begins 40 days before Yom Kippur (The Day of Atonement).  From the days of the Israelites in the wilderness, this period has emerged as a Season of Repentance, specifically repentance from idolatry, and originally the idolatrous Golden Calf. For us […]

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The Day of Atonement: Yeshua Already Paid for That

“…and forgive us our debts as we forgive those who trespass against us.” (Matt. 6:12) …”Forgive, and you will be forgiven.” (Luke 6:37) Forgiveness:  Relinquishing our desire to punish another for their offenses. (Dr. Jerry Cook) Easy to understand, hard to apply.  But The Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur in Hebrew) is all about forgiveness […]

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Why celebrate all these Jewish holidays? Haven’t those been done away with?

There are seven Feasts or Holy Days commanded in the Bible – four in the Spring, and three in the Fall.  It’s true, Jews had been observing these Feasts for 1,400 years before Yeshua’s birth.  But what if Yehovah set those dates as days He intends to fulfill specific prophecies in Yeshua’s lifetime and His second coming? […]

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Thank Goodness for The Feast of Tabernacles!

The rising cost of living, terrorist attacks, government takeovers, the spread of deadly diseases, civil unrest  – the headlines bombard us.  The low level hum of a looming turmoil grows louder.  Thank goodness for The Feast of Tabernacles! The Feast of Tabernacles, called Sukkot in Hebrew, is the seventh and last Feast in God’s holy days.  This […]

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Preparing to Enter Our Promised Land – Part 1

Numbers 1 begins the culmination of God’s main purpose for the Exodus:  entering the Promised Land.  Hebrews 4 tells us we are still headed for the Promised Land, calling it our Sabbath rest.  Numbers 1-14 are the last few weeks before His grand plan is finally realized.  The first 10 chapters provide an outline of […]

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