Sukkot

Holiday Blessings in Messiah, Sukkot: Feast of Clouds The Feast of Sukkot or Tabernacles (Oct. 2-10, 2020) was regarded in ancient Israel as the most important festival of the year. It is called Z’man Simchateinu (Zeh-MAHN SIMkhaTEY-new), the Season of our Rejoicing, since there is a triple command to rejoice on Sukkot in the Torah

Tashlich and Seashells

Beloved Redeemed of the Lord, Into the Depths of the Sea Sin. It is recognized universally throughout the Jewish world during the High Holy Days that begin this year on Friday evening, September 18, 2020. Jews of every persuasion are confronted with uncomfortable verses such as Isaiah 64:6, “But we are all like an unclean

Joy

Dear Beloved in Messiah, Focus on JOY As I awoke today, the State of Florida seems to be in a state of panic, with 15,300 new cases of coronavirus added yesterday. God assures me that there is no panic in heaven because He is still ruling the universe. God has not abdicated His throne. He

Unity in the Body of Messiah

Dear Mishpachah (Family), Stop. Look. Listen. God has used COVID-19 to make me do all three. Forced isolation stopped me from my typical fast-paced lifestyle. I felt as if I was in “time out.” It reminded me of the day many years ago when I was teaching kindergarten and my students had misbehaved. The consequence

Thou Shalt Not Kill

Dearly Beloved in Messiah, “Thou shalt not kill.” A world in various stages of isolation observed the Feast of Shavuot (Pentecost) at the end of May 2020 (May 28-30 and May 31). On this special harvest feast God gave the Law (the Ten Commandments) to Israel (Exodus 20), and about 1,500 years later the Spirit

God’s Love

Dearly Beloved, A Time to Love Early one morning, a few weeks ago, while the world was reeling from the coronavirus, and we awoke each day to rising numbers of fatalities, I suddenly began to cry. I was surprised to hear the Lord speak to my spirit the following words: “This is the hour to

Celebrating Passover

Passover Blessings in the Lamb! Celebrating Passover Passover is a joyous, profoundly meaningful feast of the Lord, a moed (mow-ED) or appointed time, given through Moses as recorded in Leviticus 23:5: “On the fourteenth day of the first month at twilight is the Lord’s Passover.” Passover has many names. It is Chag HaMatzot (Feast of
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