Category Archives: Jewish Roots

Feasts of Tabernacles Is a Reminder of the Eternal not Temporal

It has been difficult for me to focus this week on Feasts of Tabernacles since I continue to deal with an intense headache with pounding throbbing pain of 8-10 level unless I lay down in a dark room. It has … Continue reading

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Yeshua at the Center of Feast of Tabernacles in Old and New Testament

Last night at sundown/moon up began the Feast of Tabernacles which goes for 8 days through September 30th.  This is the Great Feast which John refers to in John chapter 7, the one where Yeshua/Jesus is attending with His disciples. … Continue reading

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Tonight is Shabbat Shuva (Shabbat between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur)

This is the time which is called the ten days of Awe. Ten days to Return to God. God determines during these ten days leading up to Yom Kippur/Day of Atonement if a person’s name is recorded in the book … Continue reading

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The Imagery of Battle Hymn of Republic is a Picture of Feasts of Tabernacles

As the Sun sets tonight and we end Rosh Hashanah 5779, I am reminded of the words of the Battle Hymn of The Republic. The new year 5779 represents the Threshing Floor and New Wine being harvested with our feet. … Continue reading

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Seven Blessings of Celebrating Feast of Tabernacles

One of the most important observances of Torah is in the Biblical calendar when God tells the children of Israel: “These are the appointed feasts of the LORD that you shall proclaim as holy convocations; they are my appointed feasts” … Continue reading

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Is It Important To Honor God’s Feasts?

If Yeshua was born on a Feast of the Lord, if He died on the cross and resurrected from the grave on a Feast of the Lord, and He poured out Holy Spirit on a Feast of The Lord, and … Continue reading

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The One Who Says, “What’s mine is yours and what’s yours is yours.” This is a righteous person.

An English maxim has it that fences make good neighbors. In biblical times, territorial borders were marked off with boundary stones. Typically, a boundary-stone landmark might be one stone set up on end, indicating the border between a man’s field … Continue reading

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