The Source of Our Hope! – Sukkot

As I mentioned in my last blog, the key theme of the Feast of Sukkot (or Tabernacles, or Shelters) is that God, the creator of the entire universe, desires to dwell with us, and dwell intimately with us! That is, since the beginning (Gen 3:8, Ex. 25:8; Ex. 40:34), now...

The Source of our Joy! – Sukkot

  I love the feast of Sukkot or Tabernacles, and especially God’s commandment to rejoice: “you shall rejoice before the Lord your God for seven days” (Lev. 23:40)! Now you might be asking, “How can I rejoice when there are so many things that aren’t “right” in my life...
God Redefined! – Yom Kippur

God Redefined! – Yom Kippur

The Feast of Yom Kippur was concluded last night at sundown with the Ne’ilah service, commemorating the closing of the gates – when the Levite gatekeepers would push shut the gates of the Sanctuary and the Courtyard of the Temple just before the setting of the...

The Seen or the Unseen?

  In this 3rd Rosh Hashanah blog, now Ten Days of Awe, I’d like to continue to explore the theme of the shofar blast as a WAKE UP call. In my first two blogs, I emphasized that the sound of the shofar at this appointed time was a WAKE UP call to repentance, and a WAKE...

Are You Prepared?

    In yesterday’s blog, we discussed how the blowing of the shofar reminds us of the WAKE UP call to repentance of sin in our lives. Today, we will focus on the shofar blast as a WAKE UP call to be prepared for Yeshua’s return! As the Spring feasts (Passover, First...

Rosh Hashanah – Wake Up Call!

L’Shana Tovah! “For a Good Year!” or “Happy New Year!” This is my first blog written from our new location in Dallas, TX! How appropriate that it be on the Feast of Rosh Hashanah, a time of new beginnings, fresh starts, open doors, and a renewed...

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