What is the nature of this song? It begins by describing God’s lovingkindness and faithfulness toward Israel, and it ends with a promise of vengeance, redemption, and atonement for God’s land and people.
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).
Did you know? From 1604 to 1611, King James I sponsored an English translation of the Bible that became known as the Authorized King James Version.
The tradition of pilgrims coming to Jerusalem to visit various shrines that commemorated events in the life of Yeshua (Jesus) and His disciples predates the actual building of churches.
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!