It’s Not too Late to Join the Fun!

Sundown on Sunday marks the beginning of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish civil New Year.  (The religious new year begins with Passover in the spring.)  In Israel and around the world, Jewish people will welcome the new year by wishing one another Shana Tovah (Happy New Year) and sending one another greeting cards.  (Hint: send a "Shana Tovah" …

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Revealing the Wonders of the Fall Feasts

As Christians, we understand the spring and fall feasts of Israel point to Jesus the Messiah, who fulfills every feast. But the feasts are Jewish at their core.  So, how are the feasts celebrated in Jewish homes, and what more can we glean from them from a Jewish perspective?  Are there wonders waiting to be …

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Jewish Perspective of the Fall Feasts

Hi friends!  We are quickly approaching the fall feasts of Israel, and we have a very unique opportunity.  Have you ever wanted to be in a Jewish home during the feasts to glean the insight into feasts that have been celebrated for a few thousand years? Well, we have a chance to gain that perspective, …

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The Fall Feasts from a Messianic Jewish Perspective

Often this blog references the feasts of Israel as God's calendar of end time events.  (Here is an example.)  Given that, we know the next calendar event is the Feast of Trumpets, the perfect picture of the rapture. However, understanding the feasts from a Jewish perspective gives us an even greater depth of understanding, and …

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