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

The Rapture

Dearly Beloved in Messiah, Love to the Rescue Who on earth does not long to be rescued by love?—To be so desired and so sought after that joy becomes inexpressible. To be enraptured, filled with delight at the thought of being with one who is deeply loved. To be taken from a place of sin,

Intercession

Welcome to 2021! A Sure Election On Saturday, November 28, 2020, as I was reading my morning portion of the Holy Scriptures, amidst great uncertainty and increasing division in our country, the Lord highlighted a verse to me—a kiss—a sure word from His heart. I knew at once that the word was not only for

Peace: Shalom

Shalom to you, Beloved of Adonai, Peace: Shalom Now, more than ever, I am asking the Lord to show me what is on His heart for His Body, His Bride. He directed me to Psalm 85:8, the impetus for this month’s letter on shalom: “I will hear what God the LORD will speak, for He

The King

Dearly Beloved in Messiah, The King Is Coming! This newsletter, written in early October, due to the time necessary for proofing, printing, and mailing, reaches you after the election of November 3, 2020. My heart tells me that whichever candidate won, one half of our country will be unhappy, disappointed, or worse. There is no

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
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