We are just a few days away from July 20, 2019 which is the 17th of Tammuz in the year 5779 on the Hebrew Civil Calendar. You may be wondering why is this day significant to Christians? In Judaism, the 17th of Tammuz is a "Fast Day" (abstaining from food and water), and commemorates the … Continue reading Tammuz 17, the walls were breached
Yesterday was Independence Day (4th of July) in the United States, and is the day that America celebrates gaining her Independence from Great Britain. The Declaration of Independence was officially approved by the Second Continental Congress on July 4, 1776, only two days after the Lee Resolution formally declared the American colonies to be Independent … Continue reading Freedom
Today is June 6, 2019, or Sivan 3 on the Hebrew Calendar. Why is this day significant? To understand this, we have to go back to the days when Moses led God's people out of Egypt. Remember, it was on the 15th of Nisan, the first day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread, when Moses … Continue reading Wash, consecrate, and set a Boundary
Where are we on God's Prophetic clock? We are in the "gap" between Jesus' crucifixion/resurrection and the start of Daniel's 70th week. We've been in this "gap" for approximately 2000 years, but the signs given to us by Jesus in Matthew 24 and Luke 21 indicate that we are now in the "last of the … Continue reading What time is it?
Imagine the crowds that surrounded Jesus during His 3 1/2 year ministry on earth. Here He was healing, driving out demons, and teaching as one with authority. Then there were always those "lurking" Pharisees and Scribes who sought to trick Jesus into saying something that would allow them to accuse Him of Blasphemy, or of … Continue reading Jesus said..”Let the little children come to Me”
This time every year, Christians around the world prepare to celebrate the Church Holiday of Easter. In-fact, Easter is considered the most Holy Day on the Church Calendar because it's the day that we celebrate the Resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ. Jesus' Resurrection is a really BIG deal! Jesus was the Firstfruit Wave Sheaf. … Continue reading Jesus’ hour had come
Nehemiah, Cupbearer to King Artaxerxes, returned to Jerusalem with the King's decree to repair Jerusalem's walls and gates which had remained in disrepair and ruin since the time of the Babylonian exile. Although the Temple had been rebuilt, the unwalled city of Jerusalem was not safe because of the hostility of Israel's neighbors. Particularly interesting … Continue reading Nehemiah’s Gates