The Haggadah, the text that sets the order of the recounting of the deliverance of the Jewish People from Egypt, is read during the Passover Seder. The pierced, striped bread of affliction is called matzah (unleavened bread).
We can see this at work even today. God is maintaining His state of being hidden from the people of Israel—but the Father is revealed through Yeshua HaMashiach (Jesus the Messiah).
The seventh day of Sukkot is known as Hoshana Rabbah while the eighth day is known as Shemini (or Shmini) Atzeret and the day after that or the ninth day is called Simhat (or Simchat) Torah. Read on and you’ll see what I mean!
Earlier this month, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called for an air defense project estimated to cost billions of shekels to counter such a threat. The IDF unveiled its new five-year plan of operations.
Please read along with us and learn how Sukkot represents the sheltering presence of God. We know you will be blessed, especially in light of current events!
Russia now a major player in the Middle East, one of the world’s most strategic regions, President Putin now holds all the cards in his hand, starting to fulfill Biblical end time prophesies.
On this final day of Sukkot, probably during the water ceremony, Yeshua (Jesus) stood up and proclaimed Himself to be the source of Living Water—the salvation they joyfully prayed for. He invited all who were thirsty to come and drink, the water representing the Holy Spirit (Ruach HaKodesh).
Yom Kippur was the one day in the year that the Cohen HaGadol (High Priest) could enter the Holy of Holies in order to make atonement for the nation of Israel.
During these Days of Awe, we repent of our sins of the past year, ever mindful that God is a righteous judge; all His ways are just and true. He will reward the righteous and not allow the wicked to go unpunished.
Today is one of the holiest days of the Jewish year: Rosh HaShanah (Head of the Year)—the beginning of the Jewish year 5780. Shana Tova! Happy Jewish New Year 5780!
Efforts within Judaism to bring about reconciliation between Jews and Gentiles include those of 170 Jewish leaders representing all branches of Judaism who have signed a statement indicating eight points of common ground and shared purpose between Christians and Jews.
This can bring the peace of Yeshua into everyone’s heart. Jerusalem or Yeru-shalayim ירושלים is mentioned over 800 times throughout the Bible.
The Torah instructs the Jewish people to count seven weeks (49 days) from the time of the wave offering until the evening of the festival of Shavuot.