Seven Places Yeshua, King Jesus Bled as The Passover Lamb

Jesus Shed His Blood Seven Places: How many know we’ve been redeemed by the Blood of the Passover Lamb?  Do you know what we’ve been redeemed from?  Do you know where Jesus Blood was shed?  Yes, the Cross!  But did you know that Jesus shed His blood seven places and seven different times?  Seven timesContinue reading “Seven Places Yeshua, King Jesus Bled as The Passover Lamb”

Preparation For Passover: PRAISE!

Passover begins March 28 and goes through April 4, 2021 Every month of the Hebrew Calendar is linked to the twelve tribes of Israel. The month of Nissan is linked to the Tribe of Judah. Judah goes first in all the battles of Israel. They are the apostolic tribe, warring tribe, who knew how toContinue reading “Preparation For Passover: PRAISE!”

The Parallels of Passover and Yeshua, King Jesus!

For Messianic Jews and Gentiles who have been awakened to our Jewish Roots, Passover is a Feast where Yeshua, King Jesus is the fulfillment of the Spring Feast of the Lord. Here are some parallels to consider: Moses commanded the children of Israel to mark their homes with the blood of the Passover lambs. TheyContinue reading “The Parallels of Passover and Yeshua, King Jesus!”

The Opposite Happened!

Tonight at sundown begins the moadim (God’s Appointed Days) of Purim, the story of an orphan girl named Esther, who stops the destruction of the people of Israel in the Old Testament book of Esther. The Feast is celebrated Feb. 25-26 this year. Esther means “hidden or concealed. Here are some comparisons of Purim theContinue reading “The Opposite Happened!”

The Blessing of Challah Bread

The Challah bread is a specially braided bread and symbolic of the double portion of God’s provision. During the wilderness experience God caused a double portion of manna to fall, so the children of Israel wouldn’t have to work on the Sabbath. This miracle is commemorated each Friday by blessing two loaves of Challah atContinue reading “The Blessing of Challah Bread”

Thy Loving Kindness Endures Forever

Shabbat Shalom! Notes from Wellspring Israel’s teaching video last night. The Israelites believed in Moses being the deliver. They had been in bondage for 400 years. But when Pharaoh hardened his heart and made things much more difficult for the slaves, they lost their breath. Exodus 6:9-10, “So Moses spoke accordingly to the Children ofContinue reading “Thy Loving Kindness Endures Forever”

God’s Got This!

PEACE: Genesis 1 through Genesis 6:8 This week”s Torah Reading begins with The Creation story in Genesis 1 and goes through the Genesis 6:8. Before God(Elohim) made Eve He told Adam not to eat of the fruit of the Tree of Good and Evil, because if you do you will surely die. It is interestingContinue reading “God’s Got This!”

Yom Kippur/Yeshua/Baptism

“G’mar chatima Tova” is Hebrew for the greeting, “may your name be written in the Book of Life”, the traditional greeting during Yom Kippur(Day of Atonement.). Day of Atonement began tonight at sundown and continues until tomorrow evening, September 28th at sundown. It is the Highest Holy Day in the Biblical Calendar. First of allContinue reading “Yom Kippur/Yeshua/Baptism”

The New Year 5781 A Year To Open Your Mouth and Breathe

5780’s and 2020’s ARE THE DECADE OF DECLARATION. To Open Your Mouth and DECLARE DOUBLE FOR YOUR TROUBLE. Declare, I WILL BE FRUITFUL AND MULTIPLY! Today is the First day of the Biblical month of Tishri. Those who know what the Spirit is saying and set their days upon the season, timing, and days toContinue reading “The New Year 5781 A Year To Open Your Mouth and Breathe”

Why Should Christians Celebrate The Feast? Seven Blessings

In nine days begins The Feast of Tabernacles with The Blowing of Trumpets, Rosh Hashanah, September 19-20. Seven Blessings of Celebrating Feasts of Tabernacles. Why should Christians Celebrate The Feast? I thought that was a Jewish Tradition. One of the most important observances of Torah is in the Biblical calendar when God tells the childrenContinue reading “Why Should Christians Celebrate The Feast? Seven Blessings”