A Messianic View of Sukkot

The feasts of the Lord, described in Leviticus 23, are very significant. Not only do they tell us much about the history and foundation of Judaism, but they are also God's calendar for end times! When we understand the prophetic implications of the feasts, we have a rich resevoir of knowledge pertaining to what lies …

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How did the Feast of Trumpets become Rosh Hashanah?

Before we answer the question above, let's lay the groundwork. In Leviticus 23, God revealed details of His "appointed times," also known as the 7 major Jewish feasts. Three were to be commemorated in short order in the spring. (Feasts of Passover, Unleavened Bread and First Fruits) The fourth was Penecost. Then, three fall feasts …

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Why Should We Pray for Our Country?

Hi friends! Last Sunday I began this series entitled Nations United by Prayer. In an age when radical leftists are working to force their ideologies on us, I see it as a spiritual battle, not a political one. However, it is most definitely playing out in the political arena in both the US and Israel. …

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Pentecost: Giving of the Torah, Coming of the Holy Spirit and Birth of the Church

Jews and Christians share a very significant day today. For Jews, it is Shavuot (Feast of Weeks); for Christians, it is Pentecost. Both are rooted in Biblical significance and are foundational to our belief systems. Shavuot is the fourth of seven major Jewish feasts described in Leviticus 23. Following Passover, Feast of Unleavened Bread and …

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