Sukkot: What’s the Big Deal Anyway?

Tonight at sundown closes out the final major annual feast of Israel: Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles). I've written often about the feasts, explaining that Jesus the Messiah is the fulfillment of every single one of the seven feasts. (Here, for example) Sukkot is a time of rejoicing, and it correlates to the Millennial Kingdom, when …

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Two Temples Destroyed, Two Still to Come

Last Thursday was Tisha B'Av (ninth of Av), a day of deep grief in Israel. Many calamities throughout history have occurred on that calendar date, including the decree that the generation Moses led out of Egypt would remain in the wilderness for 40 years, thousands of Jews were expelled from England in the year 1290, …

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Celebrating Good News as We Close Out 2019! (Part 4)

Hi friends! We're concluding some thoughts on "good news," also known in Christian vernacular as the gospel. It appropriately refers to salvation, but seems to reach so much deeper than that. Before we close out our thoughts today, please review the previous posts if you have missed them: Part 1Part 2Part 3 Indeed, the prophetic …

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Let Us go Up to the Mountain of the Lord!

And it will come about in the last daysThat the mountain of the house of the LordWill be established as the chief of the mountains.It will be raised above the hills,And the peoples will stream to it.Many nations will come and say,“Come and let us go up to the mountain of the LordAnd to the house of the God of Jacob,That He …

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