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Biblical Feasts: Passover

Passover is one of seven Levitical Feasts or “appointed times,” according to the Hebrew meaning of “feast.” The feasts are dates God has calendared to meet with His people according to seasons He has set. Passover was never meant to be mere ritual, but an encounter with the Eternal One.…...

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Biblical Feasts: Shavuot

In Leviticus 23:15-22 God commands that after seven full weeks transpire following the Feast of Firstfruits, we are to celebrate the Feast of Shavuot. Shavuot is the Hebrew word for “weeks” and the feast is also known as the Feast of Weeks. In Greek it is referred to as Pentecost…...

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Biblical Feasts: Tisha b’ Av

The Jewish observance of Tisha b’Av is so infamous it is known only by its date. The 9th day of Av, the fifth month of the biblical calendar, or Tisha b’Av, marks many of the worst calamities in Israel’s history. Tisha b’Av is preceded by a three week period of…...

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The Fall Feasts of Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and Succoth

Rosh Hashanah “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.” (Gen.1:1) Jewish tradition teaches this beginning occurred on the first day of the Hebrew month of Tishri. Rosh Hashanah, which literally means “head of the year” begins this year at sunset on October 2, and marks the beginning…...

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Biblical Feasts: Hanukkah

HANUKKAH: Herald to the Messiah “‘Not by might nor by power, but by my Spirit,’ says the Lord Almighty.” Zechariah 4:6 The holiday of Hanukkah is literally translated, “Dedication.” This year it starts December 12, 2017 at sundown and continues for eight days. The events of Hanukkah are recorded in…...

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Biblical Feasts: Tu B’Shevat

On January 25, 2016, Israel celebrates a minor but joyful holiday called Tu B’Shevat. Translated as the 15th day of the 7th month of the Bible-based lunar year, Tu B’Shevat is known as “the new year for trees.” The holiday originates from Leviticus 19:23: “When you enter the land and…...

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Biblical Feasts: Purim

The festival of Purim occurs on the 14th day of the Hebrew month of Adar, which corresponds this year to March 23th. Purim (meaning “lots”) is a celebration of God’s deliverance of the Jews from destruction at the hands of the Persians thousands of years ago. It is based on…...

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The Missing Factor in Aliyah: Staying Power

  A few days ago we moved our US base to San Diego County, a more conducive location for the ministry after we return to Israel in just 8 weeks! As our return to Israel draws near, the Holy Spirit is speaking to me more than ever about His heart…...

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Tomorrowland, Jerusalem’s Gay Parade and God’s Heart

With deep sorrow, we remind you that immediately before and after Tisha b’Av, Israel sponsored two events characterized by the Scriptures as abominable to God’s heart. The first was a globalist-driven, luciferian festival for young adults, featuring Hindu and other deities, called Tomorrowland. (We asked you to pray about Tomorrowland…...

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Bein Hametzrim (Dire Straits) July 23 – August 14: Special Update

  The Arch of Titus located in Rome (photo below) proudly depicts the Romans’ destruction of the Second Temple on Tammuz 17, 70 AD, falling this year on July 23. Tammuz 17 marks the beginning of a 3 week period of spiritual and natural warfare called “Between the Straits” or…...

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