Much like on the roads I ride on, the road of life can lull you into a sense of being a passive participant. What do I mean by that? Sometimes that road can distract you. Things on the side of the road can grab your attention away from where you are headed. Even your thoughts … Continue reading Staying Alert
"Whoever has never seen the celebrations of the Festival of the water libation has never experienced true joy in his life” (ibid.5,1). In Biblical times, the water Libation ceremony was the most popular part of the week long celebration of Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles). It was said that the lights from the celebration at the Temple … Continue reading The Water Libation Ceremony
The 7th and Final Feast of Israel is the Feast of Tabernacles, also known as Sukkot or the Feast of Booths. This year (2019) it is celebrated Sunday, October 13 through Sunday October 20. Although most Christians typically think of the Feast of Tabernacles as a "Jewish Festival"; the Lord calls this Feast one of … Continue reading Feast of Tabernacles – GOD with us
In Hebrews, the writer tells us that Jesus is a High Priest FOREVER according to the order of Melchizedek. Who is Melchizedek? Hebrews 7:17 For it is attested of Him, “You are a priest forever According to the order of Melchizedek.” In ancient Israel, the people believed that the continuing worship in the Temple ensured God’s presence … Continue reading Who is Melchizedek?
This thing called control... we all like to think we have it. It's really honestly nothing but an illusion. There's only one being in the universe that truly controls anything, and that is our Father in Heaven. Still, we are people, and we are goofy enough to convince ourselves that we are controlling every aspect … Continue reading “Control”
Yom Kippur, Day of Atonement begins at sunset on Tuesday, October 8, 2019. Yom Kippur is the most solemn and holiest day in Judaism. Day of Atonement is the only day that God called the Israelites to a Corporate Fast (no food or water for 24 hours). Leviticus 23: The Lord spoke to Moses, saying, 27 “On exactly the tenth … Continue reading Day of Atonement
We understand, as believers in Jesus, that God does give people dreams and visions through His Holy Spirit. Both in the Old and New Testament, there are accounts of God's people receiving warning dreams. Usually, these dreams are given by the Holy Spirit as a call to action, repentance, or prayer. Because there are multiple … Continue reading Divided we fall…
Greetings! L'Shana Tova tikatev v’tichatem” (May you be inscribed in the book of Life and sealed for a good year). Beginning at sunset tonight, September 29 until sunset September 31 is the Feast of Trumpets (Yom Teruah), one of the 7 Feasts of Israel that God commanded His people to observe. The Jewish people typically … Continue reading Feast of Trumpets
Grace and peace to you today! I was listening to some "old time preachers" yesterday, and they delivered a message that really hit home to me. Their topic of conversation was "The message of the Cross". While listening to them, I felt the Holy Spirit within me confirm their words and shower me with great … Continue reading Christian Humanism?
Tonight, a dear sister in Christ was asking a question that I think many of us, as followers of Jesus Christ, have asked ourselves. Is Saturday or Sunday the Sabbath and are Christians required to Keep the Sabbath? While detailing my own journey of understanding on the Sabbath, the Holy Spirit revealed something to me … Continue reading Jesus is Lord of the Sabbath