Something Old, New, Borrowed, Blue

Beloved Feast Keepers in Yeshua! A Very Special Month September 2021 is a unique month because it coincides with the biblical, Hebraic, lunar calendar in such a way that all the fall feasts of the Lord occur in one solar month. (Unusually, they are split between September and October.) This means that September can be considered a

A Call to War

Dear Fellow Americans, A Call to War! The shofar (ram’s horn trumpet), spoken of throughout the Holy Scriptures, is sounded every day this month in traditional synagogues since August 2021 coincides with the month of Elul on the Hebrew/ Biblical calendar. Elul precedes the month of Tishrei and is a month of preparation of the

We Are At War

Dear Fellow Americans, We Are At War! War (meel-kha-MAH, מִלְחָָמָה) is not one of my favorite topics. I like to write about love, peace, joy, the goodness of God and His promises, and all things positive. This month, however, the Holy Spirit has constrained me to tackle a subject on His heart that is timely

Fire of God

Beloved Lovers of God, The Fire of God Was I hearing the Lord correctly? Did He really want me to meditate and communicate this month about fire (esh אש in Hebrew)? Yes. The final confirmation came as I saw the front cover of Charisma magazine, May 2021. It said: “How to Keep the Fire Burning.”
Shavuot blessings in Messiah! Shavuot: The Feast of Weeks Shavuot is the second of the three Pilgrim Feasts, the Shalosh Regalim (Sh’LOSH Reh-gah- LEEM) that the children of Israel were commanded to observe in Jerusalem in Temple times. These are The Feast of Unleavened Bread (Pesach), the Feast of Weeks (Shavuot), and the Feast of

Joy and Sadness

Dearly Beloved in Yeshua, April: Joy and Sadness The month of April on the Gregorian calendar (Iyar, Ee-yar, on the Hebrew calendar) is filled with memorial days and days of celebration—happy and sad days—a mixture like so much else in Judaism, e.g. breaking a glass at the end of the marriage ceremony (joy) to remember

Elijah the Prophet

Passover Blessings in Yeshua! Elijah the Prophet and the Passover Elijah the prophet is a prominent figure in every Passover seder all over the world. He is known as Eliyahu HaNavi (AYE-lee-AH-who HA-na-VEE). A traditional song about Elijah is sung near the end of the Passover seder. “Eliyahu hanavi. Eliyahu hatish’bi. Eliyahu (3x) hagil’adi. Bim’herah
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